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Friday
Nov142014

Happy Friday!

This home is perfection. Go figure it is owned by a stylist/interior designer (Claire Delmar). :)

Via Homelife, photos by Anson Smart 

Sunday
Nov092014

Random on a Sunday

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)

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Thursday
Nov062014

Serendipity

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,

Wednesday
Oct222014

That time of the year already?

Yes! Christmas is fast approaching. No it doesn't matter how much you close your eyes and block your ears with your fingers and sing "lalalalalala I can't hear you Jo." I must admit I was a bit like that myself when this month's email arrived from Inside Out magazine's managing editor Lee Tran Lam. Not quite the official December Christmas issue (whew!), the November issue, out Thursday, is packed with Christmas inspiration for those who prefer to confront the Holiday beast head on and not go into denial like a certain blogger. Thankfully Lee Tran decided to share this wonderful house.

... I thought I'd send you one of the 'interior candy' homes in the mag that doesn't necessarily have a Christmas link – although it is incredibly summery and looks ideal for lounging about on warm days with a cool ginger beer nearby. It's also our first ever unofficial submission to your pet on furniture collection, which I'm excited about!

So the home belongs to Belinda Everingham, who runs Bondi Wash (a company that, unsurprisingly, like her home, is inspired by the natural surrounds). It's very serene and clean (and in fact, I get a big dose of I-should-be-more-tidier guilts just looking at how immaculate this house is). And if it all seems too elegant to be true, well, it truly is the real deal, and readers can step inside the residence to see it for themselves! Thanks to Zanui people have a chance to tour the home with our editor Claire Bradley and stylist Jason Grant on November 26. Readers can get tickets from Moshtix as of Thursday.

(The stylist on the story is Jason Grant and the photographer is Lauren Bamford.)

Don't worry if you can't pick up a copy on Thursday. You can also download it digitally via Zinio, Google PlayApple Newsstand and Nook.

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Wednesday
Sep242014

Double dose of Inside Out

A second look inside the pages of the latest issue of Inside Out. Too cool! Lee Tran again ...

And then there's the late 19th-century rabbiter's cottage that has been rescued from its state as an office and turned into a gorgeous vintage-industrial home by fashion designer Claire Tregoning and cinematographer Tim Tregoning. They renovated it in "little blocks" over nearly three years and it probably didn't hurt that a lot of the features in the home were designed by Claire's brother-in-law, Rory Unite, who works as a furniture designer and artist. That amazing bed was created by Rory out of recycled timber and given a rustic charm with a few paintbrush coats of white. Styling by Nicole Valentine Don and photography by Fiona Galbraith.

Don't forget Aussie readers can pick up their copy of the October Inside Out on Thursday. Don't fret if you aren't in Australia because you can read along on  ZinioGoogle Play and the Apple Newsstand.

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