insideoutmag Regram of @yellowdandy's brilliant entry into our 'Share My Style' competition - this was our chief sub-editor @virginia_jen's staff pick in our latest issue. Turn to page 164 in our September edition to see the other entries we loved. If, like Karen, you enter the competition and use the #sharemystylekitchen hashtag, you could win a $3000 gift card from @ikeaaustralia. Visit insideout.com.au/sharemystyle or see our latest issue for more competition details. 3h

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insideoutmag Regram of @jenclarkdesign's great pic from our Open For Inspection events on Tuesday. Check out her brilliant blog post about it - it's a wonderful way to feel like you got to visit the @maxadesign home, too! Go to jenclarkdesign.com.au to take the tour. Thanks again to @circahome, @potandpanmelb, @lisakoehlerstylist, Maxa Design and all the readers who made the day such a success! 4h

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insideoutmag This seems like a pretty nice spot for making lunch. This kitchen is from our current cover story on a one-of-a-kind Melbourne residence by architect @clarecousins. See more in our September issue, out now at newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Google Play, Apple Newsstand and Nook. Styling by @marshagolemac. Photography by @brookeholm. 8h

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insideoutmag Thanks to @thekjcollective for the great blog post about our recent Open For Inspection events at the @maxadesign home this week (you may remember that this brilliant house was recently featured in our August issue)! Click on The K J Collective's profile for the blog link or head straight to thekjcollective.wordpress.com to find out what it was like to visit this great home in real life, with our editor @littlecbradley and our panel style expert @lisakoehlerstylist as hosts on the day. Thanks again to @circahome for making the events possible, too. Styling by @ruthwelsby. Photography by @gemmola. 1d

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insideoutmag Congrats to stylist @mr_jason_grant on the launch of his new book at @koskela_ tonight! It will be published soon by @hardiegrantbooks - look out for an extract in our next issue. 2d

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insideoutmag Wallpaper your ceiling? Why not? We love how bold and original designer @vanessa_kortlang's home is! See more of her striking ideas in our September issue, out now at newsagents and digitally via Apple Newsstand, Google Play, Zinio and Nook. Styling by Julia Green of @greenhouseinteriors and @aimeeltstylist. Photography by @armellehabib. 2d

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insideoutmag Overwhelmed by the ambitious amount of spring-cleaning that's on your "to do" list? Pick up our September issue for our room-by-room guide on how to tackle it all (and not lose your sanity or nerve)! Our latest edition is out now at newsagents or available digitally via Zinio, Apple Newsstand, Nook and Google Play. Styling by @imogeneroache. Photography by @craigwallphoto. 2d

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insideoutmag Great things in the @paper2surryhills front window in Sydney. 2d

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insideoutmag Here's some moody bedroom inspiration, courtesy of our latest September issue! You can find more style and decorating ideas from this Melbourne warehouse apartment in our latest edition, out now at newsagents or digitally via Apple Newsstand, Google Play, Nook and Zinio. Styling by Jacqui Moore. Photography by @armellehabib. 3d

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insideoutmag This gorgeous illustration by our former designer, @midnightgracie, is one of the many great prints you can pick up from @jackywinter's Lamington Drive online store. Visit lamingtondrive.com/shop to see more artworks by Grace, @katebanazi, @beciorpin and other brilliant local talents. 3d

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insideoutmag Thanks to @circahome for helping us out with such a gorgeous home tour today. It was lovely to see everyone who came along, and thanks @lisakoehlerstylist for all your brilliant advice. 3d

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insideoutmag Check out our amazing 'naked cake' made by @potandpanmelbourne at our Open for Inspection event. 3d

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insideoutmag Welcome to our very first #OpenForInspection! It's your chance to step inside the pages of Inside Out. Thank you @maxadesign for your beautiful home and @circahome for working with us to make such a fun event. 3d

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insideoutmag The @laelieberzon painting, @jardanfurniture 'Cleo' velvet sofa and Jielde lamp all contrast nicely in this corner of the @clarecousins residential project that features on the cover of our September issue. See more of this amazing home in our latest edition, out now via newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Apple Newsstand, Google Play and Nook. Styling by @marshagolemac. Photography by @brookeholm. 4d

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insideoutmag Congrats to Queena Lee, student winner of @reecebathrooms's recently announced #reecebia innovation award for this clever double-basin design, with a sliding basin grate that transforms a basin into a shelf when not being used. We hope to see this great idea become a reality one day! For more info on the award, visit bathroominnovation.com.au. 4d

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insideoutmag We love how the owners of @minimoderns turned a converted railway carriage that "had seen better days" into a fantastic weekender in their trademark patterns and wallpapers. See more in our September issue, out now at newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Google Play, Nook and Apple Newsstand. For more info on Mini Moderns and its colourful, pattern-heavy ranges, visit minimoderns.com. Photography by Andrew Boyd. 4d

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insideoutmag Mia-Louise Mallund Smith (the illustrator behind @missemai) says that she is “an apartment person”, and you would be, too, after casting your eye over her charming, character-rich Danish flat. See more of her wonderful home in our September issue, out now at newsagents and digitally via Apple Newsstand, Google Play, Zinio and Nook. Styling by Marie Graunbol. Photography by Martin Solyst/Living Inside. 1w

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insideoutmag On the hunt for a great stool? Our market editor @joseph_gardner highlights eight designs worth considering in our 'Best Buys' section in the new September issue. Photography by @amandaprior.

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insideoutmag It's now out - our new September issue! Here's a detail from our cover story on an impressive Melbourne renovation by architect @clarecousins - a project initially kickstarted via Skype sessions with the owners when they were based in the Middle East! See more of this great house in our September edition, out now at newsagents or digitally via Nook, Zinio, Google Play and Apple Newsstand. Styling by @marshagolemac. Photography by @brookeholm. 1w

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insideoutmag Our September issue hits newsagents and digital outlets today! Featured in our new mag is this bold and eye-catching home belonging to designer @vanessa_kortlang. See more of her amazing house in our September edition, as styled by @greenhouseinteriors and @aimeeltstylist and photographed by @armellehabib. 1w
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  •   amberdalyartist Congrats to Arite Kannavos her painting on the right! 1w
  •   debbiewamsley @emilygracefussell you are right about those colours! 1w
  •   thekjcollective Great feature @insideoutmag Amazing styling @greenhouseinteriors @armellehabib 1w
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  •   farrahjoey May I hear your opinion @picadilly_yellow.. For a non-ID person like me, it does seem to me that there's just too much patterns in this design and in many others, nonetheless, they are appreciated by many. What are the benefits in such approach :-) 4d
  •   picadilly_yellow Personal preference, what may be too busy for you design-wise may not be for others, do note that there is nothing wrong with either preference actually. I picture you as more of into minimalism. I am very open-minded in my profession and I really love creativity and playing around with all sorts of design elements (may they be patterns, textures, color, etc.) thus I actually love this. When I do spaces, I design them not mainly for aesthetics but to address the needs of the users of said spaces. Hopefully I answered your query somehow @farrahjoey 3d
  •   farrahjoey Probably because I am thinking of public consumption rather than a personal one. Yes, thank you very much for taking time to share your thoughts @picadilly_yellow =) 3d

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