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GOLDEN EN HOUR the must-have hue in your home this season

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INTERIOR STYLING COMMANDMENTS according to

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SIMPLE STEPS

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Sleep Sanctuary How to create a

MICRO RENOVATING – SPRING DECORATING – GUIDE TO ENTERTAINING


CONTENTS in this issue W E LC O M E

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Welcome to the first edition of the Nunawading Homemaker HQ ‘Style At Home’ magazine.

INSIDER KNOWLEDGE

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Interior stylist Kylie Tyrrell shares her top spring home decorating predictions.

CHYKA KEEBAUGH’S STYLING COMMANDMENTS

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Seasonally inspired, this is your guide to entertaining and home decorating.

S U S TA I N A B L E L I V I N G

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A new era of interior decorating with an eco-friendly edge, at Focus on Furniture.

YO U B I G S O F T Y

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Creating a fresh bedroom sanctuary is simple using these five rules.

GOLDEN HOUR

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Warm like a summer sunset, golden home accessories are a must-have this season!

M I C R O - R E N O VAT I O N

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How to add value to your home (and sell faster) without doing a large-scale reno.

A DREAMY KIDS ROOM

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Looking for inspiration to style your child’s room? You’ll be surprised at this suggestion.

S AV O U R T H E M O M E N T

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Push the reset button on your health this spring. Plus, kitchen styling inspo. Tick, tick.

MADE FOR SHARING

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Christmas entertaining is made easy with our how-to guide. You’ll want to take notes!

CENTRE OFFER

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Welcome

pring summer is my favourite time of year. The chill of winter is replaced with a welcome ray of sunshine and a tinge of excitement about finishing the year on a high. In this SS19 issue, we’re sharing top seasonal styling tips, considering eco-friendly sourcing of products to buy for your home, as well as micro-renovation ideas that won’t cost the earth. We chat to our good friend Chyka Keebaugh (who has just published her second book that you can pick up at Provincial Home Living on Level 1) about her style commandments for the season. Excitingly, we’ve also launched our new Digital Mood Board tool, in partnership with Style Sourcebook. Mood Boards are a great (and free!) tool for you to use on your iPad or desktop to create your perfect space. Better still, you can create it with products that are in-centre right now, ready for you to take home. Welcome to our first Style At Home Magazine from Nunawading Homemaker HQ. We’re excited to share it with you and hear your thoughts on how you like it, plus any ideas on articles you’d like to see in the next issue.

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INSIDER knowledge

Interior stylist, owner of Gold Chalk Styling and self-confessed colour enthusiast, Kylie Tyrrell believes a home should not only look amazing, but feel amazing too. Here are her top seasonal home styling tips you need to know!

What inspired the overall look of your home? I love colour and I love natural light. I find natural light to be very mood-altering. So, my mission was to modernise, lighten and make it a bit of fun with colour and art. I am also inspired by travel and the pieces I have collected along the way.

Kylie Tyrrell’s HOT LIST PREDICTIONS 1 We will see more curves and softer, more feminine shapes appearing in homewares, furniture and interiors.

2 Lives are getting busier, so people will want to create a space that’s almost retreat-like. As if designing one’s own home sanctuary.

3 Native blooms in homewares will be big. Blush and sage are huge and lilac will start appearing in linen and soft furnishings.

4 Curtains will make a big comeback as the preferred window treatment!

What’s your favourite space in your home? My office. I love the light and my desk is actually our original dining table. It holds so many family memories for me. I sit at my desk and watch the weather come in – it’s magic! The number one question you get asked about home styling? “How do I add colour to a space and should I hang art in my home?” So many people are scared of colour and artwork but it’s the key to adding your own personality to a home. When styling homes, I often start with artwork before furniture. It’s just my thing! What are some quick and easy décor swaps to update your home for spring? Move your artwork around. So many people leave it in the same spot and never move it but I love doing this! I also love moving furniture around – try moving your favourite armchair into a different space or change the position of your sofa. I also love to bring greenery in from my garden or handpicked from a walk because it adds a little colour, texture and warmth to a room. What’s your home’s personality? It’s colourful, unexpected and a bit eclectic. I love adding drama to each and every room. How do you incorporate colour into your home? It’s my must-have thing. Accessories, cushions, throws and artwork. Killer artwork is the key. Must-have spring blooms? Tulips, always!

CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO BOOK A FREE 40 -MINUTE STYLING SESSION WITH KYLIE IN-CENTRE OR ON OUR WEBSITE.

