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Home & Garden
Inside Out

Inside Out July 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.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
editor’s letter

Travel changes everything, and inspires homes and interiors like nothing else. The way we travel in 2019, staying in riads or ryokans, bures or converted warehouses in Brooklyn, is amazing – and we bring influences from those spaces home with us. It’s how we end up with minimalist dining rooms, outdoor showers and intricately tiled mosaics. We’ve spent the last month in the depths of an Australian winter searching for great houses around the world with design ideas worth stealing. We’ve ended up with an eclectic mix: a sun-bleached beach house in Ibiza with truly joyful tiling; a 17th-century cottage renovation in Bologna; a modern take on a traditional lakeside cabin in Finland; a chalet in Mount Hotham; and a new build on the waterfront north of Sydney that turned out…

2 min.
news

ORDER WALLS WITH FEELING A tactile new range of wallpapers and fabrics by House Of Hackney is calling to us. Avalon (pictured above) from The Magic Of Nature collection conjures a rich palette of psychedelic botanicals, mixed with stripes and beautiful textured velvets. Drawing on nature, some of London’s iconic subcultures and a whole lot more, HOH’s new-generation designs are available through Radford Furnishings. RADFORDFURNISHINGS.COM.AU OR 1300 692 393 SHOP into the blue Trit (formerly Clickon Furniture) has a new name and some exciting new deliveries. To coincide with the relaunch, the company has also curated a number of room schemes, among them this stylish living room featuring a divine blue 2.5-seater Bale sofa by Won, $2950, and terrazzo-topped Astra tables, $1180 for the coffee table and $720 for the side version. Add a beautiful…

1 min.
greco-roman

1 min.
the anatomy of a laundry

Transforming your laundry into a stylish, efficient hub of home organisation and cleanliness is easier than you think. All it takes is a little planning, some creative thinking and the right appliances. Follow these tips to learn to love your laundry again. IDENTIFY YOUR NEEDS How many weekly loads do you wash? How much drying and folding do you do? What about storage? Assess each of these needs, giving thought to how they may change as your family grows and your lifestyle changes. SPATIAL PLANNING If space is at a premium, consider stacking your washer and dryer vertically to make best use of smaller rooms or cupboards. Alternatively, install side by side beneath the benchtop to maximise w orkspace. STORAGE Use high shelves for seasonal storage, and replace cupboards with drawers as they…

1 min.
bedhead & pillowcase

1 BLUE MOON why it works We love this chill denim and linen vibe. Create Estate ‘Half Moon’ bedhead with denim slipcover, $1150 (queen), Greenhouse Interiors. Hotel Magique ‘Dusk’ pillowcase, $140 for two, Jardan. 2 FLOWER BED why it works It’s a modern take on country. Harpers x Byron leather and cord bed, $999, Harpers Project. Quilted pillowcase in Bouquet Cream, $59, Kip&Co. 3 MONOMAZING why it works Explores line and geometry in monochromatic style. GlobeWest ‘Willow’ woven bedhead in Ebony, $1490, Life Interiors. Kerr pillowcase, $79.95 for two, Country Road. FOR STOCKISTS, SEE PAGE 150…

1 min.
could yours be the home of the year? entries open! now

We are looking for Australian home transformations and new builds – beautiful projects that inspire us with their clever use of new materials and are innovative in their treatment of light and space. Championing the Australian design and building industries and the homes that result is what we do every month, and we are excited to share more great design – and the people behind it – with you via these awards. There are four categories and one overall Home of the Year winner, and we are calling on owners, architects, designers and builders who’ve had work built in Australia. Five architects will be shortlisted for the major prize – an amazing trip to next year’s Venice Biennale Architettura! 2019 CATEGORIES + Best New Home Build + Best Home Renovation + Best Sustainable Project + Best…