ES­CAPE & co­coon

Australian House & Garden - - Decorating - Vanessa Holden Founder, Soul Sa­fari

Hu­man-scale nooks and hide­aways to re­treat to are an an­ti­dote to our in­creas­ingly frag­mented day to day. Think in­ti­mate havens that feel co­coon­ing, en­velop­ing, de­signed for one (or two); a pri­vate place to check out from the hus­tle and bus­tle and tune in to our thoughts and senses. Free­stand­ing shelves and plants are im­por­tant as small space di­viders.

Sage x Clare cush­ions, Green­house In­te­ri­ors. Clock­wise from top left Mug and plate, The Shel­ley Pan­ton Store. Swing-rest hang­ing lounger by Daniel Pouzet for De­don. Re­lax­ation nook in a Syd­ney home. Eli­tis Raf­fia & Mada­gas­car col­lec­tion Cuba Li­bre wall­pa­per,

Seneca Tex­tiles. Ban­quette with stor­age for lazy hours; framed sem­a­phore flag. It’s Com­pli­cated cush­ion by Jes­sica Zoob. >

Cre­at­ing a com­fort­able es­cape is an an­ti­dote to all the in­for­ma­tion we are pro­cess­ing dur­ing the day.

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