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Inside Out April 2016

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.

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Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
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6 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
create your own look

palette 1 Balance pastel tones with neutral shades for an elegant living area. This palette introduces bright colour in a gentle way. Transform a plain white wall with a painted faux dado. If you want to try a pop of colour, commit to a small stripe of sweet pink. Add depth to the look by painting geometric vessels in these complementary tones. It’s a subtle way to create cohesive style. Sort out your kit! You’ll need a pencil, tape measure, painter’s tape, drop sheets and paint rollers to complete these projects, as well as the all-important paint. Calculate how much paint you need for your space and ensure you have the right type of paint to suit this particular application. palette 2 Your study will score top style marks with a wall of feature shelving. Stimulate…

2 min.
colour, how to have it, oh and how to be a modern princess…

Each month, after we’ve completed most of the issue, I love taking a look at ‘the wall of minis’, which is basically the whole magazine in a small format (take a look below). As I cast my eyes across the pages, I enjoy noting the modern palette that inevitably shines through. This time around, the scheme was on a whole other spectrum! We love celebrating bold choices, and this year in our Colour issue, we focus on a few different ways to add interest to your home. From the beginning of your reno process, Shannon Vos helps you build excitement into your framework on page 60. If you’re a bit like me, and want to get bang for your colour buck, have a look at our inspiration gallery on page 52,…

1 min.
here’s what you’ll find this month at our online home

10 ways to colour-boost your home Revamp and re-energise any space with these bright ideas. renovation tips DREAM KITCHENS Be inspired to update the heart of your home with our take on the best layouts and finishes, as well as common mistakes to avoid. expert advice GARDEN DESIGN No space? No problem! Plan a small garden that suits your lifestyle with the help of our clever design tips. product guides FLOORING STYLE FILE Get the lowdown on timber, carpet, concrete and rugs, with all the info you need to make the right choice for your space.…

1 min.
in case you missed it...

There was a buzz about @CountryRoad’s new Home collection, with people shouting the news from the treetops via Twitter. reader spotlight You can’t beat drawing colour palette inspiration from the world around you, and we’re loving @thinkgraphicdesign’s use of our March issue’s cover! most double tapped The gravitational pull of the cute Pink Moon Saloon made it all but impossible for our Instagram friends to resist this Adelaide hot spot. IN YOUR NEWS FEED Style was set in stone this month, with Facebook friends loving the look of concrete. Our gallery of concrete design ideas for every room in the house was shared 80+ times! WINNING PIN! Pinterest loved Alison Douglas’s Pipe Dream, from the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. It was in our June 2015 issue, and was repinned 338 times! follow Inside Out Facebook facebook.com/Inside.Out.magazine.au Instagram @insideoutmag…

1 min.
things we love

natural instinct A design studio takes its botanical motifs to the next level Melbourne studio Bonnie And Neil has wowed us before with their penchant for Australian flora prints and watercolour graphics, but never like this.The duo’s latest collection sees these beautiful designs grace furniture – we’re particularly taken with the ‘Banksia’ screen seen here. The range also includes cushions, table linen, bedding, and homewares. ‘Maidenhair Floral’ coffee table, $920; ‘Banksia’ screen, $2200. ‘Fern’ linen pillowcase, $70; ‘Rare Garden’ linen duvet cover, $420/queen. For more details, visit bonnieandneil.com.au.…

1 min.
perfect pairs bedside & lamp

MODERN INDUSTRIAL why it works: Both of these elements offer interesting silhouettes and detail Baxter ‘Industrielle’ cabinet by Paola Navone, $1980, Criteria, criteriacollection.com.au. Hinged table lamp, $99, Freedom, freedom.com.au. CONTEMPORARY COOL why it works: The mid-century-inspired table lends sophistication to the light’s clean lines ‘Clarendon’ 1-drawer bedside table, $399, Freedom, freedom.com.au. Kevin Reilly ‘Steeman’ table lamp, $2695, Hub Furniture, hubfurniture.com.au. CLASSIC WITH A TWIST why it works: Neutral tones, shapely legs and striking lines link these two sculptural pieces ‘Lap’ nightstand, $999, Blu Dot, bludot.com.au. ‘Akari Model 1AD’ light sculpture by Isamu Noguchi, $530, Unifor Australia, (02) 9552 9552. PHOTOGRAPHY: (TOP LEFT) DEREK SWALWELL. STYLING: (TOP LEFT) RACHEL VIGOR…