Get The Look: Mad About Faux Fur

We’re embracing the drop in temperature this week, since it gives us all a great excuse to layer-up and keep warm.

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Faux fur is a great way to keep the cold away, especially if you’re heading out for dinner and drinks during the evening. If you feel like you’re missing out, not to worry! We have teamed up with THE ICONIC to bring you some seriously cool faux fur threads for winter.

Lined jackets




Long coats


Short Jackets




April 24, 2015

Interior Design Trends For Autumn

Redecorate your home with some of the seasons hottest interior design trends for the colder months of the year.

It’s time to bring out the blankets, fluffy cushions and thick rugs to combat the colder temperatures, and make your house look good at the same time.

RELATED: How To Start Your Own Terrarium

Faux fur

Who doesn’t love a little faux fur in their home? Whether you decide to incorporate a blanket, cushion, rug or throw, the possibilities are endless with this signature autumnal trend.

If you do decide on a rug, make sure to place some non-stick layers underneath so it doesn’t move out of place.

Interior Design Trends For Autumn


Warm, woody candles are a must-have for the autumn-winter season. Keep them away from a window so they can burn evenly, and remember to trim them before lighting. Soy-based candles require little to no maintenance, and the glass can also be used to store the essentials after it’s been cleaned.

They also help to set the warm and cozy ambience that we all want to achieve during the colder seasons.

Interior Design Trends For Autumn


A low-maintenance way to bring some greenery into your home is with a terrarium. These are small groups of plants (mostly cactus and succulents), which last forever only need to be watered sparingly.

Keep them in direct sunlight (on a window sill) for best results.

Interior Design Trends For Autumn

Wall hangings

Creating your own art hanging is as easy as stapling your favourite piece of fabric onto a canvas.

Ikea and other craft stores sell fabrics by the metre, and you can easily come up with a creative piece for every room of the house. They are also more homely than a traditional painting.

Interior Design Trends For Autumn

Timber chairs

Nail that Scandinavian style by incorporating some timber tables and chairs into your living room or study. You can then accessorise them with faux fur throws which look and feel so luxurious.

Interior Design Trends For Autumn

Images via Poppy Talk, Only Deco Love, Gritty Pretty, Erika Brechtel, Lamb and Blonde, Tumblr

March 18, 2015

5 Ways To Decorate Your Non-Functioning Fireplace

Fireplaces are great pieces of interior design and can mean an amazing feature in your living, dining or bedroom – especially if it’s not being used.

Try some of these trends to bring some life to your fireplace, especially if you have no intention of using it.

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If you’re an avid collector of magazines, then you would be familiar with the stress of storing them – especially if they’re different sizes!

Simply pack them all away into a large drawer and move it into the fireplace. You can put some of your favourites at the top, and rotate them on the coffee table.



Grab a few of your favourite scented candles and use them in an old fireplace. This way, you won’t have any issues about the hot wax spilling everywhere, and they are really easy to clean up and start over.


Stacked wood

Another great option if you’re a fan of the rustic look, and like a little DIY. Simply glue each round onto a board, and position it perfectly into the fireplace when you’re done!

5 Ways To Decorate Your Non-Functioning Fireplace

Dog bed

Okay, this one might seem a little weird at first, but it’s perfect if you’re living in a small, terrace house without any extra room.

Lay down a faux fur shrug which is perfect for keeping your pet warm during winter!

5 Ways To Decorate Your Non-Functioning Fireplace


Add in a few customised shelves into your non-functioning fireplace for extra storage, or simply to display your beloved trinkets.

5 Ways To Decorate Your Non-Functioning Fireplace

Images via Better Homes and Gardens, Wall Spirit, Pepper Design Blog, Dwell, The Design Tabloid

March 10, 2015