No matter how you define bohemian interior, it always comes down to mixing patterns and textures. Surely, you’d like to be a mix master when combining these two important design elements, right? When it comes to mastering this mix-and-match art, however, there are no rules. It all comes down to personal taste, the overall interior […]
“Everything has to match” is a common misconception when decorating or revamping a space in your home. It is possible to have more than one style in a room- the question is just how and to what extent? When it comes to modern rustic spaces, the interior opportunities are endless. Mixing old and new, contemporary […]
Modern, according to the Cambridge dictionary, can be described as something that is “designed and made using the most recent ideas and methods.” When it comes to interior and decorating, modern design refers to a functional, minimalist aesthetic.
With the season dedicated to gatherings, you’ll be spending many hours of celebration around the dining table. Put some extra thought into this year’s table to make it memorable, cheerful and most importantly, gather-worthy.
When it comes to modern workspaces, giving thought to interior, layout, ergonomics and decor are becoming more and more important. Nowadays the look and feel of an office or workspace form part of companies’ brand stories and success.
Welcome springtime into your home with interesting colour combinations, contemporary furniture and a fresh décor approach. Reflect the vibrancy of the season throughout your home like a breath of fresh air.
Whether you have a traditional dining room or if the layout of your home lends more toward an open plan, you’ll want to create a convivial and warm atmosphere for all to enjoy. We’ve gathered dining room ideas to help you make the most of your everyday dining space.
The formal lounge, known as the drawing room in the olden days, has transformed itself over the years, to become a more accessible room in the house. The formal lounge remains true to its original use – a designated space where house members or guests can withdraw for relaxation and privacy – but it has taken a trendy turn.
Long summer days will soon be replaced with nesting indoors, spending more time under the covers and soaking in all that homely goodness. As the season slowly transitions, it’s a good time to swap the summer linens with rich fabrics and luxe textures.
This month we styled a corner unit in an informal lounge setting in three different ways. We played around with a trio of colour palettes to showcase various atmospheres for each unique look.
The days of the kitchen space being confined to cooking and cleaning are long gone. Nowadays it’s an area for whipping up delicious meals, for relaxing with a magazine and cup of tea, for homework, family time and for socialising over drinks. It’s become a hub for entertaining.
Whether you’re a splish splash, ready in 5 minutes type of guy or the lady who enjoys pampering the day away, visits to the bathroom are part of your daily routine. Better make ‘em good and relaxing then, don’t you think?
Pops of rose gold elevated the natural colour scheme to create this elegant and formal festive table. Seasonal greenery and candles adorned the extra length tablecloth for a sophisticated finish.
Time to uncover the outdoor furniture, wash down the deck and pour yourself a refreshing drink. Much like the gradual change of the season, your indoor interior should effortlessly extend onto your stoep area.