There's nothing quite as indulgent as the experience of wrapping yourself in pure linen sheets each night. The soft, breathable fabric has a way of making the most repetitive and routine daily task - sleeping - something truly luxurious.
Today, we speak to Virginia Feldtman, founder of the Melbourne-based luxury textiles brand Bedouin Societe, who explains her desire to create everyday products that allow functionality and beauty to cohabitate.
From travel-show host to soap star, business presenter and now textiles designer, Katrina Hobbs has definitely had what you could call a dynamic career.
Today, we sit down with this New Zealand-born textiles designer to talk about what drew her to the world of design, her stunning new range of printed cushions and why they make the perfect unique gifts.
Today we're excited to talk to Three Birds Renovations Creative Director, Bonnie Hindmarsh, about their recent office HQ redesign, which saw our beautiful Francis Sofa in Old Rose take centre stage. Its grungy pink tone was the perfect fit for the trio's "dirtyblushcrush" palette, creating a feminine, fresh and invigorating workspace.
Hear how Bonnie and the team created this beautiful space in this exclusive interview!
If you believe you need a large space to create a beautiful home, then think again. Designer-builder, Indi Hangan has created Melbourne's fastest growing Tiny Homes business and is here to completely change the way you think about space and style.
Here, we speak to Indy about how he fits a functional, comfortable and beautiful home onto a trailer - yes, a trailer.
Armed with almost nothing more than mattresses and personal belongings, Penny, her daughters and their 2 cats have transformed this house from bare rooms and naked walls into a beautiful family home.
Watch the video and read the interview!
We take you on an adventure into the whimsical, colourful world of Melbourne-based artist Mark McCarthy in this exclusive studio visit.
Whether you’re bursting with energy and ready to tackle the next paint job, or you just really need to find somewhere to relax, The Daily Telegraph has prepared some solid suggestions to help you on your way.