Ulusaba- Cliff Lodge Suites

Ulusaba is part of Virgin Limited Edition, Sir Richard Branson’s portfolio of unique retreats and is set in the heart of the Sabi Sand reserve on the border of the Kruger National Park in… Continue reading

Gazebo your garden

As much as i love beautiful interiors, i am also a great advocate for outdoor living. You may have seen a few of my post were i spoke about the inside communicating with… Continue reading

Kampala Serena Hotel, Uganda

The colours of Africa (lakes, rivers and fertile soils) are visible in both the exterior features of this hotel and in the room décor, where softly flowing fabrics, muted colours and organic themes… Continue reading

Frame finishes

We all love to have things/people we love around us and if the closest we get to achieving that is by hanging images of them around our home, then what better way of… Continue reading

Fabulous Shela residence, Lamu, Kenya

I was looking through Architectural digest and i came across this residence that caught my eye, it was renovated and designed by E. Claudio Modola. It sits high atop a slope looking out onto the water… Continue reading

Decorating your home with plants

It is essential that plants are brought into the home as they don’t only improve the air quality in the room (remember plants exhale oxygen), they also bring life to a space and… Continue reading

Ulusaba Game Reserve – Rock Lodge

Rock Lodge is another one of the three lodges at  Ulusaba Game Reserve. It is perched high on the summit of a koppie rocky hill with spectacular panoramic views over miles of bush, wildlife roaming… Continue reading

Ulusaba Game Reserve – Safari Lodge

For a while now i have been wanting to blog about Ulusaba but most of the images i needed had to be print screened/photoshopped so i just wasn’t so eager (explains the “more… Continue reading

Stunning living room décors

I was thinking i would go the more residential route this time as opposed to the commercial ones i have been taking. That tends to take a whole lot more time but it… Continue reading

Singita Pamushana Lodge – Zimbabwe

I must apologise for my absence over the past few days, i had graduations to attend and trips to make, i had so much fun that i went to bed all worn out… Continue reading

Mirror mirror on the “wall”

When i was just a little younger, i would spend hours in front of the mirror admiring myself lol.  I still love mirrors, especially now that i know they can be used for purposes other… Continue reading

Frame arrangement

We all love to hang arts on our walls but deciding the arrangement to hang them can be so overwhelming, so the trend in hanging art lately appears to run towards walls of conflicting… Continue reading

Singita Faru Faru Lodge – Tanzania

Situated on a slope, basking in the abundance of animal species and birdlife around it, Singita Faru Faru Lodge lends a contemporary signature style to safari. Inspired by a botanical theme, this riverside… Continue reading

Distinguishing furniture with colour, fabric or finish

In my last post I talked about uniting furniture with colour, finish or fabric (If you missed it check it here). Uniting isn’t the only way to go though, one can decide to… Continue reading

Singita Sabora Tented Camp – Tanzania

Singita Sabora Tented Camp is situated in a private concession on the open Serengeti grasslands of the Singita Grumeti Reserve. The camp has been designed in a 1920’s colonial style and offers guests… Continue reading

Unifying furniture with colour, fabric or finish

If you are like me, (a bit eclectic, constantly pushing the boundaries of the norm) then you might not like the standard samey/formal furniture that everyone has or perhaps you like quite a… Continue reading

Colour blocking your home

I was looking through Elledecor and found some images from the  Design Indaba Expo, this caught my eye as anyone who knows me knows I am a sucker for bright colours. Looks like the colour… Continue reading

Singita Sasakwa Lodge – Tanzania

Welcome! Meet Singita Sasakwa Lodge, it is built in the style of an Edwardian manor house. Stone walls, deep verandas, high ceilings, stately furniture, silverware and ornamental pieces complete the picture. The silent… Continue reading

M’Afrique by Moroso

In 2009 Patricia Urquiola devised an event that drew on African designers’ expertise to create new products, which were then exhibited in the Moroso showroom in Milan. Designers Bibi Seck and Ayse Birsel used traditional wire weaving… Continue reading

Adriana Hoyos’ contemporary African collection

I’m sitting here slowly recovering from an awful strike of  Hayfever while thinking about contemporary African decor and suddenly Adriana Hoyos comes to mind. The Miami based interior designer launched her “Africa collection”… Continue reading

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