What you need to know about Interior Colour Trends in 2019!

 

Heidi Albertiri is the super talented founder, editor and stylist behind The Life Style Edit and we’ve called upon her to share her expert colour predications for 2019, ahead of her appearance in the Conversation Series at next month’s Life Instyle Sydney event. 

The world around us is changing at a super fast pace, so it’s no surprise that the colour trends we can expect to see this year have been largely designed to assist us in slowing down and reconnecting to both ourself and our spaces. Colours set to have a strong presence in 2019 will centre around creating a sense of simplicity and calmness in our homes, disconnecting us from digital and busy-ness and essentially connecting with more authentic, grounded experiences. Think greenery, blushes and living coral features. 

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Inartisan


Greenery 

For 2019, green is still ever present, be it through plants, paint or soft furnishings - forest green is nurturing, calm and grounding. Found in varying palettes across the board, green is paired strongly with ground hues of the Australian landscape, such as ochre, rusts, cinnamons and sandy tones, which will continue to be reflected in the tones of this year. 

Reflecting this trend is Life Instyle exhibitor, AKA. Adding touches of greenery to your home can instantly add that calm, grounded feel and AKA is the perfect way to add those touches in any room in your home. AKA creates tiny planters for succulents and cacti, making it really easy to add greenery to your surroundings without filling the space with large plants.

Another great way to add greenery to your home is through artwork. McMurtrie Illustrations has the perfect solution. With bold colours, the artwork adds both greenery and pink florals to any setting.

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Bendo


Blush obsession 

The obsession with blush will continue, however changes to the hue will come into play with dusty blushes and rosy neutrals.  With a yearning to create peaceful zones in our home, we are searching out these softs blush tones to help us wind down. Paired with grey, greens and creams, these understated tones also add a simplicity that is timeless.

A really easy way to please your blush obsession is with Fleuressence. Renee Tsironis, founder of Fleuressence, creates beautiful imagery from freezing flowers and capturing the pinky tones in blocks of ice. The stunning photographs are perfect for adding a range of dusty blushes and rosy neutrals to your walls, without overdoing it.

Mulberry Threads

Mulberry Threads

Long Courier

Long Courier


Living Coral 

To spice things up, Pantone’s colour of the year is Living Coral. “Vibrant, yet mellow Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment.”

The colour of coral is social and spirited to encourage light heartened activity. Symbolising our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits when work acts as such a heavy load for many of us, Living Coral gives way for some good old-fashioned fun. 

Barefoot Gypsy

Barefoot Gypsy

Turn Funky

Turn Funky


Heidi will join the panel of industry experts taking part in the Conversation Series at the Life Instyle Sydney event next month, leading an informative session surrounding trend forecasting for the New Year.

For further information surrounding the Life Instyle Sydney event and how you can get involved, visit - http://www.lifeinstyle.com.au

 

Penney & Bennett - Spring styling tips for your bedroom!

 
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With spring upon us, it’s the perfect time to revamp your bedroom and your bed. We spoke to Penney + Bennett director Sarah Carson about the best ways to breathe some spring into your life… and your bed!

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For styling, I like to place euro cushions at the front of the bed. It makes the bed feel more luxe and creates a cosy spot for reading.

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I like to use contrasting printed euros or pillowslips from the rest of the bedding, for me colour evokes emotions, and that unexpected pop of colour to keep things interesting.

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I love to invest in fresh bedding for spring, we are about to release a range of crisp 100% cotton bedding in our cascades print, which is the perfect print for warmer weather.

 
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New Zealand homewares lable Penney + Bennett are devoted to creating simplicity, materiality and questioning the conventional in contemporary textile living-ware. They have just released their latest collection and we love love love!

They use only the highest quality natural cloth sourced internationally, the silks are hand picked and the linen is woven and dyed for Penney + Bennett. The fabrics are the base for experimental prints consisting of a range of traditional painting, drawing, photography and digital techniques.

