7 Great Tips For A “Stress-Free” House Move

Moving is stressful, and no one knows better than me. In the list of life’s stressors, it’s up there with death and divorce, and so when I embarked upon my sixteenth house move last week, I decided to jot down a few tips to avoid meltdown.

7 Ways To Become A “Minimalist”

After the shock of 2020, a “less is more” approach to life is gaining traction. Most of us are seeking a lifestyle that is kinder to us and kinder to the environment.

The 5 Essential Elements of “Boho Chic”

There’s nothing particularly avant garde about the popularity of Boho Chic in Australia – especially in coastal enclaves, where the culture lends itself to a more natural, laid-back look – nevertheless, it’s interesting to watch its popularity spread to urban areas.

Pink Is The New Black In Home Decor

Pink now represents compassion, nurturing and love, and is, thankfully, losing its gender overtones of the 50s. That’s why we’re seeing it in every room of the house and designers are embracing its shades for campaigns and feminism to depict strength.

Decluttering: The Starting Point To Selling Your Home

Chucking out your unwanted possessions or furniture that won’t fit in your next property is not only a no-brainer from a sales perspective, it endears you to your stylist if you are using one. By removing the rubbish you’ve accumulated over the years and reorganising what items you decide to keep, you create a cleaner, calmer space for your buyers to assess your home or investment property during their thirty-minute inspection.

6 Luxury Products To Get You Through A COVID Winter

The Swedish word for coziness is “Hygge”, and while I suspect few of us are thinking about home decor right now in Australia – during winter and lockdown for many of us – there’s no doubt that as the days shorten and the temperature drops, comfort becomes a major concern.

Dressing Your Dining Table To Sell Your Home

When I first started property styling, we used to lay a full dinner service to show off the dining area, but in recent years lifestyles have changed and the formal dining room has been sacrificed to more functional areas such as home offices or rumpus rooms.

Property Styling: Do I Really Need A Home Office?

In larger properties, your property stylist will usually dedicate a space or bedroom to create an office. That’s not as easy in smaller homes or apartments, but where there’s a will, there’s a way, and you’d be surprised by the creativity of home offices I’ve witnessed and the tiny spaces a desk has been squeeze into.