Monthly Archives: August 2021

How To Implement Feng Shui Principals in Your Home

Project: Minyama, Sunshine Coast

The aim of Feng Shui is to promote chi, or good energy, in your environment. Feng Shui determines the best place to build a home or office building, and where to place furniture and other household items within the building. Feng Shui is believed to balance a range of different elements, like yin and yang (male and female) and the five elements of Taoism, which are said to make up the entire world; these are fire, wood, metal, earth, and water. When these elements are balanced, harmony will exist in your home.

Every single thing in the universe is comprised of energy, and every single thing operates on an energy map. You can manipulate these energy forces into negative energy, or positive energy. The concept of yin and yang is based on the philosophical balance of positive and negative forces in the universe. By introducing the elements of Feng Shui, this concept can now be applied to the field of interior design.

Tips For Updating Your Kitchen Without a Full Renovation

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The kitchen is unfortunately one of the quickest rooms in your home to become outdated, and we say ‘unfortunately’ because it’s also the most expensive room to remodel. However, there’s good news, because you can update your kitchen without having to complete a major renovation. As you may know, a full kitchen renovation can be costly, inconvenient, and time consuming, but you may not realise that a quick kitchen makeover can be cost- and time effective, and easier than you may think.

Project: Minyama, Sunshine Coast

Project: Minyama, Sunshine Coast

A recently completed renovation by Koncept Construction & Creative Co on the beautiful canals of the Sunshine Coast allowed the perfect space for a range of Abide Interiors furniture to complete the project. Talented Interior stylist Hayley Jenkins of Wholehearted Studio brought coastal class and the finishing touches together to produce a coastal masterpiece.

The timber furniture made from solid American Oak and Teak, mixed with genuine leathers and rattan peel bring a level of warmth and style to this clean coastal home.

Hamptons Style Goes Hand-in-Hand With Casual Coastal Living

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Australians, and Queenslanders in particular, have welcomed Hamptons Style with open arms, simply because it’s such a good fit with both our glorious climate and our casual living style.

When you hear that Hamptons Style is defined as ‘a classic look with a relaxed feel’, is there anything more Australian than that? In Queensland we’re so blessed to have an abundance of prime real estate locations, the best climate in the world, and an ongoing feed of gorgeous Hamptons visuals via all types of media, so it’s no wonder many people are embracing the Hamptons Style – it just ‘fits’ the Australian lifestyle. This interior style has been prominent in the home design market for a few years now.

Planning a New or Renovated Kitchen? Here Are Our Top Tips for Designing The Perfect Kitchen

Careful planning is key to a beautiful and functional kitchen. It takes time, research, and sometimes the help of a professional to ensure you get everything exactly the way you want it. Consider the following tips when designing your kitchen, remembering that this room needs to not only look great, it must be functional and prepared for hard work!

It’s imperative that your kitchen be a room you enjoy spending time in, regardless of whether you’re cooking or cleaning. The kitchen is arguably the most important room in a home, so if you find the prospect of carrying out a kitchen renovation completely overwhelming, we suggest you start by compiling a list of ideas and specific items you would like in your new kitchen. This is a great starting point, and you can always be flexible with these ideas as the project advances.