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Has a whole month passed by already since the last issue of my favourite magazine, Inside Out? Really? I would not have believed it until the email from Managing Editor Lee Tran Lam popped into my in box.
This is from the cover story of our December issue, which comes out on Thursday. It features the home of Debbie and Eugene Tan, the very sweet couple who operate the immensely popular Aquabumps blog. Given the surging waves and sundazed shots that feature on their site, it's no surprise that they live at Bondi Beach. The influence on the home, though, comes from Bali, where the pair got married. The interiors and outdoor areas cross over in seamless ways and, let's just say that there's no shortage of vitamin D flowing through their house! You may find yourself with a tan after looking at their residence. This light and bright home is definitely worth putting on your wish list! Styling by Jason Grant. Photography by Grace Cassio.
Oh I'm in love. It's like summer has finally arrived. Don't worry if you can't pick up a copy of the magazine on Thursday. You can also download it digitally via Zinio, Google Play, Apple Newsstand and Nook.
I have been scrambling to get my living room in somewhat decent shape for some photographs (I still have a couple of things I need to paint today - it never ends!!!). Hopefully I will have a post ready this week. I did a quick search looking for some fab homes to feature today and found two I really like. This first one is the Stockholm apartment of Evelina Kravaev-Söderberg, creative director of H&M Home. She has some amazing vintage and iconic mid-century pieces that I am gaga over - Fritz Hansen Swan and Grand Prix chairs, Eames coffee tables, Louis Poulsen lighting... (via Elle Decor España)
I think I am going to add 'live in a castle in Normandy' to my bucket list. This home belongs to Elisa Bartillat, co-founder of Serendipity and it is just that - a small 19th century castle in Normandy. Filled with a mix of vintage items and bits from her store, it is captivating. Via MilK, photos by Louise Desrosiers,