Décor & Gardening

Gorgeous Geometrics

Furniturespot is constantly seeking like-minded exciting collaborations to create one-of-a-kind furniture pieces made just for you. Furniturespot is proud to release the Cohesive Roots Collection.
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Not just a slab

Studio Masson, the tile and slab couture brand, have just released their exciting new collections. Aside from the aesthetic and design that décor lovers have come to expect from the brand, the handsome new collections once again enable folks to bring an eco-friendly texture into their space.
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A treat for garden lovers

It’s that time of year again when some of the highway’s most sought after gardens are open for public viewing at the Kloof Rotary Anns Open Gardens which runs over the weekend of 6 and 7 October. As in previous years, gardens range from acre plots to small and medium complex gardens and use of water storage tanks is evident. Highbury Centenary Hall will again serve as the venue where refreshments, crafts and plants are on sale.
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Spring in the garden

We’re planting… spring flowering Cape daisies.
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Top tips to get your home ready for spring

With the winter solstice behind us, thoughts turn to sprucing our homes up for spring. Leading blogger and interior designer from The Home Studio, Karen Steyn, regularly collaborates with Bathroom Butler to help people – with all kinds of budgets – revolutionise their homes. Here she shares some great tips on how to make small changes to your bathroom vanity now that there’s no need to hibernate there anymore.
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Spiff up your living space

If the warm weather has you itching to spruce up around the house, here are a few budget-friendly ideas from Alon Sachs, co-founder of Mobelli Furniture and Living to spiff up your living space for less.
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Landscape artist nurtures blossoming talent on Renishaw Hills’ horticultural team

While studying her three-year National Diploma in Horticulture at Durban University of Technology (DUT) between 2012 to 2015, Amanda Maphumulo never envisioned working alongside the author of ‘Wild Flowers in KZN’ – a reference book that was instrumental in achieving her diploma. But in 2016, Amanda was invited to work with the renowned horticulturalist and landscaper, Elsa Pooley, landscaping and establishing the indigenous gardens at the mature lifestyle village, Renishaw Hills.
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August Wishlist

Check out our roundup of fab finds to add to your wishlist or shopping list for August.
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Eclectically ethnic – African Feels

Breathe a sense of ethnic African beauty into your home for a sophisticated but eclectic edge. This decorative tribal look never goes out of fashion and is relatively easy to achieve. Start by incorporating a series of beautiful Swahili baskets which are famous in the world of décor and design for their traditional hand-crafted beauty. Mesmerising prints, beadwork and woven items in monochromatic, vibrant or neutral colour schemes will also help to create African ambiance in any space.
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August in the garden

This month, we’re planting… Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) ‘Blue Steel’.
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Get It Magazine Durban October 2018

Roberta still fab at 50
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The Santa Run is Back!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year; and what better way to enjoy it than with family and friends at this year’s Santa Run powered by The Hub. KZN’s very own Christmas themed 5km family run is a fun-filled experience that takes participants in, through, up, down, out and around the beloved Jonsson Kings Park precinct. And we have some tickets to giveaway!


Durban gets the nod for highly anticipated Calum Scott ‘Only Human’ South Africa Tour

Platinum selling singer/songwriter and Britain’s Got Talent finalist, Calum Scott last month announced the South African dates for his ‘Only Human’ Tour in November with performances in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Following an overwhelming response from Durban fans via social media, Calum Scott has felt the love from KZN and has added 9 November at the Durban Botanic Gardens to the SA tour. And… we are giving away tickets!


Something new on your burger bun

Most of us love the idea of a burger, no matter what our food preference is, and burgers are certainly not for meat eaters alone. For those who are health conscious or don’t eat meat, why not add this Pouyoukas recipe of spicy lentil burgers to your burger night as an extra option.


October Spoil

An afternoon of decadence.


21 reasons to open a bottle of FAT Bastard

Life, like FAT bastard, should be filled to the brim and enjoyed in large, delicious gulps. And this year, this well-loved, delicious, full-bodied range of wines, is celebrating 21 years of living large. So named because when first created by


Pinkies up, it’s time for tea!

There’s nothing quite like tantalising your taste buds in spring with a tall glass of iced tea, which is why we are over the moon that one of our favourite fruit juice brands, Sir Fruit, has introduced a bold, low sugar Ice Tea to its range.


It’s fun, there is food, it’s the Bierfest at Suncoast

Bierfest is back at Durban premier entertainment destination, SUNCOAST, with an offering of good food, music and beer at this year’s TOPS at SPAR Bierfest!


August Spoil

Chocolate biscuits …and a luxury breakaway!


Its time to READ competition

A wise man once quipped: Creativity is contagious. Pass it on. Albert Einstein certainly knew what he was speaking about, and when it comes to encouraging creativity and imagination in our youth, just think of the untold treasure, waiting to be discovered!

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