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I seem to be in a DIY mood this month and it’s a fair assessment to say that I am obsessed with books, both the content and the organization of my copious collection. Most covers are aesthetically appealing but are not very functional, which is a problem for me as my books aren’t there to hang [Read more….]

Make the Most of Your Coffee Table

Every surface needs a bit of restyling now and again, and the start of a new season is as good a reason as any. The key is to let the things you love lead the way. You can easily transform your coffee table into the heart of the living room with a few key pieces. [Read more….]

Create a Stylish, Organised Office

Who doesn’t love some Kate Spade, right? But I have to admit… most of my excitement is  actually for all her newly accessible stationery and office products. Creating a stylish and organised office, whether for work or home, it’s best if you start with a blank canvas which includes a good sized desk, storage units or a bookcase and of [Read more….]

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – Video Tutorial

I’m a huge fan of French Provincial and French Country interiors as they lend themselves to mixing and matching with other styles. You can really add your own flavour and personality stamp on your space by adding a hint of industrial or vintage with a well chosen piece of furniture mixed in with the neutral French Provencal palette.

Sleep Like a Princess… Best Reasons for Choosing a Memory Foam Mattress Topper

While traditional spring mattresses are adequate for a lot of people, the unique properties of memory foam can make the difference between a good night’s sleep and a great night’s sleep. If you don’t want to buy a whole new mattress, a memory foam mattress topper may be for you. Here are some of the best reasons buyers give for choosing [Read more….]

Spicy carrot and lentil soup

There is nothing quite like a nutritious homemade soup on a cold winter’s day. Topped off with some hot crusty bread…. yum! If you are lucky enough to have a soup maker, you’ll be able to whip this up in 15 minutes – just put ingredients in your soup maker rather than a saucepan. Check out our [Read more….]

Winter School Holiday Activities

The winter school holidays have just started, and keeping energetic kids busy and away from the television and computer games can be a challenge and potentially cause a few tantrums. Here are some indoor “adventures” you can try with them this winter, which I’m sure they will enjoy. Washi Tape Hop Scotch A roll of colourful [Read more….]

Old Fashioned Caramel Fudge

When I was in primary school, I started experimenting with cooking. I remember, playing around with ingredients adding a pinch of this and a pinch of that and ended up creating my very own biscuit recipe which I proudly called  ‘Beckies Bickies’.  Mum would say it was absolutely delicious … maybe it was, but probably it wasn’t! [Read more….]