It can be a complex decision when deciding how to spend your hard earned savings, especially when it involves big ticket items, like furniture, holidays or cars. Is it better to spend money on a tangible item like furniture or a car, or an experience such as a holiday? The decision can be overwhelming. However, what if you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other? Follow the below tips and you will see how you can potentially achieve everything, without having to sacrifice.
Christmas traditions are usually fraught with a frenzied long to-do list, which is why the Christmas night tradition of lunch leftovers and a family movie is long held by Kiwi families throughout New Zealand. It is a change to come together as a family unit, after the rush of events and festivities, and take some time out together and recharge for the summer holidays.
Colour can have such a profound impact on how we live and feel, which is why choosing the right colour for furniture and items in your home is really important. Cassie Smith (Interior Designer) shares her thoughts on the psychology behind colour selection and demonstrates how to use colour to create a mood that is perfect for you...
When buying new furniture for your home, it is important to consider what type of mood and vibe you are hoping to create. After a busy day or week, it is always nice to retreat to a space that provides serenity and calm. Get some fun decorating tips from interior designer - Tina Stephen.
It is impossible to ignore the new pastels, fresh and pretty they are back in full force with a new take on the 50’s era. Explore our blog for more design tips. Get some fun decorating tips from interior designer - Tina Stephen.
Creating a reading nook in your home, even a small home, is a great way to embrace the winter months. Rearranging furniture for a more focused and closed layout, and adding a large area rug can help create a snug place. Check out our latest blog for a little colour inspiration from interior designer – Tina Stephen.
Flip through a magazine or scroll through Pinterest, and more often than not there will be scandi-style neutral homes, or the opposing shock of colour with bright primary colours. Often finding a happy medium can be a challenge. Be inspired by nature, especially during the change of seasons. – Tina Stephen.