Home Design Issue #23.4 2021

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ed’s letter

Looking to do a complete renovation? Strap yourselves in because this issue is all about design. Let’s start by figuring out your style. Do you favour all that is contemporary or do you err on the side of traditional? Our feature showcases the very latest design styles — some newbies and some that have stood the test of time. Now that you’ve got your style sorted, we can move on to interior decoration. We show you how you can bring your interiors to life with paint colours, wallpaper, flooring and lighting. Sometimes you really can judge a book by its cover and our feature takes a look at what’s new in exterior choices, from wall, window and door designs to roofing, bricks, render and cladding. There are plenty of projects to get…

2 Min
design society

NEW WAVE COLLECTION BY GREG NATALE Riding the wave of nostalgia, Greg Natale’s vibrant New Wave collection of vases embraces the colour and flamboyance of the 1980s. Glossy and geometric, the vases look beautiful grouped together but have equal impact when styled solo. Reminiscent of the past but reimagined in a contemporary way, New Wave is available in a range of colours including classic black and white, vibrant blues and stunning maroon as well as soft pastels. Fill with sculptural florals or greenery and watch your home burst to life. gregnatale.com STUDIO DEL CASTILLO Freshly rebranded and relaunched, Studio del Castillo (formerly In Design International) is a force to be reckoned with. The award-winning interior architecture and interior design studio is responsible for a number of the world’s classiest hotels and exclusive residences.…

2 Min
five of the best… lamps

1 / LUNE TABLE LAMP Made to order in Denmark from waxed oiled oak, The Lune lamp fuses traditional woodturning and natural materials with modern technology. The perfectly rounded solid oak shade is beautifully contrasted by the contemporary LED light source. The name “Lune” references the Scandinavian word “lunt”, which roughly translates to “warm, cosy and glowing”. Endeavouring to make products that bring comfort and ease to consumers, Brdr. Kruger has produced a lamp that is fresh, bold and contemporary, and one that is rooted in the family company’s passion for wood and craftsmanship. Lune was designed by trained Norwegian craftsman and designer Sverre Uhnger, who is known for creating tactile furniture and products that look and feel natural. brdr-kruger.com 2 / ARANCINI FLOOR LAMP The minimal geometric form of the Arancini lamp…

3 Min
out & about

TIGMI TRADING STUDIO, BYRON BAY Beloved interiors brand Tigmi Trading has set up shop in the Byron Arts and Industrial Estate, and the location couldn’t be more fitting for the trend-setting brand. Curated to perfection, the open-plan space serves as a studio, shopfront and headquarters. A little bit Mediterranean and a little bit Moroccan, the halcyon entrance is bold and beautiful. Inside, you’ll find all Tigmi’s latest treasures, from lighting and furniture to rugs and art, plus a Brutalist monolith that stops you in your tracks. Pop in and take a gander at pieces from Pierre Paulin, Charlotte Perriand, Mario Bellini, Michel Ducaroy, Tobia Scarpa, Pierre Jeanneret and Jan Ekselius. Photography by Alicia Taylor. tigmitrading.com AFTER HOURS EXHIBITION, MELBOURNE Held inside Volker Haug Studio as part of Melbourne Design Week 2021, the After…

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neale whitaker for luxaflex®

In recent years, the role of window coverings has evolved to place greater emphasis on indoor/outdoor living. According to Neale Whitaker, consumers have a better understanding of the transformative effect of light and the benefits of energy efficiency, temperature regulation and privacy control. Once an afterthought, window coverings are now front and centre of most consumers’ minds. “Light has the ability to transform a room and change its mood, and that is particularly relevant to us here in Australia, where natural light is abundant but often harsh,” says Neale. “To my mind, window coverings are one of the key choices in any interior design scheme, from both an aesthetic and functional perspective.” Like a friend in your living room, Neale has become a bonafide “household name” across our wide brown land.…

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dom gauci

“Much like a bumper sticker on the back of a car, art in the home can tell you a lot about a person,” says Dom Gauci, artist and founder of DG Designs. “It’s a reflection of you to some extent and as you evolve, so does your taste in art and design.” DG Designs was a happy accident born in New York. While living and studying in the city, Dom challenged herself to create one complete illustration every day for a year. What began as a way to re-focus her energy into more creative outlets quickly became a viable business, with requests flooding in and Dom’s stash of pencils shrinking by the day. So where did it all begin? We sat down with Dom to pick her brain and perve on her…