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Inside Out April 2018

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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in this issue

2 min.
green is the new grey, is the new black...

How many times have we encouraged you guys to use colour? And how many times have you actually done it? Not often enough. We need to talk. What I’d really like to know is what’s actually holding you back? Is it the fear that you may not like it and you’re stuck with it? Or is it just that you like a blank, relaxing canvas to live in? Don’t worry. Just like your parents when you were young, I’m not angry, I’m just disappointed. Luckily, in this issue, we’ve found a whole batch of homes and products that will help you embrace your inner bowerbird… and if blue isn’t your thing, we have a bunch of alternatives. For those who are really genuinely trying to incorporate more colour, we have a…

1 min.

check us out... here’s what you’ll find this month at our online home how to use the latest materials trends to turn your house into a home the 4 most popular kitchen bench materials and why they work these are the biggest tile trends for 2018 what to know before purchasing the ideal rug for your home our experts answer 7 frequently asked flooring questions stay connected... PHOTOGRAPHY: (KITCHEN) FELIX FOREST, (BATHROOM) ANSON SMART, (DINING) DEREK SWALWELL. STYLING: (KITCHEN) CLAIRE DELMAR, (BATHROOM) JONO FLEMING, (DINING) RACHEL VIGOR. RUG IMAGE COURTESY OF WEAVE, WEAVEHOME.COM.AU…

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in case you missed it...

WINNING PIN! What does every newly renovated forever home need? A colour-coordinated dog, of course! Our February cover home featured the most pinned image this month. Looking to purchase your first big-ticket piece of art but don’t know where to start? British artist Alan Walsh is here to help with his top tips. reader spotlight @alysestudios shows how to colour-clash, pairing her cushion designs with graphic photo prints by @loftcreative. Show us how you do style by tagging your photos with #sharemystyle and @insideoutmag. most double-tapped Our readers dove head-first into this eco-friendly rammed earth home in Botswana, from our February issue. IN YOUR NEWS FEED This heritage terrace in Sydney hides a stunning industrial interior. Head to our website to see inside this project from Breathe Architecture. follow Inside Out Facebook facebook.com/Inside.Out.magazine.au Instagram @insideoutmag Pinterest pinterest.com/insideoutpins Twitter twitter.com/insideoutmag YouTube…

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screen play

From deep in Germany’s Bavaria comes Dante Goods And Bads, the brainchild of artist Aylin Langreuter and industrial designer Christophe de la Fontaine.Their ‘Minima Moralia’ room divider of powder-coated aluminum and pleated fabric, now available at Domo, typifies the duo’s love of the material world. Stand it zig-zagged, straight or curved – this piece consists of as many 180cm x 80cm modules as you like and deftly crosses the bridge between a functional everyday item and the truly extraordinary. ‘Minima Moralia’ room divider in Bordeaux, POA, Domo, domo.com.au.…

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heating up

There’s something magical about sitting and watching the flames of a fireplace on a chilly winter night. Of course, it can be tricky to even start a real wood fire – not to mention messy. Gas fireplaces, on the other hand, can serve as the centrepiece of the family home while offering touch-of-a-button convenience and a clean, contemporary look. hot new looks New Zealand-based company Escea is at the forefront of developments in gas fireplaces. For 15 years, it has been pushing the boundaries on every level, covering everything from heat output and efficiency to aesthetics and installation flexibility. Nina Skrzynski, founder of design firm Nina Maya Interiors, installed one during the renovation of her Palm Beach house and has long been a fan. “I always use Escea in my clients’ homes as…

1 min.
cot & rocking chair

1 SWEET DREAMS why it works: Shapely curves combine with pastel tones for a peaceful partnersh p ‘Ava Lifestages’ cot, $1195, Plyroom, plyroomcom.au.. Artifort ‘Series 500’ rocking chair, from $5702, Ke-Zu, kezu.com.au. 2 SITTING PRETTY why it works: Ideal for a small nursery, slimline styles mix with organic textures ‘Teeny’ cot in Dove Grey, $799, Incy Interiors, incyinteriors.com.au. ‘Tucker’ rocking chair, $940, Clickon Furniture, clickonfurniture.com.au. 3 MODERN CLASSIC why it works: Vertical lines are mirrored for a cohesive look Kalon Studios ‘Caravan’ cot, $1495, Kido Store, kidostore.com. Hans Wegner ‘J16’ rocking chair in Papercord, $3150, Great Dane, greatdanefurniture.com.au. PHOTOGRAPHY AND STYLING: ( AIN) PAIGE JONES, PAIGEJONES.US. ‘CARAVAN’ COT IMAGE COURTESY KALON STUDIOS, KALONSTUDIOS.COM…