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Inside Out November 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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6 Issues

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2 min.
feeling festive yet?

Are you thinking it’s too early to be talking about Christmas? I promise you, it’s not. By the time you read this there will only be nine weekends (at most!) until it’s here. So think of us as your wake-up call, if you need one, and your guide to putting in a little effort early to make your day shine extra bright. When you want ideas, Megan Morton is your woman. So it was a magical day shooting with Megan and her friends Rachel Burke and Rachel Castle, plus sausage dog Sydney. Turn to page 42 for the story, including simple (honestly!) craft projects and ideas for fuss-free celebrations. There’s even a decoration that turns into a drink! We’ve also done the hard work for you on the shopping front, with…

1 min.
in case you missed it...

WINNING PIN! These pavers work perfectly with a lush urban garden in this light-filled Brisbane home. No backyard? No worries. We shared the best fruit and vegetables that thrive in pots and containers on Twitter. reader spotlight We love the painted brick wall in this sunny bedroom by @finleyandmama. Share your pics with us using #sharemystyle and@insideoutmag. most double-tapped We all dreamt of Morocco with this stunning photo of Le Riad Yasmine showcasing the best of global design. IN YOUR NEWS FEED This stunning Hamptons home with a twist from our August issue is a magical escape from the city. follow Inside Out Facebook facebook.com/InsideOutAu Instagram @insideoutmag Pinterest pinterest.com/insideoutpins Twitter twitter.com/insideoutmag YouTube youtube.com/insideoutaus PHOTOGRAPHY: (PINTEREST) CATHY SCHUSLER, (INSTAGRAM) ARMELLE HABIB,(READER SPOTLIGHT) @FINLEYANDMAMA,(FACEBOOK) MATTHEW WILLIAMS. STYLING: (PINTEREST) MEGAN MORTON, (READER SPOTLIGHT) @FINLEYANDMAMA…

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colour trend brass

1 min.
top 10 picks grid

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perfect pairs bench & hooks

NATURAL BEAUTY why it works: A refined design in natural timber makes it classic GamFratesi ‘Waltz’ coat rack, $1121, Space Furniture, spacefurniture.com.au. ‘Pas Mal’ rattan bench, $1395, Kira & Kira, kiraandkira.com.au. CURVE APPEAL why it works: The circular columns of the bench are echoed by the cylindrical hooks ‘Mid Century’ multi hook, $99, West Elm, westelm.com.au. ‘Ridge’ bench seat, $849, Beeline Design, beelinefurnituredesign.com.au. COLOUR CRUSH why it works: Fine lines meet metallics for modern sophistication Hay ‘Volet’ hooks in anodised aluminium, $54/set of 2, Cult, cultdesign.com.au. Muuto ‘Oslo’ bench, $3049, Living Edge, livingedge.com.au.…

2 min.
3 of a kind pitchers

JamFactory ‘Drop’ jugs DESIGNER: Liam Fleming After trying glassblowing as a child with his parents, Liam Fleming blew his first glass ‘bubbles’ at the age of 16, when he did work experience at a local studio. Now working out of Adelaide’s JamFactory as the glass studio’s production manager, he creates a range of vivid homewares. The colour in his ‘Drop’ jugs is added at the start of the process, then topped with thin layers of clear glass. “The spout shows the handmade qualities of our process of glassblowing,” says Liam. “A team of three glassblowers creates each jug – one starts the process by blowing the glass into a mould, an assistant helps with the mould and transfer of the piece, then the finisher completes the top of the jug and pulls…