Dagmar Schumacher's happiest moments are when she can relax in her Cape Town flat.
People are driven by a need for smaller residential units, writes Bianca Coleman.
Marianna Cioffi’s talent for landscaping and design has transformed this Parktown North home into a light, family affair.
A room for your clothes is the dream of many, writes Helen Grange.
Although exquisitely furnished, Sheila and Ray Sander’s home has a comfortable ‘sit anywhere’ feel.
The man in charge of sustainability at Swedish furniture giant Ikea says we have reached the age of "peak curtains".
Michael Morris talks to Richard Perez about design thinking.
Don MacAlister vows to get rid of clutter and embrace life to the full.
Easylife Kitchens has rebranded its kitchens, changing the name to Evolution.
De-cluttering guru Marie Kondo offers a guide to get rid of things that don't 'spark joy', writes Anna Fifield.
Light bulbs could make a comeback after a technological breakthrough that makes them use less energy.
Mindfulness is all the rage - and now it can sort out your home.
Omeshnie Naidoo asked decor experts what they foresee for 2016.
The furniture showroom is one of more than 250 Roche Bobois in nearly 50 international locations.
Nontando Mposo speaks to Leon Saven Design, the winner of the 2015 Award for Architecture.