Welcome to the Blog
I love to share my knowledge and experiences with others. When it comes to interior design, the thought of it can be overwhelming for a lot of people. I hope to help by providing tips, advice and inspiration in my blog. I aim to encourage creativity and provoke design ideas that can benefit you and your everyday life. If you like what you read, please share and pass on to others. Most of all I look forward to your comments and feedback!
2020 has been quite some year! Full of extreme highs and low, let’s take a closer look at the year thats past, the good, the bad and the ugly
What is the purpose of the workplace post-pandemic and why go back to the office when we can work from home in our pajamas?
A Reception is just like a business card and people will judge you and the business by this. Here’s my top 5 tips to create a great and memorable one
I can’t believe the time has come already! 2019 in review and mixed emotions as Baby Schultz #2 impending arrival approaches.
Looking back on the year that has been and what has shaped our 2018. The good, the bad and the ugly.
It’s easy to get caught up in ‘What’s hot right now’ but I’ve got a few reasons How and Why NOT to follow latest design trends.
I’m setting off to the greatest city in the world NYC but I can’t have all the fun so here’s 4 reasons why you need to take a holiday too.
I often hear the complaint of how noisy open plan offices are! ''Huh what was that'' you say!? Given the fact that open plan offices are here to stay due to the ever-increasing cost of floor space and city density I’m going to share with you my 4 top tips for helping...
Plain white walls of Modernism are slowly phasing out as we see wallpaper making its striking grand entry back into the design world. Technology and digital printing has bought a whole new generation of wallpapers to the market which is SO exciting.
Furniture can be one of the largest expenses when completing a fitout. Scared?! Without the right furniture advice on a commercial fitout project, I see all too often, furniture selections being left till last. Of course, this is when the client is at the skinny end...