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Wednesday
Aug072013

September issue of Inside Out

What can we expect from the latest issue of Inside Out magazine? Fabulous homes and inspiration of course. Like the home of jewellery designer Megan Perkins. Or should I say her parents' home. That's right. She moved back in with her parents but when your oldies have such an amazing house (her dad actually built it) where's the problem?! Writer/stylist Natalie Walton and photographer Chris Warnes of Warnes & Walton take us inside this stunning family space.

Aussie readers will of course be heading to the newsagents to pick up their copy out today. (That's if you don't already subscribe.) Don't fret if you aren't in Australia though because you can read along on ZinioGoogle Play and the Apple Newsstand!


Reader Comments (7)

Spectacular! I want to move in. And I *really* want to know more about that chair in the fourth photo from the top! Anyone have any ideas?

7 Aug 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrose

I'm pretty sure, Rose, that looks like a Featherston R152 contour chair to me! Beautiful, huh? Gorgeous house too.

7 Aug 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBudgie

Cute owl pillow! Vintage?

7 Aug 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKrista

Budgie - Thanks so much. Now I can drool with intent and direction!

7 Aug 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrose

If my parents have had such a home, I also wouldn't mind to stay with them....!

Thanks for the wonderful blog post about our new issue! We're really thrilled to see it here, as we are big fans. And yes, moving back in your parents is really appealing when the home is this good. Thank you for the lovely write-up!

Good Lord, that first photo is beyond stunning.

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