Monthly Archives December 2018

Wonderful world of Succulents

If you have never traditionally been a ‘green thumb’ and struggle to keep plants alive than look no further than succulents. These amazing plants can survive almost anywhere – as long as you don’t try and take too much care for them!
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Urban Orchard

Living in an inner city suburb more often than not trees are replaced with new buildings and extensions that take up every square metre of green space. Gone are the days we actually have the room or space to have a garden let alone something as extravagant as a veggie patch or an orchard fruit trees.
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Handy tips for your next Timber Decking DIY

When embarking on your next DIY outdoor project, you might want to consider timber decking as a hard surface option. Not only is it incredibly versatile, when navigating sloped areas, it also provides a ‘soft’ finish to your trafficable areas.
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The Winter Room

The Australian winter can occasionally be grey, dreary and bitterly cold – much like an English summer. However, the sun does shine and we often don’t take advantage of it, shunning away from the outdoors and hibernating inside with a hot chocolate.
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The verge – how Australian is that!

The Australian verge is a typology within itself. Although they come in varying shapes and sizes a common theme exists - a large patch of lawn (or weeds) with a council tree or streetlight placed upon it.
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The Perfect Chair

For some reason, I am a large collector of chairs. We have more chairs than is necessary and for some reason, the obsession continues. We have dining chairs, vintage chairs, retro chairs and even a velvet steel framed chair.
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