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Curtain up for blind ambition

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Curtain up for blind ambition

If there’s one area we tend to forget about when moving into a new apartment or sprucing up an old one, it’s the windows.  Or to be more specific, the window coverings. Picking out colour schemes, matching the bed spreads to the rugs, getting shiny new appliances for the kitchen (more…)

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Jamie Durie book brings the outside in

Jamie Durie book brings the outside in

Nobody appreciates indoor-outdoor lifestyles more than Australians. Now TV landscape gardener Jamie Durie shows you how to turn your world outside in. It’s been 10 years since Jamie Durie made the move from landscape gardening to interiors and furniture design in his first book on the topic, and now Jamie (more…)

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Anyone for Venice?

Anyone for Venice?

Here at Title we like food and we like drink and we don’t mind a bit of style Speaking of which, your humble correspondent ‘s mind goes back to Venice 17 years ago (my God, was it that long) I know it was 1999 because they were premiering Eyes Wide (more…)

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Interiors collection’s Tassie connection

Interiors collection’s Tassie connection

Soft options let you transform your high-rise home into a sunny summer hideaway By Charlie Adeline With summer just around the corner, it might be time to welcome it in to your apartment with a bright and breezy makeover more reminiscent of a holiday hideaway than an inner-city pad. One of (more…)

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Warming to thoughts of winter

Warming to thoughts of winter

Textures, shade and lighting can turn your cool pad into a warm retreat By Charlie Adeline As winter creeps in, it would be nice to think you could easily transform your apartment into a cosy haven that seems miles away from the cold and the grey. Thankfully, you don’t have (more…)

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United Interiors: Home is where the Art is

United Interiors: Home is where the Art is

United Interiors put Art at the heart of interior design by Jamie Thomson You don’t need to tell United Interiors founder Tony Romano that there is an art to decorating a stylish apartment. For him, art is the very heart of the matter, something he discovered when he set up (more…)

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Flatpack homes, Muji is making it happen

Flatpack homes, Muji is making it happen

After answering Australia’s calls for simple, no-nonsense furnishings, Japanese design store Muji are tackling the world of architecture. So, what’s the deal? Basically, Muji have created three flat-pack homes that can be bought and assembled by a team of trained builders. The catch: you’ll have to move to Japan. That’s (more…)

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Girls rooms … fit for your princess

Girls rooms … fit for your princess

Every little girl is entitled to dream. And parents can only do their best to make those dreams come true. We have scoured the internet to find pictures of the perfect rooms for your own little princess’ repose. From toddlers to tweens to teenagers, they all want their space to make (more…)

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New In: Take a Seat

New In: Take a Seat

Finding furniture that truly turns heads isn’t an easy task. Make a statement with these latest additions to Criteria’s collection of cutting-edge contemporary designs.   Indigo Sofa by Stephen Kenn Straight from their LA, this handmade piece features hand-dipped indigo dyed canvas from denim brand Simon Miller on a stunning (more…)

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Seven storage hacks your apartment needs

Seven storage hacks your apartment needs

If the thought of opening your cupboard doors sends your heart racing, here’s some tricks to get things back on track.    1. Turn your unused magazine holders into a mounted kitchen organiser.    2. Free up draw space by using temporary hooks to hang those miscellaneous utensils.    3. Clean out cluttered (more…)

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