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Better Homes and Gardens AustraliaBetter Homes and Gardens Australia

Better Homes and Gardens Australia May 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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welcome to may

and I have a corker of a recipe that I serve as a dessert just about every time I have friends and family over. It’s especially great when I have very posh guests, in front of whom I really need to be schmick! Meet Italian affogato, and it’s the best! Affogato actually means ‘drowned’ and that’s how the ingredients work – they sort of drown each other which is why it’s so lipsmacking. If you’ve not done it before, have a go. Presentation is essential, of course. So use your best wine glasses and sit them on a plate, with room for a small espresso cup and a shot glass as well. Put two of the roundest scoops possible (presentation again) of vanilla ice-cream – or maybe caramel or choc chip…

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the things you'll ♡ this month

ANZAC CARAMEL SLICE WITH BANANA AND PASSIONFRUIT To make our fabulous cover recipe to honour our returned services men and women for Anzac Day, follow steps for the Anzac caramel tart with banana and passion fruit, page108. But instead, grease the base and sides of a 30 x 20cm lamington tin and don’t push the cooked oat base down to flatten. Once slice has cooled, cut into pieces. Top with whipped coconut cream, sliced banana and passionfruit pulp. Garnish with mint leaves. Serve.…

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better homes and gardens

EDITORIAL Editor-in-chief Julia Zaetta Deputy editor and decorating 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 Garden editor Jenny Dillon Food editor Elle Vernon DIY writer Greg Fahey Craft editor Siobhan Rogers Beauty editor Annie Millar Acting photo librarian Allison Miller 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 coordinator Calvin Simpson (02) 9394 2938 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 –…

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35 dreamy bedroom ideas

quick, simple tips to help style your bedroom beautiful – now! Often all it takes to give your sleeping space a fresh, restful mood is to swap out your old bedlinen for a new set. So, from mini decorating project ideas through to better buys, even those you ‘have to have whatever the cost’, let these pages inspire a room where you can lay your head down to sleep and dream! 1 CREATE A BOLD TROPICAL HAVEN Rediscover rattan and cane bedroom furniture. Combined with a standout tropical wallpaper featuring swaying banana and fan palms, you’ll sleep, and wake, in paradise. PS, Dress the bed with pale linen sheets but nod to the wallpaper with black Euro pillows and a terracotta cushion. 2 CHANNEL AUSTRALIANA Even a single scatter cushion on your bed can…

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get sorted!

SMART STORAGE GIVES ALL YOUR BELONGINGS A PLACE TO CALL HOME Ask any real estate agent, and they’ll tell you that storage is one of the most sought-after features in a home. Good storage gives you a place for items big and small, so they’re out of sight and easy to find. Best of all, smart solutions don’t have to be expensive. Whether it’s a walk-in wardrobe or smaller storage like shelving and shoe racks, you can tailor your storage to meet your individual needs. TOP 3 TIPS FOR ORGANISING 1 Make use of storage you already have. Think about how you can better use wardrobes and cupboards with drawer organisers, hanging racks and shelves. 2 Look at storage that lets you mix and match pieces to perfectly fit your space. Don’t cram your…

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moody & blue

There’s nothing wishy-washy about darker blues, such as midnight, royal and navy. They have a presence that demands to be noticed. Thankfully, these shades can be used effectively to underpin a wide range of schemes, from classic to maritime, sophisticated and country – even mid-century modern. And while we may refer to them as moody, the only mood they evoke is one of calm. LESSON NOTES Make a case for the bold and the beautiful – deepest blue! GO MONO Navy and white are a classic combination that will never date. Go for pared-down simplicity and you’ll be on a winner. OPT FOR REFINED ELEGANCE Couple darkest blue with timber, then for a look of time-honoured craftsmanship and character, introduce hand-tooled leather trunks or boxes. ROCK A CONTRAST Complement handsome moody blues with pinks, reds, corals, greens and…

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