Artists and creatives from Australia and around the world.


Broste SS14

Danish Interior Company Broste new Spring/Summer 2014 catalogue has some amazing photographs of both the products for sale and incredible experimental pictures. Styled by wonder-woman Nathalie Schwer and photographed by Line T. Klien the end result in beautiful!


Invisible Helmet

This is a crazy idea, but Swedish design students Anna and Terese have worked on creating an invisible bicycle helmet... Watch and be inspired!



Doors of Malta

Recently found at Cereal Magazine are these photos of Doors in Malta photographed by James Stapleton. I love the colours, shapes and textures that different entrances display... They make you want to walk up and open them!


The Home-Journal

This week on The Home-Journal I share my top 10 go-to shops for furniture and homewares in Sydney. I hope it helps! Read it here.


Diana Scherer

Nurture Studies by German born, Amsterdam based, fine art photographer Diana Scherer, is one of those simple ideas made beautifully that you wish you had thought of first. Over six months, Scherer grew seeds in different shaped vases which were removed at the end of the six months to unveil the roots in the shape of each vase. Such a simple idea which results in such beautiful work!


Alexandra Raben

At only twenty-four years old, Danish designer Alexandra Raben has begun creating furniture and lighting to froth over. Her Intricate range of lighting underlines the need to make space for the fine, unique objects that require patience and fascinating craftsmanship. Inspiration was found in feathers, transparency and contrasts which led to the design of a steel framed pendant light with coiled wire and thread hand-woven through, forming a thin surface of patterns. From afar the range reminds me of stained glass windows which display similar characteristics of effecting light and shadows.


Gray Malin

Photographer Gray Malin is having a Holiday Sale starting today! A limited number of a collection of his best sellers are reduced in price for one week only, so rush in before they go! Ps they're incred.


The Home-Journal

This week on The Home-Journal I write about interior and exterior Living Walls. Get to know how to build one, and also the positives to having one at your home! Click here to read it.


Haptic Lab

Brooklyn based multidisciplinary design studio Haptic Lab was founded in 2009 by architect Emily Fischer. It began as a project after Emily's mum was diagnosed with glaucoma to be wayfinding tools for the visually impaired. Emily started by making quilted maps and now has extended to kites and furniture that combine traditional craft techniques with new technologies. If there is a map of somewhere you particularly would like, Haptic Lab offers custom made orders also. 


Converted Hat Factory in Brussels

This beautiful loft in the centre of Brussels, Belgium has a history as an old industrial building which was home to a hat factory. Transformed by owners Fatti & Pierre, the loft is styled through the combination of Fatti's feminine touch and Pierre's amateur architecture. The home results in a beautiful airy home with vintage and modern pieces. 

Photos from here


The Home-Journal

This week on the Home-Journal I've written about the cutest and coolest cat house around. If you've ever struggled with finding something for your cat to play with in the house that doesn't take away from the rest of your decorating, then here's your solution!