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Australian Home Beautiful September 2019

Home Beautiful is every home decorator's best friend. With more pages dedicated to homes than any other Australian title, Home Beautiful guides readers towards transforming their own homes into the kind of showplace they see within the magazine.  We demystify the rules of decorating and empower readers to become their own savvy decorators. Covering 5 main pillars - indoors, outdoors, renovate, decorate and food, Home Beautiful is a magazine catered to those who love the home they’re in.

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Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pacific Magazines Pty Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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form & function

One of my favourite things about working on Home Beautiful is seeing firsthand how Australians live in their homes and how these spaces are changing to meet our needs. Two zones that are most responsive to lifestyle trends are the kitchen and bathroom – they have to be, since they’re the hardest-working areas in any home, where new innovations and the latest appliances, finishes and fittings are key to creating spaces that are not just functional, but also on trend. So this month, from page 151, we have pulled together our ultimate guide to kitchens and bathrooms, with six gorgeous rooms plus lots of features on all the key elements that you need to consider before you start renovating. It’s almost spring, so it’s time to give the house a bit…

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australian home beautiful

EDITOR Sarah Burman MANAGING EDITOR Katrina O’Brien CREATIVE & FOOD DIRECTOR Imogene Abady ART & STYLE ART DIRECTOR Julia Hoolahan STYLE EDITOR Fiona Michelon SENIOR DESIGNER Yasmine Parker PICTURE EDITOR Helen Petrou FEATURES ACTING FEATURES EDITOR Karina Machado FEATURES WRITER Holly Byrne CONTRIBUTING SENIOR EDITOR Amy Richardson DIGITAL ACTING DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR Chadielle Fayad ADVERTISING BRAND SOLUTIONS DIRECTOR Clarissa Wilson (02) 9394 2647 GROUP BRAND SOLUTIONS MANAGER Michelle O’Hanlon (02) 9394 2261 BRAND SOLUTIONS COORDINATOR Sam Maguire (02) 9394 2938 VIC SALES DIRECTOR Fran Vavallo (03) 8636 7526 QLD SALES EXECUTIVE Chris Constable (07) 3368 7402 WA ACCOUNT MANAGER Jessica Mohen (08) 9482 3306 SA ACCOUNT MANAGER Danielle Coffey-Carter (08) 7231 5909 HEAD OF CLASSIFIEDS Rebecca White 1800 620 745 EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Andrew Cameron CREATIVE DIRECTOR Adelina Cessario CONTENT MANAGEMENT TEAM COPY DIRECTORS Chrystal Glassman & Daniel Moore PRODUCTION GROUP PRODUCTION MANAGER – PRINT OPERATIONS Mark Boorman PRINT PRODUCTION Alice Termer PRE-MEDIA SOLUTIONS Michael Tobar, Natalie Carter, Scott Gilleland DEPUTY…

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connect

HOMEBEAUTIFULMAG @HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMEBEAUTIFUL.COM.AU PINTEREST.COM/HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMEBEAUTIFUL@PACIFICMAGS.COM.AU Placement is key for a perfect grazing board – here, HB recipe editor Kerrie Worner perfects the art on set for our September ‘Gather and Graze’ food shoot. Find the recipe for this delicious Moroccan carrot dip on page 143. TRICKS OF THE TRADE Looking for a stylish career change? Love interiors? We’ve teamed up with the International School of Colour and Design to develop a new online course called Styling Essentials. You’ll learn the principles of design, put your skills into practice and, one hard-working student will join us in the studio to see first-hand how we work! For more info visit homebeautiful.com.au/iscd. WE HAMPTONS STYLE If you missed out on a copy of our first Hamptons Homes special edition, we have good news – Hamptons Homes Volume 2 has hit the…

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denfair

the palette Move over millennial pink – Denfair exhibitors have made it clear it’s all about deep, moody reds and earthy terracotta hues – the Wittmann ‘Wings’ bed in Red Velvet from Domo was a show stopper. Head to domo.com.au. SUSTAINABLE design IS MORE PREVALENT THAN EVER, AND THIS YEAR MANY DESIGNERS AND CREATORS HAD A STRONG FOCUS ON reducing – OR REUSING – WASTE RATTAN, REFINED RATTAN IS HERE TO STAY, BUT IT’S OUTGROWN ITS BOHEMIAN BEGINNINGS AND HEADED IN A MORE SOPHISTICATED DIRECTION SPOTLIGHT ON: the wood room This Sydney-based furniture company specialises in bespoke timber furniture with timeless design. While it boasts a sleek and contemporary core range, each piece is handmade and can also be customised to fit your home in size and finish. The ‘Bell Table’ designed by interior architecture firm…

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in the know: what’s hot

2020 VISION Australian furniture retailer Globe West is heading to the countryside with its major 2020 release, evoking the serenity and warmth of country life with a modern edge – and dubbing the look ‘New Country’. Think earthy hues and natural materials in cool, sleek shapes. Visit globewest.com.au. CALIFORNIA COOL Take a global tour without leaving your backyard with the latest outdoor collection from Coco Republic. This contemporary range takes cues from the alfresco lifestyle of California living, countered by the sleek silhouettes of the Italian Riviera. Grazie! ‘Montecito’ concrete planter, $595/medium, ‘Kelly’ stool, $425, ‘Umbria’ scatter cushions, from $110. Visit cocorepublic.com.au. LOOKING FOR A NEW AIR CON BEFORE THE warm weather RUSH? THE NEW AVANTI PLUS SPLIT SYSTEM FROM MITSUBISHI HAS BEEN awarded A 7-STAR ENERGY RATING FOR HEATING AND cooling. VISIT MHIAA.COM.AU. TREND…

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creative collection: life in motion

Working out of a small studio in the backyard of her East Geelong home, visual artist Emma Itzstein offloads her worries and thoughts onto a canvas with the stroke of a brush. “My work is really quite expressionist and messy, and I just let loose,” says the painter, totally in her element. Artistic since birth, Emma says painting was probably her calling all along – she just hadn’t realised. The Western Australian native spent six years at university in Perth studying law and communications, before first going to work at a design agency, and then in publishing. “I would focus on my artwork in the breaks, mainly working on unique-state printmaking, but it was sporadic,” explains Emma. “IT’S THAT FREEING OF EXPRESSION AND THE MARK MAKING AND THE MOVEMENT THAT I WAS…

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