Your Home and Garden July 2019

Your Home and Garden shows you how to create a home that reflects your personal style. From decorating tips to easy DIY craft projects and expert gardening advice, it is packed with inspiring and affordable ideas for when you are renovating, building or simply updating your home.

Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
$4.60
$18.43
12 Issues

in this issue

1 min
hello

PROJECT NURSERY This issue is all about getting cosy for winter, but there’s a slightly different kind of nesting going on at my place with our first baby due in August. Curtains and carpet have been installed to make sure the house is as warm as an old 1950s girl can be, and our spare room is slowly transforming from dumping ground to nursery. We don’t know our baby’s gender but there will be plenty of colour – I’m thinking dusty blues, mustards and pinks to cover all bases. Here’s a collection of things I’ve got my eye on… facebook.com/yourhomegarden instagram @yourhomeandgarden e: yhg@bauermedia.co.nz pinterest.com/yourhomegarden SHOW US YOUR RENOS! If you’ve recently finished a renovation (big or small), we’d love to hear from you – and you could win $10,000 in cash! Find out how on…

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1 min
social club

TOP POSTS THIS MONTH ON FACEBOOK.COM/YOURHOMEGARDEN How to make a stunning, simple dried floral arrangement TRENDING ON HOMESTOLOVE.CO.NZ Erena Te Paa takes us inside her breezy Hamilton Airbnb INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS WE’RE LOVING PET OF THE MONTH Cleo is a mysterious moggie – the Young family used to call her their ‘part-time cat’ as she was in the habit of coming and going as she pleased at their Swanson home (page 116). The family have since moved on but we’re sure Cleo still roams the wilds of West Auckland! E:NEWSLETTER Sign up to our newsletter and get a weekly dose of inspiration straight to your inbox! Visit yourhomeandgarden.co.nz/signup. INSTAGRAM We love seeing images from our #yourhomeandgarden community. @yourhomeandgarden…

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1 min
fresh finds

BEDROOM FUZZY PEACH The Adalyn duvet cover set in peach by Savona is the perfect way to add some cosy texture to your bedroom while still enjoying the mood-lifting power of a zesty peach hue. The set includes two pillowcases and starts at $379.99 from harveynorman.co.nz. BOOKSHELF DELICIOUS PLACES BY GESTALTEN SHOWCASES THE WORLD’S MOST BEAUTIFUL DINING EXPERIENCES FROM THE INTERIORS TO THE FOOD AND BEYOND. $95 FROM PAPERPLANESTORE.COM. FLOWERS Face plants There’s been a new drop of adorable vases at fabric and interiors store Bolt of Cloth. Pictured from left to right are Mamasita Frida, Miss Cosette, Rosy Frida and Audrey, which start at $79.99 from boltofcloth.com. LIGHTING Pretty perforations The Vega pendant is a clean, simple lighting solution. Its white porcelain shade is perforated with tiny holes that create a beautiful effect when the bulb is lit. Available in…

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1 min
hold that thought

SAVE 1 SAVE Jug, $26, from Father Rabbit. 2 SAVE Tumbler, $14, from Good Girl Ceramics. 3 SAVE Rose tint mug, $9.99, from Briscoes. 4 SAVE Tierra Cuddle mug, $9.95, from Freedom. 5 SAVE Speckle mug, $17.99, from Trade Aid. 6 SAVE Dimpled mug, $3, from Kmart. Jute coaster, $2.99, from Trade Aid. Cork coaster, $2, from Kmart. Linen-look tablecloth, $12, and linen-look napkin, $2, from Kmart. SPLURGE 1 SPLURGE Cila jug, $39.90, from Citta. 2 SPLURGE Unglazed coffee cup by Rachel Carter, $38, from Kaolin. 3 SPLURGE Wood-fired mug by Duncan Shearer, $48, from Kaolin. 4 SPLURGE Carousel mug, $49.99, from A&C Homestore. 5 SPLURGE Renée Boyd stoneware tumbler, $32, from Paper Plane. 6 SPLURGE Ash-glazed demitasse cup by Yvette van Raders, $48, from Kaolin. Lombok coaster, $4.50, from Indie Home. Cork…

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1 min
leading lights

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4 min
in her own write

What is your work and study background? I’m from Christchurch and studied textile design at Massey University. After finishing my Master’s, I stayed on in Wellington for a year or so before heading over to China to teach design at a university. I moved back to Christchurch in May 2017, which is when I met Ami Muir (who initially owned the store) and started working with Pepa. Ami offered me the incredible opportunity late last year to purchase Pepa and continue the magic! What do you love about stationery and paper goods? As a designer and maker, I adore beautifully made, tactile goods and dynamic uses of colour, so stationery is an amazing outlet for exploring that sweet spot where aesthetics and functionality meet. How did you find your beautiful shop space?…

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