Tidy home; Tidy life. Marie Kondo’s spiritual approach to de-cluttering
Decor and Design / Feature

Tidy home; Tidy life. Marie Kondo’s spiritual approach to de-cluttering

Remember as a recalcitrant teen, your mother bemoaning the state of your bedroom and warning in a doom-laden voice: “a messy bedroom means a messy mind”? Cue eye-rolling and hormonal temper tantrums but it turns out that Mummy had it right all along. It seems that in a world hungry for philosophy, Tidying Up may … Continue reading

2016 Trends: Pantone’s ‘Colours of the Year’ tap into the mindfulness movement
Decor and Design / Trends

2016 Trends: Pantone’s ‘Colours of the Year’ tap into the mindfulness movement

‘Mindfulness’ has become a buzz word of modern times. From desperate housewives hot-footing it to holistic yoga retreats, to overstretched, over-educated graduates colouring in picture books as a hobby, many are in search of the optimum tool to achieve focus in the present moment. So what actually is this holy grail of the self-help movement? … Continue reading

The Light and the Dark: the evolution of award-winning artist Shazia Imran
Australian Design / Decor and Design / Wall Street

The Light and the Dark: the evolution of award-winning artist Shazia Imran

The genesis and moulding of an artist is a fascinating thing. Shazia Imran is an Australian artist who has exhibited internationally and whose work hangs in many private collections. She is known for her delicate mixed media works and will be exhibiting on Wall St at the 2016 Decor + Design show, 21 – 24 … Continue reading

The Shock Absorbers
Furniture

The Shock Absorbers

“The details are not details. They make the design” – Charles Eames Charles and Ray Eames were America’s lions of twentieth century furniture, industrial and architectural design. Their work roars triumphantly across a multitude of platforms. They memorably created famous pieces such as the Eames Lounge and Ottoman, as well as their iconic molded fibreglass … Continue reading