How to Choose Flowers for Every Occasion

by When it comes to such things as first dates, weddings, new babies and all sorts of celebrations and sad occasions, there’s nothing quite like flowers as a mark of love and respect. The perfect bouquet is a thoughtful, personal gift that can […]

Why Furniture Matters When Designing Your Home

by If you’re planning to redecorate your home, you’ll need to choose the right furniture. Whether it’s the bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen or elsewhere, furniture plays an instrumental role in interior design. It Can Make Spaces Look Bigger or Smaller You […]

The No-Crunch Way To A Flatter Stomach

by In today’s abdominal workout we are leaving the crunches at home… This exercise focuses on easy variations of the plank targeting core as well working the glutes and hamstrings. This exercise also promotes proper posture and improves balance. In this video […]

Health Benefits of Indoor Plants

by The number of Australians living in high-rise apartments doubled between 1991 and 2011, and that trend has continued since then. The quarter-acre dream is fast disappearing and larger blocks and family gardens along with it. As more people move from country […]

Another Pair Of Hands

by We’ve all been there. Too much to do and simply not enough time to do it all. The old “another pair of hands” plea that more often or not results in ……. nothing. Well, help is here in the form of […]

5 Reasons Why Decluttering Is Good For You

by Have you been feeling frazzled and anxious lately? Maybe questioning your control on life? Are you struggling to unwind and relax? If yes, it could be that it’s time to declutter. Clutter fuels disorganisation and can bring with it embarrassment, stress […]

Sustainability In The Home

by SheBrisbane had a chat with Natania Hinwood, founder of eco-friendly office and homeware brand and online store, Sachi and Daphs. This is what she had to say about taking sustainability to the next level… Did you know, the average Australian family of […]

Kids Playroom Design Ideas for Small-Spaces

by SheBrisbane caught up with Stacey Cooper, a creative individual and DIY enthusiast who shared her tips on combining imagination and small spaces to create an epic playroom for kids. This is what she had to say… When you’re a parent, there are […]

Green, The Colour of Love!

by She Brisbane asked WARWICK interior designer Kaylene Harris what colour she couldn’t live with out. This is what she had to say… “It’s no secret that I’m a lover of colour, so when Pantone announced last week its colour of the year for […]

The one hour dress

by I found myself in the strange circumstance of attending a sewing class. I say strange because I claim no great skills in this area nor have I ever really aspired to create my own, or anyone else’s wardrobe fillers. Some of […]

Six ways to get inspired … offline!

by Running our craft/creative businesses—Crave for Crafts and Make It Like Mine—require us to look after all the usual things every small business owner has to do (accounting, marketing, promotion, sourcing material, finding customers, etc), but we also have to come up […]

What I found in my fridge

by This week I began with good intent, to write about my concerns on our overly-keen government’s focus on our so called ‘nest egg’ superannuation, and I will. However I had been interstate visiting family and friends all weekend, arrived back home […]

Under the influence of creativity

by Fancy yourself as a bit of an artist? Or does the sight of a paint brush strike fear into your heart? Then fear not as a Brisbane business knows how to bring out your inner Picasso or Whiteley. It began as […]

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