 
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Penney & Bennett
Penney & Bennett
Penney & Bennett
Penney & Bennett
 
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What's HOT in 2019 - Interior Trends to watch out for!

 

The world of interior designs is always evolving, and to that end, we are always looking ahead. With this being said, trend forecasters have been busy planning for what will be HOT in 2019. 

Flyn Roberts is the talented Exhibition Manager of Life Instyle and has shared some of the key trends that will be evident across the Life Instyle event next month. These trends are coming from those who are at the forefront of the industry and responsible for what’s HOT each season, so it's time to see what we can expect to see on our shelves in 2019!

Here are Flyn's TOP THREE picks...


 

Sustainability

A distinct shift towards sustainability is being felt across the industry and that’s filtering down to styling and pieces alike. Making a shift towards products that are either recycled, or able to be recycled is a responsibility as much as it is a preference. Sustainable fabrics and alternatives such as animal-free leather and worm-free silk are gaining popularity. Even without these examples, people are becoming increasingly concerned with how and where and by whom interior products are made so sustainability and ethical product are topping the list for me. 

 

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Colour

There is always a colour d’jour when it comes to interiors, but don’t be surprised to see a shift back towards black for homes and interiors. Matte black is popping up across exteriors and interiors alike, and also across a lot of homewares. Black is exciting because it creates a lot of drama and allows bold statements without being so trendy that you’ll want to change everything in 12 months. (Think millennial pink!) To complement the black, browns, beiges, golds, and warm neutrals will see a resurgence. 

 

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Dressings

Wallpaper and window dressings will continue to be very on-trend. Wallpaper is incredible as the limit is literally your imagination.  Bold styles will feature heavily, and pattern and texture are where this trend really comes to life. From faux leathers to embossed baroque styles, homes and businesses are increasingly choosing wallpaper to make a statement. Window treatments are also enjoying a lasting come back, with everything from layered drapes to crisp clean shades expected to continue to remain popular into 2019. To my delight, simple lines are key here also. 

 

 

Life Instyle will take place at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne from 2-5 August 2018.

For further information on how you can register, visit http://www.lifeinstyle.com.au/register

 

 
 
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Plants lovers unite... Lucid Fields by Ivy Muse has landed!

 
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Lucid Fields Collection by Ivy Muse

Our favourite botanical wares studio Ivy Muse have launched their latest collection entitled Lucid Fields and it is absolute perfection. 

Driven by a commitment to encourage creativity with greenery, Ivy Muse design functional plant stands and botanical wares that amplify plant-life within a space.

This collection was inspired by the luminous elegance of plant-life and we know that all the die hard fans and all out plant obsessed will be running to get your hands on these new pieces!

Our top picks? The Ribbon Divider and the Unity Wall Planter! 

 
 

TRENDING | Dreamy Landscapes

 

 

TRENDING | a colour palette inspired by this stunning artwork by Maegan Brown, this trends board takes it's cue from the artwork's fluidity, complimentary, calming colours and organic materials. A cosy and dreamy space, the perfect place to read a book or hunker down for a good old Netflix binge! 

 


TRENDING

Artwork: Maegan Brown

Rug: Life Interiors

Armchair: Bolia (also available at Arrival Hall)

Sideboard: ClickOn Furniture

Patterned cushion: Designstuff Group

Green cushion: Nathan & Jac

Side table: Middle of Nowhere

Wallpaper: Sparkk

Pendant: Green House Interiors

Vase: Designstuff Group

Mug: Designstuff Group

Clam shell: Fenton & Fenton

Candle: Country Road


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TRENDING | Raspberry

 
 

By Alexandra Carter

TRENDING | RASPBERRY

Winter has arrived, can you believe that it's the first day of the season?! And with that in mind it's time to swap out your blush for a burst of berry, raspberry to be precise! 

Inspired by the beautiful artwork by Anna Thomas, this trends board focuses on creating a layered winter palette... bursts of berry, natural timbers and navy accents!

Shop the look below!

