Monthly Archives: September 2015

#ProjectFamJam Kitchen Sources | There was a lot of design explanation about the kitchen yesterday, so if you were looking for a particular source I thought I would make it a little easier today.  Sometimes short and sweet is the way to go!!  And btw… the cabinets were finished in the color Bleu from the cabinet manufacturer… Read More »

Trends // Mudcloth | I am finishing up the final details over at our cousins’ dining room and am over the moon about how these DIY denim upholstered seats turned out.  I will be sharing the tutorial very soon, but wanted to share with you all some similar decor pieces from Chairish if you are loving the look as… Read More »

#ProjectFamJam Dining Room Reveal | I had every intention of sharing this space on Friday, but my big brother surprised me and my family by making a quick visit, so we took the day to go and visit my father with his visit!  A much needed distraction from his recovery.   So now we take a quick look… Read More »

A Swedish home with cosy textiles – One day at home and I’m back on the early morning train to the IKEA headquarters to see their latest range – busy (but exciting) days! Fortunately I’ve got something to keep me awake and feel inspired on the train – this Gothenburg home. Unlike yesterday’s home tour, this one has been staged… Read More »

Could you stay at the top of a ski jump?! – I do love the weird and wonderful houses of this world – and this has to be up there at the top, literally! Listed on Airbnb with the strapline ‘ski in, zipline out’ this ‘penthouse’ apartment sits atop a large ski jump in Holmenkollen in Oslo, Norway. If you can stomach the height,… Read More »

Your very own dream island hide-away – Located off Bruny Island in southern Tasmania, this small island formerly belonged to a writer, painter and poet. And now a family has transformed it into Satellite Island, an off the grid hide-away in untamed Tasmanian wilderness. Your own private island to share with family and friends where you can wake to the… Read More »

Occupational Hazard // New Rug | As an Interior Designer, I often pick up items that I think would be perfect for a client’s new space.  And sometimes, I may bring them home and realize that they are perfect for one of my spaces instead.  #OccupationalHazard oops.  This happened last week after I picked up a colorful rug from… Read More »

A Stockholm home rich in texture – I have to say, I’ve really enjoyed this week on the blog, it’s been kind of crazy. From an apartment on top of a Norwegian ski jump to your very own Tasmanian (dream) island hide-away  you could never say I don’t shake things up a bit! Since it’s the end of the week… Read More »