Posts tagged as "wallpaper"

Posted by the trend stalker on 14th August 2012

Your Wall Doesn’t Have to be a Wallflower

As my great aunt Maude always said: “white walls are only for hospitals, prisons and desperately sad people.” Well, I didn’t much believe her because her anti-white walls comeback was an assortment of cat-lady patterned wallpapers. No, she never got to the point of having cat wallpaper. So, this week we follow in great aunt […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 3rd April 2012

A place for paper

While the world is moving towards creating a paperless environment, there is definitely one place that paper “belongs” – on your walls. As Ballito-based Bel Muro puts it: “Plain walls are out! Walls with personality are in!” And, it seems, so is this paper-based décor trend. contemporary bedroom design by boise interior designer Judith Balis

Posted by the trend stalker on 15th February 2012

Just pin it!

This Trend Stalker has a new obsession: Pinterest. For those who haven’t heard of it – and I hadn’t until yesterday – it’s an inspiration site filled with the most gorgeous pics, from which you “pin” your favourites to create themed moodboards. I thought it sounded a bit pointless. Until I tried it … I just […]

Posted by the trend stalker on 18th November 2011

Guest loos for dummies

“Each man that’s in the side that’s in goes out, and when he’s out he comes in and the next man goes in until he’s out. When they are all out, the side that’s out comes in and the side that’s been in goes out and tries to get those coming in, out. Sometimes you […]

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 22nd March 2011

Big ideas for small(er) budgets: Thinking outside the box

It’s been said that money can’t buy you happiness and here at The Furnishing Touch we know that money doesn’t necessarily buy you great design. So, if money’s not the must-have ingredient for cookin’ up great design, then what is? Well, that dear readers is a simple question with a one word answer – creativity! […]