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Australian Home Beautiful

Australian Home Beautiful February 2020

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.

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

In this issue

2 min.
sunshine days

Summer in Australia comes into full force in February. Long, sultry days that blur into evening, drinks on the deck, slides, sunshine and that permanent sunscreen sheen. And, at home, doors flung open if you’re by the coast, or latched shut with aircon blazing, for those of us more landlocked. I’ll be spending this month dreaming of my forever home (we’re in the market to buy), with the ubiquitous pool the No.1 inclusion on my husband’s wish list. For something that’s supposed to be in every Australian backyard, it’s in very few for sale in my neighbourhood. With it looking like we might have to install one ourselves, it’s perfect timing to explore how to make a pool happen – check out the feature on page 132, and find out…

1 min.
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 Gould SENIOR DESIGNER Yasmine Parker PICTURE EDITOR Helen Petrou FEATURES FEATURES EDITOR Holly Byrne JUNIOR WRITER Kayla Wratten EDITORIAL CO-ORDINATOR/JUNIOR WRITER Harriet Sim DIGITAL DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR Nicola Conville ADVERTISING BRAND SOLUTIONS DIRECTOR Clarissa Wilson (02) 9394 2647 GROUP BRAND SOLUTIONS MANAGER Michelle O’Hanlon (02) 9394 2261 VIC SALES DIRECTOR Fran Vavallo (03) 8636 7526 QLD SALES EXECUTIVE Chris Constable (07) 3368 7402 WA ACCOUNT MANAGER Jessica Mohen (08) 9482 3306 HEAD OF CLASSIFIEDS Rebecca White 1800 620 745 EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Andrew Cameron CREATIVE DIRECTOR Adelina Cessario CONTENT MANAGEMENT TEAM COPY DIRECTOR Chrystal Glassman PRODUCTION GROUP PRODUCTION MANAGER – PRINT OPERATIONS Mark Boorman PRINT PRODUCTION Alice Termer PRE-MEDIA SOLUTIONS Michael Tobar, Natalie Carter, Scott Gilleland DEPUTY PRINT OPERATIONS MANAGER Morgan Harris (02) 9394 2959 PUBLISHING GROUP CONTENT & BRAND DIRECTOR Louisa Hatfield COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR Nicole Bence HEAD OF HOMES…

1 min.
connect

BEHIND THE SCENES: One of our top ISCD styling essentials students from our most recent course intake, Katie Turner (right), joined Home Beautiful Style Editor Fiona Gould on location by the seaside. See this inspirational story come to life from page 38. WANT TO BE INSPIRED BY GAME-CHANGING WOMEN WHO’VE PAVED THEIR OWN ROAD TO SUCCESS? VISIT HYUNDAIBEHINDEVERYGREATWOMAN.COM.AU MOST LOVED TURNS OUT WE AREN’T THE ONLY ONES WHO LIKE A HINT OF SPICE IN THE KITCHEN. THIS GORGEOUS ZONE, WITH A MOROCCAN TILE WALLPAPER ON THE KICKBOARD – STYLED BY SALLY PATERSON, PHOTOGRAPHED BY SIMON WHITBREAD AND DESIGNED BY HELICONIA – WAS OUR MOST LIKED INSTAGRAM POST THIS MONTH. TOP 3 summer escapes OVERDUE FOR A WEEKEND GETAWAY? HERE’S WHERE WE’D LOVE TO BE THIS SUMMER a fragrant affair A few members of the HB team (from left,…

4 min.
what’s hot

MARBLE MAGIC THE DEBUT COLLECTION FROM DESIGN BRAND JUST ADELE IS A RANGE OF LUXURIOUS SIDE TABLES MADE FROM STRICTLY RECYCLED STONE. “THE INHERENT INDIVIDUALITY OF STONE GUARANTEES THAT NO PIECE IS THE SAME,” SAYS DIRECTOR ADELE COTRUZZOLA. SHOP THE ‘VIOLA’ SIDE TABLE (ABOVE) FROM $900, JUSTADELE.COM.AU. ‘EVE ENERGY’ LETS YOU SET THE PERFECT SCENE AT HOME BEFORE YOU even step inside. SWITCH APPLIANCES ON AND OFF FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD THROUGH THE EVE APP. EVE ENERGY, $85, JBHIFI.COM.AU. ROUND-UP: summer scents OUR FAVOURITE FRAGRANCE HOUSES HAVE RELEASED FRESH, SUMMERY SCENTS WITH A FOCUS ON FLORAL NOTES WALL CANDY WE’RE SPOILT FOR CHOICE WHEN ADORNING OUR WALLS WITH ART – AND RIGHT NOW WE’VE GOT OUR EYES ON THESE VINTAGE WALL CHARTS PRINTED ON AGED RECYCLED PAPER FROM LIFESTYLE LABEL BASTILLE AND SONS. ‘LEOPARDS…

5 min.
fortitude valley

Brisbane is no longer seen solely as the gateway to the Sunshine State’s surf beaches – it’s now a thriving hotspot in itself. A wave of boutiques, Instagrammable restaurants and chic hotels has washed over Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley – just to the north of the city’s CBD – in response to a restless rustle for change. Don’t fret though: the laid-back Queensland holiday atmosphere remains, and is seen in the new spaces’ green lawns, coastal colour palettes and relaxed indoor-outdoor vibe. Choose between wandering down leafy streets speckled with enticing stores, or kicking back by the river at the new hotspot Howard Smith Wharves (HSW), but one thing is certain – this precinct is stepping up its style game. SHOP 1. Arc and Family After starting out with a pot plant stall at…

2 min.
bonnie ashley

QUEENSLAND “MELBOURNE IS A CITY OF SEASONS, SOMETIMES FOUR IN ONE DAY, SO I REALLY LIKE GOING TO QUEENSLAND, ESPECIALLY NOOSA AND THE SUNSHINE COAST, WHERE IT’S MORE CONSISTENTLY WARM AND BEAUTIFUL ALL YEAR ROUND.” A CURRENT AFFAIR “My go-to for fashion and vintage shopping. In Australia, it’s hard to find really gorgeous vintage, but when you go to this show [market] it’s all in one spot, I almost hyperventilate! I buy a lot of my vintage clothes on Instagram, so I follow people that curate vintage and a lot of them show at A Current Affair.” Visit: A Current Affair in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Bookmark: itsacurrentaffair.com. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew “Their rose gardens are stunning. They also have an incredible store attached, where you can buy anything and everything botanical inspired.” Visit: Richmond…