Your Home and Garden October 2018

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

Remember that famous advertising slogan “DIY, it’s in our DNA”? So true! We Kiwis are hard-wired for it. The satisfaction of putting your blood, sweat and tears into something that ends up looking great (and saving a few bucks in the process) cannot be underestimated. The trick, though, is giving yourself time to actually enjoy all your hard work before getting itchy feet and moving on to the next project (something I’ve yet to master myself). One thing that could certainly help you enjoy a newly renovated space is our spring/summer collection for Farmers, which has just hit the stores. Botanica is an earthy, organic collection with a palette of marigold, garnet, rich blues, khaki and baked clay, offset by soft blush and lavender. We’ve heroed natural materials such as acacia,…

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1 min
social club

Homestolove.co.nz More ideas for your home are only a mouse click away Shelley from The Block NZ Shelley Ferguson shares her favourite room in her stunning Auckland home They’re just like us! Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s new family home has retro-inspired style Instagram Our models Bruce, Poppy, Noodle and Blue were thrilled to see themselves in the September issue of YH&G. We love seeing your fur babies too – share a snap of your pet reading @yourhomeandgarden and tag #yourhomeandgarden to be featured. Facebook The posts you loved most this month on facebook.com/yourhomegarden were: e:newsletter Sign up to our newsletter and get a weekly dose of inspiration straight to your inbox! Visit yourhomeandgarden.co.nz/signup…

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1 min
pillows of the caribbean

Wallace Cotton heralds the arrival of spring with an exotic new range. Vibrant botanicals and tropical prints coordinate with spicy tones and textures to help prepare for the warmer days ahead. Inspirations for this season’s range include vintage wallpaper designs, the West Indian island of Antigua and pressed-tin ceilings in the colonial homesteads of Cuba. Photography by Wallace Cotton. Monserrat reversible duvet set, from $129.90. Matapouri pillowcase, $34.90. Matapouri euro pillowcase, $39.90. Bungalow bedskirt, from $89.90. All from Wallace Cotton.…

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3 min
fresh finds

TAKE A SEAT A folding stool is always handy – it’s easy to carry from room to room and can be folded away when not in use. We think this rustic goatskin and white teak stool from Flux Boutique is a fantastic little piece for the home and will work with a variety of decor styles. Grab yourself one for $259 from fluxboutique.co.nz. Good forms The Poster Club is a Copenhagen-based online store offering a curated selection of posters and prints from upcoming and established artists, which are now also stocked locally at Paper Plane. ‘New Form 4’ by Riikka Kantinkoski features soft, earthy colours that make it the perfect companion for this season’s accessories. Prices start at $159 for an unframed print from paperplanestore.com. A PILLOW OF POSIES Known for her love of colour,…

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1 min
all at sea

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2 min
the art of being comfortable

The art of comfort is about creating a living space with the right combination of key furniture pieces, styled accessories and a colour palette that will make your heart sing. With soft and indulgent cushioning, yet a sleek profile, the Baltic 2 and 3 seater by La-Z-Boy are what sofas are all about – an inviting place to relax. Curl up on the Baltic 3-seater and, to bring a slice of retro style, add the Baltic swivel armchair with its chrome trumpet base for a nod to the stylish 1950s and touch of fun. Next add velvety-soft furnishings, such as cushions and textured throws, along with statement pieces like lamps or plants. Bright, large leaf and ‘patterned’ plants are still on trend and really enhance the life of a room. A textured…

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