Home Decor


Home Decor Guide: How to Choose a Decorative Tray for a Tray Chic Look

Whether you’re looking for a way to give your home a sophisticated edge, or you want to add a stylish element that will elevate the aesthetic of a specific room, decorative trays are the perfect option for you. These trays come in a plethora of different shades, patterns and designs, and with a little bit of creativity, you can make any modern tray a statement-making detail of any space.

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Guide to Creating the Perfect Ergonomic Workspace

With more Australians becoming accustomed to working from home with the new Covid-19 regulations, the conventional workplace is doomed for the foreseeable future. This means that some workers may stay working from home forever, with the office acting as a meeting and collaboration hub. Even if that doesn’t happen to be the case, people still need an ergonomically adjusted workspace no matter the location.

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Sleep Like Royalty: Luxury Bed Linen Sheets Guide

Your bed is your sanctuary. This is where you’re in your most relaxed, vulnerable and calm state. As such, your bed should be the place where you can unwind and forget about the day, easily fall asleep, make love, or read a good book.

But don’t think that you can only invest in a good mattress and call it a day. Next to the mattress, the sheets are the most important thing when it comes to your bed’s looks and the comfort it provides. Investing in quality materials should be your top priority because they won’t cause you skin issues, can keep your body temperature regulated and also last for a long time. If you’re about to go sheets shopping to complete your bedroom furniture suite and are wondering if luxury linen bed sheets are for you, here are a few things that will probably change your mind.

Why Choose Luxury Linen Sheets?

Quality Materials

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Luxury linen sheets aren’t just good on the eye. They will surely look very aesthetically pleasing when you put them on your bed, but there is far more than what meets the eye. Buying such sheets can be a smart investment for your health because they are made of natural materials. Bamboo, cotton, silk or a blend of natural fabrics should always be your priority.

For instance, if you’re having skin problems and can’t stand synthetic materials, then there is no other option for you but to buy luxury linen bed sheets made of natural fabrics. Also, these types of sheets will keep your mattress clean and safe from sweating and body odours. And let’s not forget that luxury linen sheets are twice as durable as any other sheet made of manmade fabrics.

Anything else will cause you to sweat; synthetics aren’t made to keep your body temperature regulated, so you should not invest in such sheets. Go for breathable fabrics that won’t trap heat in bed forcing you to change pyjamas every couple of hours.

Breathable & Great for Thermoregulation

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No matter if it’s hot or cold, sleeping and sweating is not pleasant at all. Having a balanced body temperature is a great way to have an uninterrupted sleep during the night, especially during the summer months. But when the sheets aren’t breathable enough, this will happen even in the winter months.

You can have a great mattress, but if the sheets are not made of breathable materials, you will end up sweating. Synthetic fabrics that trap your body temperature and don’t let it flow through the bed will easily have you drenched in sweat. However, luxury linen bed sheets are made of organic and natural materials that will allow air to circulate through your bed, so there won’t be any trapped heat. And what’s more important you won’t feel as if the sheet is causing you additional heat. These sheets feel soft, cool and cosy, so why would you go for anything else that would make you sweaty and uneasy.


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Having a rough day and feeling exhausted can drain the energy out of you. The best way to restore it is to go to bed and sleep. But going to bed covered with sheets that are soft and sleek would make you feel relaxed even faster. Organic materials such as bamboo, silk or cotton have these features; the softness is the first step towards easy relaxation and the ability to fall asleep.


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After shopping for bed sheets, you certainly won’t plan to shop for new ones in the next few months. That said, the bed sheets you buy should be durable and that means they should be able to ‘live’ through a lot of washing and drying, tossing and turning and crinkling all year round for many years. You can get this if you invest in luxury bed sheets. The materials are specifically chosen to last and to endure all sorts of challenges, be it while you sleep on them, or in the washing machine. When you pay a big price for such sheets, you get what you paid for.

Worth Your Money

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Buying sheets that are cheaper will lead to a cheaper experience. Of course, it doesn’t mean that such sheets will be ruined after a month or two, but you certainly can’t expect them to last for decades such is the case with luxury cotton, silk or bamboo sheets.

If you want to make a long-term investment and not bother with sheet shopping any time soon, then luxury linen sheets should be high on your priority list. Not only you’re saving money for sheets in the future, but you’re investing in quality covers for your expensive mattresses, prevent your skin from unwanted rashes, keep your body is completely relaxed and uninterrupted sleep (no sweating, therefore, no getting up in the middle of the night). So, altogether you’re making a lifetime investment that will prevent you from buying new mattresses or paying for medications to soothe skin rashes.

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Simple Guide To Buying Decorative Knobs

Once everything is set in your kitchen, bathroom or any other room with furniture, it’s time to get the ‘jewellery’ i.e the knobs. You can easily spruce up your cabinets and drawers with decorative knobs to give them a whole new look. These pieces of hardware can change the look of your furniture and can make a statement piece out of your old drawers or kitchen cabinets.

