I have been inspired recently to add something living to my interior design scheme - something green and sculptural, to add interest, height and balance to my living room. Here are my three top contenders: 1. The Fiddle Leaf Fig A sub-tropical variety of fig, this plant is designed for hot dry climates and needs very little water (tick!). It’s a slow grower (but can reach up to 12ft!) a...

I have been inspired recently to add something living to my interior design scheme - something green and sculptural, to add interest, height and balance to my living room. Here are my three top contenders: The Fiddle Leaf Fig A sub-tropical variety

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TALIAH LOWRY: OWNER + CREATIVE DIRECTOR, BYRON BEACH ABODES

Dining room with wall that opens to backyard

Serene NSW beach house filled with handmade furniture

Dining room with wall that opens to backyard - love the rustic wood table with clean lines and the basket hanging lamp.

Brunswick Extension

A New Living Pod Creates a Central Courtyard at This Brunswick Home

By Lana Guess what everybody? It's KITCHEN WEEK!!! YAY! And not only are we revealing my Santorini-style kitchen but also an innovative new room that I guarantee you've never heard of before! This room was a must-have in my "forever home" but if you Google it, I promise

EPISODE SEVEN

Exposed timber rafters and panelling on ceiling inside and outside. Glass along front section of deck that looks out on the pool. Clad height wall on eastern end of deck

The Hamptons look is rooted in American history but Australians have modernised the trend to suit a more laid back lifestyle. Get the top tips for renovating to achieve the look.

A Lesson in Coastal Style: Aussie Hamptons

The Hamptons look is rooted in American history but Australians have modernised the trend to suit a more laid back lifestyle. Get the top tips for renovating to achieve the look. I like the layout of the 2 lounges

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