What did you study?

I completed my Advanced Diploma in Interior Design at Holmesglen November 2013.

Are any of your posts your own work?

Yes, tagged under /personal

Where do you find your pictures?

Everywhere! I’m forever discovering blogs and websites. Check out my click through links.

How did you become an “interiors” editor on Tumblr?

I tag all the images on my blog and got a email from Tumblr saying I had become a editor for Interiors. After a few weeks of choosing different posts to appear under the tag “interiors” I noticed I was the top editor, while basically means I along with other editors have a big influence on the content displayed under tags.

What is Tumblr Radar/How do you get on featured?

The Tumblr Radar is promoted post space shown on the dashboard of every user. It offers a substantial increase in traffic for the user. The Radar is used to showcase posts that have already attracted a lot of attention from the community. Tumblr doesn’t provide specific guidelines to make it on the radar.

Can you recommend any similar blogs?

I look at close to 20 blogs a day! I can’t follow anyone on DFL but if you’re interested in the blogs I enjoy, have a look at who I reblog from and the click through links on the images posted.

Check out my blog

I’m more then happy to but just know that I can’t follow anyone on this blog.

Vote for me/Promote me/Follow me.

No, no and no. My blog is not for any of that.

Love your blog etc.

Thankyou, to everyone who takes the time out to write a lovely message. I read EVERY single one.

If you have any questions regarding interior design and architecture that I haven’t already covered, I’m more than happy to answer as best as I can privately, otherwise don’t be shy to write to me designedforlife@live.com.

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An Interior Design graduate from Melbourne, Australia.

"People think that design is styling. Design is not style. It's not about giving shape to the shell and not giving a damn about the guts. Good design is a renaissance attitude that combines technology, cognitive science, human need, and beauty to produce something that the world didn't know it was missing."

- Paola Antonelli