Haven

Haven May 2021

Haven is a brand new home and living magazine for a brand-new world. With many of us spending more time at home than ever, our homes are our safe haven from the challenges we face beyond our front doors. Step inside the pages and stay awhile. We celebrate everything that makes a house a home — inviting spaces, inspiring people, delicious food, and homes with heart.

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New Zealand
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English
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School Road Publishing Limited
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7 min
upper moutere my haven

Who lives with you? My husband Cam, daughters Lily, 12, and Saffron, 10, cats Peaches and Jess, pup George, and guinea pigs, a bunny and chooks. Tell us about your home. We moved into this lovely old farm cottage in October 2020. Rentals are hard to come by in our region, so we were stoked when this option came up through a friend’s family – a lucky chain of events that will hopefully give us the chance to stick around for a while, especially while our girls finish primary school. What is the history here? Our home was named Oakleigh by Austin and Helen Hyatt in 1948 after the lee of seven oaks on the property. The original part of the house was built around 100 years ago. Initially, the family farmed…

2 min
current crush…

“Rustic glamour” was the design brief for opulent new Queenstown accommodation offering The Dairy Private Hotel. It may sound contradictory, but it absolutely works. The 15-room hotel is housed in what was the town’s original corner store, dating back to the 1920s, and the resulting bold and quirky but perfectly curated interiors give a chic nod to traditional European ski chalets but are injected with a fresh and distinctive New Zealand twist. Designer Toni Brandso, of Auckland-based design firm Material Creative, calls the renovation “voluptuous”. “The design intent was to create a beautifully unique boutique hotel interior that exuded a lived-in yet considered rustic glamour and that spoke to our love of designing the unexpected and infusing decorative freedom with craftsmanship, as well as honouring the history of the building and area.” The…

2 min
settle, petal

RETRO ROMANCE Wall painted in Resene Vintage from Resene ColourShops. Furniture, from left Black framed oak plywood dining table from Mood, $2975. Rattan art chair, $675, and Palk chair, $525, both from Corcovado. Colombo dining chair, $545 from Coco Republic. Homewares, from left Renee Boyd pale pink sand vase, $45 from The Poi Room. Ripple Glass amber candle holder, $49.95 for set of two from Thread Design. Boston Living rustic pillar candle, $12.99, and William Mason serving bowl, $69.99, both from Briscoes. Divocs vase, $149.90, and Harmie vase, $14.90, both from Thread Design. Piccadilly carafe, $69.90, Muriwai tea towel, $22.90, Glow tumbler, $16.90, and Grid tumbler, $67.60 for set of four, all from Città. On shelf, from left Susannah Bridges ice bowl, $395 from The Poi Room. San Miguel retro bottle,…

1 min
trading up

WOMEN IN TRADES WIT promotes the trades as a viable career option to women and employers. The not-for-profit is run by a committed group of professionals in the trades and trades services industries. Their website profiles women tradies in jobs as diverse as drain-laying, carpentry and quarrying. womenintradesnz.com MĀORI & PASIFIKA TRADES TRAINING AUCKLAND As well as promoting success in the trades among Auckland’s Māori and Pasifika communities, this organisation is dedicated to teaching trades skills to wāhine. Their website features profiles of women who are leading the way in the trades. maoripasifikatrades.co.nz BCITO The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation is a government body that manages industry apprenticeships and training. Their website is the go-to destination to find out more about apprenticeship opportunities in New Zealand. bcito.org.nz…

1 min
gourmet good

Angel Bay sizzling chilli meatball bowls Serves 4 525g packet Angel Bay Gourmet Beef Meatballs5 tablespoons sweet chilli sauce200g packet vermicelli noodles2 large carrots, julienned or finely cut1 large cucumber, peeled into ribbons200g sugar snap peas2 baby cos lettuce, washed and halvedcoriander and mint leaves for garnish 1 Preheat your oven to 200°C and cook the Angel Bay Gourmet Beef Meatballs according to the instructions on the packet. 2 While the meatballs are in the oven, cook the vermicelli noodles according to the instructions. Divide the cooked vermicelli noodles and the vegetables between four bowls. 3 When the meatballs are cooked, pour over the sweet chilli sauce and toss well until coated. Divide the meatballs evenly between each bowl, drizzle over any leftover chilli sauce, garnish with coriander and mint and serve. EVERY DAY DELICIOUS ANGELBAY.CO.NZ/RECIPES…

1 min
fanfare

Paint a sculptural dried arrangement 1 To create this winged wonder, I used chicken wire, floral wire, blue gum, hydrangeas, proteas, limonium, dried and bleached fan palm and spear palm fronds (available from floral supply stores and Etsy), and Resene testpots. Choose flowers that are already dried or that will dry well once suspended. 2 Paint the palm fronds. I used Resene Half Beryl Green, Resene Quarter Heathered Grey, Resene Blanched Pink and Resene Half Washed Green from Resene’s Karen Walker Paints range. To create an ombre effect, paint the lower half of a frond a dark colour and the top half a lighter colour. Leave to dry. 3 Determine how large you want your finished arrangement to be, then fold your chicken wire into a square so that there is ample space…