|Stylist Vanessa Colyer Tay | Photo Sam McAdam-Cooper|
Matilda Duffecy, Social and Senior Editor of Inside Out Magazine is back this month with a fun sneak peek of their Feburary issue (out this Thursday) and what looks like to be a cracker! As Matilda tells us, "Lots of colour and bright spaces full of fantastic ideas and interior inspiration. It's also our "expert issue" so it's brimming with targeted home advice for everything from sustainability, to joinery, to paint!" Let's dive in!
(Above) "A fantastic styled feature is what we've called "nail-free decorating". Stylist Vanessa Colyer Tay – who used to be our style editor – has created a stunning feature packed full of ideas that won't leave a mark on your home. It's full of inspiration and tips for renters and those who aren't quite in their forever home. Photographer Sam McAdam-Cooper captured the shoot really beautifully.
Below, I've included our Best Buys sculptural vases image. Our clever market editor Joseph Gardner was so en pointe with this lovely composition – so suave. Craig Wall is the photographer."
|Photo | Craig Wall|
|Styling by Marsha Golemac and photography by Brooke Holm.|
A complete garden project by Matthew Hook and Trystan Graham of Outdoor Establishments (outdoorestablishments.com) shares a wealth of inspiration to take to your own garden, plus that pool zone is very tempting. Photography is by Natalie Hunfalvay.
|Photography is by Natalie Hunfalvay|
To welcome the new year, we thought we'd help our folks get organised and excited for lunching "al-desko" with our food feature. It offers four delish lunches you'll love to pack. The styling is by Joseph Gardner, food styling by Justine Poole and photography by Jeremy Simons.
We are so proud of our cover this month. It features the gorgeous home of fashion designer Arabella Ramsay and the house itself is really something! Styling by Julia Green and Noël Coughlan. Photography by Armelle Habib.
Thank you Matilda - looks stunning! The February '16 issue of Inside Out Magazine is out Thursday and is available at newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Google Play, iTunes & Nook.