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STYLING Commandments T H AT C H Y K A K E E B A U G H IS LIVING BY FOR SPRING

What would we find on your home styling moodboard for spring? I am excitedly getting ready to move into our new apartment which we have been building for the last year and a half. I have recently come back from Morocco and bought some beautiful green ceramics for our outdoor area. I’m also excited about some beautiful rugs that we are having made in India and two that we bought in Turkey. My look for this new apartment is really layered, bright and textural. I want it to really be interesting with lots of vignettes and stories. What inspired your latest book? And where can we find it?! My new book has really been inspired by my last 30 years of working. It covers 13 holidays that are celebrated over the course of a calendar year. Everything from Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Chinese New Year and so much more. Each chapter features how to create a themed table setting, decorating ideas for around the house, menu and drinks ideas plus some of the traditions behind the different holidays. I really loved doing the homework and finding out what different people do as a tradition in their family and culture. The book can be found pretty much everywhere; pick up a copy at Nunawading Homemaker HQ at Provincial Home Living on level 1. The top three spring trends to embrace: I’m absolutely loving that there is colour everywhere at the moment, this to me is such a wonderful way to give your home a brighter lighter look for spring. I love the idea of brightening up

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Where do you start when freshening up your home for spring? I just love the start of spring. To me it’s the time to open the windows, give everything a good clean, plant up spring perennials for the garden and outdoor tables, and fill the house with fresh flowers and candles.

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Your top Christmas entertaining tips? I absolutely love Christmas and the most important thing is to start early. Think about the colours you want to use on your tree, your table, and your gift wrapping. Make it all work together so that it’s a continuous story. Make sure you put in your diary when you want to decorate your house so it’s actually a fun experience and not a hassle. Make this a family tradition and invite the children, grandchildren and friends to come and help start the festivities. Turn on the Christmas carols, light a candle

The biggest interior styling faux pas you wish home decorators knew? I think that it is probably people who look at the latest trends and feel like they need to use them all in their home when it doesn’t always work. I personally love a home that has its own style and feel and wish people felt confident enough to do what they love and not what they feel they have to.  Start slowly and don’t feel everything needs to be done overnight. Your home is a reflection of your personality so make sure it really does feel like you. For example, just because you buy a piece of furniture for a certain place doesn’t mean it has to stay there forever. Have fun moving pieces of furniture around to create different looks and feels, you might end up putting it back to where you started but at least you have tried.

It’s time to move the furniture around, freshen up cushions and get rid of those blankets on the back of the couch. Get the carpets dry-cleaned and give the windows a really good clean. There is nothing better than starting a new season with the house looking beautiful, clean and bright. It inspires you to entertain at home again and to curl up on the couch and read a good book. I like to look at every room and see how I can make it feel lighter and brighter. It’s really easy to do something like this in the bathroom with some new handcream and soap, plus introducing a lighter coloured towel. Or in the kitchen pop a fresh tea towel on the oven and a pot of delicious fresh mint on the kitchen bench. Tidy up the stack of books next to your bed and give the mattress a flip over. I really love doing all of this and in fact, had better go and start now!

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that smells like Christmas and have fun making memories. Start Christmas shopping early so that the gifts are not a nightmare or thought of at the last minute. Create a menu that you know you can enjoy on the day, so you don’t need to spend the whole time in the kitchen. Give your family jobs if it helps make your day easier but give them plenty of time to organise it. This is such a wonderful time of year and it’s really meant to be fun so by being organised, you know this will happen.

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my tabletop by using some great new napkins that are eclectic and textured, and adding some new lighter cushions to add to the collection I already have. Bringing the outdoors indoors is a great look for spring with lots of greenery and orchids in great baskets or wooden pots that look great on the kitchen bench, dining table or in the bathroom. My favourite quote is “perfectly imperfect” so I never want everything to look over styled. A stack of magazines that aren’t perfectly stacked, different coloured glassware used as candle holders and always burning a fragrant candle to suit your mood; light and floral for the day and a little heavier and moodier for the evening. Download some new playlists and give your home a music spring makeover too.

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Sustainable LIVING There’s a story behind everything. So, when updating your home this spring summer, Focus on Furniture stylist, Melissa Gullifer, wants you to ask yourself: where is your dining table from? And she’s not asking from which retailer. What she means is, where did the wood come from? And how was it sourced? A new era of interior decorating has arrived and its got an eco-friendly edge. Time for an update!

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A DREAMY SOFA Perfect for any home with a large family or entertaining space, the Hampton is generous in size and has a really classic feel with deep seats, rolled arms, and comfortable cushioning. Perfect for the whole family. Focus on Furniture Hampton 3 Seater Sofa $1499

Focus on Furniture Tennyson Large Coffee Table $799

Feel inspired to update your interiors this season with Focus on Furniture’s latest spring summer collection. “This season we’ve introduced some beautiful new furniture pieces to suit any living space,” Melissa says. “You can feel good about your purchase and rest assured that these timber collections have been ethically sourced from sustainably-managed forests, under the direction of the Victorian Government’s forest manager.”

