Sneak Peek! Inside Out Magazine | October

Styling by Jane Frosh. Photography by Phu Tang
 Inside Out Magazine's next issue (October '15) comes out this Thursday, and we're always excited to see what's in store!  Managing Editor, Lee Tran Lam gives us a sneak peek:

There's the lovely home of owners Jamie and Matt Walsh – which has gone through 13 years of updates and renovation work! One of the many changes they made was an extension and as the owner Jamie says, the timing of the work was pretty intense. "Building the extension was a little crazy – we had two small children and baby number three on the way with only half a house. I cooked outside on the barbecue and washed up in the small bathroom sink!" Styling by Jane Frosh. Photography by Phu Tang.

Styling by Jane Frosh. Photography by Phu Tang
Styling by Jane Frosh. Photography by Phu Tang
One of the most amazing homes in our October issue belongs to Petra Janssen and Edwin Vollebergh, who run Studio Boot. A 21-metre display unit (!) created with the help of Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek is just one of many fascinating and unique features in their house (which used to be an old car workshop). In the kitchen, there's even an old school bell that they ring to tell their sons dinner is ready! Styling by Studio Boot. Photography by Jean-Marc Wullschleger/Living Agency.

Styling by Studio Boot. Photography by Jean-Marc Wullschleger/Living Agency

Styling by Studio Boot. Photography by Jean-Marc Wullschleger/Living Agency

Styling by Studio Boot. Photography by Jean-Marc Wullschleger/Living Agency
And our cover story is on the weekend home of interior designer Suzanne Cunningham, who runs One Girl Interiors. The inspiration for the home's style comes from the line from 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' – "Where troubles melt like lemon drops" – which Tamara Maynes has even crafted into an embroidery piece, as you can see! Styling by Jacqui Moore. Photography by Eve Wilson.




Thank you Lee Tran! The October issue of Inside Out Magazine is out Thursday and is available at newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Google Play, iTunes & Nook.

Jan Halvarson

2 comments:

Anna of The Analog House said...

What a great house! I love the eclectic mix of styles in the living area, and that kitchen is gorgeous! Thanks for the eye candy!

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jessica rose said...

Is this magazine sold in the UK?

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