Inside Out November 2021

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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it’s our big birthday…

When Inside Out launched with great hype in 2000, we were the most exciting new homes magazine in Australia. A huge event for 400 partygoers on Woolloomooloo Wharf in Sydney welcomed the masthead to newsstands across the country and we quickly cemented our place at the vanguard of modern Australian architecture and style. That hasn’t changed. But 21 years later, we’ve broadened our view to take in the shift over the past two decades towards sustainable housing and materials and local design that make the most of our unique geography. We’ve also branched into more meaningful ways to live at home, with a focus on great local food, entertaining and ways to live with kids and expanding families – basically everything you need to create spaces that bring joy. Working on Inside…

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the cut

tactile ingenuity Launched in 2017, textile label Købn elevates the experience of bathing with plush towels and mats in gorgeous colourways. Its newest collection, Jasper, is simply divine. Designed in Melbourne and manufactured by a family-run mill in Denizli, Turkey, each Købn product carries SedEX, GOTS and Oeko-Tex certifications, ensuring the towels are made with ethical production methods and sustainable practices. Prices range from $60 to $129 per towel, or sets can be purchased from $300.…

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the cut

NEW RELEASE ELEVATED ESSENTIALS Handcrafted ceramics, linen napery and luxe homewares are now available from Seed Heritage, which has just launched its Home collection, right in time for Christmas shopping! SEEDHERITAGE.COM FRENCH FLAVOUR With skyline views from its location on the ninth floor of Adelaide’s new Sofitel, French restaurant Garçon Bleu is set to become the city’s freshest gourmet destination. Its Michelin-star credentials are accompanied by divine interiors designed by Carl Almeida of P49Deesign. SOFITELADELAIDE.COM.AU yarra valley treat This festive season, delight the foodie in your life with a gift box comprising four tins of deluxe caviar, two mother-of-pearl spoons and a bespoke tin opener, all from specialist producer Yarra Valley Caviar. The bundles start from $45 and come with tasting notes and serving suggestions — they can even be customised. YARRAVALLEYCAVIAR.COM.AU LIMITED EDITION POOL PARTY Luxury Antipodean brand Baina has…

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jones & co

Jones & Co was founded in 2006, the result of a promise Jennifer Jones made to herself: that she would have her own business by her 30th birthday. And so Have You Met Miss Jones, as her ceramics venture was known back then, was born. Being involved in homewares is in Jennifer’s blood – she grew up in the Philippines, where her parents ran an export company. Through them she saw the benefits of building an independent life first-hand, and fell in love with the idea of being able to combine work, family and travel. Today, Jones & Co is one of Australia’s best-loved homewares brands. What do you feel Jones & Co represents as a brand? That joy is accessible to everyone. We are committed to designing products that make your…

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two bonus rainbow pots

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softedge studio

With experience in architecture, fine art and curatorial practices, it comes as no surprise that Layla Cluer’s work is refined and polished. Describing her pieces as convivial, colourful and sometimes clever, Layla says her vast skill set brings a unique perspective to her role as a ceramicist. “I would say that each of the three disciplines feeds into the way I design today, as well as the way I run my business, Softedge Studio. Architecture definitely taught me rigour and established my work ethic, but I felt architecture was a little dogmatic at times and realised early on that there were other things on my horizon. Studying and making art opened me up to more expansive and tangential ways of thinking – and gave me the space to experiment with…