Inside Out

Inside Out June 2020

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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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1 min.
editor’s letter

“Turn and face the strange… Ch-Ch-Changes” David Bowie hit it in 1971 with his art-pop anthem, Changes. He was right, change is strange, but powerful. Transformation has got to be the keyword for 2020 and we’re all a little bit changed after the year we’ve had. That may be why the Inside Out team enjoyed putting the Before & After issue together so much. To see the ‘befores’ and be totally wowed by the ‘afters’ is the ultimate transformation, a dip into the real-life stories behind an idea that becomes a building project that then becomes a home and the lives that happen inside it. The momentum of change picks up everything in its path and puts it down somewhere completely new. Two stories in this issue stand out for me: the…

1 min.
the cut

crowd pleaser When Dinosaur Designs and Designer Rugs collaborate, the results are always stunning. Made from hand-knotted Tibetan wool and silk, the six designs in their latest collection are graphic and power-packed with colour while revealing the two different artistic sensibilities bedhind them. Dinosaur Designs’ Louise Olsen is drawn to patterns in nature; life and work partner Stephen Ormondy’s designs take a dip into the subconscious mind. This rug by Stephen is called Crowded Room, a 240cm x 300cm design that can be custom sized to suit. designerrugs.com.au…

2 min.
the cut

ART SMART RUGGED BEAUTY Inspired by the wilderness of Tasmania, artist Alice Bell creates functional artisan stoneware that showcases the beauty of raw natural materials. The results are beautiful pieces of curvy texture that beg to be held. Her work can be purchased online. GREENHOUSEINTERIORS.COM.AU PUMP IT UP ROSE WASH Made in Marseille, this cult liquid soap is as admired for its graphic minimalist packaging as its heady wild French rose fragrance. Compagnie de Provence Wild Rose Liquid Soap, $39.95 for 500ml. LIBERTINEPARFUMERIE.COM.AU DATE NIGHT say cheese Raise the bar on date night with this farmhouse-style matched wine and cheese picnic party, hand-delivered by fromage specialist Formaggi Ocello in Sydney’s Surry Hills. The Big Bite Cheese and Wine Hamper costs $195, plus delivery. And if things go well, there’s a cheese wedding cake! OCELLO.COM.AU TAKE A SEAT NEW CRUSH Design destination Space furniture has…

1 min.
sofa beds

2 min.
cult classic

Get your online dose of design through David Harrison’s blog at designdaily.com.au THE ORIGINAL Utrecht chair by Gerrit Rietveld, manufactured by Cassina The form A block-like armchair with angular arms, completely covered in fabric. What makes it special Designed in 1935/6 for the famous Metz & Co department store in Amsterdam by renowned Dutch Modernist architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld (part of the De Stijl art movement), the armchair was a radical break from traditional upholstered furniture. Originally produced in a heavyweight brown canvas inspired by the traditional sails of Dutch ships that were preserved by tanning with oak bark, the chair was released in coloured wool after World War II. Since the early 1970s, Italian producer Cassina has held the rights to Rietveld’s furniture designs, reissuing the Utrecht armchair in 1988 with the…

5 min.
almira armstrong

What are some of your earliest memories of scent? I’ve had a love affair with candles and fragrance for as long as I can remember. One of my earliest memories as a little girl was playing with mum’s bottles of perfume at any opportunity, and during my teens I taught myself how to make candles in the kitchen at home, which I would then give to friends and family for special occasions. How did Lumira begin? I’ve always had a passion for fragrance and understanding how people create perfumes that are so easily identifiable and distinctly associated with their brand. It wasn’t until I fell pregnant with my son that I had the very real desire to turn my ongoing fragrance passion into a small business venture. My husband had visions of…