Linen House have released their new Winter 2017 range, and I’m drooling over all of the divine goodness available. You’ll find not just bedding, but also a range of trendy homewares – making this their most exciting and diverse collection to date.

I love to change up my linen in the winter, there’s something so warming about having layers and layers of lush bedding – a textured quilt cover, chunky throw, comfy pillows and cushions that you just want to dive straight into. And if you’re looking for a really diverse range of styles – Linen House have got you covered. Tribal textures and patterns are a standout style throughout the new range - anyone after a boho feel for their bedroom will just adore the new styles available.

Looking for a more minimalist look? You’ll adore their simple Hemsworth design (pictured above) – made from a grey marle cotton jersey – it’s as comfortable as your favourite lived-in t-shirt. Other styles this season include the signature pure linen range, printed digital textures, floral, art-inspired abstracts and quilted geometrics, all in contemporary, neutral colours. Honestly, there’s pretty much a style to suit any style or taste. And what I love about linen, is that you can instantly change the look and feel of the room just by changing up your bedding. Boho one week, pretty and pastel the next, it’s up to you!

I’ve rounded up my fave styles from the new range here - but hop on over to their website to see much, much more by clicking here.


Baxter buffet and Milly designer chair

Baxter buffet and Milly designer chair

Each season OZ Design Furniture continue to wow us with each and every collection, and their Winter 2017 range is no exception. Here’s a look into our favourite styles.

Charlie three-seater sofa, Baxter buffet, coffee and side tables, Remi designer chair

Charlie three-seater sofa, Baxter buffet, coffee and side tables, Remi designer chair

If you’re looking to transform your interior, you’ll want to check out OZ Design Furniture’s new Winter range of homewares and furniture. Their designers have created various collections inspired by global, coastal, and urban trends, so you’ll find the perfect pieces for your home no matter what your decorating style.

Porto round dining table and bookcase, Tanduk dining chairs

Porto round dining table and bookcase, Tanduk dining chairs

Spectre three-seater sofa in velvet, Hermon coffee and side tables

Spectre three-seater sofa in velvet, Hermon coffee and side tables

Finlay buffet

Finlay buffet

This winter it’s all about warming up your home with luscious textures. Premium velvets and rich leathers are in abundance within the new range – for example, their Spectra three-seater-sofa (pictured above and below) is available in both of these options and I just adore both looks. Available approximately April/May this year, we have a sneaky look at it here, pictured on our blog. I adore it in that beautiful deep turquoise colour – dreamy right!

Natural timers and hints of black are also great ways to warm up spaces this winter, as evidenced here with the Finlay dining table, buffet and Amanda dining chairs. Add a splash of greenery in the form of plants, and you’ve got the perfect combination.

Click here to shop the range.

Spectre three-seater sofa in leather, Hermon coffee and side tables

Spectre three-seater sofa in leather, Hermon coffee and side tables

Finlay dining table and buffet, Amanda dining chairs

Finlay dining table and buffet, Amanda dining chairs

Cosmo three-seater sofa, Fritz coffee and side tables, Ada designer chair

Cosmo three-seater sofa, Fritz coffee and side tables, Ada designer chair

Sage x Clare goes à la Parisienne

Sage x Clare’s new Marais collection has taken on a decidedly eclectic, French look – embodying that unexpected sparkle and utterly French je ne sais quoi.

Photography Annette O'Brien  /  Styling Julia Green

I’m just loving the campaign imagery from the new Sage x Clare collection – it’s bright and colourful – and most importantly, full of personality. Bringing you tufted checks, embroidered stars and tapestry florals, there is a quiet irreverence to the Marais collection, an element of undone-ness, whether it be wrinkled gingham linen or a symphony of contrasting colours. Everything can be mixed and matched effortlessly, that’s one thing I adore about all of Sage x Clare’s products.

Texture and colour are key to the success of the new range – you’ll find everything from yarn dyed cottons, to luxurious velvets, to gingham waffle weaves.

So if you’re looking to bring a little bit of an unpredictable, confident Parisian flavour to your abode, you’ll need to check out the range, available for purchase through Sage x Clare’s online store and Greenhouse Interiors.


As a magazine editor, one of my key jobs is to source products and keep up to date with the latest in interior trends and products. Today I’m going to introduce you to Zanui – an online store that is constantly on my radar.

What I love about online store Zanui, is their huge range of furniture and homewares. It’s why I constantly turn to them for product sourcing for both our blog, and the magazine. It’s almost guaranteed that if I’m looking for something specific, I’m going to find it at Zanui. With so many on-trend products that fit perfectly within any contemporary home, Zanui is a must-visit for the savvy decorator. Plus a lot of their products are very reasonably priced – representing excellent value for money across all of their stocked ranges.

In terms of the types of brands on offer, there are way too many to list (over 500 brands in total), but here are a few of our personal favourites: Harpers Project, AURA by Tracie Ellis, Maxwell & Williams, Talulah, Sunnylife, Zakkia, plus Zanui’s own line of affordably priced furniture.

I’ve rounded up a few of my favourite looks from Zanui pictured here – but honestly there’s just so much more to see over on their website. If you’re looking to furnish/decorate your home, hop on over to their online store by clicking here.