Melissa Gullifer

Focus On Furniture Stylist

MUSICAL CHAIRS Dining chairs are one of those gorgeous furniture pieces you can swap out to completely change the look and feel of a room.

IT’S ONLY NATURAL Australian Messmate is a distinctive hardwood grown naturally in the vibrant forests of Victoria and Tasmania.

Focus on Furniture Corsica Dining Chair $229

TIMELESS TIMBER Timber furniture is anything but new, but that doesn’t mean it is an outdated trend; it makes it timeless. Choosing timber to furnish your home will instantly add warmth to a space and the natural appeal of timber will add balance to any colour palette.

Focus on Furniture Alavus Entertainment Unit Large $999

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BEDROOM OVERHAUL Spring summer is a great time to freshen up your bedroom. So go on, splurge on luxurious bedding. This gives your bedroom an instant facelift.

Carlie Monasso Provincial Home Living Stylist

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Throws & cushions

Side tables

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A focal point

“Swap out your dark, heavy fabric cushions and throws for lighter linen or printed cotton in a fresh colour palette,” Carlie says. ”Try milky whites, sage green, duck egg blue and dove grey.”

“Rethink your organisational pieces. You don’t have to hide everything in cupboards. Display your treasured items as feature pieces on a beautiful side table or cabinet,” Carlie says.

Indoor-outdoor living encapsulates the Aussie lifestyle. Cue the indoor tree trend. Create warmth in your room by introducing faux foliage in a unique pot. Perfect for low-light spaces!

There’s nothing worse than settling into bed with a great book, only to have to get up afterwards and turn the light off. Table lamps are underrated, practical and add warm ambience.

“Accent your space with a focal point and invest in a furniture piece that stands out in either colour or shape,” Carlie says. A gorgeous canopy bed is both striking and oh-so cosy.

Sleep Soundly

Searching for a new mattress? Look no further than Regal Sleep Solutions. These guys know that finding a new mattress can be a daunting and overwhelming process, so with their 365-day comfort guarantee, if you’re not 100% satisfied, you can swap the mattress as many times as you need (within the year), until you find the perfect match.

Left to right: Bed Bath N’ Table Chunky Tassel Throw $69.95 Bed Bath N’ Table Odessa Cushion $59.95 Adairs Anjuna Collection 2 Drawers Bedside Table $349.99 Adairs Olive Branch $19.99 Koala & Tree Spitfire Lamp $298 Provincial Home Living See In Store For Details SS19 Nunawading Homemaker HQ

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GOLDEN hour We consider our homes to be our castle, so this season, be sure to decorate accordingly. Considered a “warm” metal, gold décor and furnishings can have a huge impact on a room, with very little effort. There’s just something about adding a touch of metallic to a room that makes the space feel classy and interesting. Here are our top picks for spring summer.

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Micro RENOVATION

Our homes are some of our greatest assets and while it’s great to put our stamp on it, it’s smart to make sure that our investments for improvement are adding value to our home. Especially when it comes to selling time! Could a micro-renovation be the solution? Expert, Louise Carrigg from Barry Plant Heathmont and Ringwood weighs in.

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F I N E R D E TA I L S Presentation works two fold – it makes your photos look great (the first priority in attracting buyers), and then once they come to your home it helps them fall in love with the atmosphere and spaces that your home offers.

I N V I T I N G S PAC ES Decluttering and then choosing your favourite items to keep within the home is a fabulous way to start. Furniture or artwork can help lead the way in how and what you add in the way of soft furnishings.

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We recommend putting a big focus on cleanliness! Spot-clean everything and do a good window clean both inside and out. Clean carpets and furniture. Wash down exterior concrete, weatherboards, eaves, etc.

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Scent and lighting can play a huge role in how a home ‘feels’. Consider using candles or diffusers with lovely natural scents like citrus and add soft lighting with lamps to create a warm ambience.

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1. Provincial Home Living Blossom Stem $18.95 (vase not included) 2. Provincial Home Living Smart Spaces $49.99 3. Provincial Home Living The Kinfolk Home $65 4. Bay Leather Republic Residence 2.5 Seat Sofa with 2 E/Motion $2299 5. DecoRug Hypnose Distressed Original Rug $359 6. Fair Price Furniture Portland Coffee Table $499 7. Focus on Furniture Tennyson Lamp Table $699 8. Adairs Talbot Table Lamp $89.99 9. JB Hi-Fi Google Home $144 14

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Prints are a simple way to change up the look of the room!

