Australian House & Garden - - Decorating - Kate Nixon In­te­ri­ors ed­i­tor, Aus­tralian House & Gar­den

Con­nect­ed­ness to the land­scape is ever-im­por­tant to Aus­tralians and as we move into cooler months, warmer el­e­ments like primer red, berry and rust re­place the coastal hues of sum­mer. Ma­te­ri­als are nat­u­ral lean­ing, and there are more curves ahead.

Rain Shadow Light 3 pen­dant light, Ax­olotl. Clock­wise from top left AG x Cult Aran sofa in Verona Leather in Nut­meg, Cult. Kon­stantin Gr­cic for Magis Tom and Jerry stool, Cult. Palomino Amer­i­can oak lamp table with mar­ble top by Wil­helmina McCar­roll, Zuster. Bris­bane home by Kieron Gait Ar­chi­tects. Arne Ja­cob­sen for Fritz Hansen limited-edi­tion Se­ries 7 chair with rose-gold fin­ish, Cult. Stringi ce­ram­ics by Da­mon Moo, Jam-Fac­tory. Char­lot­ten­borg chair by Arne Ja­cob­sen, Domo.

Com­bine richer tones with blonde wood for a warm – but not heavy – in­te­rior.

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