Get inspired to create a stylish coffee table with these tips and tricks.
Before buying any styling products or decorating your coffee table, consider the scale of the table and your living room as a whole.
You don’t want to overcrowd your coffee table so there isn’t space to rest a drink or remote. A perimeter of blank space around the table is essential and will help your styling arrangement to ‘breathe’.
Gone are the days when the laundry was just a functional room in the home.
Nowadays, we’re seeing people continue their interior style through to the laundry and today, I’m sharing my favourite ways to do this.
Start by the sink
A small arrangement by the sink is a stylish and functional starting point.
by Gina Ciancio, Style Curator
Whether you’re building, renovating or simply want to redecorate a room, a mood board is a useful tool to use.
When redecorating or designing a space, it can be hard to visualise how your ideas will come together. What looks good on the pages of a magazine might not necessarily work when you bring 10 or more different ideas together or when you need to consider the constraints of your space.
Shelf styling, or shelfie stying as it’s more commonly known, is only gaining popularity as a way of adding a personalised and stylish touch to our homes.
With a few simple tricks and tips on what items to use and how, you can take your shelfie game from average to amazing!
1. Start with larger items first
Creating small arrangements or vignettes in the kitchen and bathroom is a sure way to turn a house into a home.
Not only can these arrangements look beautiful, helping to fill otherwise void spaces, they can also be incredibly functional.
Today I’m sharing my top tips on how to create different types of arrangements in these spaces.