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Patterns in print: innovation in textile design

There’s a bold reinvention of the textile industry here in Australia; it’s exciting and innovative. The textile designers and the boutique creatives are revitalising the industry with energy, vigour and an outpouring of inspired inventiveness. And we’re so thankful for it! The principal types of fabric design and manufacture on the rise, include small batch […]

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The Kew: future living

Spend hours browsing Pinterest for interiors inspo or searching for the perfect matte black tapwear on Houzz? Put the device down and step inside the future of sophisticated modern living in The Kew, Classic Constructions‘ stunning new display home in Narrabundah. It’s the kind of home that prompts rubbernecking from passing motorists on Captain Cook  Crescent—from the outside, a […]

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boyandgirlco: 11,000 pallets and counting

Once upon a time there was a boy and a girl. They opened a small business in a small garage making planter boxes and a few pieces of basic, humble furniture out of recycled raw timber pallets. Today boyandgirlco operate out of a massive warehouse and showroom. And they’ve saved more than 11,000 pallets from […]

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Eight reasons to make Kenzi @ Denman your new home

It’s no secret that Japanese influence is everywhere right now. We see it reflected in our food (miso-cured salmon anyone?), our art, our gardens and now we’re starting to see it inspire the way we design our homes. Japanese-inspired homes are chic, stylish and timeless: natural textures and neutral colours give these homes a minimalist feel […]

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Style Curating and winning at life

Why bite off a small slice of life when you can try chew through numerous major milestones all at once? This seems to be the mantra for Gina Ciancio who combined a newborn, knock-down and rebuild and move out of the Public Service into a new career as an interior stylist and blogger  – all […]

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The Bold and the Beautiful: Wallpaper

Wallpaper is back and here to stay. Right across the spectrum, from professional interior decorators and designers to DIYers, wallpaper is being rediscovered for its properties of colour, flexibility and value. The use of wallpaper demonstrates the users’ flair and imagination. Applying wallpaper to a space brings about instantaneous change. And it can be done […]

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Style Curator: Greenery in your home

According to Pantone Colour Institute, 2017 is the year of Greenery – a versatile, trans-seasonal colour that represents nature and balance.  Furniture and homewares stores are filled with this on-trend, fresh and zesty colour, and we’ve curated a few of our favourite finds.  Green is a revitalising colour that when brought into the home can […]

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The Perfect Dinner Party Meets Flower Power

Walking through impeccably-styled homeware stores or clicking through the seemingly endless styling and food blogs across the web can be an escape. An escape into a paradise of perfectly arranged, manicured and primped living. And—as more than mere fantasy—these outlets can prove the perfect inspiration. However, even the best inspiration can be in vain if you […]

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A Space To Breathe

FOR MOST OF US, OUR HOME IS OUR REFUGE — A PLACE TO SEEK RESPITE FROM THE PRESSURES OF THE WORLD OUTSIDE. We speak to one woman whose Kangaroo Valley cottage has been transformed into the perfect place. ~ Sydney is a fast-paced, crowded place, crisscrossed by a network of roads and rail lines. Always […]

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Home Curator, Style Curator: Gina Ciancio

It’s been two and a half years since Gina Ciancio pursued her passion for style and design to start her blog, Style Curator. Gina’s keen eye for design has won her many fans, not least on her Style Curator Instagram, where a cool 10,200 followers watch her every move and flat lay. Now Gina prepares […]

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