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Inside the pages of Inside Out

April has flown by so fast. It seems like only yesterday that the last email from Matilda Duffecy, Social and Senior Editor at Inside Out popped into my inbox. The rapid passage of time is not something I enjoy (OMG am I really 54 years old!) but I'm always hungry for all the goodies inside the pages of my favourite magazine. Here's what's in this month's issue.

May madness has begun! Almost at the halfway point of 2016! This month, we have a brilliant issue packed with renovation inspiration, expert advice and wishlist buys. In fact, this issue is a bathroom special, featuring 5 fresh makeovers. They really are beautiful spaces. Our cover home is a true labour of love. The family who lives here have been working on the home for over nine years! It's the perfect representation of how you can weave your own stories throughout a renovation. And that plunge pool looks like a lot of fun! The home was styled by Jane Frosh and photographed by Derek Swalwell.

The kid's room this month packs serious WHAM! and POW! It's made for a young hero who deserves a headquarters worthy of Batman. It was styled by Vanessa Colyer Tayand photographed by Sam McAdam-Cooper .

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April Inside Out

Every month I roll my eyes in mock horror when I see an email from Matilda Duffecy, Social and Senior Editor at Inside Out. It means another month has flown by. Thankfully Matilda has sent over a few teasers from the pages of April's issue out tomorrow to make it all better.

Our April is our colour issue! I love working on and sharing the colour issue with everyone – it's just so full of life! This year's incarnation does not disappoint and we are encouraging our audience to reimagine what you thought you knew about colour! Spin the wheel to find your perfect palette. A first look at our cover highlights a fresh take on tones with the rich couch as the centrepiece of the living zone with jolts of tones warming the space. The cover was styled by Heather Nette King and photographed by Lisa Cohen.

I've also included the living zone of the gorgeous cover home. The glazed white bricks surrounding that fireplace make such a strong statement. It just goes to show that even the quiet details can be the strongest. Also, look at that chair! Major wishlist item! The whole house is full of personality-packed details and it's so fantastic to see how one family created a home that they never want to leave. This was also styled by Heather Nette King and photographed by Lisa Cohen.

Oh to be small again and play in a room like this! If your little one loves Frozen, then perhaps she'll love this elegant spot to dream big! Vanessa Colyer Tay styled this space beautifully and Sam McAdam-Cooper did fantastic work behind the lens.

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A sneak peek into the latest issue of Inside Out

I can't believe a whole month has flown by already but I knew it had when I saw an email from Matilda Duffercy, Senior and Social Editor of Inside Out magazine, in my inbox.

Here is a sneaky peek at our March issue, which hits newsagents and digital outlets on Thursday! Biased though we may be, we really love it and think everyone else will, too. In this issue, there's a big focus on mastering the kitchen space. We've sussed out some secrets from celeb cooks about their kitchens and how they make entertaining a breeze. There's also just so much visual inspiration and hardworking tips that will help those planning their dream cooking zone.

Still in the world of food, I've included our best buys: placemats. Our market editor Joseph Gardner pulled together a lovely selection of pieces that sit right in the middle of pretty and practical. Craig Wall photographed it.

All the homes in this month's issue are en pointe, but I've just included a preview of one of them. Lovers of modern industrial style will be drawn to this space that belongs to veterans of the film and television industry Lesley Crawford and Dennis Smith. The couple's flair for design and upcycling is clear – check out that "chandelier". Dennis put it together after no luck in the shops. This home was styled by Jane Frosh and photographed by Harold David.

Our kid's room feature this month is made for little ones who loved to build things up and then knock it all down again – hard hat may be required. Stylist Vanessa Colyer Tay created a fantastic play zone. Sam McAdam-Cooper captured it beautifully.

The food feature is being sent to you at the perfect time, as it covers off great ideas for afternoon tea – with a bit of a fresh twist. Delish chicken sandwiches (crusts off of course), sweet cakes and some scones are looking very good as I type this email at 3:30pm. Styling by Danielle Selig, food styling by Bernadette Smithies, photography by Jeremy Simons.

Then to the cover. Oh to live like an interior designer. Homeowner Fiona Bateman has lovingly renovated this Edwardian home and it's a beauty – perfect for her family of six. It was styled by Megan Morton with photography by Annabelle Hickson.

Can't wait to see more in this month's issue out tomorrow. Don't fret if you aren't in Australia though. You can read along on  ZinioGoogle Play,  the Apple Newsstand and Nook.


A peek into the pages of this month's Inside Out

It's that time again. Matilda Duffecy, Social and Senior Editor at Inside Out, has sent over a few teasers from the pages of February's issue out tomorrow.

Our new February issue drops tomorrow and we love it! This edition is actually our expert issue, and we're really excited to share our renovation dream team with our audience. We've invited some impressive experts to provide guidance on everything from sustainability, to joinery, to paint colour and more! Our cover home is that of star fashion designer Arabella Ramsay. It's a rammed-earth house on the coast and it's really unique – totally beautiful! Cover styling is by Julia Green and Noël Coughlan. Photography is by Armelle Habib.

Our very clever market editor Joseph Gardner has styled the 'best buys: sculptural vases' so elegantly. We're loving the mid-century appeal of that sideboard, too! It was photographed by Craig Wall.

This month, our former style editor, Vanessa Colyer Tay, has targeted a feature towards "nail-free" decorating. Not only are the images stunning, but it's also filled with tips for updating your home without leaving mark on the walls – perfect for renters! Sam McAdam-Cooper was the photographer for this shoot.

The Dream it. Design it. Do it. feature shares a mother/daughter duo's renovation of a Melbourne house to sell. They've done such a fantastic job! Styling is by Marsha Golemac and photography by Brooke Holm.

Oh I have serious credenza and vase envy going on! Can't wait to see more in this month's issue out tomorrow. Don't fret if you aren't in Australia though. You can read along on  ZinioGoogle Play,  the Apple Newsstand and Nook.


Sneak peek into the pages of Inside Out

An email from Matilda Duffercy, Social and Senior Editor of Inside Out magazine popped into my inbox today. She had sent along a few teaser images from the January 2016 issue out Monday. 2016? OMG! Already? Thankfully the pics made up for the shock.

"Our summery cover showcases a home in New Zealand. I wouldn't mind lounging beside that pool! Styling by LeeAnn Yare. Photography by Larnie Nicholson."

"Kid's room (dino boy) We love the adventurous streak in this bedroom. Dreams of walking with dinosaurs can come to life here. Styling by Phoebe McEvoy. Photography by Sam McAdam-Cooper."

"The bathroom showcases a space we advised a family on one year ago. It was great to see how they used the suggestions our Panel of experts offered. They've transformed a dated small bathroom into something sleek and bright. Styling by Jessica Hanson. Photography by Sam McAdam-Cooper."

"I have included a shot from a super-cool feature called Style Wars, where we've weighed up the pros and cons of six key design styles. Of course, I had to include the mid-century modern shot for you, Jo! :) Styling by Heather Nette King. Photography by Mike Baker."

Oooh not fair. They just leave me wanting more. I'll just have to wait until the issue hits the newsstands Monday. Don't fret if you aren't in Australia though. You can read along on  ZinioGoogle Play,  the Apple Newsstand and Nook.