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Inside Out

Mar 01 2021
Magazine

Australia's best interiors magazine, Inside Out delivers inspiring homes, clever design ideas and practical decorating solutions. Discover the latest homewares trends, stunning outdoor spaces, and what's new for the living room, kitchen, bathroom and garden.

CARTE BLANCHE • Everything was cool white in this Amsterdam apartment until interior designer Nicole Dohmen was invited to make it super colourful and fun

cheat sheet

LESSONS LEARNT

the best in KITCHEN DESIGN 2021

1 NATURAL ELEMENT • Architecture and design firm BayleyWard gave this beautifully preserved Edwardian home a texture-rich contemporary facelift

2 MONOCHROME MAGIC • Working within tight parameters was freeing for interior designer Carole Whiting, who brought a dark space to life with the lightest treatment

3 TONAL SHIFT • Designer Bree Leech has brought warming wabi-sabi elements to a cool and calm space by incorporating mixed materials with soul

4 INVITATION ONLY • Melbourne interior designers Sanders & King used crisp design devices and subtle details to give this tired room new life as a relaxed social hub

5 HOME HANGOUT • Cantilever Interiors made this kitchen the heart of the house with inviting timber tones and an accommodating dining zone

material world • We’ve laid out the latest kitchen finishes for you in three cutting-edge palettes

what’s cooking? • Wondering what your kitchen will look and be like in the future? Will it even be called a ‘kitchen’? One thing’s for sure, no room in the house will feel the impact of technology more than this. Our resident homes hero, Shannon Vos, ponders and predicts how your hardest-working zone will take shape and perform

PANTRY STORAGE • Stack it, spin it, hang it — turn your pantry into an organisational nirvana with practical design tips and the latest smart-storage ideas and accessories

SIX STEPS TO STORAGE BLISS • Cathie Noel, assistant manager at Poliform, knows a thing or two about the perfect pantry

eat it up • This month is all about chic accessories, food-friendly art, the kitchen colour of the year and an opportunity to win BIG

3 OF A KIND • Kitchen-ready artworks

WIN THIS! A TEFAL I-COMPANION XL FOOD PROCESSOR WORTH $1899!

cheat sheet

MEETING OF MINDS • Tasked with extending and updating his own family home, a Brisbane builder turned to a trusted peer for help

lessons learnt

the best bits

Flowing lines and lovely imperfections enhance this garden

tuft love • ‘Not your standard Melbourne garden’ was the challenging brief for this striking Melbourne hideaway — a vision of soft, textured grasses without any mowable lawn

A TASTE OF THE SPANISH ISLANDS • Tourists hit the Med for the sun and sand but what they often fall in love with is the food, says Iberophile chef Emma Warren

ABOUT THE WRITER

the pause • On a verdant slope overlooking the coast at Gerringong, NSW, is a holiday home designed to sidestep the everyday

win the look • To enter, simply head to HOMESTOLOVE.COM.AU/THEPAUSE and fill out the form, telling us in 25 words or less why you need a moment of pause in your life.

deep dive


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 156 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Mar 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 10, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Australia's best interiors magazine, Inside Out delivers inspiring homes, clever design ideas and practical decorating solutions. Discover the latest homewares trends, stunning outdoor spaces, and what's new for the living room, kitchen, bathroom and garden.

CARTE BLANCHE • Everything was cool white in this Amsterdam apartment until interior designer Nicole Dohmen was invited to make it super colourful and fun

cheat sheet

LESSONS LEARNT

the best in KITCHEN DESIGN 2021

1 NATURAL ELEMENT • Architecture and design firm BayleyWard gave this beautifully preserved Edwardian home a texture-rich contemporary facelift

2 MONOCHROME MAGIC • Working within tight parameters was freeing for interior designer Carole Whiting, who brought a dark space to life with the lightest treatment

3 TONAL SHIFT • Designer Bree Leech has brought warming wabi-sabi elements to a cool and calm space by incorporating mixed materials with soul

4 INVITATION ONLY • Melbourne interior designers Sanders & King used crisp design devices and subtle details to give this tired room new life as a relaxed social hub

5 HOME HANGOUT • Cantilever Interiors made this kitchen the heart of the house with inviting timber tones and an accommodating dining zone

material world • We’ve laid out the latest kitchen finishes for you in three cutting-edge palettes

what’s cooking? • Wondering what your kitchen will look and be like in the future? Will it even be called a ‘kitchen’? One thing’s for sure, no room in the house will feel the impact of technology more than this. Our resident homes hero, Shannon Vos, ponders and predicts how your hardest-working zone will take shape and perform

PANTRY STORAGE • Stack it, spin it, hang it — turn your pantry into an organisational nirvana with practical design tips and the latest smart-storage ideas and accessories

SIX STEPS TO STORAGE BLISS • Cathie Noel, assistant manager at Poliform, knows a thing or two about the perfect pantry

eat it up • This month is all about chic accessories, food-friendly art, the kitchen colour of the year and an opportunity to win BIG

3 OF A KIND • Kitchen-ready artworks

WIN THIS! A TEFAL I-COMPANION XL FOOD PROCESSOR WORTH $1899!

cheat sheet

MEETING OF MINDS • Tasked with extending and updating his own family home, a Brisbane builder turned to a trusted peer for help

lessons learnt

the best bits

Flowing lines and lovely imperfections enhance this garden

tuft love • ‘Not your standard Melbourne garden’ was the challenging brief for this striking Melbourne hideaway — a vision of soft, textured grasses without any mowable lawn

A TASTE OF THE SPANISH ISLANDS • Tourists hit the Med for the sun and sand but what they often fall in love with is the food, says Iberophile chef Emma Warren

ABOUT THE WRITER

the pause • On a verdant slope overlooking the coast at Gerringong, NSW, is a holiday home designed to sidestep the everyday

win the look • To enter, simply head to HOMESTOLOVE.COM.AU/THEPAUSE and fill out the form, telling us in 25 words or less why you need a moment of pause in your life.

deep dive


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