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Curtains Blinds Awnings ShuttersCheltenham, VIC
Excellent service, competitively priced, polite, very happy with blinds.over a year ago ·
They were great, would definitely use them again.over a year ago ·
Fabric creations provided a quick, efficient and good quality service. The quote was given within days, the price was very affordable and the quality of the work and product are fantastic.over a year ago ·
Beautiful Design & DecorationFerntree Gully, VIC
Specialising in commercial furniture and office fit outsMitcham, VIC
The Integrity Office team were very professional in responding to our posting and providing a quote the very next day. Their installers worked around our office and staff very quietly and efficiently, also fixing extra items without fuss or extra cost. All works were completed to our tight time...over a year ago ·
Peter was extremely helpful and very efficient in returning a quote, pictures, plans and was very professional at all times.over a year ago ·
Dearne Herrenberg Interiors - Contemporary Urban SpaceBalaclava, VIC
Looking to give your home that artistic edge? Art Nouveau may just be the answer. Contemporary interior design owes a lot to this classic style. In fact, it remains one of the most important inspirations legacies for the shapes and features of modern furniture. Thanks to the widespread popularity of the designs, you don’t have to spend a fortune on vintage lamps or antique mirrors to incorporate a little old-world elegance into your home. Here are 22 gorgeous examples of interior architecture and decoration which capture this sophisticated look.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
Looking to breathe fresh life into your home but don’t have the time or budget for a big renovation? Sometimes the littlest of things can have a substantial impact - and floral bouquets top the list, regardless of the interior aesthetic you’ve already cultivated. From tulips to roses and even native banksia displays, housing a bit of greenery in your home has a positive effect on the atmosphere. Feng shui argues their transient nature keeps your home fresh and in tune with nature. Not convinced? Here are 25 living spaces made lively by their floral inhabitants.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
It’s common knowledge that realtors love to sell up this season - the cacophony of glorious autumn shades make for a nice back drop to marketing a property. But there’s no reason you can’t harness this landscaping style for use in your very own home. Autumn shades make for an atmospheric addition to the modern living space. Here are 33 interiors which use timber, nature-inspired motifs and a warm palette to highlight the best of the season. Want more? Try this lookbook of autumnal paint shades for the home.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
The wallpaper of yesteryear is far from absent in today’s modern aesthetic. In fact, reclaiming vintage wallpaper has never been more in fashion - whether it’s in furniture design, features walls or art installation pieces, traditional motifs are a great way to add a bit of flair to the somewhat bland look of contemporary minimalism. Here are a few houses that have got that balance just right.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
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We all like to have a house that feels like a home - and this is usually achieved by adding a bit of personal clutter and/or a cat. But some people take it that much further, by constructing homes which don’t even vaguely resemble your average house! Whether unusually shaped or built from unusual materials, it’s hard not to wonder how quickly you’d grow sick of the novelty and find yourself wishing for a good ole cosy four walls. Until then - here’s 5 spectacularly creative and peculiar homes to satisfy that curiosity.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
Ever feel like you're a bit too stylish for your own good? Intimidating friends with your effortless vignettes, balanced compositions and ahead of the pack colour choices? Even if you're not so confident you'll feel pretty good once you compare your house to these 35 examples of truly awful home decor disasters...by Brodie Norris · Leave a Comment
Have you ever looked at a picture in a home design magazine and thought, "No one lives like that". Well, I've seen a number of these architectural and interior shoots and you know what? You're absolutely right! Much to the joy of the internet, there are some snarky websites which take great pleasure pointing out these oftentimes bizarre staged homes that don't. quite. feel. right…by Brodie Norris · Leave a Comment
There’s strange architecture - and then there’s the stuff that leaves you wondering how it ever got past the drawing board! Surrealist architecture may be old hat but there’s still plenty to feast your eyes upon when it comes to strange and bizarre residential blocks. Sometimes one house just isn’t enough..by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
Sure, you’ve just got the kitchen re-done and the bathroom re-tiled. But sometimes the best way to rejuvenate your home is in the smaller things. Personalising your living spaces can be as simple as a few pieces of artwork and as complex as designing mosaics for your splashbacks or colour-coding the entire interior. Here are ten simple ways you can make a space your own - minimal fuss, maximum result.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment