It’s been around for ages, yet for the past 50 years we haven’t given it much praise. Thankfully, though, this wonderfully versatile finish is very much at the forefront of today’s interior trends.
Don’t miss the SA Home Owner Trends 2018 Special Edition, available on shelf from 2 January 2018.
Will rose gold still rule supreme? And are pineapples still premium? Here’s what’s likely to be trending in 2018.
We share some great ideas for introducing the latest colour trends into your home and outdoor areas.
Dulux colour consultant Palesa Ramaisa tells us why we should paint 2018 in a soothing shade of Pictured Rocks.
Kate Shepherd, creative director of events design company Something Different and online furniture store Something Desired, brings us her favourite home décor trends.
Kitchen spaces are ever-evolving. Here are some current kitchen ‘looks’ and ‘feels’ to ponder…
For 2017, the Pantone Colour Institute adds visual credence to the “green movement” with its colour of the year: Greenery (15-0343).
Robots, artificial intelligence (AI), sensors, 3D printing, the internet of things… 2017 is the year of home tech and then some.
One of the top interior trends we can look forward to in 2017.
Thanks to crowdfunding, there’s a lot happening in the home and decor space.
Velvet accents in the home are the in thing. If you’re looking for a trendy way to update your living spaces, velvet adds colour, texture and the luxe factor. We bring you a selection of rooms that use velvet to maximum effect.
A new generation of colourful Afro-focused design is sweeping through the continent.
For quite some time we’ve seen jungle prints popping up in the homes of the design set.
One of Pantone’s Colours of the Year for 2016, Rose Quartz is like the gemstone it’s named after.
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Where to study interior design in SA
SA Home Owner Trends 2018 Special Edition
For the love of bees!
December 12, 2017
Day 2 of 15 days!
December 11, 2017
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Update your poolside in five easy steps
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Bees are vital to the wellbeing of our planet and there are many ways to invite them into your garden. Here’s how to roll out the ‘Welcome Mat’…