We’re fascinated by trends, future home technology and the latest finishes. However, one of the biggest mistakes we can make when renovating is to follow a trend. Renovating a home is both a stressful and expensive undertaking. It takes time to plan, energy to carry out and pulls at our purse strings, often harder than we’d like.
With fast fashion and cheap materials contributing to excessive waste and damage to the environment, our conscious goal is to make a positive contribution to the planet.
At Urban Rhythm, we offer sofas that are made to order. To begin the process of choosing your new sofa, you can choose your favourite style, then select the fabric of your choice. When choosing your fabric, ask an Urban Rhythm sales expert to show you the rub test ratings on your chosen fabric.
Urban Rhythm remains proudly Australian owned and operated. Our team of experts will continue to offer quality Australian made furniture for our valued customers at reasonable prices.
Traditional homes offer uncompromised character when the architectural features are highlighted and the décor is complimentary. But if you feel like your interior is looking dated, it may be time to refresh your home by incorporating a few modern elements.
A lifetime of clutter can be overwhelming. As our homes get smaller and our lives become even more busier, clutter can creep in without you noticing.
Read are our guide to help you declutter your interior and keep it organised.
While you may have chosen to live in a smaller apartment or townhouse, creating the feeling of space is still high on the priority list for many.
Thankfully, you don’t need to knock down walls or think of creative ways to extend the footprint to make your pad feel spacious. Implement some of these tips and your focus will be less on your home’s petite proportions and more on its style.
You may have just got your head around hygee, but there’s a new Scandinavian design style on everyone’s radar. Melbournians fell in love with the Scandi design style and more recently the concept, hygee (a Danish term meaning ‘cosiness’). But, now it appears the Swedish philosophy lagom, meaning ‘just the right amount’, is set to dominate the interior design space.
The reality is, no interior is ever really finished. The spaces in a home are continually evolving whether it’s due to a change in tastes or lifestyle, or simply because objects come and go. That doesn’t mean you can’t get to a point where your interior looks and feels complete. A space which represents your personality and you can’t wait to come home to.