Floral highlights don’t have to be restricted to men’s buttonholes and fancy fascinators - take the Melbourne Carnival foliage beyond that frilly dress or vibrant corsage and fill your home with the floral inspiration from these wonderful blooms.
They say an artist is only as good as their inspiration – actually, I don’t think they actually do say that, but I needed an excuse to write this post. After all, what better way to give you a little insight into the people and pages that inspire our own creative genius Lamai Anne?
Melbournians, clear your schedules: the Finders Keepers market is back again this winter. For the past decade these guys have been providing a means for independent Australian artists and designers to showcase their work. This year is no exception.
When decorating your interior, nothing brings the entire space together quite like the walls and floors. Yet many people fall into the trap of filling their interior with sofas, tables and cushions. Left bare, walls and floors can make a room feel incomplete or lacking.
Thinking about redecorating but not sure how to keep it timeless? Wanting to update your interior to something a little more stylish? Or simply looking to freshen things up with a cleaner palette? When it comes to revamping a space, one of the first design decisions usually lies with the colour palette.
From flamingo tiles in bathrooms to blush velvet armchairs and even rosy Macbooks, pink has taken the interiors world by storm. This isn’t your gender specific “it’s a girl!” pink of the 80s and 90s, or the over-the-top Barbie pink that conjures up images of Legally Blonde stereotypes.
With Mother’s Day around the corner, it can be tempting to opt for a last-minute purchase that simply ticks the I-remembered-Mother’s-Day box. We understand it’s the thought that counts, but a tired bunch of roses (admit it, you bought them on special, didn’t you?!).