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Inside Out

September 2019

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
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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editor’s letter

It’s September, which signals the end of winter and the flushing out of warmer spring days. To me, that means sunny but cool late afternoons at home, with my low lamplight just right in the space that I have lovingly layered and curated over time. My home is small, but no less lovely for it, so I am really into this issue where we focus on compact spaces packed with clever design ideas that allow comfort and style to follow. This month, we visit seven small but clever homes and it’s fascinating to see the way the owners have made their spaces work without sacrificing personal style. A tiny apartment gets a feminine revamp, an architect shares his minimalist transformation, a family brings a soft, considered palette to their interiors, and…

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inside out

EDITORIAL EDITOR Eliza O’Hare CREATIVE DIRECTOR Mia Daminato DEPUTY EDITOR Karlie Verkerk HOMES GROUP COORDINATOR Sara Sleeman ART & STYLE JUNIOR DESIGNER Sophie Wilson IMAGE RETOUCHER/DESIGNER Matus Kundrat MARKET EDITOR Natalie Johnson FEATURES & COPY SENIOR COPY EDITOR & WRITER Deborah Grant HOMES GROUP PRODUCTION EDITOR Tamarah Pienaar SENIOR DIGITAL WRITER Christina Rae THANKS TO ART DIRECTORS Josie Smith, Katrina Yaxley SENIOR FEATURES EDITOR Lindyl Crabb ADVERTISING & PRODUCTION HOMES COMMERCIAL MANAGER Rhonda Maunder (02) 9282 8687 HOMES MANAGER Kimberly Anderson (02) 9338 6103 BRAND EXECUTIVE Jennifer Burke (02) 9288 9145 ADVERTISING PRODUCTION MANAGER Kate Orsborn (02) 9282 8364 VICTORIA, SA AND WA SALES DIRECTOR Jaclyn Clements (03) 9823 6341 DIRECTOR OF SALES — NSW Karen Holmes (02) 9282 8733 VICTORIA HEAD OF DIRECT SALES Will Jamison (03) 9823 6301 QUEENSLAND HEAD OF SALES Judy Taylor (07) 3101 6636 CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING Nick Carson (02) 9282 8369 NEW ZEALAND INQUIRIES +61 2 9282 8505 GENERAL MANAGER — PRODUCTION…

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news

JUST LAUNCHED close to home Check out this new outdoor furniture by our Cult Classic editor, David Harrison, produced in conjunction with Robert Plumb. His elegant Ribbon collection has a refined metal silhouette that reflects David’s sharp eye and encyclopaedic knowledge of furniture – and it’s right at the top of our hot list! ROBERTPLUMB.COM.AU crock lobster Bring life to your table with the latest batch of handcrafted Puglian ceramic crockery from lifestyle project Alex and Trahanas. Launching in October, the Australia-based brand’s Lobster, Octopus and Limone serving plates are perfect for coastal or country Christmases. ALEXANDTRAHANAS.COM CARRY-Y-ALL The new Kvanting carrier bag from Ikea celebrates equality through design, flying six rainbow stripes on its foldable polypropylene design. $2.99 (with proceeds going towards a $20,000 donation to LGBT+ health organisation ACON). IKEA.COM.AU COOL CONCEPT DESIGN WINE Sustainability-conscious couple Lentil…

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open shelf & lamp

1 IN NEUTRAL why it works The classical, sculptural lamp is in harmony with the simple elegance of the divider. Gazzda ‘Muse’ oak room divider (1m x 45cm x 1.4m), $2063, Curious Grace. Attalos G95 table lamp, $520, Marz Designs. 2 MIXED METALS why it works Both feature brass accents, which provide relief against the black finishes. WON ‘Slice’ rack, $3290, Trit House. Note Design Studio ‘Vinge’ lamp, $1950, Great Dane. 3 GREY MATTER why it works This lamp’s mirrored finish acts in subtle contrast to the muted grey shelves. Muuto ‘Compile’ Configuration 3 shelving in Grey, $950, Lightly. &Tradition ‘Journey Shy1’ table lamp, $690, Design Farm.…

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tamara dean

What’s the story behind your Endangered series and the shot that won the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize? I was on Heron Island with the Climate Council to learn about the effects of climate change on the Great Barrier Reef. I went along not knowing much about what was going to happen, so I took my camera because I thought it could be an opportunity to try out photographing people underwater. We were snorkelling, and I asked my group if they would consider helping me try this idea out. It involved them getting undressed, but they were happy to do that. When I was able to show them the photos back on the island, people who hadn’t been there were saying that they wished they had been. When the bodies are…

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luxe looks for less

Create a living-room look that’s rich in colour and texture by combining moody green and blue hues with plush fabrics, such as velvet and linen plus a few gilded accents In the dining room, start with a pared-back colour palette and layer classic chevron patterns and elegant curves. A drinks trolley and vessels add another element of luxe For an understated luxe bedroom scheme, choose furniture and homewares with fine lines and delicate details. Earthy tones, such as oak, sage and rust, are lifted with hints of brass…

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