What Makes A Home Australian? A Guide To Australian Architecture and Innovation


Australia has had a vibrant architectural history, one which has seen the rise of iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and the new Parliament House. Australia is a large country, however, and the architecture has developed differently from one region to the next to account for weather and other conditions. Perhaps the most […]

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Online Gardening Tools and Resources


While you generally associate gardening with the great outdoors, the Internet is chock-full of websites, apps, videos, online courses, and tips for helping discover your green thumb. If you’re ever looking for advice, inspiration, or a solution to a planting problem, the Internet should be your first point of call. But a simple Google search […]

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How to Create a Home Library in a Small Space


It’s one thing to digitise your movie and music collection, but there’s something so pleasant about acquiring books over the years. They may take up some space, but the beauty and wisdom of a good book collection is hard to pass up for a faceless tablet. Books provide pleasant and tangible entertainment, not to mention […]

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The Homeowner’s Guide to Colour Theory

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One of the final steps in the construction of a new home, before the happy owners can finally move in, is the painting of the walls and ceilings. This is a very important step because paint has two vital functions: both to protect your walls and improve the look of your home. (more…)

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How to Organise Your Home, Room by Room


Moving into a new home, everything is positioned carefully and consideration is given to the placement of every item. Your room is organised, your cupboards are organised, and there’s no better feeling than the sweet content of a clear mind and clear home. But over time, we accumulate more objects, we become lazy with putting […]

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