My personal view on bathrooms is the more plants and art the better! I purchased this cute piece from RedGateArts on Etsy. There are so many colourful pieces from this artist that I am already eyeing off a few more.
** In Collaboration ** Energy efficiency is something that we’re all growing more concerned about. An inefficient home can be bad for the environment, it can be cold, and it can mean that your energy bills are much higher than they need to be. On the other hand, an efficient home is comfortable, often happier and more relaxed, with far more reasonable energy bills and is significantly more environmentally friendly. You may worry that creating a more efficient home will be costly, time-consuming, or that it will uproot your home life. Fortunately, many of the changes are small, easy, and quick to implement. Let’s take a look at some of them. Look at Your Heating Old heating systems can be poor quality, expensive, and especially wasteful. If your bills are very high, but your home never seems to be a comfortable temperature, start by looking into more efficient gas heating systems. Make Some Repairs Often, our homes become more inefficient over time. If your radiators need bleeding, they may be less effective. If your window seals are damaged, they may be letting heat out in the winter, and warm air in during the summer months. Damaged windows and doors can also lead to a wasteful loss of energy. Walk around your home and make a list of anything that needs repairing. Change Your Habits Another very common cause of loss of heat and wasted energy at home is our own […]
My vision for the main bathroom is jungle x gallery. There are currently ten plants and three pieces of art, and I am not done yet (with art that is, plants are done!). I wanted to get a bright bath mat and found the cutest one from a brand called Sage X Clare– they have heaps of options. It is […]
The dining room may just be my favourite room in the house. The character of the fire place and size of the bookshelves are reasons that I fell in love with this city cottage. So I wanted to share some specific details from this room. One side of the bookshelves is basically completely full of books (aside from a little […]
**In Collaboration** The home is where we the majority of us spend most of our time. Whether it be to sleep, relax, socialise, and bring up a family. It is a fundamentally important place. A lot of us are fed up of looking at the same four walls and old furniture, that when we go home, instead of feeling upbeat, […]
** In Collaboration ** When you live in a flat and do not have easy access to a garden, achieving any kind of natural atmosphere seems like a bit of an impossible task. Lacking green outdoor space doesn’t have to mean that you say goodbye to Mother Nature, as there are several different adjustments and investments that you can make […]
I am obsessed with my house plants, and my collection is continuously growing!
**In Collaboration** Businesses are facing increasing pressure to reduce their carbon footprint, but it can be tricky to find ways to effectively limit your impact on the environment. For organisations operating in Australia, it’s essential to find the right balance between adopting eco-friendly processes and minimising costs. Find cost-effective ways to green your business with these top tips… Recycle on-site […]
It has been almost three months since my last ‘house update‘ blog post so I thought it was time for a new one. The bar has had a few new additions, and was also used for a party for the first time a few weeks ago! Some more plants have been added including some chilli plants which I just potted […]
Indoor plants aren’t just visually pleasing (& great for Instagram pictures) – there’s a few psychological benefits hidden among their leaves too: Stress reduction Are you a fan of red-flowering geraniums? If you would describe yourself as a ‘stressed woman’, then your answer most certainly should be yes. A 2002 study(1) revealed that red-flowering geraniums may promote faster and more […]