Posts tagged as "design trends"

Posted by the trend stalker on 25th May 2012

Tribal Chic That’s Chic

Happy Africa Day! If you much like I am, dear reader, are a design snob then you have watched Jerseylicious and other television nightmares set at “Safaris” or somewhere in Africa with disdain at how bad and pedestrian the décor is. eclectic living room design by portland photographer KuDa Photography

Posted by the trend stalker on 28th December 2011


In this post I’m not bringing you any tips on decor or trend alerts, I don’t have any smart DIY tricks to share with you. Instead this trend stalker went digging into cyberspace’s archive to find the best of 2011. This is a review of the design that was inspired by Pantone’s forecast of a […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 14th December 2011


A design trend that is slowly rearing its beautifully eclectic head in a chic form is the use of old wood in a new way, re purposed wood – or is it refurbished? No, I think it’s recycled and reused wood, but whatever you call it this trend is here to stay as it is […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 8th December 2011

Beauty in a Spray can: Graffiti Comes home

When most people think graffiti they probably think of a derelict run down inner-city of whichever Metropolis they imagine to be the dirtiest hub of horrors, I imagine there’s an interior decorators’ club devoted to sipping chardonnay and discussing just how vile graffiti is. Good thing that this trend stalker isn’t much of a design […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 11th April 2011

Making a statement: Interiors that speak your mind

The other night I was eating dinner at my mom’s (nothing like a home-cooked mid-week pick me up) and found more than just a good meal, I found the subject of this blog post: Words in décor. You see, hanging above a counter in my mom’s kitchen, in between the microwave and the gas stove […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 16th February 2011

The home office: Do your homework…

If you’re a fan of flexi-time, a supporter of self-employment or simply just lucky enough to dodge the traffic by working from home, then you probably have a home office. If your home office conjures up images of a young Harry Potter in a cupboard under the stairs, or leaves a lot to be desired […]