All great interior design follows some very simple rules that help create spaces that really work. Lucy Sutherland reports.by Lucy Sutherland
When people hear the word 'minimalism' they immediately envisage a modern, stark space devoid of warmth or personality. But it can actually be quite the opposite. Prue Royle investigates.by Prue Royle
Many people choose to live on the peninsula because they love the location, so styling your home to reflect its landscape makes perfect sense, writes Kirsten Clarke.by Kirsten Clarke
Kirsten Clarke, an interior stylist and colour consultant, speaks with Peninsula Living about the latest home styling trend that has been around for centuries.
Trends within the decorating sphere come and go, so if you're time poor and keen to create a relaxed, yet sophisticated style in your home, it's worth knowing how to develop a 'classical style' that will stay 'in fashion' for many years to come.by International School of Colour and Design
Wanting to refresh your home andn ot spend a small fortune? Successful decorating is all about being smart with what you have or thinking outside the square to achieve an individual look.by International School of Colour and Design
It’s the question interior designers around the world are asked on a daily basis – “Help! How do I make my pokey lounge/dining/bed room look larger than it is?”by International School of Colour and Design
Now that we are having such lovely sunny weather, it is a great time to look at indoor plants as a decorating tool to change the feel of a room for the summer months.
Spring is in the air! High on most checklists is to give the home a coat of paint, even though people often lack colour confidence.by International School of Colour and Design
At the start of every season magazines, blogs and television programs are filled with clothes and homewares in the latest must-have colours.
All of us have heard of feng shui, (pronounced ‘fung shway’,) but how many of us really understand what it is?by Judy Judd-Sandwell
Interior design focuses on the features that are found inside a home or office, such as the walls, windows, doors, finishes, textures, lights, furnishings and furniture.by James McAuley - The Building Centre
The ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui has attracted a growing number of adherents in Australia, especially among householders who believe in its ability to channel ‘positive life forces’ into their properties.by the Housing Industry Association
Looking for colourful interior inspiration? We bring you the latest trends in colour for interior decorating, as well as practical tips on using colours to their best effect in your home.by Alicia Law
The task of interior decorating for your home can appear challenging. But with a little forward planning, the whole project can become a lot of fun.by Alicia Law