Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Making the Best of Open Plan Living - Creating Workable Zones

Above: Design by Anna Braund

Open plan living is what most of us want today, and if you have a cottage or smaller home, removing a wall or walls, is a great way of creating a sense of more space. 

Monday, 25 May 2015

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Put Away the Purposeful Vase and Look For Something Different to Display Flowers


Bored with glass vases, the thought of re-purposing vintage items or using china designed for other purposes seems a fun way to display flowers. Vintage teapots, trophy's, tin cans, metal urns, milk jugs and glass bottles, can all be used to display a bloom or blooms...

Monday, 18 May 2015

French Style in California

Continuing my quest for French style homes I spotted a grand statement both inside and out...

Friday, 15 May 2015

The Importance of Texture When Decorating a Room

I scour thousands of images in my pursuit as a design blogger and there is one thing that stands out in the rooms I love and that is the 'T' word...Texture, texture and more texture. If you love neutral interiors then texture is going to be your best friend. Texture can come in many forms, it may be as obvious as a rattan chair, textured ceramic, or the subtlety of a piece of fabric, so let's find out how texture can help define a space.

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

An Exclusive Tour of Auckland Interior Designer Irene Crean's French Provencal Home - Final; Part Four

If you have been following my blog you will know that I recently photographed a beautiful French Provencal style home in Auckland. I had so many lovely photos I've had to share these over a series of posts and sadly today is the last in this series.
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