Growing up in North Otago, Wendy Matenga has a long love affair with the South Island and can’t recall a time when she wasn’t creating. Julia Atkinson-Dunn shares an insight into her captivating pieces.
The layout of our kitchens, the functionality of our wardrobes and the design of our pantries is something we take for granted until we live in a home where it doesn’t work. We talk to Penny Abell from Misco Joinery about why it is so important to get joinery right.
Two years after Stoddart Cottage formally re-opened, following extensive work to repair earthquake damage, Diamond Harbour’s oldest colonial dwelling is going from strength to strength as community art gallery, craft co-op and heritage hotspot.
This handsome country home recently completed in Loburn showcases the Bespoke Architecture approach with a simple, yet stunning design perfectly suited to the owners and their young family.
Restoring and re-imagining a hillside landscape eight years after the earthquakes, in a much-loved Clifton garden where no plant has been left behind.
Taryn Beech from Maree Hynes Interiors explains why using an experienced curtain consultant is so important.