A beautiful look that I’m seeing more and more of is a Tribal Contemporary Fusion. I have seen this pop up in publications such as Australian House & Garden May & August 2016 as well as The Sun Herald’s Sunday Stellar Aug 28 2016 to name a few. I also saw many products at […]Read More ›
There are some beautiful designer pieces of furniture and home wares that many of us ooo and ahh over, but sometimes the designer price tag is a bit of a stretch. While there are plenty of replica items on the market that may satisfy your designer taste, here are some great original products that- while […]Read More ›
Imagine a roaring open fire on a cold winter’s night. “Cabin Fever”is a collection of furniture and accessories that ooze mountain sophistication with a rustic edge. Although Australia may have missed the boat this Winter, I’m predicting that next Autumn and Winter we will see Tartan being used in accessories like cushions and […]Read More ›
I have seen this amazing pavilion several times now in various publications, so when I wanted to share with you some amazing architecture, this was at the top of my list.
I hope you find it as inspiring as I do.
I first saw this head turning out door fireplace in the brochure for “Haven on the river” a new apartment complex currently being built in Melbourne. The other day I found it in Papaya’s Winter 2012 catalogue so I thought I would share it with you. I’m loving the rust finish of this metal fire […]Read More ›
When brain storming names that I could use as both a blog and business name, I knew that I didn’t want to use my own name like so many others. My parents gave me a name that while I love, most people either miss-spell or miss-pronounce it. (Elissa pronounced like “Elise-a”). I have always admired […]Read More ›