 
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Artwork: Barnaby Lane

Bed frame: Curious Grace

Euros: Cultiver

Side table: Designstuff Group

Rug: Art Hide

Duvet: Cultiver

Lamp: Norsu

Chair: Click On Furniture

Bear puzzle: Fenton & Fenton

Throw: Greenhouse Interiors

Candle Holders: Fenton & Fenton

Round Cushion: Nathan & Jac

Square cushion: Designstuff Group

Jar: Nathan & Jac

Mirror: Arrival Hall

 
 
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TRENDING | Colourful Neutrals

 
 

By Alexandra Carter

TRENDING - Colourful Neutrals, a play on traditional tones of what is considered neutral. Try using these muted colours to add depth and sophistication to your space.

 
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Armchair - Click On Furniture

Artwork - Green House Interiors

Peach cushion - Milk & Sugar

Magazine rack - Hunting for George

Plant stand - Hunting for George

Side table - Retro Jan

Pendant light - Norsu

Rug - Norsu

Clock - Arrival Hall

Throw - Norsu

Vase - Keep Pressin

 
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A weekend styling retreat with the best in the business... Julia Green, from Greenhouse Interiors

 
Photographer: Stephanie Rooney

Photographer: Stephanie Rooney

 

If Julia Green had a dollar for every time she has been asked for advice on establishing a career in the interior styling world, she could very likely pack up her props and trade them in for a life of luxury.

As a leader in the industry, it’s a question Julia fields on a daily basis, from budding stylists of all ages and from all backgrounds.

So, armed with a wealth of industry information and her own styling secrets, the founder of Greenhouse Interiors decided to share her knowledge with those looking to establish themselves in this highly-sought-after field.

 
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She recently threw open the doors to her Barwon Heads home for a weekend-long workshop where six aspiring stylists, who were given the opportunity to learn what it takes to turn a passion for interior styling into a career.

The workshop covered all aspects of the industry, from understanding personal style to working with photographers and other suppliers, as well as how to win business in this highly-competitive field. Guest speaker Samantha Firestone also shared her knowledge of the importance of digital strategy, social media and marketing.

 
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A morning yoga session and an evening glass or two of bubbles offered a perfect contrast to the otherwise fast-paced schedule.

The workshop culminated in a professional photo shoot where participants brought to life their interior concepts using a new range of artworks by Greenhouse Interiors artists Brent Rosenberg, Morgan Jamieson, Prudence Caroline and Kimmy Hogan.

The resulting imagery showcased students’ personal style combined with their newly-garnered interior styling knowledge, and ensured each left with full hearts and minds as well as magazine-worthy folio pieces to rival the best in the business.

 
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‘This retreat was a money-can’t-buy experience and was one of the best weekends of my life! Although we were six complete strangers and have different end goals, we all seemed to be at the same stage. Waiting at the start line, a little unsure how to actually start or to reach the next stage. Julia’s energy and passion is contagious and she quickly got everyone to open up and really trust each other in an incredibly supportive environment. Although this weekend was about styling, it was just as much about backing yourself and just going for it. By the end of the weekend, we all left with our hearts and inspiration cups overflowing – not to mention some beautiful imagery to compliment our portfolio’s!’ said participant Alex.

Bright futures, and a solid game plan now await this group of creatives armed with the passion and know how.

All Art shown here available at Greenhouse Interiors.

 
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To find out more about Julia Green’s interior styling workshops visit greenhouseinteriors.com.au

Stylists: Hannah Amos | Chealsea Ellis | Alexander Carter | Sally Humphries | Jen Harrison | Aisha Chaudhry,

Photographer: Stephanie Rooney

 

 
 
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Blushing beautiful - 10 Valentines Day Picks for your design savvy loved ones!

 
 

Valentines Day is just about here... 

and to mark the occasion I've complied my Top 10 last minute blushing beautiful gift ideas for you!

What about flowers and chocolates you say? I'll take homewares and art any day of the week!!!

 
 
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My Top 7 Interior Wall Trends...

