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DAILY IMPRINT

INTERVIEW | MICHAELE SIMMERING







Michaele Simmering and her husband Johannes Pauwen of Kalon Studioswere always making things for their home - from door pulls to tables. “There has always been a lot of willing effort to invest our time and energy in our home environment,” she says. Part of the reason was that they were quite picky about the pieces they wanted in their home, and another was that they struggled to find items that...

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | GORROW HOUSE BY MARIKA JARV






It has been almost 10 years since architect Marika Jarv designed the interiors of Gorrow House in Bondi. Yet they still stand strong and are a testament to her astute eye. As has been the case with a few of Marika’s projects over the years - she predated a trend. She was one half of PrintDollsthat created destination bus scrolls before they were endlessly copied. And here she created a bathroom...

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INTERVIEW | EMILIE DELALANDE







Sydney-based interior designer Emilie Delalande managed quite a coup for the first major interior project under the banner of her new studio, Studio Etic. She was given the opportunity to create the design for fashion designer Lee Mathews’ latest store in Armadale, Victoria. However, while her studio was new, Emilie had plenty of experience to draw upon. After moving to Australia from Paris in...

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TRAVEL NOTES | PORT FAIRY DRIFT HOUSE • COLLEEN GUINEY







Colleen Guiney and John Watkinson of Drift House Port Fairyhad a slow-burning dream. It started when they were 21 and wanting to earn money to travel the world. At the time John’s parents ran a B&B in the Yorkshire Dales in England and the couple took over the job as a way to fund some new adventures. “We just thought it was a lovely life and we could do something like this,” Colleen says. “It...

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THE EDIT | KIM FICARO







Kim Ficaro is a New York-based stylist who regularly creates shoots for the likes of Anthropologie and West Elm. She is also the author of The Inspired Home and is about to launch a new homewares collection, Totem.

Read her original interview on Daily Imprint.

Here are some of Kim's favourite things at home.


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Coffee La calombe
Tea Dried hibiscus flowers from markets in Mexico.
Treat Chocolate
Ski...

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | BELLEVUE HILL RESIDENCE BY TOM MARK HENRY







Award-winning Sydney-based interior design practice TomMarkHenry comprise Chloe Matters, Jade Nottage and Cushla McFadden.

Today they are sharing an insight into the interiors they created for a residence in Bellevue Hill. The homeowners wanted to modernise an Art Deco apartment while still retaining character features.

You can read more about TomMarkHenry in their original Daily Imprint interview.

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TRAVEL NOTES | THE COTTAGE, KANGAROO VALLEY • LISA MADIGAN







It’s about 10 years since Lisa Madigan and her husband found a small cottage in Kangaroo Valley, a lush green area about two hours’ drive south of Sydney. The 1880s house had originally been built for The Kangaroo Valley Times and when the couple came across the place, they packed up their life in Sydney and moved to the country. 

“We instantly fell in love with The Cottagewhen we first laid eyes...

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THE EDIT | MAXINE SMITH








Today Maxine Smith, founder of Barefoot Gypsy, shares some of her favourite things at home.

Read her Daily Imprint interview here.

Barefoot Gypsy is one of the makers that has been selected as part of the Imprint House launch collection.

The company, based on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, is exhibiting at Life Instyle Melbourne, 4-7 August. Registernow to attend this trade only event at the...

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INTERIOR INSIGHT | DECO HOUSE BY AMBER ROAD DESIGN







Yasmine Ghoniem is a Sydney-based interior designer and director at Amber Road Design.

Read her Daily Imprint interview with her sister and co-director, Katy Svalbe, here.

Yasmine talks us through the design process for a house she worked on in Melbourne recently, the Deco House.

What was the starting point?The existing house was built in the 1930s, with an incredibly sweet heritage listed Art Deco...

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TRAVEL NOTES | THE COTTAGE, BYRON BAY • TALIAH LOWRY

 



Taliah Lowry was about to buy a property in the hills overlooking Byron Bay but changed her mind when she spied three funnel web spiders in the pool. As luck would have it, a few days later she found an original fisherman's cottage closer to town and the beach. The place had everything she was looking for, and soon transformed it into a character-filled home for her family of five.

However, Taliah...

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