Australian Home Beautiful June 2019

Home Beautiful is every home decorator's best friend. With more pages dedicated to homes than any other Australian title, Home Beautiful guides readers towards transforming their own homes into the kind of showplace they see within the magazine.  We demystify the rules of decorating and empower readers to become their own savvy decorators. Covering 5 main pillars - indoors, outdoors, renovate, decorate and food, Home Beautiful is a magazine catered to those who love the home they’re in.

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12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
from the editor: retail therapy

I have to admit, I have a bit of a tumultuous relationship with shopping. Like many of you, my days are usually pretty packed so when buying a new sofa appears on my to-do list, I often wish that someone could just step in and do the hard yards for me. Which is why we decided to create this very special Home Beautiful Shopping Issue. Of course, we pride ourselves on bringing you the best decorating buys in every issue of HB, but this month, with fabulously chilly shopping weather upon us, the talented HB team has searched through the new season’s looks, products and pieces – from brands you’ll know, to some you might not have heard of but will now never forget – to bring you more than 350…

1 min

YOUR MOST-LOVED INSTAGRAM POST THIS BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM (ABOVE), PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANDY MACPHERSON AND STYLED BY TAMARA SIMONEAU, IS THE MOST-LOVED SNAP ON OUR INSTAGRAM SO FAR THIS YEAR… AND WITH THAT SANDY PALETTE AND TROPICAL BACKYARD, IT’S NOT HARD TO SEE WHY. HOMEBEAUTIFUL.COM.AU STORY OF THE MONTH: Confessions of an Australian addicted to American interior design Inspired by her favourite destination, homeowner Therese has created a dazzling home on Sydney’s north shore that blends glamour with family functionality – take the home tour at NEW RELEASE You loved our Hamptons Homes special issue so much, we’ve created a follow-up edition to collect – Hamptons Kitchens (left). There are 20 stunning kitchens to browse, all inspired by the East Coast American style. Pick up your copy for $14.99 from selected local newsagents and supermarkets, or…

1 min
the edit

COLLECTION: bibi ana + co wallpaper A “good vibe wallpaper” is how Bendigo-based artist Marcia Priestley of Bibi Ana + Co describes the gorgeous new range she’s released in collaboration with Scandinavian Wallpaper & Décor. “For me, wallpaper is one of those items that not only lends indispensable personality to an interior, it exudes confidence in a home,” says Marcia. View the collection, which comes in two different patterns including ‘Fresh Fauna’ (pictured above), $399/9m x 45cm, at ACCESSORIES, CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT ‘PENELOPE’ QUILTED OCCASIONAL CHAIR IN DUST BERRY, GLOBE WEST. ‘RIO’ FRAMED PRINT BY BIBI ANA + CO, ASSORTED CERAMICS BY KAZ MORTON, ALL GREENHOUSE INTERIORS. ‘HALSTON’ CONSOLE BY SARAH ELLISON, ‘ELLE’ PILLAR COFFEE TABLE IN GOLD, BOTH LIFE INTERIORS. ALL OTHER PROPS, STYLIST’S OWN. PHOTOGRAPHY ARMELLE HABIB STYLING GREENHOUSE…

4 min
in the know: what’s hot

INTERNATIONAL STYLE There’s good news for homemakers in New Zealand, as style-savvy furniture brand Coco Republic opens the doors to its first international store very soon. You’ll find the Auckland boutique at Westfield Newmarket, complete with a L’Americano Espresso bar inside. Visit sofa, so good THE NEW ‘CAMPIELLO’ SOFA FROM FLEXIFORM CAUGHT OUR EYE THIS MONTH. WITH ITS CLEAN LINES, MINIMALIST FORM AND INVITING COMFORT, IT’S A STAPLE SOFA THAT COULD SIT STYLISHLY WITH ANY INTERIOR SCHEME. DESIGNED BY ANTONIO CITTERIO, THIS GEM CAN BE FOUND AT FANULI FURNITURE. GO TO FANULI.COM.AU. ART DE LA TABLE There’s a new tableware collection on our radar that lends itself to easy entertaining and long Sunday lunches. The Long Courrier label is made mostly by hand, and is available in a range of organic textures, colours and…

3 min
precinct: lonsdale st, braddon, act

Within the inner north of Australia’s capital city, there is an emerging creative metropolis all of its own. Lonsdale Street – in the Canberra suburb of Braddon – is now bustling with artisan coffee roasters, unforgettable eateries and charming shopfronts filled with the work of local makers. 1 | MOXOM AND WHITNEY Lou Moxom and Belinda Whitney consider themselves one of the first florists in Canberra to “break the rules”. They moved to the street permanently five years ago, determined to deliver flowers with a difference. With plants suspended from tall ceilings and a store that’s overflowing with fresh blooms of all shades and varieties, it certainly doesn’t feel like any ordinary florist. “We banned products that have had their day, we refused to copy anything and we try to source products…

3 min
creative collection: porcelain passport

AT A GLANCE Who: Helen Earl. What she does: Handcrafts stunning ceramic works, instilled with a sense of place. Where: A home studio amid a grove of spotted gums on Sydney’s northern beaches. Why she does it: “The objects I make are the best way I can suggest to others to reflect upon their connection to the natural environments where they live, work and play.” Visit: Follow: @helenearlart. As a child, Helen Earl would while away hours on a vacant block of waterfront land next to her grandparents’ house on Sydney’s northern beaches. She would dig up clay, fashion it into small vessels and leave them all to dry naturally in the sun. Years later when Helen finished high school, she went on to study art and found her calling with ceramics. Fast-forward to today and her…