 
 

Textured interior walls is where it's at - they add interest, style, texture and sense of modernity! Gone are the days of plain painted walls, texture is everything and what better way to inject some style into your space than with a little bit of wall pampering! 

My top 7 trends are below - some are DIY, some are an easy addition and some are a full blown makeover... so get inspired and please let me know your favourites!

 

 

1. Vertical Panelling

Designed by Griffiths Design Studio - Photography Sharyn Cairns

Designed by Griffiths Design Studio - Photography Sharyn Cairns

2. Horizontal Panelling

Designed by Eduardo Villa - Photography Sharyn Cairns

Designed by Eduardo Villa - Photography Sharyn Cairns

3. Timber Battens

Designed by Studio 1 Architects

Designed by Studio 1 Architects

4. Timber Detailing

Designed by HA Architects

Designed by HA Architects

5. Concrete Render

Via Pinterest

Via Pinterest

6. Painted Brick

Designed by Rob Kennon Architects

Designed by Rob Kennon Architects

7. Brick

Via Pinterest

Via Pinterest

 
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Elsternwick House... a bold and stunning renovation

 
Photography Sharyn Cairns

Photography Sharyn Cairns

 

Elsternwick House by Fiona Lynch Interior Design

The grandest of entrances leads you into a breathtakingly beautiful transformation of a Victorian Home, Elsternwick House is absolutely stunning. 

"As the client was encouraging of our exploration of colour, we took an evolutionary approach from room to room. Soft, earthy clay in the lounge melds into rusty brown in the adjacent study; through to a dining room swathed in striking blue." says Fiona Lynch.

 
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Elsternwick House Fiona Lynch
Elsternwick House Fiona Lynch
Elsternwick House Fiona Lynch
Elsternwick House Fiona Lynch
 
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Blankets with personality... by Slowdown Studio

 
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If you know me well, you would know that personally I'm not the biggest fan of pattern in my own home, but the amazing work of Slowdown Studio has changed my mind and has made me really excited! 

Slowdown Studio is the creative project of Australian-born, Los Angeles-based designer Marc Hendrick. With a love of playful prints and patterns, Marc selects his favourite illustrators and artists from around the world to collaborate on a series of woven blankets. With limited runs of each style, Slowdown Studio celebrates individuality and artistry, bringing these unique pieces into homes in the form of something as beautiful and versatile as a 100% cotton throw. 

Slowdown Studio says "Whether laying around a grassy knoll, sunning on a beach or getting comfy on the couch, Slowdown Studio blankets are the perfect item to help you find a welcome change of pace and comfort. So grab a coffee, a book and a blanket, and slow it down."

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Luxurious cotton sheets that will make you feel like you're sleeping in a hotel...

 
Photographed in Lisbon by Reneé Kemps

Photographed in Lisbon by Reneé Kemps

IN BED Cotton: Introducing 400 Thread-Count Percale

IN BED have released their latest offering - a 400 thread-count cotton range that is inspired by the aesthetic and feeling of crisp white cotton sheets – the kind you find in the rooms of boutique hotels, artfully layered and exceptionally soft. And who doesn't love a luxe hotel bed, am I right?!!

The cotton sheets are closely woven to be smooth, light and breathable, making them ideal for warmer seasons and balmy climates.

For the launch of the cotton range, IN BED partnered with Portuguese accommodation project Santa Clara 1728, located within a starkly beautiful 18th century façade in the heart of Lisbon’s old cultural quarter. The hotel’s location and design makes for a campaign that extends naturally from IN BED’s own aesthetic, mirroring the thoughtful, modern, and minimal design approach that they embrace in all of their product ranges.

The hotel is one of the four design-led properties by hotelier João Rodrigues and has been designed by renowned local architect Manuel Aires Mateus, whose clean, modern interiors give lift and light to the building’s ancient walls.

Images of this stunning hotel are below, so keep on scrolling...

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IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
IN BED STORE
 

A beautiful, functional and easy storage solution...

 
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Black Ash Boxy.


Combining aesthetics + functionality Urban Couture's new Boxy Range is the perfect addition to your home.

