When Amy Eaton commissioned Andrea Pienaar to create the latest Ohh campaign, I put Andrea to work on a creating us a ‘top tips’ to go with it. Fun Fact: both ladies have 3 boys like me, so you see, rugs and boys can live harmoniously.
Photography by Gathering Light
Interiors should be seamless. Making that exercise just a little bit smoother Andrea is actually a GLOBEWEST preferred designer - meaning she not only regularly sources from GW but she knows their product extremely well. This is good news for you!
Belinda Kailis nails the brief. “The recessed shapes of the vanity’s drawers create that classic feel, while the dual vessel basins in concrete and matching mirrors make a modern statement.”. Click here for full feature from Reece.
Photography Shot by Thom
Fresh off the back of another stunning display home for Webb Brown Neaves, Melissa walks us the through the new ‘Palm Springs’ in Mosman Park. If you’re a breeze blocks fan, this is the home for you.
Palm Springs on the downlow. Design by Tim Davies Landscaping
Right here in Perth’s Karrinyup, check out how Studio Atelier turned this 1970’s mission brown brick bungalow into a resort styled costal home with nods to Byron, inside out living, painted brick (a personal fave) and good old family vibes.
Built for the Gillespie’s who owner/built the project, the cost came in around $370,000 and is an absolute testament to ‘renovate don’t detonate’. Currently featured on Homes to Love.
DEBRA HAYES FLORAL
Literally a floral institution in P-town, Debra Hayes has recently gone back to her roots and is her own shop owner again.
Formerly part of the starting 6 that established Angove Street Collective, Deb made the huge move - across the the road! Yep, that’s right. For those of you thinking “Oh no, where did she go” - the answer is - not far.
34 Angove Street to be exact. The perfect space to shop and workshop.
Talk about convenient. You can hit Deb’s insta for more of her florally goodness.