T&W Style School

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Anything to do with interiors or styling, I’m sold. So I was really excited to hear that one of my favourite online furniture retailers, Temple & Webster had teamed up with the Sydney Design School to create the T&W Style School, a partnership to teach students the secrets to styling a beautiful home or space.

Lucy Sutherland, Commercial Director at Temple & Webster, said: “We are so excited to launch the T&W Style School. Our team styles hundreds of rooms every year and they know all of the very best tips and tricks of the trade to achieving styling perfection. Combining our knowledge with the expert education providers at Sydney Design School allows us to offer a wonderful online experience with our very talented T&W Styling team.”

I am currently halfway through the Styling Your Living Room course and to say I’m loving it would be an understatement. I recently moved states and started a new job, so I was a little worried as to how I would cope with the workload, but the beauty of the T&W Style School is that it is created for people exactly like me – busy people or those with full-time careers, but who are enthusiastic about pursuing and furthering their passions and hobbies, or even just want to add an extra skill to their repertoire.

I have always had a passion for fashion, styling and interiors, so I have had a great time creating mood boards, and styling and rearranging my space with my favourite colour schemes, homewares and styling elements.

There are four courses in total, with my current course consisting of six activities spread over 30 days, with approximately ten hours of coursework. The best part is that you may complete each course in your own time. I have found this really convenient and really appealing.

To find out more about the course, click here.