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Esther's New Bedroom - Girl's Bedroom Makeover

Esther’s New Bedroom – Girl’s Bedroom Makeover

This year, we decided to make over Esther’s room for her Birthday. She has been infatuated with TV shows like House Rules and The Block, I thought it would be […]

Our New Rug from IKEA

I Can’t Pronounce The Name of Our New Rug, But it Looks Good. Thanks IKEA

We’ve had a lot of our furniture since before we got married. Most of our furniture was purchased from Super Amart. As a wedding gift, my grandparents bought us a […]

Indoor Plants I've Kept Alive (And The Ones That I Let Die)

Indoor Plants I’ve Kept Alive (And The Ones That Didn’t Survive)

One thing I have slowly introduced to our home is live plants. Indoor plants are known to remove toxins from the air in your home as well as bring some […]

Tradie Maternity Pants: Work Pants for Pregnant Tradeswomen

Tradie Maternity Pants: Work Pants for Pregnant Tradeswomen

Tradie maternity pants for pregnant tradeswomen can be difficult to find. 7 years ago when I was needing maternity pants while on the tools, I had to source pants from […]

The Art of Facade - 6 Lavish Ways to Make Your Home Look More Expensive

The Art of Facade – 6 Lavish Ways to Make Your Home Look More Expensive

Guest Post In a perfect world, we would all live in lavish houses, decorated with the most eclectic and spectacular furnishings and finishings. However, that simply isn’t the world we […]

vanessa bean vases giveaway

Tips on How to Get a Vanessa Bean Vase PLUS a Giveaway

For the last year and a bit I have been trying to purchase a Vanessa Bean vase. I became aware of the vases when Chris from The Life Creative shared […]

bathroom storage, 10 ways without having to renovate

10 Ways to Add Bathroom Storage Without Having to Renovate

An important aspect to any bathroom is its storage capacity. Bathroom storage is a necessity. But what do you do when you can’t afford to renovate, and there is limited […]

my first hair straightener from 2003

My First Hair Straightener from 2003: When Hair Straighteners Were the Size of a Sandwich Press

I got my first hair straightener 16 years ago when I was 17 years old. I used to have blonde hair in my late teen years and Stefan was my […]

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The Must Have Book for Home Decorating – HOME: The Elements of Decorating by Emma Blomfield

Around a month ago, I headed to Target to buy The Barefoot Investor after reading a review on She Shopped. I’ve seen so many recommendations on this book. But of […]

kitchen styling how to organise your kitchen bench

Kitchen Styling: How To Organise Your Kitchen Bench

Kitchen styling is something I admire, but am not always good at upkeeping. At present, our kitchen plants have been thriving, but one succulent has thrived a little too much […]

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Hilarious Toilet Wall Art to Encourage Toilet Etiquette

My toilet has bare white walls (nothing a bit of toilet wall art can’t fix). To look at and enter, you would call it very minimal. I don’t exactly want […]

my homeware purchase regrets

My Homeware Purchase Regrets – All The Things I Regret Purchasing for my House

On the weekend I read an article by Elle Décor saying these are the home trends you should get rid of in 2017. While reading the post, I thought about […]

how to look stylish when you work from home

Partners in Construction – How to Look Stylish When You Work From Home

How to look stylish when you work from home Last year at the Partners in Plumbing event for Melbourne Cup, I was asked to share some fashion tips with the […]

christmas vignette

How to Create a Christmas Vignette in the Bathroom

If you read any interior blogs or magazines, they will be filled with ideas on how to create a vignette. The term ‘vignette’ is one that I came across from […]

five ways to add soul to your home

Five Ways to Add Soul To Your Home – By a Non-Stylist

Like any reality TV show, The Block can rouse many emotions in me. From surprise to shock to frustration and many eye-rolling moments – I know that’s not an emotion, […]

Mazz & Co nursery

Our Visit to Mazz & Co to Buy More House Plants

In the last year or so I have been adding live plants into our house. I’ve always been a little apprehensive about having plants in the house because I often […]

shopkins party

Partying Shopkins Style

On Saturday I had 25 kids attend Esther’s 6th Birthday and the theme was Shopkins. After writing for a party website and always discovering new themes each week to write […]

pendant lights in black and copper

Our New Eclectic Pendant Lights in Black and Copper

Around 8 months ago – it could also possibly be a bit longer than that, I broke a bulb on our pendant light that hangs over the dining room table. […]

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Six Instagram Accounts That Define my Interior Style

When it comes to social media, I’m usually a late adopter. I only joined Instagram a couple of years ago and have often struggled to know what to share on […]

homeware hampers

Homeware Hampers Are The New Way to Style Your Home

It’s an art to style a room. I know this because I’ve tried my hand at styling my own home and despite my efforts, I don’t always feel I get […]

it's beginning to look a lot like easter

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Easter #HIT

It was beginning to look a lot like Easter on Boxing Day last year. I was gobsmacked to see hot cross buns in the bakery section of Woolworths on Boxing […]

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You Certainly Know How To Style – #HITmyStyle Competition Winner Announcement

During the month of February, The Builder’s Wife and I held a #HITmyStyle competition where anyone could share a photo of a styled room in their home on Instagram to […]