Wednesday, October 15, 2008

October magazine round-up

Details from the home of Sydney interior designer Juliette Arent... I usually crop these scanned pages but something about the blurred edges and pink post-it notes made me want to leave this one as is! Love my post-its. :) photographer - Anson Smart, Stylist - the incredible Megan Morton.

Julette Arent on her stunning light-filled balcony in the title-shot of Inside Out's feature... love those arched windows.

The perfect loungeroom? Yes, it's still Juliette Arent. Ahhh. picture perfect.

LOVED the layout, styling and collage illustration in this Inside Out feature on trends in paint colours... photographer - Matthews Williams, Styling - Katie Lockhart.

Another stunning Inside Out feature featuring the work of Sydney ceramicist Vipoo Srivilasa.
photographry - Emma Reilly, food styling - Sue Fairlie-Cunningham

It is a great month for Australian design magazines! I just received both Inside Out and Vogue Living in the mail... they're both truly stellar issues... Inside Out especially. Highlights include a beautiful selection of featured homes... my favourite I think is Sydney designer Juliette Arent's beautiful rental(!) in Darling Point... classy and picture-perfect, yet casual and relaxed in style (images top of this post).

Shots from Inside Out's feature on the Sydney home of Annette Mckenzie and Matt Cumming.
photographer - Nick Bowers, stylist - Mary Temelovski.

Vogue Living shares a similarly eclectic and very generous selection of featured homes... The most interesting is New Yorker David Alhadeff's Brooklyn apartment. Design*Sponge readers will know Alhadeff as the founder of highly publicised Brooklyn design store The Future Perfect! His home is truly FAB, and more 'New York bohemian' than even the most fastidious stylist could recreate :) I have included 3 shots below because it was too hard to choose!

David Alhadeff's Brooklyn apartment

David Alhadeff's Brooklyn apartment

David Alhadeff's Brooklyn apartment (again!)

had to drop this in incredible photo too...! It's the amazing barn/studio of New-Zealand born artist Mark Brazier-Jones


  1. Those ceramics are gorgeous and I love all the images!

  2. yes yes gorgeous aren't they!? Agggh. stunning ceramics and stunning images...

    I have been toying with the idea of taking a ceramics class actually... I would love to learn more about this craft...! But perhaps I would be frustrated at not being able to create masterpieces immediately!

    Thanks so much for your comment! Hope you're well!