EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
Home & Garden
Inside Out

Inside Out

May 2020

Australia's best interiors magazine, Inside Out delivers inspiring homes, clever design ideas and practical decorating solutions. Discover the latest homewares trends, stunning outdoor spaces, and what's new for the living room, kitchen, bathroom and garden.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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6 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
home delivery

Last night my boyfriend and I stayed home and ate a platter of fresh oysters for dinner. The plates overflowed with three varieties from three farms up and down Australia’s East Coast, from Nambucca to Merimbula. Each was slightly different, but all were creamy and delicious and arrived via contact-free delivery from a refrigerated van. Home-delivered oysters… why have we not been doing this the whole time? This is one thing that will stick around after COVID-19 recedes. Good, locally grown and made products and door-to-door service will stay – that will be the new normal. And why not? Recently, I’ve received 10 hydrangea saplings in the mail (posted from the Mornington Peninsula) and my cookbook orders have been turning up on the doorstep. My goldfish need more aquatic plants in…

1 min.
home sweet home

We all have an attachment to place. Whether it’s our family home or the first property we lived in, that pull of the sentimental is ever-present, particularly – and perhaps most importantly – during times of uncertainty. For Sydney-based illustrator Georgia Norton Lodge, this sense of connection was the inspiration behind starting her own business, Georgia Draws a House. Rooted in the familiar, her sweet bespoke illustrations, starting from $99, are a simple way to celebrate all the beloved places and spaces in your life. If you’d like to try your hand at drawing a house yourself, Georgia can teach you in one of her fun virtual drawing workshops. See georgiadrawsahouse.com or @georgiadrawsahouse…

2 min.
news

PARIS DREAMING HOT HOTEL MONSIEUR GEORGE When you’re next in Paris, spoil yourself with a room at Monsieur George, an historic hotel that has just undergone designer Anouska Hempel’s signature treatment. The chic neighbourhood, in the 8th, also makes it a great base for hitting design and arts stores. Pencil it in for 2021. MONSIEURGEORGE.COM INSPIRED BY ISOLATION Some of the good stuff we’re connecting with as we prepare to leave the house... DESIGN SCHOOL MASTERCLASS Now is the time to get into Kelly Wearstler’s online masterclass series, where the LA-based design star will cover all the basics and help you to find your style, work with pattern and understand lighting. MASTERCLASS.COM OYSTERS ON CALL EAST 33 The launch of E33 Delivery means that Sydneysiders will now have access to a next-day delivery service of impeccable immunity-boosting shucked or unshucked…

1 min.
room dividers

1 min.
brutalist

1 min.
bath stool & towel

WASH BUDDIES Why it works The organic look of this combination will do wonders for an all-white bathroom. Full linen bath towel, $249, Loom Towels. Simple whitewash timber stool, $395, Harpers Project. SOFT SELL Why it works Pink tones and contoured shapes bring life to a space. Navara textured cotton-bamboo bath towel in Dusty Pink, $49.99, Adairs. Tina Frey resin side table in Nude, $895, Oliver Thom. FIZZ KIDS Why it works A dash of orange taken from the terrazzo adds energy to a neutral scheme. Twiggy bath sheet in Khaki, $89, Sage x Clare. Terrazzo hourglass stump in Natural, $450, Fenton & Fenton. DARK ENERGY Why it works Stylish black pieces can take your bathroom into the highlight zone. Waffle bath towel in Slate, $49.95, Aura Home. Ubud four-leg stool in Black, $69, April and Oak. PHOTOGRAPHY: CHRIS WARNES (MAIN SHOT). STYLING: NATALIE WALTON (MAIN…