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    A Perfectly Polished Fitzroy Apartment With Soaring 6-Metre High Ceilings

    Crystal Fong’s sleek Fitzroy apartment is perfectly curated. The creative director of Melbourne copywriting collective,, knows what it takes to tell a good story, and in her home, ‘every piece’ has its own narrative.

    She moved into the new Edition Office-designed apartment complex about a year ago and has since made the space her own – filling it with a collection of sentimental and shiny objects that are a match made in heaven for the abode’s minimalistic interiors.

    Steve Cordony Elevates a Mosman Home, With Seed Heritage’s New Home Collection

    Seed Heritage began in 2000 as a singular children’s wear boutique in Armadale, Melbourne. The shop expanded over the years to become a national brand known for its quality women’s and children’s apparel and accessories – and now they’ve recently expanded into homewares!

    Seed’s AW22 Home collection is designed to elevate the everyday and bring a sense of occasion to moments at home.

    Interior stylist Steve Cordony recently styled a period Mosman home with the collection, including beautiful ceramic tableware, soft furnishings, and the brand’s new bedding and dining range. Take a look!

    Stay In A Restored ‘60s Beach House On The Mornington Peninsula

    Coota is a restored 1960s house in Capel Sound, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, which is now open for bookings via Airbnb. The house was originally...

    An Entrepreneurial Couple’s Relaxing Beach Getaway

    The holiday house of Shirin Pulitano (founder of events design & production agency Dot Dot Dash) , and her husband Daniel (a builder and general manager at Pulitano Commercial Constructions) is every Victorian’s dream. 

    Located near the back beaches of Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula, the couple and their children spend weekends around their gorgeous pool, garden, and breezy living spaces renovated by Daniel, with interior design by Shirin, and building design by David Dubois of Dubois. 

    Starting with a neutral palette of white and light timbers, the addition of black terrazzo accents, calming blue hues, and buttery lemon yellow bed linen by Sheridan creates a playful, uplighting space reflective of long summer days.

    A Refined Reworking Of A Renovated Arts And Crafts Home

    Houses from the Arts and Crafts movement encouraged an informal lifestyle featuring an open floor plan and natural, handcrafted materials.   This intent was diminished in...

    Introducing the 2022 Dulux Colour Awards Finalists!

    The finalists for the 36th annual Dulux Colour Awards have been announced!

    Every year we look forward to these awards that celebrate colour, vibrancy, and daring design choices made inside and out. This year we’re particularly inspired by the bold makeovers we’re seeing across heritage projects, and the sophisticated use of layered neutrals in contemporary interiors.  

    Take a closer look at our favourite residential finalists ahead of the final winner selection.

    Inside Creative + Interior Designer Sibella Court’s Eclectic Family Pad

    Interior designer, author and historian, Sibella Court is the brains behind design studio and retail store, The Society inc. She’s renowned for her signature bohemian style, and knack for sourcing vintage homewares and hardware imbued with history. So it’s no surprise her home embodies the same eclectic vibe!

    The multi-dimensional creative and her family moved into the property on the coastal outskirts of southern Sydney about four years ago. It was all white when they purchased it, but since then, Sibella has renovated and re-styled ‘every surface of the house’ with the help of her husband Ben Harper. And they’ve truly made the home their own – inside and out.

    A Former Basement Transformed Into A Light-Filled One-Bedroom Suite

    Travels to Japan inspired the renovation of the lower-level of this Sydney pad into a beautiful one-bedroom suite. Having spent some time there, the...

    Welcome Back Functional Simplicity + Primary Hues With Bauhaus Revival

    ‘Timeless style’ is something we all strive to achieve in our homes, yet it’s still all too common to see fleeting trends come and go. One enduring style, or rather institution, is Bauhaus design. The 100-year-old movement remains fresh and relevant in architecture and interiors today, and right now it’s enjoying a revival.

    Simple colour schemes (let’s talk about red!), pared-back ornamentation, chrome, glass and clean lines are all part of the Bauhaus Revival look – here’s how to nail this style at home!

    A Fifth Generation Farmer’s Homestead Turned Boutique Accommodation

    Woolbrook Homestead is a heritage-listed 1856 property that’s been in farmer Lachie Morrison’s family for five generations.

    When his father sold the farm in 2019, Lachie and his partner Anise Boulot decided to lease the homestead back from the new owner on a long-term basis. The couple spent two years renovating the property to its full potential, which they now operate as an accommodation and events venue. 

    Take a closer look at the renovated homestead, located in Victoria’s Golden Plains Shire. 

    A Serene Cape Schanck Beach House Designed To Showcase Its Spectacular Views

    This sleek, contemporary beach house in Cape Schanck on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula was designed last year as a family retreat for a couple and their adult children.

    A renovation of an existing two-level home, the project is an exercise in restraint, with carefully considered interiors by Cantilever Interiors. The result is a supremely refined, functional family home that gently layers muted tones and natural textures, allowing the spectacular surrounding landscape to take centre stage.

    This Pastel Kitchen Will Change Your Mind About Laminate

    With a young child and another on the way, home owners Anne and Mark approached SpaceCraft Joinery to design a more functional kitchen in...

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