We recently discovered a fantastic new café in Sandton that will satisfy your craving for cool design and top-quality beans.
Nutrient-rich soil is the secret to a successful garden. Starting a compost heap at home is an easy and eco-savvy way to give your garden the boost it needs.
Transform your garden into a water-wise haven by adding cacti and succulents.
There’s a revival in new-generation botanicals. So dress your bedroom in the latest nature-inspired prints.
With the picturesque Simonsberg Mountains as a backdrop, the diverse garden at Babylonstoren is nature at its most grandiose.
Set the scene for a memorable Christmas by decorating your festive table with flair.
Outdoor kitchens are the next frontier in alfresco dining.
From foliage-inspired accessories to practical tools, we share gift ideas for green fingers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Even the smallest patio can benefit from stylish furniture, says Alon Sachs of Mobelli Furniture + Living.
As the year winds down, it’s time to step out in style. We share some of the latest outdoor must-haves.
Herwe Truniger, owner of Easigrass Cape Town, shares some of the latest gardening trends and lets us in on some tricks of the trade.
Florists Nick Paton and Daniela Guglielmetti, of Lush Flowers, recently raised the roof with one of their installations. It seems the sky’s the limit for this dynamic husband-and-wife duo.
Although gardens in summer-rainfall regions are looking lush and green, we shouldn’t throw caution to the wind. It’s time that traditional gardening gets a serious reboot.
Craig Tabor-Raeside, owner of CRÉMA Design, talks to us about the latest outdoor décor trends.
We share some great ideas for introducing the latest colour trends into your home and outdoor areas.
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Textile is one of our oldest industries, and it continues to develop, showing no signs of slowing down. Here’s how to use fashion as inspiration for your interior spaces.