When buying decorative door knobs, you can play with the material (acrylic, glass, metal), the shape, and turn a completely simple (even boring) cabinet into a little piece of art. If you’re looking for knobs and aren’t sure where to begin, here are a few things that may help you in your search. Read More →


Industrial Style Guide: Give Your Home a Sophisticated Edge

The first association you get when you think about industrial interior design is probably an image of a loft with oversized metal windows, industrial lighting, high ceilings, exposed bricks, pipes or concrete and raw unfinished wood, in a repurposed factory, warehouse or any industrial space. However, since it became popular in the 2000s, this style has entered many homes, whether as a strict theme, an inspiration, or simply incorporated in combination with different home design styles. There are many ways to give your home an industrial style touch, whether it’s an urban loft-like home or not. Read More →

A Simple Guide to Hanging Plants: How to Take Proper Care of Them

What Are Hanging Planters?

Hanging planters are a lovely way to spruce up a home without breaking the bank. They come in a range of different materials, giving you the freedom to choose what meets your home setting best. So, if you want to add instant charm and a pop of colour to your home, you can surely achieve that with such wall hangings.

Just make sure you choose the right indoor plant  for your hanging planter, as not all of them can be kept inside. Besides being the perfect decorative piece, indoor plants can provide you with numerous health benefits  that you shouldn’t neglect.

The Most Popular Hanging Planter

Although there are different types of hanging planters available on the market, it seems that macrame plant hangers catch the eye the most. Available in different patterns and sizes, these appealing decorative wall hangers can give your home the needed dash of style while giving your plants the stylish home they deserve. The macrame decorative wall hangers are a great way to add a pop of colour and greenery to your home. Thus, choosing the right design can certainly contribute more to your home style.

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Types of Macrame Plant Hangers

Simple Macrame Pattern – As the name implies, these planters are simple. There are no interesting patterns, colours, knots or beads added to it, making them the ideal option for those who want the plant itself to be the main highlight.

Colourful Macrame – Generally speaking, macrame is done with a white thread, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t choose anything different. Nowadays, you have the freedom to choose from different thread colours, giving you the opportunity to add more colour to your home.

Important Things to Consider When Buying Macrame Planters

Type of Thread Material

Macrame planters can be made from a different type of thread material which is closely related to their weight capacity. While some materials are strong and durable, others are weaker and not the best suitable option for hanging a heavy planter.

The Hook Type

Since these planter holders are designed to hold a hanging object, the type of hook can also play a major role in how much weight it could hold. Planter hooks are available in a range of sizes and materials, which is why you should carefully choose the one for your planter. In order to do this, you should take into account the overall planter and soil weight.

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Where Can I Buy Macrame Plant Hangers?

Because the material can play a huge role in how durable the hanger would be, it’s of vital importance to buy a macrame hanger from any reliable and trusted online or offline store.

How to Take Care of Hanging Plants

While the weight of the plant is closely related to the soil and type of planter material, you should also consider the structure of the wall. You shouldn’t install hooks straight into plaster or drywall, because the planter could fall and make huge damage to the floor. The wall structure should be firm and sturdy, able to hold the supposed planter weight. In case you already have installed hooks, test them before hanging the planters.

When it comes to watering, you should keep in mind that the air near the ceiling tends to be warmer and drier. So, it goes without saying that your hanging plants will need a little more water than the ones on the floor. Now, since we are talking about hanging planters, instead of using a chair when watering them, it’s more secure to invest in a step-ladder.

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How to Protect Indoor Floor & Furniture

One of the worst things that could happen from having a planter like this is water drainage. Besides choosing the right planter, you should also consider some other options in order to avoid water drainage.

Consider Attaching a Tray

When choosing a hanging planter, make sure the wall hanger of your choice has enough room to hold the planter tray. Trays are an essential piece of hanging planters as they can hold any excess water. The tricky thing about trays is that even a little too much water can end up on your floors, making a huge mess.

Consider Adding a Pot Within a Pot

Except for being an easy way to change up the style of your hanging plants and create different ambient in different rooms whenever you want, adding extra pots will surely prevent water drainage. Now, while this is a great idea, you shouldn’t neglect the overall planter weight. Even though you choose to add a plastic planter, it can still add to the overall weight which is why you should take into account everything.

Before doing anything, measure the planter weight and test the hook. In case water drainage is a persistent problem, you should consider watering outside or in your bathtub. That way, the excess water could drain without causing you any difficulties.

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A Simple Guide to the Most Popular Interior Styles and Their Features

The topic of home decor and interior design is a never-ending story. Modern urban, mid-century, traditional, … and the list of styles can go on and on. With such a diverse range of options, it can be pretty difficult to decide which one will work best for your space. Especially when you aren’t very familiar with their distinctive characteristics.

Even though there’s a large number of interior styles, a few of them stand out as the most prominent and most commonly found in modern homes. So, if you want to keep your space up-to-date, here’s a quick rundown on the most popular ones right now and their features.

