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Advice From a Pot Expert (Pot Plants, Silly)

November 4th, 2019|

Being in the garden design industry for almost 21 years, Adri has learnt to identify trends. “Pair that with an adventurous client, and you have a winning combination,” says Adri Neuper, pots and pot plants expert and owner of IN EEDEN design concepts.

For this specific project, she used white pots with one matt black pot […]

Designing Ways is pleased to add Adri Neuper to the Editorial Board

November 4th, 2019|

She adds a green flavour to our regular column On The Terrace.

Since starting The Pot Place in 1998, she had been instrumental in many trends.  She fell in love with pots and this has become her field of expertise.

She introduces herself as a pot expert and that often results in some banter around the latest […]

Well Seated

November 4th, 2019|

Taking in consideration that we sit for the biggest part of our day (and some nights), it may be a given to pay some attention to the quality of being well-seated and the trends behind the science of lounging around on a sofa or comfy chair.

Some of the forces active behind furniture design trends of […]

ON THE TERRACE – Exterior Staging

November 4th, 2019|


A bit dramatic by the sound of it if one is not familiar with the term – staging. Staging is simply the activity or practice of styling / furnishing a property before it is listed for sale (or rental) in such a way as to enhance its attractiveness to potential buyers.

Considering all […]

INDOOR PLANTS – On The Terrace

November 4th, 2019|


Indoor plants are an essential component of almost every beautiful interior. The natural greenery is a definite mood booster that brightens up our indoor spaces and it seems we just can’t get enough of the lush green rainforest plants cascading down bookcases or stretching gracefully towards our ceilings. But we do struggle […]

Romancing the Stone

November 4th, 2019|

Historically, a variety of primary materials are used in African sculpture and although wood was obviously being most prevalent and readily accessible – it was the African stone sculpting movement that gained momentum with art lovers and collectors since the early fifties and sixties, slowly making inroads onto the international art scene ever since.

African stone […]


November 4th, 2019|

It is an undisputed fact that trees benefit human life by contributing to our health and positively affect communities ecologically, socially, economically and physically.

As Johannesburg is one of the most tree-rich cities in the world today, appearing in satellite images similar to a man-made urban forest, the history of this city’s love affair with trees […]

Not just the rain in Spain…

November 4th, 2019|

If you think of “Spain”, various images conjure up in one’s mind such as the elegant Flamenco dancers, the excitement of the bull run, mouthwatering Paella dishes, tempting Ibiza Parties or the fever of the Spanish football fans. However, not many of us are aware of an ancient art that originates from this historic part […]


November 4th, 2019|

As promised, ON THE TERRACE continues to focus on implementing more natural elements into our direct environments, creating a seamless green and complimenting live and work areas as our delightful summer temperatures (and temperamental windy storms) settles in.

Making use of pots, planters and containers where possible, is a smart way of bringing our green companions […]

Do good fences make good neighbours?

November 4th, 2019|

It does not matter how you interpret the proverb in Robert Frost’s poem “Mending Wall”. Fact is, everyone wants a bit of privacy from time to time in this over exposed life of selfies and twitter and facebook and who had what for lunch where.. and that’s where the “fences” come in. In this case […]