Feature Homes

I’m often inspired by the way people live their lives and how the home facilitates this.  Below are a series of interviews with families living their lives together.  Click on the title to read the post.

Moving to Italy

I follow one Aussie family's dream to move to Italy to live.

Living in a Bus

Meet Georgia and Errol. They decided to live in a bus for a year.

Living on a Christmas Tree Farm

The feeling of Christmas all year round: come see the world of Lee and her family at the Killiecrankie Christmas Tree Farm.

Second Hand Decorating for the Home

Ruth runs a B & B on a river in Tasmania and it's full of quirky little second hand items.

A Sea Change

Haidee, her husband Ben and their children, Millie and Tommy, recently made the move from Bryon Bay to the Tasmania coast. Ben manages the Peppermint Bay dining complex and Haidee runs her Miss Haidee clothing line from their cottage. I looked Haidee’s clothing range and it spoke to me. It brings together the past and present as well as encouraging sustainability and so much more! It’s just beautiful: in form and concept.

A Room for Everyone

I’m so happy to have Rachael here sharing a little of her story. Rachael is a country girl at heart. She’s happily married with two daughters (aged 5 and 3), and two stepdaughters (aged 14 and 20). This is her first home renovation.

Raised in the City, Living in the Country

Meet Emma. She was raised in the city but always dreamed of living in the country.

Bold and Bright

I found a house. And it’s the definition of happy. The owner of the house, Pilgrim, grew up surrounded by creative people. The creative influences led her to develop a definite sense of style from an early age. Her home design heavily draws from the colour of the 80?s. It’s vibrant, bold and bright. I’m thrilled to welcome Pilgrim to Be A Fun Mum as she talks about the value of colour.

Using Vintage Items in a Modern Home

Sharron loves decorating using both modern and vintage pieces.

Country Retro Kitchen

As I walk into Josh and Bonnie’s kitchen, there’s an overwhelming sense this kitchen was meant to be shared. Josh and Bonnie have been living in, and renovating, their riverfront 1930 Queensland workers cottage for the past 6 years.

Together, they seek to raise their three children with the best of both worlds. A country living, complete with horse, dogs and cattle on a 12 acre property and yet only 40 minutes from Brisbane city.

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