Australian Home Beautiful

February 2022

Home Beautiful is every home decorator's best friend. With more pages dedicated to homes than any other Australian title, Home Beautiful guides readers towards transforming their own homes into the kind of showplace they see within the magazine.  We demystify the rules of decorating and empower readers to become their own savvy decorators. Covering 5 main pillars - indoors, outdoors, renovate, decorate and food, Home Beautiful is a magazine catered to those who love the home they’re in.

País:
Australia
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Are Media Pty Limited
Periodicidad:
Monthly
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USD 25.74
12 Números

en este número

2 min.
editor’s letter

Store and order Spring is the traditional season for a good clear-out and tidy-up at home, but I think the beginning of a new year is just as good a time. As we go back to work and the school term begins, there’s nothing nicer than having a super-organised home to start the year as you mean to go on. With that in mind, this issue we’ve created a fabulous special on chic storage with clever solutions for every room. Personally, I can’t go past a good basket: in the pantry, bathroom or wardrobe, for toys and odds and ends I want to keep, but also keep out of sight. I’m also in the midst of planning a complete storage overhaul of my home, rethinking areas such as the linen cupboard…

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1 min.
connect

HOMEBEAUTIFULMAG @HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMESTOLOVE.COM.AU/HOME-BEAUTIFUL/ PINTEREST.COM/HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMEBEAUTIFUL@AREMEDIA.COM.AU THE DAILY HOME EDIT MAGAZINE MUSE IF LIFE IMITATES ART, ARTIST JESSICA GUTHRIE OF PROJECT GALLERY 90 HAS CAPTURED ALL OF HOME BEAUTIFUL’S BEST ANGLES. IN A NEW ARTWORK TITLED ‘HOME’, THE ARTIST HAS BROUGHT THE PAGES OF HB TO LIFE USING OIL ON BELGIUM LINEN. STYLED WITH AN ORCHID PLANT, WE’VE NEVER SEEN THE HB LOOK MORE AT HOME! PROJECTGALLERY90.COM. BTS: BEAUTY La Niña might have put beach days on the backburner, but things have been heating up over in the HB studio. Our stylist Kate enjoyed some fun in the sun this month, adding the finishing touches to our SPF beauty page. Head over to page 43 to see what summer staples we’re adding to our beach bags when the sun shines. To dye for AFTER FEATURING THE WONDERFUL TEAM AT SHIBORI ON ONE…

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1 min.
beautiful style

COLLECTION GOING FOR GOLDIE There’s something magical about delving through the archive of old holiday snaps and reliving the memories of summers past. The new Goldie collection from Bonnie and Neil does just that, capturing the spirit of summer days gone-by with its nostalgic, vintage-inspired designs. Channelling classic Australian beach-house styling fit for a modern home life, the range is awash with sage green, golden yellow, petal pink and chocolate brown tones. Indulge in inspiring tablecloths, placemats, salad servers, teaspoons and bedding influenced by heirloom pieces. Our attention is especially grabbed by the ‘Bloom Citron’ rectangular linen tablecloth, $245 for medium (250cm x 135cm) and ‘Stripe Pink’ handwoven cotton placemats, $125 for a set of 4 (both pictured). Visit bonnieandneil.com.au. SHOP | DISCOVER | DECORATE | STYLE | EXPLORE…

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5 min.
fresh picks

COLOUR POP WELCOME SUMMER INTO YOUR HOME WITH DULUX’S 2022 COLOUR FORECAST. EMBRACE JOYOUS HUES OF CELERY GREEN AND PINK PAPAYA TO ENERGISE YOUR INTERIORS. VISIT DULUX.COM.AU. National treasure DRAWING ON NATIVE WILDLIFE, MELBOURNEBASED DESIGNER MABLE TAN CAPTURES THE SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA IN HER NEW RANGE FOR TARGET. OUR PICK? THE GOLDEN WATTLE SHEET SET, $49 FOR A SINGLE, TARGET.COM.AU. LOCAL TALENT Bringing traditional stories to early learning and everyday living, Emro Designs showcases a range of rich textures and patterns made by talented Indigenous artists. The range features rugs, cushion covers, recycled outdoor mats and picnic rugs, all adorned with a selection of unique artworks. ‘Djurebil – Sacred Place’ rug (pictured), $379, emrodesignscom.au. SINK IN ELEVATE YOUR POWDER ROOM WITH ROBERT GORDON’S CLAY 350 BASIN. A MODERN STRAIGHT-SIDED SHAPE DESIGNED AND MADE IN AUSTRALIA, THE BASIN…

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2 min.
true colours

It was an art teacher who suggested Lauren Mahoney consider a career in interior design, as she loved to paint rooms with furniture in them. “I had a passion for architecture and design as a late teenager and quite often visited National Trust homes or iconic buildings and enjoyed art galleries,” says Lauren. “I studied interior design in my early twenties and worked as a receptionist for an interior designer in Beecroft [Sydney]. At the time, studying and working full time was hard – but hard work pays off.” Indeed, it does, and the proof is in the pudding. Now, 22 years later, Lauren is the founder of her own award-winning design firm, Studio Trio, which was born in 2008. “The name comes from the three things we do best,”…

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2 min.
designer’s notebook: lauren mahoney

What do all your designs have in common? “Punchy colour and pattern – I’m a bit of a colour girl and have to use plenty of it in all my projects!” What’s your best piece of advice about interiors? “Plan things out, even if you do it room by room and it takes a little while – don’t rush and get things wrong. For professionals, always ensure the home reflects the client’s personality and needs while adding your own flair.” What are your go-to finishes? “White woodwork with blues and mints, Schumacher’s ‘Auden’ fabric is a wonderful chenille, Astra Walker is my tapware go-to, and Surface Gallery (3) and Teranova (4) for tiles.” Who has most influenced your work? “I love local artist Paul Ryan (2), I have one of his pieces, Cerulean…

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