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Workplace Greenery

Green spaces can help promote focus, productivity, inspiration, and increase happiness. There are many psychological benefits that can be received from adding these areas to your workplace.      Adding plants to your office is something that every employee should want to do. The benefits, both physical and

EYES WIDE SHUT(??)

George Costanza first introduced me to the idea of napping in the office. A makeshift bed under a chunky dark timber grain desk simply using a pillow, blanket & little compartment for the all important alarm clock. How genius! This comical idea of 'clocking off'at

CREATING INSPIRING SPACES WITH TEXTURE

Texture is an important tool we use in interior design. It can add interest, depth and evoke our senses. Texture adds visual interest to a space. It holds your gaze as you look over a space and draws your eye to particular areas or details. We

COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY

We use colour in a number of ways, whether we realise it or not, it plays a big role in our everyday lives. Based on this, do you know that colour can improve productivity at work? Colours have an extraordinary ability to influence emotions, and perceptions.

HOME SWEET HOME

Introducing the Phoenix family home; incorporating playful angles with an eclectic mix of styles and personal objects to reflect the fun-loving personality of the client, miss-matched like a share house.  Themed work zones hold sentimental meaning, creating a space that's comfortable and nostalgic with a dash of quirky