There’s nothing better than a coastal look at home - especially when the weather is warmer. What makes this style even better is how versatile it is. From classic coastal, to nautical, to tropical and beyond; there are so many ways to make this aesthetic go further.
Pattern is a design element that even the most seasoned decorators can encounter trouble with. But it doesn’t have to be so tricky to get right.
Slowly but surely, summer is coming. And as you start to bring items from your summer wardrobe into outfit rotation, you should also be thinking about small changes you can make to your home decor to keep things looking and feeling fresh.
Topics: Summer Styling
Creature comfort; that's the ultimate goal when selecting bedding products.
There are many different bedding materials, treatments and technologies on the market that can help create your ideallic sleep-haven. Because everyone is different, you’ll need to do some research to find the products that work best for your body's individual sleeping needs.
It's something of a "Goldilocks Effect". We want to create a bed environment that keeps us cosy and warm throughout the night, without allowing us to get overly hot or too cold.
Topics: customise bed
Anyone can put a desk and chair in a room, but what factors turn a lacklustre workspace into a really great home office? Here are a few common complaints and some savvy solutions that will increase productivity and make your home office a place you’ll want to spend time in.
We all sleep differently, and therefore everyone has unique requirements when it comes to bedding. Whether you feel the cold, suffer from hay fever or struggle with insomnia, there's a product that's specifically designed to help you sleep.
Ever dreamed of quitting your day job and starting a home business? Nearly one million entrepreneurial Australians say their primary workspace is at their residential address, and more and more are following suit.
So, what’s attracting so many to this non-traditional working environment?
Topics: Working from Home
Ever been told that sleeping with wet hair will make you sick?
It’s a common idea, and something most of us were probably warned about as children, but is there any truth to it?
The notion that your body’s physical temperature can increase your chances of contracting a cold has been around for years. Fortunately for those who are a little slack with the hair dryer at night, there’s not a whole lot of scientific proof to support this theory.