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Inside Out January 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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Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
$4.91
$19.65
6 Issues

in this issue

1 min
little houses everywhere…

I love that coverline. It brings to mind hundreds of happy households across the country where busy inhabitants are planning renovations, working in kitchen gardens, filling vases with summer blooms and just happily pottering at home. It’s what we’re all about and is perfect for our Small Spaces issue, where we focus on enriching smaller spaces in real homes. We have an edit of really clever renovations filled with great – and doable – ideas to share this issue. Take your pick of our six inspiring homes, including a great semi with a glorious backyard, a light and bright tiny apartment, a minimalist shack, a stylish city apartment and a designer’s loft in London. They’re all perfect little sanctuaries that reflect their owners’ needs and personalities. And while some of them…

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1 min
fruit fest

Embrace this year’s big trend in layered tablesetting with all the colour and joy of Bonnie and Neil’s new-season collection. Its botanical theme is a mish-mash of dynamic original artworks by Bonnie, all screenprinted by hand in Melbourne onto quality sustainable linens, making covetable napkins, cloths, table runners, tea towels and throws. If you really want to raise your table stakes, grab some of the matching cushions for your dining chairs and complete the set. Oranges Multi tablecloth, $420. bonnieandneil.com.au…

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2 min
the cut

OPEN FOR BUSINESS robert plumb If you live in Sydney, or are spending time there over the holidays, don’t forget to check out the new Robert Plumb store in Waterloo. The brand’s own collections are featured, along with select international names. Drop by 8/18 Danks Street, Waterloo. ROBERTPLUMB.COM.AU BEACH FUN having a ball Warm weather at the beach turns our thoughts to... paddleball. Kit yourself out with this pair of maple-wood paddles, which come with two rubber balls in a drawstring canvas bag; $155 for the set. THEBEACHPEOPLE.COM.AU TOTE-ALLY COOL grab and go Made of sturdy canvas and in four colours, including orange, a Hershan large utility tote, $575, easily handles summer tasks. HERSHAN.COM LITTLE LUXURIES SLICE OF PAPAYA The smallest members of your family can now be the most stylish, thanks to Papaya Kids and the Papaya Summer 2020/21 Catalogue. Start with the…

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1 min
robot vacuum

TRIED BY Editor Eliza O’Hare RATED 10/10 Robot vacuums have always bemused me. The premise of the Deebot U2 Pro by Ecovacs Robotics is that it targets pet hair and so, as the owner of a 13-year-old pug, I could see how it might be life-changing. This model is quiet, quick and hums around the house in meticulous fashion – soft-bumping walls and table legs in its effort to collect all the hair. Helping with this is the bonus pet-care kit: a tangle-free brush and 800ml dustbin. The Deebot U2 Pro also has a mop mode, which has been great for my terracotta tiles. While Doug the pug isn’t a fan, the fact that we can control the robot remotely through the app and have the vacuuming finished before we get home…

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2 min
bedside tables

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1 min
candles & candlesticks

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