Store The New Footwear Assortment By Twoobs X Cungelella Artwork!

It felt like an extended shot when Glenda McCulloch, founding father of Cungelella Artwork, reached out to footwear label Twoobs in January 2020 with a proposal to collaborate. 

‘I simply thought I’d ship them a message on Instagram and mentioned, in the event you’re ever eager about collaborating and creating an Aboriginal print, let me know,’ recollects Glenda. ‘Jess and Stef then messaged me again and took me up on the provide!’

For Twoobs founders Jess and Stef Dadon, the timing and alternative was good. ‘We had been looking out for an artist to group up with following large demand for our earlier print collaborations, and it felt so proper to associate with an artist whose work honours the land that we stay and work on, and celebrates our First Nations Individuals,’ they are saying. 

‘We fell in love with Glenda’s up to date tackle conventional Indigenous Australian artwork,

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A Soothing, Autumnal Room Transformation From Dulux + Win 50L of Paint, With Ceramics From Makers’ Mrkt!

After the yr of YEARS in 2020, it appears practically everybody on the planet is craving for a way of calm – and Dulux’s new ‘Nourish’ palette is strictly what the physician ordered!

‘These colors are like a delicate hug – heat, comforting and grounding,’ says Dulux Color and Communications Supervisor, Andrea Lucena-Orr. ‘There’s a lightness and optimism to the palette that speaks of higher occasions forward.’ She’s speaking golden buff, earthy ochre and muted olive inexperienced – excellent for matching with uncooked, pure finishes and honey-coloured timbers.

Along with Dulux, stylist Bree Leech launched into a straightforward, economical makeover of the residing area on this conventional household residence, to uplift and re-energise the area, utilizing a combination of tones from the Dulux Color Forecast 2021 to intensify present furnishings items, interval particulars and putting artworks.

Bree began with a layer of natural-toned ‘Buff It’ on the partitions, whereas the

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An Off The Grid Cabin In The Coronary heart Of Tweed Hinterland

If there’s something that feels interesting after a 12 months of journey restrictions and concrete confinement, it’s a tiny, off-grid eco cabin on 100 acres of untamed bushland.

However the house owners of Heartwood Cabin didn’t want a world pandemic to reach at that conclusion, buying this property within the hinterland behind Tweed Heads in 2017.

‘The plan was to construct a retreat from metropolis life, whereas we made the sluggish transition to residing right here full time,’ says proprietor, Cameron Gough. ‘That transition ended up occurring loads faster than we thought, so we had been then capable of share Heartwood with people who dreamed of their very own nation retreat just some months after the construct was accomplished.’

The design was impressed by the heavenly native panorama encasing the steep website. Cantilevered out over a ridge, the entrance home windows create a panorama over the undulating valley and views

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Amazingly Colourful Abstract Art By Amalia Keefer

Visionary modernist painter, Georgia O’Keeffe famously said, ‘I found I could say things with colour and shapes that I couldn’t say in any other way.’ The relationships O’Keeffe could manifest from colour, line and movement were more expressive than what she could articulate in words, and once you see it on the canvas, her visual language makes sense.

Queensland-based artist Amalia Keefer has more than a similar-sounding last name to O’Keeffe. Amalia’s intuitive way with colour is also the basis for her painting practice, one that is in its early stages, unshackled by formal training.

‘I wanted to push myself creatively, but found the art world to be quite intimidating and overwhelming,’ the artist says on the pressure to pursue a creative career straight out of high school. ‘I just liked to make art as a form of self expression and meditation, without thinking too deeply about the

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An Architect’s Breathtaking Beach House, Renovated Over 20 Years

St Andrews Beach on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula has changed a lot since 1999, as evidenced in the home of Nik Karalis, CEO of global architecture practice Woods Bagot.

‘Many of the surrounding homes on the Peninsula in 1999 were simple beach shacks,’ explains the architect. ‘At that time, the enveloping sand dunes had not been fully stabilised, and there was only minimal vegetation.’

Back then, Nik’s home consisted of only two simple timber containers – the west for living and the east for sleeping – connected by a ramp link. 

Initial renovations focused on opening up the home to the outdoors. ‘The main beach-facing facade was as transparent as we could make it to allow a sense of connection to the landscape, which was accessed by an enormous set of steps down leading to the beach path,’ Nik says. 

The house has evolved across two additional stages since, including

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This Architecturally Designed Dream Home + Lush Garden In Blairgowrie Is On The Market!

This spectacular four-bedroom, single-level home is the ultimate beachside retreat in Blairgowrie. Its current owner, landscape architect Nathan Burkett, was first attracted to the property thanks to its unbeatable location on a quiet street, walkable to both the front and back beach, as well as the local shopping strip.

Nathan worked with Dan Webster of Webster Architecture to envision a new home and garden where ‘neither took greater priority, but work in perfect harmony together’, he explains. The exterior of the home is clad in charred eco timber, an understated material that creates a striking design feature and also allows the home to sit comfortably within its natural surroundings, emerging peacefully from the coastal landscape.

Inside, pitched ceilings soar over the main living area and create an expansive sense of volume. Interior design darling Simone Haag was brought on board to add her signature layered, textural style to the

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