Australian Home Beautiful November 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.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
R 63,13
R 411,28
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
editor’s letter

STYLE AGENDA Every issue of Home Beautiful is a labour of love, which begins with a concept and ends when you pick up the magazine at the news stand, to see it filled with inspiring pages. Each month, the cycle starts again for the HB team – finding beautiful homes, deciding which decorating and renovating stories to tell, and sourcing the most stunning new products to share. But this issue is a special one – it’s always bubbling away in the background and it takes months to bring it to life. It features our annual Style Forecast, where we predict the looks that Australians will love for the next 12 months and beyond. Our Style Forecast is the perfect tool to help you define your style, and then get the look…

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1 min
connect

HOMEBEAUTIFULMAG @HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMEBEAUTIFUL.COM.AU PINTEREST.COM/HOMEBEAUTIFUL HOMEBEAUTIFUL@PACIFICMAGS.COM.AU IN THE PINK We’re blushing over this sweet pink laundry, and apparently you are too. This gorgeous nook, photographed by Nikole Ramsay and styled by Emma O’Meara, was our most-loved Instagram post this month – and given the perfect pastel palette and chic design from homeowner Georgie, it’s not hard to see why. LIVE THE DREAM Be inspired by a collection of breathtaking homes from across the globe with the arrival of our first ever Dream Homes special edition. Pick up your copy for $14.99 from October 14 – available in select newsagents and supermarkets. ON THE ROAD Celebrating Australian Organic Awareness Month, HB Features Editor Holly Byrne visited the Angove Family Winemakers certified organic vineyard in McLaren Vale, South Australia for a long lunch among the vines (above). Want to see more of the…

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2 min
anna-carin mcnamara

COMO SHAMBHALA ESTATE “A FRIEND OF MINE GAVE ME A TRIP HERE FOR MY BIRTHDAY, AND WE HAD THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY TIME. IT IS VERY SECLUDED, AND THE SERVICE AND FOOD WERE IMPECCABLE. WE STAYED FOR A WHOLE WEEK – IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST HOLIDAYS EVER.” VISIT: BANJAR BEGAWAN, MELINGGIH KELOD, PAYANGAN, GIANYAR, BALI. BOOKMARK: COMOHOTELS.COM/COMOSHAMBHALAESTATE BONDI ICEBERGS CLUB “I swim in this ocean pool every Sunday morning, year-round. I only learnt to swim a few years ago and this has become a ritual I now can’t live without. I love it during winter because the water is really cold and fresh, and then you sit in the sauna and look out over the beach and the waves. When I’m away, I really miss it.” Visit: 1 Notts Ave, Bondi, New South Wales. Bookmark: icebergs.com.au. Anna-Carin…

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3 min
what’s hot

here comes the sun BRING SUMMER ESCAPES HOME WITH THE PLAYFUL NEW SOLEIL COLLECTION FROM SAGE AND CLARE. THE VIBRANT PALETTE AND REIMAGINED PRINTS – INSPIRED BY THE MEDITERRANEAN – MAKE THE PERFECT ADDITION TO ANY SUN-FILLED ROOM. CUSHIONS START FROM $69. VISIT SAGEANDCLARE.COM. THINKING OF DOING A MODERN-STYLE RENOVATION? THEN CHECK OUT JAMES HARDIE’S GUIDE TO THE KEY CONTEMPORARY LOOKS YOU’LL LOVE, FROM MODERN COASTAL THROUGH TO A NORDIC-INSPIRED SCANDI BARN STYLE. VISIT JAMESHARDIE.COM.AU SHOP WATCH: HEATHERLY DESIGN EXCITING NEWS FOR SYDNEYSIDERS, WITH THE TEAM BEHIND HEATHERLY DESIGN ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF ITS NEW FLAGSHIP SHOWROOM IN PADDINGTON, NSW. SPECIALISING IN BESPOKE BEDS AND UPHOLSTERED BEDHEADS, AND ALSO FEATURING AN IMPRESSIVE FABRIC LIBRARY, THE STORE IS THE PERFECT EXCUSE TO CLEAR YOUR CALENDAR FOR SOME MUCH-ANTICIPATED HOME INSPO. HEAD TO 3A VICTORIA ST,…

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1 min
5 minutes with: genevieve rosen

What inspired you to start Bed Threads? “I had just moved into a new apartment with my husband, so was on a quest to find a 100 per cent pure linen bedsheet set. At the time, there wasn’t anything on the market that was of great quality for a reasonable price point, so I decided to create the product we were looking for. Three weeks after launching, we sold out of stock, which was when I knew that the business was possible.” What is the best advice you received pertaining to starting your own business? “The product is everything. You can have the best website, the best stylists and an amazing photographer, but if the product doesn’t deliver what you’ve promised, it won’t thrive.” Where do you find inspiration? “My mum is…

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3 min
from the ground up

AT A GLANCE Who: Bruce Rowe, founder of Anchor Ceramics. What he does: Carefully crafts handmade ceramic pieces, including planters, wall hooks and light fittings. Where: Reservoir, Victoria. Why he does it: “To make things that last a long time, that people love and cherish.” Visit: anchorceramics.com. Follow: @anchorceramics. Bruce Rowe was enjoying a successful career as an architect when, “out of the blue,” he signed up for a night class in ceramics. “It was a real desire to use my hands to reconnect with material, and to get off the computer screen,” explains Bruce, the creative director of Melbourne-based Anchor Ceramics. “It’s very hard to look at any kind of screen when you’re throwing objects on the wheel.” What started back in 2011 with the simple intention of creating “a few plates and…

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