Urban Couture have released their latest must have - the Boxy. The perfect piece to create your own custom storage, use as a gorgeous bedside table, a side table or even a stack them them to create a sideboard - the options are endless.

Urban Couture's Boxy Units are available in Oak, Black Ash, Green + Carrara Marble, and can be purchased in sets to create a storage solution or on their own to accessorise your space. 

We love, do you?

Green Marble Boxy.

Green Marble Boxy.


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American Oak Boxy.


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Carrara Marble Boxy.

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New day, New Dawn by Arro Home...

 
Photos - Arro Home | Styling - Heather Nette King | Photography - Mike Baker

Photos - Arro Home | Styling - Heather Nette King | Photography - Mike Baker

'New day, New Dawn' is the latest collection of furniture and homewares from Arro Home.

 

Arro Home is an Australian lifestyle brand, based in Melbourne. Their collections consist of stylish rugs woven in natural fibres, beautiful furniture pieces that offer all aspects of living and dining, an array of soft furnishings and linens and stunning decor pieces. Their ranges are constantly refreshed to reflect trends, ensure newness and deliver distinctive products for your home that will stand the test of time. 

Arro Home recognises and is responding to shifting global demographics, where people are seeking a true lifestyle balance that informs how a home functions and serves.. and we absolutely love this about them!

This season see's the return of the ottoman which comes in three sizes and in a gorgeous array of colours. Their range of rugs are colourful, tactile, have the most gorgeous tasselling and some feature graphic imagery. And let's not forget the velvets... oh so gorgeous!

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"We don't know about you, but we can already see ourselves sprawled out in the Oscar chair, feet hanging over the side, book in our lap. We're relaxed just thinking about it, actually. Mmm..." says Arro Home.

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“Inspired rugs pair with monochrome cushions and revamped Arro favourites meet with modern twists. We introduce a versatile new colour-range of velvet ottomans alongside our lounge chairs and sofas. And we lift the layers on our entire collection with tasselled cushions and rugs. Arro Home brings together contemporary trends in urban living to cater for a world of movers: those who want to curate their space, even if the place isn’t permanent. From sprawling homes to studio apartments, we believe in the potential to make your space anew and do it from the ground up.” says Arro Home

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""Go on. Put your feet up. You've earned it," is what the Aloft ottoman would say to you if it could. Who are we to argue? In a sumptuous rust velvet with a subtle sheen, you'll wonder where this ottoman has been all your life. Also comes in Small and Tall." says Arro Home.

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"With its tassel texture and jewel tones, the Miette Rug (centre) is one sassy showstopper! Whether you pop it in your living room or your bedroom (or your office, or your dining room), this woven kilim rug is sure to make your space feel special." says Arro Home

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Rug Edit... let's go neutral!

 

I'm always being asked if I have a favourite rug, rug brand, style, material etc... and the quick answer is no. And that's because we are all so lucky to have sooooo many options to choose from when shopping for the perfect rug - and what you end up choosing completely depends on the style of your room, the size,  the colour palette and the furniture.

I have created a Neutral Rug Edit for you to check out today - some have pattern, some have detail and some are more simple but the main thing is that they are all super gorgeous, so basically there's something for everyone! 

Tribe Home - Piper | Ivory & Charcoal

Tribe Home - Piper | Ivory & Charcoal

 

Interior Trend Predictions for 2018... by Lucy Given from LUC. Design Store

 
Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Lucy Given is one busy lady. Not only is she paving the way for homeware interiors at her amazing LUC. design store in Hobart, she was also recently named the first ever ‘Retailer of the Year’ at the 2017 Gift and Life Instyle Awards.

Having over 25 years experience in both commercial and residential interior design and retail - Lucy knows a thing or two about what’s happening in the industry, on a national and international scale. This makes Lucy the perfect person to lead several education sessions at Reed Gift Fairs in Melbourne this August. Each session is tailored specifically to those within this ever-growing industry.

