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Tuesday
Aug122014

Emma O'Meara

Australian interior stylist Emma O'Meara is one talented lady, spicing up great spaces with the perfect accessories so they become totally magazine-worthy. Ahhh, if only our homes could always look so perfect...and in my case, also be so fur-free. (Photos by Nikole Ramsay)

 

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Thursday
Aug072014

Some bits of colour 

The following photos are all about colour in perfect doses, styled by Myrica Bergqvist

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Thursday
Aug072014

Myrica Bergqvist update

We have been fans of Stockholm-based interior stylist, decorator and  product designer Myrica Bergqvist for quite some time (see previous posts here, here and here). I was overjoyed to find lots of new work on her website and Tumblr and had a hard time narrowing down my favourites. So I didn't. There is another post coming up. But first, I have to say how much I love the space above. I go a bit cuckoo for really large photography as artwork, and those chairs are so fun. Add a massive Tom Dixon Beat Stout pendant and I am SOLD. 

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Tuesday
Aug052014

Imogen Naylor

Serene, soothing, tranquil, fresh, understated, soft...these spaces by Australian stylist and decorator Imogen Naylor are simply gorgeous. 

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Wednesday
Jul232014

Step inside Inside Out

Ever wish you could actually step inside the houses in your favourite magazines? Take a tour? Get the low down on how and why and what? Now you can with Inside Out magazine's "Open for Inspection". I'll let managing editor Lee Tran Lam explain.

Thanks to Circa Home readers will be able to buy tickets and go on a tour of a Melbourne house with our editor-in-chief Claire Bradley and style expert Lisa Koehler. The home not only rates highly as a place you'd be very happy to live in, it's also got impressive eco-friendly credentials. It belongs to Sven and Dawn Maxa, who run Maxa Design, a company that specialises in sustainable and energy-efficient building projects. Their residence is not only a great family home, but it's a testament to their environmental dedication. The place features low-voltage lighting, solar panels, smart insulation, rainwater tanks, reused and reclaimed material, and "healthy" glues, paints and products that pose no threat to their children Abby and Oscar. They made the renovation as green as possible, holding out for the most suitable products, even if that might have made them temporarily unpopular with the people working with them!

The home is even more spectacular when you consider what it was like originally. When Sven and Dawn first saw it, they were reluctant to even go inside for an inspection. "It had no street appeal, whatsoever," says Sven. "Had the agent not been on the doorstep looking at us, we probably would have driven off!" Now readers can walk inside and see the transformation on our "Open For Inspection" events on August 26.

Here's a sneak peek at the story in the August issue of Inside Out with words by Joanne Hawkins, styling by Ruth Welsby, photography Martina Gemmola and don't forget you can read along on ZinioGoogle Play and Apple Newsstand.

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