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My favourite Canadian magazine

I've subscribed to a few Canadian shelter magazines for several years and my favourite has always been Canadian House & Home. If you can get your hands on one, do check it out. Their website is fantastic as well and has a great gallery of photos from past issues where I found these...

Feb272008 long as it's not snow

I am sick of winter, snow, cold, slush, ice etc. etc. I like colour because it warms up a space. If I had alot of white in my home, I imagine it would feel very cold in the winter, adding to the cold outside. But these photos from Sköna hem are beautiful in all their Scandinavian whiteness.


Design Book Magazine

We received an email the other day from Terrence, a former advertiser on DTI who is currently working on developing an online magazine called Design Book dedicated to trend setting & contemporary architectural, interior, product and fashion design. He is gathering a group of contributors for the debut issue, so if any writers, designers, or photographers are interested in contributing their design views to his publication, please check out Design Book Magasine.


Your Home and Garden

New Zealand has a great shelter magazine called Your Home and Garden, which I've never personally seen, but they've got a website with some fabulous inspirational images. "Inspiration you can use" as their slogan goes. Very achievable interiors for everyday people. Love that.


Have you seen?

My favourite Aussie shelter magazine has to be Inside Out. "Inspiring homes with heart" is how the cover reads. A must subscribe! It certainly delivered this month. Just look at these two finds featured on their pages.

What started as a wedding present has grown into a business. Sydney design duo Marika Järv and Alice Flynn are Print Dolls reproducing a range of destination rolls from old trams, buses and trains. Sydney stops are available now with other cities to come. Their website is under construction but the contact details are there if you can't wait.

Interior architect Anna Keen just couldn't find the right dog house for her styling pooch. That is until she designed her own. Barchitecture offers a range of too cute doggie decor. Check out the designer wallpaper!