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Tuesday
May192015

Erin Swift favourites

Mostly dark and dramatic. Because dark draws me in every time. Erin Swift loveliness. 

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Tuesday
May192015

Revisiting Erin Swift

It has been a long time since I featured the styling prowess of Erin Swift, and it seems her work just keeps getting better and better. My desire to now rework every corner of my house is a sure sign that this stylist's portfolio is extraordinary. It just gives you that itch. You know, THAT ONE. :)

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Wednesday
May132015

Styled by Tina Hellberg

I can't get enough of Tina Hellberg's styling. I want to lose myself in the photo above.

Wednesday
May132015

Concrete

Concrete can sometimes be cold, but in this apartment it provides the perfect neutral backdrop to dark grey, black and white. All Scandi, all the time. I really love this apartment. Interior design by Johan Israelson, styled by Tina Hellberg and photographed by Johan Sellén

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Wednesday
Mar252015

Inside Out's Colour issue

My monthly email from Inside Out magazine's Managing Editor Lee Tran Lam landed in my inbox and I got colour bombed! It's time for their April Colour issue with its two covers and promises to be a rainbow kaleidoscope of fun interiors.

There's one unapologetically vibrant home that I think you'll love ... It belongs to stylist, retailer and international pilot LeeAnn Yare, and her home is an express trip through a memorable world of colour. (I love that she waited until her husband Glen went away surfing before setting out to paint the living area black – seize the day, indeed!) A leftover wallpaper roll gets a second life as bright harlequin-style patterns multiplying across her kitchen island bench, while even her children's bathroom is decorated with Florence Broadhurst motifs. My favourite example of her wonderfully unreformed love of decoration is her office space, where the a vintage-looking carpet is cut into a cowhide shape and her walls have rejected anything resembling a blank space – the surfaces are covered in stretches and patchworks of wallpaper – she says it's like working inside a gigantic moodboard! LeeAnn styled the story and it was photographed by Larnie Nicolson

Wow! 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.

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