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Inside the pages of Inside Out

It's that time again. Time for a sneak peek into the pages of the latest issue of Inside Out magazine out tomorrow. Social and Senior Editor Matilda Duffecy has again generously sent along some pictures to whet our appetite.

Our new August issue hits newsagents and digital outlets on Thursday! This issue explores, among lots of other things, practical ways to live with white. We're featuring homes that showcase "white with texture", "white with timber", "white with vintage charm" and "white with bright".  Our cover home represents a huge renovation in Sydney's Bondi Beach. Here is a detail of the dining area. As you can see it's a beautiful ode to pared-back style. Styling by Claire Delmar. Photography by Prue Ruscoe.

Our best buys features this month pull together seriously stylish teacups and pendant lights. Small details to bigger finishing touches. Styling by Alicia Sciberras. Photography by Sam McAdam-Cooper.

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The Weekender

I have a proposition. Weekends should become weekdays and weekdays become one long weekend. And where would you find me if it was now the beginning of the weekend and not the work week? Why getting away from the rat race and heading to this cute as a button cottage in the Victorian spa town of Daylesford. The Weekender is the family getaway of interior designer Suzanne Cunningham of One Girl Interiors but we can rent it out for an escape as well. Now that's the perfect plan of action for a Monday don't you think?

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Working on a Saturday

It's like I say time and again. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a Saturday then it certainly helps if it's somewhere stylish. Like the warehouse offices of Crosspoint Telecommunications by Sydney and Byron Bay-based Sarah Jayne Studios. Best part? You wouldn't have to go if you lived in the first floor convertible apartment space and used the slide.

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Chelsea Hing encore

Oh the beautiful interiors that Melbourne interior designer Chelsea Hing creates. If this is what she comes up with in real life can you imagine what loveliness is spinning around in her mind? Colour and texture and pattern all stylishly combined to make sure that, if this was your home, you'd break into a wide smile every time you walked through the door.


Minimalism in Melbourne

An imposing, modern extension to an old brick house in Fitzroy, Melbourne appears as if a metal box perches precariously on the roof. A series of levels cascading together with short flights of stairs and a double height void allow for "open plan" living which is light filled yet discreet. Playing with the juxtaposition of contrasts, positive and negative, open and closed, old and new has created a striking, minimalist home by Julie Firkin Architects.

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