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Inside Out March 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

3 min.
you’ve built your dream kitchen, now’s the time to use it!

Sharing your home with family and friends is one of life’s greatest joys. For some. While it certainly is for me, I understand that not everyone feels the same. However, there are definitely ways to minimise the stress and effort that goes into any occasion, big or small. For starters, only invite people you like. I’m not joking. Entertaining is so much more stressful when you’re grumpy that you’ve extended the invitation in the first place. Conversely, sometimes it’s nice to use your friends as guinea pigs, testing out new recipes you like the look of for the ‘real’ guests another time. The guinea pigs are pretty happy for the free meal (new-ish parents are best in this case – any meal they haven’t cooked is a winner), and you get…

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

ideas to style a bare corner Create a cosy reading nook or give that awkward space a style makeover with these decorating tips expert advice Our Panel architect, Andrew Benn, shares his top tips on how you can gain extra storage space in and around the home. renovation tips No matter what stage you’re at with your reno – from planning to the finishing touches – you’ll find expert advice, inspiring images and hard-won wisdom from fellow renovators. product guides We’ve compiled the ultimate guide to bathrooms with clever ideas and on-trend buys to help you design your dream oasis.…

1 min.
in case you missed it...

WINNING PIN! A bedroom from our September 2015 issue hit many an online moodboard with this striking four-poster being repinned 514 times! A little birdy told us that kitchen trends were a hot topic this month. @CantileverInt’s kitchen forecast was retweeted seven times most double tapped Holly Hipwell’s (@theflowerdrum) cute study attracted lots of Insta love. With the help of @westelmaus, this office is warm and inviting. reader spotlight This colourful flat-lay by Sarah Shanahan (@sarah shanahan _lifestyle) caught our eye. Our Instagram hashtag is #insideoutmag. IN YOUR NEWS FEED On Facebook, you loved hearing Shannon Vos name and shame his top 5 small-space mistakes, with more than 2500 friends giving it the thumbs up follow Inside Out Facebook facebook.com/Inside.Out.magazine.auInstagram @insideoutmag Pinterest pinterest.com/insideoutpinsTwitter twitter.com/insideoutmagYouTube youtube.com/insideoutaus PHOTOGRAPHY: (PINTEREST) COLIN DOSWELL, (INSTAGRAM) JACQUI TURK, (READER INSTAGRAM) SARAH SHANAHAN, STYLING: (PINTEREST) DEB McLEAN. (INSTAGRAM)…

1 min.
in full bloom

The great outdoors is an endless source of inspiration and this month, we turn to Mother Nature’s gems, gorgeous blooms. For a hint of colour, try soft green, pink and violet teamed with neutrals or go bold with vibrant jewel shades for a dramatic look. ‘Clean & Protect’ low sheen interior paint in Fuchsia Bloom, $60.90/4L, British Paints, britishpaints.com.au. ‘Wash&Wear 101 Barrier Technology’ low sheen acrylic paint in Snow Green Quarter, $38.90/1L, Dulux, dulux.com.au. ‘Endure’ interior low sheen paint in Saflower, $40.95/1L, Taubmans, taubmans.com.au. ‘Clean & Protect’ low sheen interior paint in Pink Drop, $56.90/4L, British Paints, as before. ‘Wash&Wear 101 Barrier Technology’ low sheen acrylic paint in Peplum Quarter, $38.90/1L, Dulux, as before. ‘Wash&Wear 101 Barrier Technology’ low sheen acrylic paint in Femininity, $45.90/1L, Dulux, as before. ‘Clean & Protect’ low sheen interior paint in Bollywood…

1 min.
cult classic

THE ORIGINAL Tacchini ‘Sesann’ sofa by Gianfranco Frattini The form: A long, low unstructured sofa featuring a gathering of fabric or leather within an exposed tubular metal framework. What makes it special: The Italian architect Gianfranco Frattini was apprenticed to Gio Ponti from 1952–1956 and produced a number of important furniture designs in this period, culminating in 1956 with a Compasso d’Oro nomination for his ‘Model 849’ armchair for Cassina (recently reissued by Tacchini and renamed ‘Agnese’). Through the late ’50s until the early 2000s, Frattini worked across a number of industrial design, furniture and interior projects, with furniture for brands such as Cassina and Bernini, lighting for Artemide, Arteluce and Lucitalia, and interiors for restaurants, nightclubs and apartments from Milan to Tokyo. While the ‘Sesann’ collection of two- and three-seater sofas…

2 min.
wallpaper

‘Cacti’ collection DESIGNER: Bethany Linz Bethany’s wallpaper all starts with a single stroke. “I paint with gouache on thick watercolour paper,” says Bethany. “I like to show all the details of the layers and brushstrokes within my wallpaper, so I have a specialist photograph my art, then I blow it up and put it in repeat on the computer.” Inspired by wall murals that have aged beautifully with time, this Sydney-based designer is also thankful for the boons of modern technology. “With digital printing, you can go crazy with your ideas, and you can keep the handpainted look that shows every brushstroke but with an affordable price tag,” says Bethany. And we’re not alone crushing on her work, as her wallpaper appeared in last year’s Maison & Objet Paris as a trendsetter. From…