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Inside Out May 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.

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Australia
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English
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Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

There are so many elements involved in renovating and decorating and we try to zoom in on most of them throughout the year. This issue, we are diving deep into bathrooms. I believe these parts of the house can be life changing… introducing a beautiful bath, a wall tiled with personality or a transformative louvred window to invite your garden into your wet zone will create a personal retreat that can make you fall in love with your house again. But of course, those bathrooms can be expensive and those design decisions generally stick. Which is why we’ve done some of the planning for you, with a timeline, lots of beautiful new bathroom ideas to get you started, and an edit of the best tiles around right now – it’s pretty…

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inside out

EDITORIAL EDITOR Eliza O’Hare CREATIVE DIRECTOR Mia Daminato DEPUTY EDITOR Karlie Verkerk HOMES GROUP COORDINATOR Sara Sleeman ART & STYLE ART DIRECTOR Crystal Osborn JUNIOR DESIGNER Sophie Wilson IMAGE RETOUCHER/DESIGNER Matus Kundrat STYLE EDITOR Jono Fleming MARKET EDITOR Natalie Johnson FEATURES & COPY CONTENT DIRECTOR Stephanie Hope SENIOR COPY EDITORS Deborah Grant with Janice Hogg SENIOR FEATURES EDITORS Lindyl Crabb, Sarah Pickette, Elizabeth Wilson HOMES GROUP PRODUCTION EDITOR Tamarah Pienaar SENIOR DIGITAL WRITER Christina Rae ADVERTISING & PRODUCTION HOMES COMMERCIAL MANAGER Rhonda Maunder (02) 9282 8687 HOMES MANAGER Kimberly Anderson (02) 9338 6103 BRAND EXECUTIVE Jennifer Burke (02) 9288 9145 ADVERTISING PRODUCTION MANAGER Kate Orsborn (02) 9282 8364 VICTORIA, SA AND WA SALES DIRECTOR Jaclyn Clements (03) 9823 6341 DIRECTOR OF SALES — NSW Karen Holmes (02) 9282 8733 VICTORIA HEAD OF DIRECT SALES Will Jamison (03) 9823 6301 QUEENSLAND HEAD OF SALES Judy Taylor (07) 3101 6636 CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING Nick Carson (02) 9282 8369 NEW ZEALAND…

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belle jar

While we’re not normally into reproductions, we are making a big exception for this 17th-century lookalike of a jar originally used to dispense herbal medicine. Each has an evocative hand-painted design that complements the brand’s other heavenly soaps, candles and fragrances. Just add lemons! Cartiglio Santo ceramic vase (32cm), $423, Agence de Parfum; agencedeparfum.com.au PHOTOGRAPHY: KRISTINA SOLJO. STYLING: NATALIE JOHNSON. ENCAUSTIC CEMENT TILE IN TEAL, $105 PER SQ M, AERIACOUNTRY FLOORS; AERIA.COM.AU. WALL PAINTED LOW-SHEEN ACRYLIC IN OLYMPIAN BLUE, $74.90 PER 4L, HAYMES…

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news

EAT/DRINK SCOUT’S HONOUR They’re saying it’s the best bar in the world right now, so when London’s Scout decided to bring its laboratory bar concept to Sydney’s Surry Hills, it was like catnip to the design crowd. Aside from Matt Whiley’s signature cocktails and the bar menu by Monty Koludrovic (of Icebergs Dining Room & Bar), we love the luxe treehouse-like interiors by Matt’s wife Lucy Hoffman-Whiley, with custom green-velvet seating and marble tables from MCM House. SCOUT.BAR table manners Handmade artisanal linen napkins in autumn-perfect earthy olive from Aura Home is what we want right now. A set of four costs $59.95. AURAHOME.COM.AU SHOP inner circle After testing the waters by collaborating with local designer Charles Wilson on a lighting range, King Living has thrown a game-changer into the market with the launch of its own…

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tali roth

The week after finishing her interior-design degree in 2013, Melbourne-born Tali Roth was on a plane to New York with her husband Marcus and just $3000 in the bank. “I had a few interviews when I arrived but didn’t get a single job offer. To be honest though, I couldn’t really imagine sitting at a computer all day among a sea of designers,” says Tali, who also has a background in psychology and fashion. Eventually she was recruited by a start-up agency that contracted out independent designers on a freelance basis, giving her instant access to their social-media platforms, which helped propel her own interior-design business. She eventually went solo and last year launched her ‘shoppable office’, called The Playhouse. While the Great Australian Dream of home ownership hasn’t completely gone…

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