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One of the most exciting and challenging roles I have embraced as a Designer, is the South East Queensland District Exhibit.  These exhibits are the largest of their kind in the Southern Hemisphere and are not for the faint hearted. 200 sqm’s of exhibit, constructed on a 20 degree slope, […]

The preparation of a home for sale is often one of the most difficult but rewarding of projects.  They aren’t kidding when they say it is up there with one of the most stressful times of your life and as such, the herculean task of dividing yourself from the clutter […]

Saying goodbye to our beautiful Station House back in 2015 was certainly a mixture of sadness and relief.  Our children had grown up there.  We had lost our beloved family dog there.  This house was our home.  We had laughed, struggled, renovated and celebrated so many milestones together as a […]

This post is long over due, so please bare with me while I catch up on a back log of projects … this amazing bathroom make-over being one of them. The first two (2) photos are what we purchased when the sale on our Station House settled back in 2006. […]

We have been hard at work in and around our very own Shabby Shac this year.  Not only is our home a hive of activity with a busy family, darling vintage pooch (who just happens to be all white – honestly! – I didn’t paint him), new pieces constantly being […]

  I have been dwelling on a brave but simple renovation for my pretty Shabby Shac for the longest time.  Inspired by the coloured Victorian terrace houses and stores of Portobello Road in West London, I was yearning to add a splash of colour to the understated beauty of my […]