When the weather is cold, there’s nothing like relaxing on the couch with a nice chunky throw rug or snuggling up in a soft, warm bed. Winter is such a fun time to change up the look of your home and get stuck into some cosy seasonal styling.
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.
Imagine living in a historic and ornate French chateau, or a sprawling country estate just outside Bordeaux.
Interior Stylist and Editor of The Life Creative, Chris Carroll, explains how to rock the Global Wanderer trend in your home.
The global interiors trend is becoming more and more popular - and with good reason! It features a colour palette and textural story that’s so easy to implement, but packed with wow factor.
The winter season makes us want to hibernate inside our homes. Nestling into the couch or snuggling into a comfortable bed during the dark winter months not only sounds extremely appealing, but it also helps our minds and bodies rejuvenate.
Not only should your bedroom be comfortable, functional and inviting, it also needs to set the right tone.
Particularly in the winter months, when cosy layers and textures take centre stage, piecing together a luxurious, drama-filled boudoir can be lots of fun. Here are a few things to consider when creating your idyllic moody bedroom:
Are you one of the millions of Australians who struggle to get to sleep at night?
Do you toss and turn, get uncomfortably hot, throw the covers off (and pull them back on again), stick a leg out of the bed to cool down or keep flipping your pillow to the 'cold side' throughout the night?
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PJ Bear is our cute and cuddly Party for Kids with Cancer® ambassador. We sat down with him to get his ‘bear essential’ tips for hosting a terrific fundraising party.
What should hosts do to prepare for their party?
PJ: Make sure you've spoken with all your guests in the week before the party – everyone is busy, and sometimes people can forget!
Interior Stylist and author of The Life Creative, Chris Carroll, explains how to build a comfy, healthy beding base- allowing you the best night's sleep.
Thought bedroom style was all about what’s happening on top of the bed? Think again. For a bedroom you want to wake up in, it’s all about what’s going on underneath your quilt cover.