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Outdoor DesignOutdoor Design

Outdoor Design Issue#36 2018

Outdoor Design is one of Australia’s leading outdoor design magazines, showcasing the latest innovative design and construction for outdoor living spaces, bringing the best quality products and professional services in the landscaping industry to gardens all around Australia. Outdoor Design & Living is a bi-annual magazine that features particular lifestyles with outdoor rooms including kitchens, outdoor lighting, water features, sound systems and outdoor theatres, pools and spas, as well as indoor-outdoor furniture. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

How do you define good design? And how do you ensure your new garden will not just complement your home, but meet your family’s lifestyle needs now and well into the future? Working with an experienced, qualified landscape designer or contractor is the best way to achieve success, but the entire process will go more smoothly and yield better results if you do a bit of planning and research of your own before you bring in the experts. In our special “Gardens by design” feature, we take you through the steps involved in designing a garden. This will help you to give some proper thought to what you want from your garden and what you need before you engage a landscape professional and they’re “on the clock”. Australia-wide we are blessed…

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concrete chic

01: The Lotus pot (short), with an on-trend raw concrete-look finish, from On The Side. onthesidehome.com 02: Curvaceous Orson concrete side table in classic grey from Coco Republic. cocorepublic.com.au 03: For indoors or out, the Lennon concrete stool from Coco Republic. cocorepublic.com.au 04: The Cylinder Crown pot, available in three sizes, from On The Side. onthesidehome.com 05: Durable and lightweight, the Double Band pot (tall) from On The Side. onthesidehome.com 06: The indoor-outdoor Regent concrete dining table from Coco Republic. cocorepublic.com.au 07: Streamlined Cooper concrete round dining table from Slabs By Design. slabsbydesign.com.au 08: Made from lightweight concrete, the Wren accent stool from Coco Republic. cocorepublic.com.au 09: The Chevron pot, available in four sizes, from On The Side. onthesidehome.com…

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stay frosty

01: Holmegaard glass lanterns with leather strap from Top3 by Design. top3.com.au 02: The solar-powered SunLight outdoor pendant light from Until. until.com.au 03: Eva Solo frosted and clear glass orchid pot from Royal Design. royaldesign.com 04: An Eva Solo self-watering frosted pot from The Good Store. thegoodstore.com.au 05: Sleek Eva Solo glass and stainless-steel lantern from Zanui. zanui.com.au 06: Available in two sizes, the Eva Solo flower pot from Royal Design. royaldesign.com 07: Holmegaard’s Design With Light frosted bowl from Royal Design. royaldesign.com 08: Set of two Tiseo frosted glass tea light holders from Blomus. blomus.com.au 09: Hour glass-shaped Gaia Holmegaard planters from Top3 by Design. top3.com.au 10: Set the mood with the SunLight Bell outdoor lamp from Until. until.com.au…

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two in one

01: Hand-painted, single-piece timber Stumpies from Pop & Scott. popandscott.com 02: Made of solid scented cedar, the Riva 1920 Reel stool from Fanuli. fanuli.com.au 03: Turned from solid pine, the Eggcup stool from Mark Tuckey. marktuckey.com.au 04: The well-rounded Southport Curve outdoor stool from GlobeWest. globewest.com.au 05: The Woodrow Tooth Stump timber stool from Fenton & Fenton. fentonandfenton.com.au 06: The solid-teak Southport Diablo from GlobeWest. globewest.com.au 07: The hand-finished cedar Woody stool by Riva 1920 from Fanuli. fanuli.com.au 08: Looking a bit like a jam jar, the Belt stool from Mark Tuckey. marktuckey.com.au 09: Crafted from radiata pine and with a soap finish, the Reel stool from Mark Tuckey. marktuckey.com.au…

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salvage mission

01: The Dodo family, part of the ee-i-ee-i-o range from Think Outside. thinkoutside.biz 02: The Biplane recycled metal outdoor chiller from Think Outside. thinkoutside.biz 03: Ravlo recycled timber, natural-finish stool from Schots Home Emporium. schots.com.au 04: Salvaged timber Sailmaking stool from Alliance Furniture Trading. alliancefurniture.com.au 05: Use as a garden sculpture or planter, Henry the Horse from Think Outside. thinkoutside.biz 06: The Build Me Up one-piece recycled metal wine rack from Think Outside. thinkoutside.biz 07: Both stylish and handy, a recycled timber hook board from Schots Home Emporium. schots.com.au 08: Made from reclaimed wood, the medium Askoy tray from Schots Home Emporium. schots.com.au 09: Hand-made from disused 44-gallon metal drums, Sid the Sheep sculpture from Think Outside. thinkoutside.biz…

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seeing red

01: Emu’s Mia stackable folding chairs and matching outdoor table from Ke-Zu. kezu.com.au 02: Add a colour accent with Sky ceramic and recycled plastic pots from Design For Use. designforuse.com.au 03: With a unique two-piece seat, Otis stools from Arko Furniture. arkofurniture.com.au 04: The Bonaldo Pebble coffee table, which can also be used as a casual seat, from Fanuli. fanuli.com.au 05: Inspired by the classic letterbox shape, the Arko from Ute Design. utedesign.com.au 06: Of sleek and modern design, the clean-lined Lobos letterbox from Ute Design. utedesign.com.au 07: Vondom’s recyclable polyethylene Vlek planters, in rich red and pristine white, from Ke-Zu. kezu.com.au…

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