Posts tagged as "design"

Posted by the trend stalker on 16th December 2015

Form in motion

14 December 2015, Johannesburg: The latest motion furniture is no longer the frumpy and faded designs we think of from the past. Amazing advances in technology and a plethora of customisable features have brought motion furniture straight into the New Age. Claire Gibson, from La-Z-Boy, the company that pioneered the way with the first reclining […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 7th October 2015

Motion furniture for optimal wellbeing

Not merely a luxury item, motion furniture is beneficial to health and quality of life, especially for senior citizens or those suffering from medical conditions. 28 September 2015, Johannesburg: Motion furniture provides the perfect place to relax and unwind in complete comfort, but it also has many health benefits. Ryan Beattie from La-Z-Boy, the company […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 7th October 2015

In motion

Ryan Beattie from leading motion furniture manufacturer, La-Z-Boy, offers a breakdown on why motion furniture is a rising seating trend. 29 July 2015, Johannesburg: Motion seating is taking the furniture world by storm, and with their combination of comfort, functionality and style, it’s not difficult to see why. Ryan Beattie, from leading motion furniture manufacturer, […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 25th June 2013

Conscious spacial awareness

Creating spaces where function leads form is the purpose of today’s post. While interior décor focuses on fabrics, colours and finishes – the most important of all is the function of your space. Modern Dining Room by Seattle Architects & Designers Eggleston Farkas Architects Let areas seem larger and every corner exude purpose, let space […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 13th June 2013

Does this come in houndstooth?

Well yes it does… Inspiration came from the very cup I drink from, so as an ode to my duotone-textile-pattern-characterized-by-broken-checks-or-abstract-four-pointed-shapes, it comes in all things hounds tooth for today’s post. Contemporary Family Room by Dallas Interior Designers & Decorators Catherine Dolen & Associates

Posted by the trend stalker on 6th June 2013


It is not the same as kitsch folks Wikipedia has enlightened me on the difference. Baroque is an adjective “relating to or denoting a style of European architecture, music, and art of the 17th and 18th centuries that followed mannerism and is characterised by ornate detail. In architecture the period is exemplified by the palace […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 4th June 2013

Open your doors to the ||French|| way of things

C’est la vie! Leaving my French château styled home this morning and starting my day with a croissant and coffee in my Paris mug, made me realise the obvious – today’s post is all for things French, despite the English’s dismay… Traditional Entry by Birmingham Interior Designers & Decorators Mary Evelyn Interiors

Posted by the trend stalker on 28th May 2013

Go and sit in the corner and think about what you’ll do…

Transforming those awkward and bare corners into a more functional, useful and pretty area forms the purpose of this Tuesday’s post. Since corner’s are often tricky and for this reason under-dressed or not even touched, here are a few ideas on how to occupy all corners, if you will, of your house. Eclectic Bedroom by […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 21st May 2013

Set in style//part 2//series

Inspire your interiors with the series that inspire you – I know, after watching the stylings of Suits and the likes, I most definitely should have been a lawyer. And, after watching Victoria’s reign of power in Revenge, it’s certain (not that it wasn’t) marrying for money only gets you… an awesome house… kidding.

Posted by the trend stalker on 14th May 2013

Chandeliers & lamps for ladies

I once decided to apply for architecture – one of the tasks was to design a lamp, so off I went and drew inspiration from where ever would yield it. It had to display signs of a future architect, so needed to light up, if you will, the design critics heart. Some of my inspiration […]