The woman cave, she-den (and other dodgy names)

Living in a small apartment in Hong Kong, I must admit to occasionally letting my mind wander to what it would be like to live in a McMansion.  You know those huge houses in America with a dedicated room for … Continue reading

Laurel & Wolf

I’ve recently come across the US online interior design company Laurel and Wolf and I was challenged to write a post about my dream living room as part of their Total Transformation project. Funnily enough, I had recently been thinking about … Continue reading

Boho Chinoiserie Chic in HK

Sometimes, just for fun, I design rooms for imaginary clients.  I LOVE imaginary clients – they are just the best to work with!  They have whatever budget I want them to have, inevitably agree with what I think is best … Continue reading

Re-cover-y

I was recently able to snag a couple of ottomans for free.  Score!  They were solid, pretty well made and (bonus) in a neutral colour.  I had hoped to use one of them as a makeshift side table in the … Continue reading

Likea IKEA

I like IKEA.  Here in Hong Kong, I reeeeeaaaally like IKEA.  Hong Kong has some ridiculously overpriced homewares.  IKEA though, is consistent with its quality, design and realistic prices. It is pretty much universally known. My clients are nearly always on … Continue reading

Design Boards: Girls Room

I recently did a couple of design boards for a girls room.  I was aiming for pretty and modern; a room that could work from pre-school to teenager – if you swapped the teddy bears for boy band posters 🙂  … Continue reading