My home the coastal city of Durban South Africa is well known for its magnificent beaches, hotels, world class shopping and diverse cultures that are steeped in history. What you may not know, is that hidden between the high rise buildings and residences are some of the most incredible Art Deco buildings dating back to the 1930’s. Continue reading “12 of Durban’s Art Deco Buildings you will just Adore”
We are surrounded by colour but most of us take it for granted, have you ever wondered for instance why the sky is blue? Colour makes sense when you have an understanding of where colour comes from (the theory). It helps you understand colour therapy which has an impact on colour trends. So why is the sky blue? Continue reading “Colour Sense: Ever wondered why the Sky is Blue?”
Hygge a buzz word that’s been around for a while, but if you haven’t heard of it, Hygge – pronounced hue-guh – is a Norwegian word meaning well-being. It is used to describe the Danish culture of celebrating what we already have and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Homes have a warm, cosy atmosphere where you can relax, eat comfort food and enjoy the company of friends and family. Continue reading “10 “Hygge” Touches to Cosy up your Home this Winter”
Colour Therapy is a holistic therapy with evidence dating back thousands of years. We are surrounded by colour but are rarely aware of the profound effect it has on us physically and emotionally. Colour Therapy harnesses the energies of light and the colours of the spectrum to correct any imbalances and bring the body back into harmony, restoring health and well-being. Continue reading “The link between Colour Therapy, Chakras and your Decor”
Entering Decorex Cape Town last week, I was subconsciously expecting to see a lot of classy, elegant black stands. Black and grey have been designer favourites at the show for a while. This was not the case at Decorex Cape Town, I walked into the show and my eyes nearly popped out when the stand in front of me – Mr Price – was eye candy in beautiful Indigo blues, with accents of green, gold and copper.