Be Styled

Do you consider yourself to be fairly simple when it comes to design and living? You tend to stay away from bold colours and textures because you prefer things to look more simple and clean. This is what the Simple Structure look is all about! A clean, clear and structured look.

Often called the ‘white look’, this style has a Scandinavian or Nordic feel and is often monochrome. You’ll see strong lines, black and white, simple accessories and no fuss.

This is a look where you de-clutter and pick strong pieces and materials to provide structure. Less is definitely more. It has a clean look that is elegant and refined, however it is not overly forgiving.

Rhino Rhode Island Charismatic Lifestyle Bedroom
Rhino Rhode Island in Charismatic

Why should you pick this look?

  • It’s neutral – you only need to pick a couple of colours
  • It has a masculine element to it
  • You want a stylish statement look – yes simple can be stylish!

What does simple interior and flooring look like?

  • Fur, even better faux fur!
  • Stone – doesn’t actually have to be stone flooring, you could use our vinyl, LVT or rigid products create the stone flooring look.
  • Heavy texture
  • Rugs
  • Throws – they soften the look a little bit and make it more welcoming
  • Leather – leather couches or chairs are a great way to introduce this
  • This look works really well with a wide flooring board.

Would this look suit you?

This look works well for those who are professional or live a high life that are soft living and able to maintain the simple and clean look.

Be Styled

“Get lost in nature and you will find yourself” a cliche probably too overused but in fact very true.

It is proven that ‘getting in touch with nature’ improves your well being and overall mood; we are genetically programmed to find trees, plants, water, etc. We become absorbed by nature which distracts us from other negative emotions. Natural Freedom is about bringing the calming and relaxing feeling we experience with nature into the home.


Natural Freedom incorporates the colours, textures and patterns you would find outside and is fresh and harmonious. It creates a sense of harmony by mirroring what we see outside.

It works well with lots of light and open room environments- that could feel too large unless the sense of space is given a purpose. Natural Freedom is timeless and won’t go out of fashion – you can always review your accent colours with the strong colours of nature when you want a change (reds, oranges, blues and greens).

Why should you pick indoor plants for your home?

  • Its pleasing to a lot of people as it reflects nature – who doesn’t appreciate what nature has to offer?
  • It’s kind on the eye – it creates a calming aura
  • It’s available at every level (and in every style)
  • It wont date

What does Natural Freedom look like?

  • Layers of natural fibre – think different woods, plants, twines
  • Natural colours such as dark chocolates, soft greys, burnt ash, creams, beige and whites
  • It creates a sense of space and openness
  • Organic/fluid – it’s a good way to create indoor/outdoor flow and wood/wood look flooring helps with this
  • It moves with the seasons – colours and tones can change to reflect the season
  • Natural materials e.g. rattan/ wood/ linen/ cotton

Would this look suit you?

Natural Freedom suits family environments, homes that will be lived in for a long time, the environmentally friendly and sustainability focused.

Be Handy

When you have a furry friend living with you, accidents can happen. If you’re dealing with a pet stain on your carpet—urine, poop, or vomit—a combination of immediate action and deep cleansing can typically restore the carpet to pristine condition. Even if you don’t notice a stain until it has dried and set into the carpet, there are still ways to clean the area.

The following tips will help you to neutralize the odor and remove the stain. All of these carpet-cleaning processes can be repeated as many times as necessary to get the job done.

The site of an accident often will be fairly apparent visually. If not, you can typically locate the affected area by smell. It’s important to remove all traces of the stain, or your pet might continue to use that spot to relieve itself.


1. Remove Solids and Soak Up Liquids

As quickly as possible, remove solids with a dull knife or spatula and soak up urine stains with white paper towels or an old cloth. If using a cloth, press it firmly into the stain using an old shoe and keep moving to a dry area or new paper towel to absorb as much liquid as possible.


2. Clean The Stain

For synthetic carpets (Rhino Carpet, Nylon, Polyester), mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup of warm warm water. Apply the cleaning solution to the stain area and work from the outside of the stain toward the centre to avoid spreading the stain. Allow the cleaning solution to remain on the spill for at least five minutes and then blot with a clean white cloth until no more stain transfers to the cloth. Do not rub the stain area or you might damage the carpet fibres. Rinse with cold water and be sure to remove all cleaning solution from the carpet.


For wool carpet, rinse the area carefully with cold water and then mix one teaspoon of mild laundry detergent (ideally one approved for wool) and one teaspoon of white vinegar in one litre of warm water, this is your cleaning solution. Apply this solution to the area and rinse, soaking up all liquid excess with paper towels or an absorbent cloth. Continue wetting and rinsing, until you’ve lifted all the nasty colour out of the carpet. What you’re doing is essentially ‘flushing’ the carpet to continually dilute the stain and eventually lift it out completely.


Sometimes you’ll have to complete the process to completely get the stain out. When your carpet has dried vacuum the area to restore the texture.

If a stain has been left for some time and become too stubborn for the above methods, a professional carpet cleaner may be required.


We recommend getting your carpet professionally cleaned every 12 to 18 months.