@insideoutmag woke up like this... (new issue peeks):

That sawn stump works well here to make the whole bathroom a little less clinical and more laid back.

Yellow pompom cushion for the win! This home is as laid-back as it is sophisticated, a lot like Noosa, actually (the surf town where it's located). Styling by Simone Barter, photography by Anastasia Kariofylldis.

 The converted-factory home of artist Saskia Folk (love that Accept The Good poster, available here).
Styling by Heather Nette King, Photography by Derek Swalwell
Dudes bathe here.
Men who know how to decorate are hella sexy. Just saying.
Styling by Rachel Vigor, Photography Derek Swalwell

This New York beauty is a 1839 dockside warehouse conversion. Woah.
Photograph by Gaelle Le Boulicaut

I love my mag subs - it's like a little present to myself in the mailbox every month.  This weekend's love letter was the latest issue of Inside Out

This issue's easy breezy beautiful covergirl home is a light-filled contemporary babe in one of my fave places on the planet - Noosa. There's also an old factory in Melbourne converted into a industrial-vibe home (check out those huge deep-green factory lights in the hallway and bathroom), an inner-city warehouse that a bunch of stylish men have turned into a cool urban apartment, a New York warehouse conversion, and loads of other interior and new-homeware inspiration too. Oh and P.S Penpals - did you know Inside Out have a new website?

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