Waterwise gardens needn’t be dull and boring. Here’s how to fill your garden with colour and interest without wasting precious water.
Green-fingered entrepreneur Denny Mo’s fascinating terrariums will breathe life into your home.
Perfect for apartments, bookshelves and even office desks, all terrariums require to thrive is indirect light and the odd mist of water.
Gaining popularity at a rapid pace, succulents are a great pick for both indoors or out.
From finding the perfect shower caddy to deciding which rose is right, there’s a lot to think about when setting up the shower you’ve always wanted.
Growing your own food is easier than you think and the rewards are plentiful! Here’s some advice to get you started.
With dam levels across the country at an all-time low and the prospect for good summer rainfall looking bleaker by the day, we should all do what we can to save water – starting at home.
With their structured leaves, unique shapes, colourful blooms and low-maintenance care plan, air plants take ‘living’ home décor to a whole new level…
With summer in full swing, there is no better place to entertain guests, share family dinners, read books and watch kids play than on the patio!
Instantly ‘green’ and add freshness to your indoor spaces by hanging plants from the ceiling or wall.
Vertical gardens are the solution to every city dwellers need for green.
Most people use conservatories for entertaining or lounging around but they are also popular for home offices and kitchen extensions.
We chat to the gutsy young marketer and digital highflier about Stand 47, an innovative and sustainable concept in home design.
An atrium is the ideal way to bring ‘the outside’ inside. Here’s why – and how…
Plan, decorate and ‘grow’ a balcony space you’ll love to linger in.
A new way of life
Capitalising on kitchen nooks
Moments in time
Home robots are taking over
January 17, 2017
January 16, 2017
January 13, 2017
Make every drop count
January 12, 2017
We meet Kirsten Townsend
January 11, 2017
Robots, artificial intelligence (AI), sensors, 3D printing, the internet of things… 2017 is the year of home tech and then some.