Haven February 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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shop social

Op shoppers, pre-loved seekers and vintage-treasure hunters have a knack for recalling exactly where they sourced each of their beloved finds. They pursue purchases with a passion that taps into an emotional connection. The cup I’m sipping coffee from is part of a Denby set I bought at a vintage retailer in The Old Packhouse in Kerikeri. A Kooka cake tin I recently sold was purchased from a collectibles store in McMahons Point, Sydney, and had been a steadfast benchtop companion for nearly 20 years. But enthusiasts no longer need to leave home to experience the heart-racing feeling that comes with discovering a rare gem – there’s a treasure trove on Instagram. Although it’s getting harder to find a steal of a deal in an op shop, where expert valuers know…

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good hydrations

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room to glow

Who lives here? Freelance writer Lucy Slight, her husband, radio broadcaster Clint Roberts, their daughter Tui, 17 months, plus British shorthair cats Ziggy and Bowie. Where is it? New Lynn, West Auckland. How long have you lived here? “We moved here in December 2015,” says Lucy. What renovations have you done? “In February 2019 we began renovations, mainly on the kitchen, laundry and bathroom, but in the process the lounge and dining room got a bit of a glow-up too. What did you change in the kitchen? “The house was built in the 1940s and the kitchen looked like it must have been original. The layout was pokey, there was no pantry – only really deep square drawers and tiny cupboards for storage – and the only toilet was located behind the kitchen, next…

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transform whakahuri

Dulux, Aquanamel and Dulux Colours of New Zealand are registered trademarks of DuluxGroup (Australia) Pty Ltd. Due to the limitations of the printing process, printed images and swatches may not represent the true colour. Always confirm your final colour choice with a Dulux Sample Pot. PURPLE REIGN Fashion meets form in the bold entrance lobby of designer Christiaan Gabriël du Toit’s home. From crazy paving underfoot in slate, granite and marble to graphic patterned brickwork and a statement front door, the colour result is every shade of wow. It’s typical of his creative vision, which includes the mantra to be “not scared of colour or pattern”.…

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outdoor rooms

Laidback luxe Combine striking outsized pieces and splashes of gold for a curated, sophisticated space. Down to earth Throw together textures and patterns in earthy materials for a casual boho theme in which anything (natural) goes.…

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the sweetest sidekick

Buying a pet online at 2am when you’re jet-lagged might not seem like the most sensible idea. But that’s how Elizabeth Barbalich, the founder and CEO of Wellington-based skincare brand Antipodes, found Molly, her three-year-old British bulldog. “I was filling in time in the wee small hours,” says the mother of three adult children. “I was looking for a boxer as we’d previously had two very loyal boxers but they’re hard to find in New Zealand. But then Molly’s picture jumped out at me.” The next day Elizabeth drove to Upper Hutt to collect Molly. “Her family had decided they didn’t want her because she was very needy at night, whining outside their door.” But Elizabeth fell in love with the pedigree bulldog’s unique look. “As soon as I saw her, I knew she…