Oh the view! Oh the vertigo! Aside from heart palpitations climbing up to this lovely home and the fact that the family dog will need to be replaced by the family goat it's worth it for the view. I'm real estate stalking in exclusive Palm Beach on the northern beaches of Sydney. Stone and sea and palms. I just want to curl up with a coffee and magazine and be mesmerised as the waves roll in. Link here while it lasts.
I have blogged about Pure Green Magazine before (here and here), and as one of my favourite online magazines (Canadian to boot!) I am so stoked that it is transitioning to print and subscriptions are now available! GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW! And I must mention that it is much more than your ordinary magazine. It is more like a book, meant to be displayed, collected and treasured and as such is made of high quality finishes (which you can read more about on their site). I know it's not easy for the creators of this magazine as they are an independent publisher so I'm off to order my own subscription because it would be really great to see this mag become as successful as I know it can be. Here's a little peek:
(Images via Ever Images Photography)
Jo expressed her endearment for the photography of fellow Australian Michael Wee a couple of times last year (here and here) and because he is simply THAT GOOD, I thought I would feature more of his work. I just can't get enough. Awesome spaces. Awesome captures. (P.S. I am oddly enamoured by the slight locker room vibe of the bathroom in the second last photo).
Please Sir can I have more? More of this kitchen. Alex MacArthur antiques dealer and creator of decadent interiors. Check out the rest of his home over on his site. It's what happens when you own an Aladdin's cave for a shop.