Louvelle’s New 2017 Range

Designed in Australia, Louvelle’s new range brings back the glamour to loungewear and travel accessories.

Inspired by vintage glamour, Simone Taylor launched Louvelle showerwear in 2014 and transformed the humble shower cap into a chic item worthy of any stylish wardrobe. No longer an item to be hidden away while wearing, the range quickly became a cult accessory loved by the media and sold across hundreds of retailers across Australia and the United States.

Following on from this success, Louvelle has designed a new range of chic beauty and loungewear accessories in fashion-forward prints. Their Saskia cotton silk robes come in seven different designs and are priced at $150 – the hardest part is choosing a design. I’m torn between the two pictured above.

You’ll also find eye masks, beauty bags, headbands and a range of new shower turban prints on offer. Click here to check out the rest of their gorgeous range.

My Dining Room Reveal

I’m so excited to finally reveal my dining room in my apartment. So what was the inspiration? Florida’s tropical Palm Beach and the white sandy beaches of Esperance in Western Australia.

THE INSPIRATION (from top to bottom)

So here’s the colour inspiration (above) for my dining room – whites, blues and greens. Esperance was definitely a main influence for the colours used in my dining room. And for anyone who hasn’t heard of Esperance before, it’s a small town at the bottom of Western Australia with to-die-for beaches. They look even better than the Whitsundays. I’ve now got this destination high on my travel wish list thanks to this short video below by Salty Wings. They’ve captured it so beautifully.


Admittedly my dining room space is more whites and creams than blues, but I think it has just the right amount through the photographic print from Urban Road. You’ll also see a sneak peek of my sofa in the living room – again, blue is the main accent colour, accentuated by lots of pops of green in the foliage of the plants. Plants have totally brought the space to life.

As you can see here, the dining area overlooks my courtyard. We installed a vertical garden pretty much as soon as we moved in, and in the space of about 10 months, the plants have really flourished. It’s so green and tropical out there. I recommend anyone with a small outdoor space, whether it’s a balcony or courtyard, install a vertical garden – it takes up less space than potted plants on the ground, and you can fit so many more plants in when you go vertical (all up we have 56 plants in ours). Just make sure to select plants that are suitable for the sun/shade situation at your place.


I absolutely love my new Oasis planter pot with timber legs from OZ Design Furniture. It has a slight mid-century feel and helps to elevate smaller plants to give them extra height and wow-factor. The Faded Palms print pictured here, is also from OZ Design Furniture – they have such a great range of affordably priced framed prints – definitely worth checking them out.


Bedside Tables for all Budgets

With so many beautiful bedside tables out there, I’ve decided
to round-up my favourites – no matter what your budget.


Let’s kick this post off with some affordable budget-friendly options. To me, anything under $200 falls within the budget category. This gorgeous Milo side table pictured above in one of Three Birds Renovations’ homes, is from Adairs and priced just under $200. The little leather handle, and thin white legs are a winner for me. It’s not bulky either, so ideal for smaller bedrooms.

Another great option that’s under $90, is Mocka’s Jesse bedside table (pictured opposite in Tarina of Oh Eight Oh Nine’s bedroom). It’s suitable for Scandi-style rooms and quite short, so best for sleek, low-to-the-floor beds.

I also love the Selje bedside from IKEA – not only is it beautifully simple in its design, it’s also pretty clever. You see, it has a wireless charger built in (pictured above), making it easy to charge your smartphone wirelessly (if your phone supports wireless charging) – all you have to do is place it on top of the charger. If your phone isn’t compatible, you can purchase IKEA’s Vitahult wireless charging cover for your phone to make it work. I know my mobile phone is always by my bedside at night – so this is great for charging your phone while you sleep. And for under $80 – it’s pretty affordable too.

1 MALM   /  2 VERO  /  3 JESSE


When it comes to that mid-range price bracket, West Elm leads the way. Most of their bedside tables are priced between $300-$600, and there’s a great variety of styles to choose from. West Elm’s Sculpted Geo bedside (pictured top), Penelope bedside (above left) and Roar + Rabbit geo brass inlay bedside table (above right) are just a few of my favourites.

This Devon Campaign bedside table pictured opposite, from Pottery Barn has such a classic, elegant look. I always gravitate towards these kinds of styles for my own home.

For a table with a mid-century vibe – you can’t go past the Valencia mini cabinet from Life Interiors (pictured below). It also comes in a beech finish if you prefer a lighter looking timber. I’m loving the brass legs and walnut finish.

1 AUDREY  /  2 OH  /  3 PARQUE


If your budget allows it, there’s so many beautiful high-end options out there with an elegant, refined look. Online store James Said is leading the field in the glamour department – and this one of theirs above, is aptly named the Studly bedside table. It also comes in white. Also available from James Said, is the Hudson bedside designed by Greg Natale (pictured opposite). The bold black and white greek key pattern certainly makes a statement – although if you’re looking for something more subtle, there’s a white-on-white option.

But if your style is more pared-back/Scandi, there are plenty of suitable matches in the high-end price range. Grazia and Co’s Leo bedside pictured below comes in a variety of colours - and the leather strap handle is a nice touch.