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There are some basic rules to follow when it comes to interior decorating – and also ways to bend those rules! This is my take on the how to attain the right balance to style your living space in a perfectly imperfect way.

Essentials, Style Guides June 21, 2017

Styling the Home with LED Pillar Candles

When it comes to candle lighting, I believe the more the merrier. Stylodeco’s new LED pillar candles are not only pretty and of great quality, they easily create a cosy atmosphere in any living space. Plus, LED candles have so many assets in comparison to the traditional wax candles. Here is why.

Dining, Style Guides May 18, 2017

Styling Nilufer, Organic Tea brand

I met Leah from Nilufer a couple of months ago. She needed help to style her organic teas in store. We worked together on an attractive way to showcase her beautiful products, while respecting the brand’s image and philosophy. Check out her teas, they’re amazing!

Get Inspired, Style Guides November 7, 2016


Marble has a formidable history and a reputation that tends toward the stately and majestic. It is a bold and awe-inspiring element of nature. Its use in art, architecture and design dates back thousands of years to ancient Egypt and Mesopotamian cultures. Marble is a natural resource that is inherently strong and distinctly alluring. However, as a style element of home design, marble is often featured in grand and ornate design schemes that overwhelm and depersonalise a space.

Get Inspired, Style Guides October 30, 2016


Concrete might not immediately spring to mind when it comes to interior design. However, concrete has undergone a remarkable transformation over the last few years. What was once considered a strictly utilitarian material has been reimagined and embraced by innovative designers who are creating sophisticated interiors and captivating home décor.

Essentials, Style Guides June 27, 2016


Prized for centuries for its beauty, versatility and environmental benefits, bamboo has long been an essential element in home design. Its strength and durability in challenging climates makes it an ideal material for architects and interior designers.