You have several pieces of art you’ve collected along the way and rather than put up a single lonely piece of art, you’re feeling the urge to create a whole wall of art. Think about those cold and dingy hallways that allow you to move from room to room. The untapped potential for a gallery wall of art is… well, exciting and something you can do. Continue reading
What We Surround Ourselves With Matters.
Colour, nature and minimalist intention for what is now.
The need to clean up your rooms and live with less to increase your comfort in day to day living has always been key to modern minimalist living. Now… this need for your home to rise up and deliver, has gone from real and strong to real-er and stronger? Continue reading
In this time of world leaders and others asking we stay home, our priorities are shifting like grains of sand and the day to day normalcy has dramatically altered. Maximizing natural light and editing artificial light will dramatically help your psychological well being. Continue reading
You may feel that hiring someone to help you with your space is going to be a negative, if not also costly, experience. Here are some reasons why. Continue reading
Small changes can feel big and have huge impact! Sometimes a detail here and there can make all the difference to how you feel about your space. Continue reading
Wabi-sabi is the beauty of things imperfect
It is the beauty of things modest and humble
It is the beauty of things unconventional Continue reading
Biophilia is defined as the aim to bring as much nature inside as possible. The effects of nature’s qualities on health are not only spiritual and emotional but physical and neurological. So why not create a holiday table that celebrates nature? Alongside fabulous food, wine and conversation, nature will play its role in enhancing your overall health and humanity. Continue reading
The third and last post in the paint colour series is a method whereby only one colour is used to paint walls, trim, baseboards, and doors. Continue reading
This second post of my Paint Colour Series is the opposite design trick from my last post. By using darker tones on the smaller areas the lighter areas appear larger. Most people want to create as much light and space in a room as they can. Using lighter colours on the walls, which is the biggest space, with a darker tone on doors, trim and baseboards is the easiest way to achieve this. Continue reading