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Better Homes and Gardens Australia

Better Homes and Gardens Australia November 2019

Better Homes and Gardens - full of ideas, inspiration and information for you and your family. Every issue of Better Homes and Gardens is packed with inspiring, affordable and achievable ideas plus step-by-step projects for all areas of your home and garden.

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13 Issues


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Oh my goodness – how breathtaking! When you arrive at the gardening pages your senses will love the magnificent images that are our gift to you this month! There are exquisite water lilies, or blooms bursting with colour, tomatoes even and, of course, the big fave–healthy green lawns. And that comes with all the lush ideas that follow for your outdoor living areas – so abundant and joyous But something has eaten all the agapanthus to the ground, night after night. Nearly the whole garden has been denuded. Is it deer, kangaroos or the wombats? Whomever it is, it’s sheer desperation for food. And that’s down at our farm. The relentless drought has left our wonderful wildlife with nothing to eat. The bitter, normally unpleasant aggies are now the main source…

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EDITORIAL Editor-in-chief Julia Zaetta Editor Dora Papas Creative director Scott Cassidy Managing editor Artemis Gouros Production editor Joseph Kenworthy Editor’s assistant Elaine Nasr Enquiries (02) 9394 2496 Design director Monique Larracy Senior designer Carol Tang Decorating Editor Dora Papas Garden editor Jenny Dillon Acting food editor Jennene Plummer DIY writer Greg Fahey Craft editor Siobhan Rogers Beauty editor Annie Millar Photo librarian Autumn Mooney Decorating stylist Vanessa Tidy REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS Garden diary Tony Fawcett Moon gardening Milton Black Health & beauty Samantha Harrison Pets Caroline Zambrano CONTENT MANAGEMENT TEAM Copy directors Chrystal Glassman, Daniel Moore ADVERTISING Brand solutions director Clarissa Wilson (02) 9394 2647 Brand solutions manager Alison Kirkman (02) 9394 2033 Brand solutions executive Sam Maguire (02) 9394 2349 Vic sales director Fran Vavallo (03) 8636 7526 Qld sales director Angela Coley (07) 3368 4203 WA account manager Jessica Mohen (08) 9482 3306 SA account manager Danielle Coffey-Carter (08) 7231 5909 NZ – Auckland…

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your most relaxing summer

WITH YOUR OUTDOOR GALAXY KITCHEN al fresco dining HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER THE SPRINTER CORNER LOUNGE, chic & modern, IS YOUR IDEAL SUMMER GO-TO RETREAT SHOP AT YOUR LOCAL STORE, ONLINE AT HN.COM.AU OR CALL 1300 464 278 Harvey Norman stores are operated by independent franchisees. Advertised prices valid at NSW stores only. Prices may vary between states due to additional freight costs. Promotion ends 30/11/2019.…

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outdoor rooms

garden shows, magazines and books are a wealth of inspiration when it comes to designing your green escape. And, no matter how grand the original inspiration, with a jig here and rejig there, you will be amazed at how you can reinterpret the original design to suit your backyard – regardless of size, shape and levels. Time to get your hands dirty in the garden and create a fabulous spot to chill and entertain! MELLOW YELLOW For your outdoor room, design a symmetrical sunken seating area surrounded by a box hedge – almost like a low wall. Make a feature of each corner with colour-coordinated, loose cottage-like plantings, in beautiful contrast to the formality of the hedge. Love sport and entertaining? Consider an outdoor TV or a sealed enclosure for regular viewing.…

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a study in symmetry

LOVELY LUPINS Tiny flower bombs climb the stems to create colourful lighthouses in your garden. 1 STEPPING UP Don’t let a sloping block or a change of level prevent you from integrating your outdoor area with your home’s interior. You can maintain flow with wide steps that lead you down to a sunken lounge, nestled within hedging to soften the hard landscape materials. Also key is a consistent colour palette between inside and out. 2 CREATE A BRIDGE Enjoy your pond’s plant and marine life up close with a bridge of ‘floating’ pavers, staggered across the water for a less formal approach. PS, if your pond is more than 30cm deep, it will require pool fencing. 3 GARDEN ART Make a feature of a striking sculpture. It can be an arresting focal point or one you happen…

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romance is in the air

2 BISTRO STYLE As the weather warms, the lure of the outdoors increases. If you fancy eating alfresco, turn your attention to creating a desirable dining spot. Surrounded by lush foliage and plants, there’s something very appealing about a bistro-style setting. Rather than today’s penchant for stools, you’ll appreciate chairs so you can lean back in comfort. RAMBLING ROSE As the multiple layers of petals unfurl, more of its beauty is revealed. Photography GAP Photos/Matteo Carassale. Prices are approximate and a guide only.…