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Inside Out September 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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Australia
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English
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Are Media Pty Limited
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6 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
bring on the flowers & fun

Change is as good as a holiday, or so they say. And when it comes to seasons, I think the beginning of spring is exactly that. There’s a definite sense of excitement in the air, and it’s not just because my favourite flowers are momentarily affordable. When it comes to your home, September is the time to throw open the windows and doors to let the outside in again, ignoring the night’s chill that is still lingering. It’s also the time to shake off the moody blues (actually navy, based on this year’s palette) and introduce a bit of fun. This issue is a celebration of that. In the pages that follow, we wanted to showcase the different ways you can freshen up your home for the months ahead. From new ways…

1 min.
in case you missed it...

WINNING PIN! This dining zone from the home of the Bowerbird Interiors owners spun our Pinterest fans right ’round this month! It scored 260k+ impressions and many, many repins. It clearly says “home” to a lot of people. reader spotlight Hey @__jo__loves__, we love your space, and we’re not just biased because of the accessory on your coffee table! Don’t forget to share your pictures with us using the hashtag #insideoutmag. most double tapped Our Instagram audience swooned over this incredible townhouse renovation by Compass & Rose. Find the home at insideout.com.au. IN YOUR NEWS FEED The transformation of an entry garden by SolScapes had our Facebook friends green with envy – the before-and-after shots were just too good to miss. follow Inside Out Facebook facebook.com/Inside.Out.magazine.auInstagram @insideoutmag Pinterest pinterest.com/insideoutpinsTwitter twitter.com/insideoutmagYouTube youtube.com/insideoutaus Bathroom makeovers were the hot topic of conversation on…

1 min.
insideout.com.au

CHECK US OUT here’s what you’ll find this month at our online home let’s go outside! Check out loads of outdoor inspiration for the new season stay connected... head to our products section: top garden buys design rules worth breaking Take a look at spaces that showcase a rebellious streak bathroom decisions Expensive elements of a wet-zone reno that are totally worth it expert advice Get the most overlooked kitchen design elements just right PHOTOGRAPHY: (LET’S GO OUTSIDE) ALICIA TAYLOR, (DESIGN RULES) ARMELLE HABIB, (BATHROOM DECISIONS) SEAN FENNESSY, (EXPERT ADVICE), DEREK SWALWELL. BATHROOM DECISIONS IMAGE, COURTESY OF REECE.COM.AU STYLING: (LET’S GO OUTSIDE & EXPERT ADVICE) HEATHER NETTE KING, (DESIGN RULES) JULIA GREEN, (BATHROOM DECISIONS) BREE LEECH. ‘LANNA’ GARDEN SCREENS, $685 EACH, ARKO FURNITURE, ARKOFURNITURE.COM.AU…

1 min.
chain reaction

Fragility meets strength in the distinctive ‘Enigma’ chain room divider, the latest from Melbourne design duo Porcelain Bear. The piece capitalises on the perceived delicacy of porcelain, transforming the durable material into a sculptural chain mail of white links.Tailor made to complement the studio’s other distinctive pieces, the feature screen is an absolute showstopper. ‘Enigma’ chain, $500/lineal metre, ‘Eido CF’ pendant light, $3540, and ‘Metro’ dining table, $12,500; visit porcelainbear.com for more info.…

1 min.
bench & planter

1 MINIMALIST why it works: Stripped-back simplicity and geometric shapes allow vibrant greenery to shine Friends&Founders ‘Our Bench Net’ bench, from $2486, Fred International, fredinternational.com.au. Boskke ‘Sky’ planter, from $45, Design Dispensary, designforuse.com.au. 2 MODERN TWIST why it works: The bright yellow and sculptural shape of the seat complement the clean lines of the hanging pot Maiori A600’ bench, $1235, Obodo, obodo.com.au. ‘Saturn’ hanger, $130, and ‘Homebody’ pot, $95, Ivy Muse, ivymuse.com.au. 3 REFINED FORMS why it works: The curvy appeal of this duo is offset by muted tones ‘Palissade’ dining bench by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, $848, Hay, hayshop.com.au. Menu ‘Hanging Vessel’ planter, $189.85, Design Mode International, designmode.com.au. PHOTOGRAPHY: (MAIN) ALICIA TAYLOR. STYLING: (MAIN) HEATHER NETTE KING…

2 min.
planters

Assorted cement pots DESIGNERS: Becc and Maddie Sharrock of Studio Twocan Looking at the whimsical and wonderful designs produced by Melbourne sisters Maddie (pictured left), an artist, and Becc, a graphic designer, it may come as a surprise that the pots are made of cement. The sorbet-toned pieces featuring splices, swatches and swirls of colour take humble cement into an entirely new realm once the sisters have finished. “During production, we layer each colour to create an organic feel,” says Maddie. Once the pots have taken shape via moulds, each piece is then polished with sealers, which leaves that final sparkle. “It’s our intention to emulate the earth’s natural beauty, referencing aerial views and cross sections of the Australian landscape,” says Becc. Clearly, the pots make a great home for another of…