KEEP IT CLEAN Light carpets in the bedroom can be a nightmare for parents to keep clean, but not anymore. Head in to Godfrey’s and pick up the latest in vacuum and carpet shampoo technology. Not only will you have squeaky clean carpet, but you’ll help to manage asthma and allergies, too. ADAIRS

A dreamy KIDS ROOM

When looking for inspiration to design a gorgeous bedroom for your children, why not turn to your little one for some input? Kids are imaginative and expressive, so before you start, why not ask them? You could be surprised with their answers!

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Storage

Cosy blankets

Reading chair

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A child’s bedroom can become a little cluttered. For this reason, neutral-toned or natural décor creates a wonderful canvas to work with.

Considering the longevity of the furniture is important. A tallboy in their wardrobe is a stylish and practical storage solution that’ll last.

A linen throw in a beautiful soft hue is a magical and super cosy addition to the room. Drape it over a chair or spilling out of a gorgeous basket.

A child’s bedroom wouldn’t be complete without a comfy chair. Settling in each night and reading together will become some of your best memories.

Creating a space for your little one to relax and feel safe, means plenty of plush friends to snuggle. A puppy toy is super sweet in any room!

BASE Camp

You’ll have one happy camper after a visit to BASE Camp at Nunawading Homemaker HQ! With a massive multi-level indoor playground, workshops, parties and more, the little ones won’t be able to contain their excitement. And they look after parents too with an on-site cafe. Find out more on their website www.basecampkids.com.au.

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SAVOUR the moment

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s the place where food is made, the kitchen is arguably the best room in the house, so it’s important it looks the part. Spice up your cooking space with simple tricks that will make your kitchen look fresh and 5-star for the new season! Make your greens feel at home by bringing nature into the kitchen. Popping some flowers in a vase adds a splash of colour and creates a relaxing environment to inspire cooking creativity. For a bold look, use two colours in one vase or select a variety of flowers in similar shades for a modern, yet natural touch. Experiment with texture by pairing large-headed flowers like sunflowers or peonies with smaller blooms like carnations

or asters. To give your kitchen a subtle but beautiful lift, try adding gorgeous duck egg blue. Effortlessly pleasing to the eye, this delicate colour works perfectly on cabinets as an accent that isn’t overt but brings just the right amount of tone to make a soothing statement. It’s the easiest way to inject personality into the room and pairs wonderfully with white, other blues and greens, or soft neutral taupes and browns. If you’re too tired from redecorating or you’re too busy admiring your glorious new space to prepare a nutritious lunch, you can head over to Big Café at Nunawading Homemaker HQ to pick up a fresh and fast meal that’s equally as delicious.

Grey or duck egg blue cabinets are a sleek and on-trend addition to any kitchen

INGREDIENTS Halloumi, sliced and pan-fried Butternut pumpkin, diced Baby spinach Nashi pear, cubed Brussel sprouts, roasted Red cabbage, sliced and steamed Walnuts Pomegranate 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 cup olive oil 4 2 tsp wholegrain mustard

METHOD Step 1 Roast butternut pumpkin on a large roasting tray for 20 minutes on 180ºC. Add brussel sprouts and roast for a further 10 minutes. Lightly pan-fry halloumi until golden. Step 2 Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine balsamic vinegar, olive oil and wholegrain mustard. Mix well. Step 3 Add all ingredients into one large serving bowl and toss to combine. Add balsamic dressing. Top with fresh herbs if you wish. Enjoy!

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CHRISTMAS table styling You’ve decked the halls and decorated the tree, and the familiar sound of Michael Bublè is echoing through your home. The countdown to Christmas is on and the checklist is getting longer and longer. Here to help you tick one task off the list, Nunawading Homemaker HQ has your perfectly festive guide to a chic and welcoming table setting. P.s. Yule want to take notes.

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Layered tableware Layering your plates is essential to a beautiful table aesthetic. Besides, more plates means you can pile on more yummy sides!

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Linen everything is having a real moment this spring summer. A folded tonal linen napkin will bring symmetry, sophistication and a subtle pop of colour to any table.

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1. House Alex Liddy Aquis 12 Piece Coupe Dinner Set $169.99 2. Bed Bath N' Table Carlisle Napery from $7.95 3. Fair Price Furniture Portland Medium Dining Table $599 4. Fair Price Furniture Chic Dining Chair $29 5. House Baccarat Spice Market Carrara Mortar & Pestle $49.99

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