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It’s so hard to believe that the year is already half over! But, this means that it’s time to reflect on some of our content that you have all been absolutely loving! There has been a mixture of content coming out on Silk Home’s blog lately, from inspiration boards to colour

Single Bedrooms

Often used for children, teens  and studies, single bedrooms offer a wide variety of exploration for design as they typically offer more room than bedrooms with  double beds. One of the biggest advantages to have a single bed in a bedroom is the availability of desk space. This is perfect for

Vignettes

Vignettes are small arrangements of bits and pieces in coffee tables, book shelves, benches and anywhere else that are placed in specific places with specific items to bring texture and warmth to a room. The ways in which vignettes are arranged is not random, in order to have a successful and

Beautiful rustic chic

Textures timbers and neutral tones are key elements of rustic chic interior design. This style is all about texture and colour - particular pieces can vary from many other design styles. French provincial, vintage, Scandinavian, industrial and retro are some popular interior design styles that go hand in hand with rustic

Master Bedroom

Master bedrooms can be tricky. Sure, you spend a lot of time in there, but for most people, the majority of that time is spent sleeping. It's for this reason that many people have a complaisant attitude when it comes to the master bedroom, which is totally understand about. Who

Seller to Buyer: What You Need To Know

Selling your home can be terrifying task and sometimes seem a little too much. Some easy things to think of that will make the whole process 10 times easier are: What suburb you live in Is it local or rural? Close to schools and shops? Is this area easy to get to? Who

Guest Bedroom

Often overlooked, guest bedrooms tend to either feel completely untouched and bare or they double as storage room for things you only use once a year, like a Christmas tree! Seeing as the guest bedroom is one of the most unused rooms in the house, this is understandable. Who really cares

Open Plan Spaces

Open plan living spaces seem to be a recent phenomenon in the architecture industry, and so they should be! They bring people together and can be used as a space for everyone and everything instead of leaving set activities to set rooms. Unlike older houses where it is clear what room

Retro Spaces

Retro interior design - groovy colours and patterns. Orange timber furniture, tapered legs, curves, bright pops of colour, crazy floral patterns and shag rugs. The retro 60's era was also the era of designer furniture - Eames, Noguchi, Thonet Bentwoods, Le Corbusier, Xavier Pauchard, Hans Wegner, are just a couple of designs/designers