Home Design Issue #22.1 2019

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winter is coming

In an average Australian home, it is estimated 79-86% of heat gain and 46-61% of heat loss can be attributed to poor performing windows (source: SWA Project 2012*). It’s little wonder that energy efficiency specifications now form part of the building design requirements included in the ‘National Construction Code’. Therefore, it is crucial to consider the energy performance factors for windows and doors being installed in your home. The decision to include suitable energy efficient windows and doors in the design of your home may increase your comfort level significantly in both summer and winter. Dowell Windows is mindful of varying housing energy requirements, modern design aesthetics and affordability when designing your home or renovation. For these reasons Dowell has developed three unique product ranges with optional energy performance configurations. The Dowell range consists…

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from india with love

The Australian furniture trade can expect to see a fresh change in the form of a new Indian company that is underpinned by family values and which has been inspired by the world’s best. Stanley Lifestyles will be bringing its indelible mark of quality to stand number INT 40 at the Australian International Furniture Fair (AIFF) this year, taking place at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre from July 18 to 21. This year’s trade event is set to be the biggest yet. Located alongside Decor + Design, together the shows will feature more than 500 leading furniture, soft furnishing, textile and lighting brands. Stanley Lifestyles’ owner, Sunil Suresh, has been in the international leather business for more than 30 years. Having spent six years producing fine leather garments for such European fashion brands…

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ed’s letter

The weather has cooled right down and that means it’s time to get cosy indoors. In Style Source we take a look at chic blankets, cushions and throws that will not only help you cuddle up on the sofa, but are also an easy way to inject colour, style and personality into your space. Speaking of getting cosy, we delve into the wonderful world of heating, too, from underfloor heating to fireplaces. Do you have a spare wall in your home that needs filling? Why not add a mirror? This will add a multipurpose feature as well as serving the obvious purpose of allowing you to look at your reflection. But it will also reflect light around the room, add style and can even create the illusion of more space. When I…

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design society

OZ DESIGN FURNITURE CELEBRATES 40 YEARS It’s hard to believe, but the Australian retailer known for always-modern, modular design actually has quite a few years under its belt! Celebrating 40 years, OZ Design Furniture was opened in 1979, originally under the name of The Great Australian Design Company, by founder John Loch. The first store was located in Auburn, Sydney, followed closely by stores in St Leonards and Fyshwick. Today, trading as OZ Design Furniture, the business operates 33 stores along the eastern seaboard of Australia along with an e-commerce site. The team invites you to join them on this monumental journey and help them celebrate the big four-oh. ozdesignfurniture.com.au MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW Mark your calendars! The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, presented by Lawn Solutions Australia, returns from…

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mirror, mirror, on the wall

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striking statement