We are very thankful to Australian editors, journalists, stylists and bloggers who have featured Heatherly Design in many magazines, newspapers and online articles over the years.
April 05, 2023: Cathedral ceilings help this California bungalow soar to new heights – Homes to love
April 12, 2023: A newly built home combining comfort with traditional-style glamour – Homes to love
Jan 30, 2023: A buyer’s guide to beautiful bedheads – Homes to love
May 29, 2023: 10 Magical kids’ rooms with clever style ideas to steal – Homes to love
June 01, 2023: How to style up a storm with bedlinen – Homes to love
July 26, 2023: Inside designer Tali Roth’s warm and masterfully curated Melbourne home – Vogue Living
November 1, 2022 – The transformation of a former commercial space into a stunning minimalist abode – Vogue Living
June 28, 2022 – How colour in the home affects your mood – Realestate.com.au
June 24, 2022 – On trend: The huggable fabric that’s defying style odds – Domain Magazine online
May 2, 2022 – Inside Our Hampton Makeover: Contemporary Design for a New-Build Family Home – TLC Interiors
April 01, 2022 – Curved bed head trend – Bed Threads
March 26, 2022 – Bridgerton’s modern style guide – The Courier
September 24, 2022 – Flashback to the 90s with retro homewares – Canberra Weekly
November 2022 – The Home Beautiful 2023 Style Forecast is here!
A year that will be remembered for slowing down, staying home and rediscovering an appreciation for the simple things in life. Creating homes that are cosy, comfortable and filled with beautiful, tactile textures and quality, long lasting designs. The trend for curves continues in 2020 as people look to find solace in their own sanctuary.
Natural materials with round edges and organic shapes defined 2019. Colours inspired by nature continued to trend with botanical linen and printed wallpaper also emerging as a popular choice. Bedrooms became not just a space to slumber but also lounge, work, read, text and catch up on Netflix.