In preparation for the Reed Gift Fairs Melbourne event, Lucy has shared some of her professional interior trend predictions for spring/summer 18 with us... scroll down!

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Scandinavian influences – this is an interior trend that has continued to flourish and evolve over the years. Interior trends for 2018 will combine Scandinavian designs with a much more paired back sensibility. This will include the use of vintage/timeless elements (think classic furniture and lighting from the 60’s and 70’s) teamed with a touch of glamour in metal, leather or glass  – creating a sense of comfort and luxury in the home. There will be less of the pale timbers and soft greys this season, and more walnut, natural leather and textural hides.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

The return of colour – trending across the industry is the return of bold colour choices and the resurgence of layers and textures. There is a shift in the shades of colours we are used to seeing and a move toward earthy tones, metallics and shiny surfaces that reflect a sense of luxury and wealth. You can also expect to see lots of pink trending this season and more specifically millennial pink. Green will continue to remain a strong trend, however it will take on softer shades of sage, soft pastel celery and avocado. Dark interiors dominate with moody greys and intense blues - which makes me very happy.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

Image courtesy of Menu Denmark.

The mix of colours with textures – this season we will continue to see the pairing of colours and textures, which includes velvet and natural textiles that will be emulated throughout linens and wools. Along with this, there will be an inclusion of leather, metal accents, concrete and glass mixed with other natural elements such as plants, timbers, stone and textural fabrics. 

Marble and natural stone – Expect to see the pairing of marble and natural stone this season, with black being the new white when it comes to marbling. Keep an eye out for stone finishes and tones of grey and black, along with thin profiles in bench and table tops. Black kitchens will also become huge. 
 

All of these trends and more will be showcased at Reed Gift Fairs Melbourne in August 2017. http://www.reedgiftfairs.com.au

LUC. Design Store

LUC. Design Store

Lucy Given of LUC. Design Store

Lucy Given of LUC. Design Store

 

Winter - Country Road Home...

 
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What's not to love at Country Road Home! 

Their Winter 17 collection is full of pieces to layer, tactile woollen yarns, fresh winter hues with touches of pattern and texture. Ummm I'll take one of everything please!

 

Bathroom Love... Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards

 
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Arent & Pyke

We love a little bit of bathroom glam, so we have compiled our favourite bathroom designs from the finalists of the Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards for you to check out.

As you can tell we have a thing for grey, black and white... but who doesn't, am I right?!

Arent & Pyke

Arent & Pyke

B.E. Architecture

B.E. Architecture

Arent & Pyke

Arent & Pyke

B.E. Architecture

B.E. Architecture

AP Design House

AP Design House

Hunting for George transform converted warehouse apartment for the launch of their newest collection 'Welcome Home'...

 

Shot on location in a converted Gas Regulating House in North Melbourne, Hunting for George's latest collection 'Welcome Home' is every bit as stunning as the apartment itself!

New textiles from Hunting for George feature new materials including linen, chambray, quilting, wool and leather together with their signature pure cotton. There are many stand out pieces in the collection so it’s hard to pick favourites, but some of my picks are the Polar Quilt Cover Set with diagonal quilting. The Sunday Wool Blanket made from 100% wool and the luxurious Leo Navy Leather Cushion, a dreamy deep blue leather cushion with detailed piping.

The newbies in linen include Quilt Cover Sets, Standard and Euro Pillowcases and Tableware in classic White and Charcoal. And their newest must haves are the Leather cushion accessories which are available in Tan and Navy.

The Oliver Coffee Table makes its debut as the latest addition in the Hunting for George Oliver furniture range, all Australian made and available in soft white and matte black.

Complementing the all new linen tableware, sees the launch of Hunting for George Ceramics, handmade in Melbourne and available in 3 different products: Planter, Tumbler and Espresso Cup Set.

“We fell in love with this apartment. It’s height, grandeur and age were so welcoming. The open floor plan allowed us the freedom to transform the entire home and tell a comprehensive story. We have a extensive range of products for all areas of the home and we really wanted to showcase this.” Lucy Glade-Wright, Brand Director