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  • 4 ways to organise your living room

    Organising your living room means making it a more welcoming space for you and your family to enjoy some more relaxation time. Here’s how. Your living room should be a place that welcomes and nurtures you – your haven from the cares of the world and a place where you … Read more

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  • White is just white, right?

    There’s something absolutely satisfying about crisp white walls. But often this is the default choice, with many people not realising the important role that white plays as a canvas for colour in the home and how different whites can influence the vibe. White could be your path to creating a … Read more

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  • 5 non-scary ways to add colour to your build

    Monochromatic style has been all the rage when it comes to new homes. Too often though, the greyscale approach can leave your home feeling drab and unwelcoming.This is why even the most restrained, streamlined and elegant designs use bursts of colour to bring a home to life. Yet for many … Read more

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  • Mix and match: How to make clashing prints work in your home

    Bold, delicate and painterly prints are integral to a warm, characterful interior. Whether it’s fantastical florals, punchy palm trees or sunny geometrics, a mix-and-match approach is an impactful way to form a dynamic space. “Clashing prints bring a unique perspective to a room,” says leading Perth textile designer Liz Casella, … Read more

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  • 5 interior design rules meant to be broken

    Give a designer a rule, and they’ll show you the exception with surprising, stylish and colourful results. We spoke to five designers about the design rules they most like to break – ones that will encourage you to create your own unique home without limitations. Rule 1: White, light bedrooms create … Read more

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  • How to bring the ‘unexpected red theory’ trend into your home

    Colours come and go, but red – whether lipstick, carnation, oxblood or apple – can transform a space like no other. “Red is said to evoke emotions, grab attention and make a statement, so it’s no wonder it’s the colour most commonly used to signal danger,” says designer Matt Woods … Read more

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  • 5 hacks to make your home look more expensive than it is

    No one wants their home to look cheap, but the idea of it feeling “expensive” feels simplistic and pretentious, doesn’t it? What I want is for my home to be inviting, homely, interesting, and comfortable. The thing is, if your home is all those things, it will, in effect, look … Read more

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  • 5 interior design rules meant to be broken

    Give a designer a rule, and they’ll show you the exception with surprising, stylish and colorful results. We spoke to five designers about the design rules they most like to break – ones that will encourage you to create your own unique home without limitations. Rule 1: White, light bedrooms create … Read more

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  • Could house price growth exceed 10 per cent in 2024?

    It has been a strong start to 2024 for Australian housing markets with house prices up already 2.2 per cent. If this rate of growth continues, it is possible that Australian house prices will increase more than 10 per cent this year. Fundamentally, there are many reasons why the outlook … Read more

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