Rattan has been around since forever and while people tend to use it in their gazebos or outdoors, it can be the perfect piece of the puzzle in your indoor setting. These bring a classy welcoming feel that adds a warm feeling to your home.
Your home is where you have the opportunity to build a relationship with the natural world in your own way. From adding an indoor pot plant or paving the way for natural light where possible, to some more serious modifications or additions such as natural timber beams or even furniture showing he natural grain of the wood are some achievable examples of biophilic design.
Buying right means that the furniture you buy at the end of the day is not only able to support your overall way of living but also make it better. So while choosing furniture in terms of how it looks, what it can be used for or how long it will last, the following guidelines […]
Lumbering resources have been exploited for as long as we have been on the planet. Now, these resources are at a stage where their unsustainable use is hurting the earth. In the midst, the answer might lie in the mango tree wood.
Featured Image Credit: Wood Melbourne Interiors trends have always evolved slowly but surely. Here is what we think has trickled down from the year that has past and is only going gain popularity in 2019.
WHAT IS WABI-SABI? Started originally in ancient China, but was established in Zen Buddhism, with its concept in Japanese. The Wabi-Sabi concept focuses on accepting and taking in imperfections that are surrounding us. It is about giving credit to and accepting the flaws and transience in our surroundings, taking the world for the natural beauty […]