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By September 27, 2019

Trend Forecasting is a science and an art. It predicts the future direction of something, be it colour, style etc. Trend Forecasting is a very important part of the interior design industry. Last week’s blog was about the recently announced Dulux Colour Forecast 2020. There are four palettes of colours in the Dulux Colour Forecast


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By September 13, 2019

Paint colours are one of the most effective ways to add the WOW factor to your home. Regardless of whether you prefer one paint colour for all the walls, would like two or three different paint colours throughout your home or, if you’re wanting something a bit out of the ordinary, we love to create


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By March 22, 2019

This dining and kitchen area of a lovely home in middle Dural, NSW, was looking very tired when we saw it for the first time. It lacked the benefit of natural light because of the deep overhang of a large veranda. Most of the existing furniture was a very monochrome, warm timber colour and did


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By February 22, 2019

They say that the kitchen is the hub of the home and it’s true. Kitchens tend to be where people gather; whether it’s family, friends or both. So, it makes pretty good sense that a kitchen should be highly functional and aesthetically pleasing to boot. The main factor in achieving a standout kitchen is attention


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By September 2, 2016

Love elegant and classy kitchens? We do too!! So just what makes a kitchen stand out from the pack and really shine? Simply put, it’s the attention to detail. Everytime. Check out two of our gorgeous but very different kitchens. The first kitchen is in fact an old kitchen that works well for the clients


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By August 12, 2016

We in the southern hemisphere are experiencing winter right now however today it’s been decidedly warmer, in fact a balmy 24 degrees celsius! However our friends in the northern hemisphere are experiencing the height of late summer, then it will be autumn. Following close on the heels of autumn, winter. There’s no doubt about it


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By August 5, 2016

Some of the loveliest interiors are a fusion of different styles. While not everyone’s cup of tea, I just love the eclectic room in the above photo with its pops of saturated colours. What really ties it all together though is the use of the monochromatic colour scheme on the picture rails, window and door


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By July 29, 2016

I love travel and always find it inspires me creatively. So having spent a week in New York and Washington DC earlier in the year, I arrived back in good old Australia with a truck load full of inspiration and rearing to go! During our time in New York it made sense to check out the Crosby Street Hotel designed


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By July 22, 2016

Rooms that are designed specifically for kids need to be practical and fun too. Kids love colour! Whether it’s brights or pastels – colour is an essential element to any space where kids spend time. A great way to add colour and interest is with art, especially when it has personal significance. The paintings shown


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By July 15, 2016

One of the most impacting cities I’ve had the privilege of spending time in is, without doubt, Berlin. On a recent holiday in Europe, we spent almost a week there. There is a tenacity and boldness within it’s population that was arresting and despite it’s sometimes horrific past, it has a confidence that makes you


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