House & Garden Blog
It pays to keep your financial house in order if you want to follow the money, writes Maria Bekiaris.
With enough research and planning, downsizing can be a liberating experience, writes Harvey Grennan.
Consummate dinner party host Leo Schofield shares his thoughts on the art of dining.
In July, a group of leading Australian interior designers, plus international stars, are all coming together under one roof in Melbourne to showcase their artistry for a good cause.
As a benchtop material, composite stone has plenty of appeal. It’s tougher than natural stone, boasts a luxurious finish and, best of all, very little effort is required to maintain its good looks.
In the mid-1950s, Scandinavian design swept into Anglo Australia like a breath of fresh air.
New Zealand company Citta Design’s senior designer discusses the brand’s design ethos and latest collection.
Parisian apartment meets New York loft in the chic Melbourne warehouse of interior designer Diane Bergeron.
The home barista’s cup runneth over, with cutting-edge models and features that serve up cafe-quality results.
Holiday din drove pioneering Australian architect Robin Boyd to distraction – then innovation.