Modern Urban Style

The modern urban style is perfect for sophisticated city dwellers. It’s the ultimate for cosmopolitan living, combining hints of contemporary, modern and industrial influences. As a movement in interior style, it started in the 20th century with the expansion of urban living. Nowadays, it’s always on-trend thanks to its enviable emphasis on comfort. This style is especially great for an industrial loft or a modern apartment overlooking the rooftops of the city.

The range of urban contemporary furniture features clean and crisp lines and geometric shapes. It usually comes in a neutral colour palette, especially in black, white and grey. Regarding the materials, we can say that it’s made of “cold” materials, including light-coloured wood, metal, steel, glass and even plastic. And when it comes to the used, leather, vinyl and faux leather, PU leather, and microfiber are the most common ones. This modern style is all about creating a soothing and serene, yet attractive and luxuriously decorated home featuring a lived-in sense of charm for everyday life.

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To complete your urban decor, you can introduce accessories including plants and botanicals to keep the space light and refreshing. This is also a quick and affordable way to bring in colour. You can also bring in additional hits of colours by using accent pieces like petite stools and side chairs in deep tones (greens and blues) or by selecting decor pieces like coloured throws and pillows for your sofa.

However, if you choose this style, you should keep accessories to a minimum, since this style is all about simplicity. Hence, if you’re a fan of simple and modern design at the same time, the urban contemporary furniture and decor style may be your ideal option.

Traditional Style

The traditional style is the ideal home decor style for those who love classic form and enduring beauty. It reproduces the classic decor with European and French flair. This style emphasises elegance and simplicity. The principal features this style is known for are:
▪ deep colours and wood tones;
▪ lavish decorative details;
▪ luxurious materials;
▪ variety of ornamental elements;
▪ impressive craftsmanship.

Traditionally styled homes have a distinct visual cohesiveness in colour palette and materials. Traditional furniture features classic silhouettes, with curved lines and claw and bun feet. When it comes to the colours, there’re deep wood finishes, rich shades of brown, cherry, espresso, merlot, black and white. Tables, chairs and sofas are usually made from dark woods and are ornately detailed with carving and curvatures on their legs.

The windows are similarly designed with scalloped edges and fringe accents. The traditional style puts accents on decorative details like mouldings, panelling, intricate embellishments and throw pillows.

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Scandinavian Style

Scandinavian design is marked by cleanness, simple lines, minimalism and the use of earthy materials. What makes it especially aesthetically pleasing is the lack of clutter and light ambience. It favours bright and airy spaces.

Wall-to-wall carpets are rarely seen in homes designed in Scandinavian style. Instead, hardwood floors are used in every room except the bathroom. The floors everywhere in the house are light in colour, as is most of the backdrop in the home. So, even the walls are typically either white or light shades of grey. Blue textiles are used on sofas, rugs and bedding in order to bring a splash of colour into the home. Scandinavian can also be combined with rustic design to give the space some extra warmth.

Transitional Style

The transitional design style is a blend of a variety of different styles to create a timeless look that’s all its own. More precisely, it is a mix of both traditional and contemporary design. Therefore, transitional furniture can feature straight and sophisticated lines like those found in modern furniture, or have rounded lines with ornate carvings like in traditional pieces.

This is a distinct vintage-influenced modern style with some specific pieces such as the Eames chair and tulip tables The furniture is generally warm and inviting with comfortable upholstering made of leather, linen, chenille or velvet. About the colours, you’ll see dark browns, taupes, tans and creamy whites. The transitional style uses intricate decorative details and throw pillows.

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Mid-Century Modern Style

Mid-century modern style is the decor style which is known for the most iconic furniture pieces  in modern design. It’s characterised by simplicity and functionality. Homes designed in this style have a seamless flow from the inside to the outside thanks to sliding doors, picture windows, skylights and patios.

The furniture is entirely unique, featuring statement pieces like marshmallow sofas and egg chairs. The walls are often dressed up with graphic wallpaper featuring bold geometric patterns and funky colours. This style is defined by minimalist silhouettes, sophisticated lines, handmade and hand-painted elements. The main material the furniture is made of is wood, sometimes with natural wood grain patterns. The fabrics and textiles are in solid colours which range from neutral to bold.


Interior Doors: A Simple Guide to Choosing Them

What’s the first thing you notice about your interior décor? My guess would be the furniture. Particularly the focal points in every room, like the sofa and entertainment unit in the living room, the bed along with the bed frame in the bedroom, the bathtub or shower in the bathroom, the dining set in the dining room … And yet, even though not less important, few of us pay attention to hardworking pieces such as the doors. Read More →

Guide to Double Roller Blinds: Get Privacy & Light Control in Style

When we relax inside our homes, we want to be free to be ourselves and enjoy 100% privacy from neighbours and people passing by, right? Luckily, there’s a thing called blinds. They obstruct the view into our homes and also prevent uncomfortable glare from coming in.

However, it feels good to let some sunshine in now and then. Plus, natural light helps to make the home more energy-efficient. This why homeowners who want to enjoy the best of both worlds, privacy and natural light, opt for the versatile double roller blinds.

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