Home Beautiful Magazine Feature

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Welcome to Gallerie B’s first blogpost for 2018! It has been a while between posts but there has been a lot of exciting things happening in the past couple of months.

My biggest news is that the Home Beautiful magazine feature of my home has finally been published in the current March edition. A huge thank you to everyone for their kind words and response to the article.

I have had to be patient, as the photoshoot happened last March. The incredible duo of stylist Julia Green from Greenhouse Interiors and photographer Armelle Habib spent the entire day arranging flowers, moving furniture, opening and closing windows, making and re-making beds to capture the perfect shot.

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It seemed there were no lengths they wouldn’t take to get it!

The images that didn't make the Home Beautiful magazine feature

By the end of the day, there were 46 images that were presented to Home Beautiful but not all of them were featured.

I thought I would share the ones that didn’t make the cut.

Sitting Room:

The other view featuring the cocktail cabinet, custom armchairs and ottoman.

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A closer detail of the mantel and wallpaper, yes it is vinyl!

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Study:

This is where I run my Interiors business. There is a lot of blue and grey in the house so I used the opportunity to introduce a green grasscloth wallpaper. It still works with the general tones of the house and is a colour that I have always loved.

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Hallway:

This is the view from the front door. I can’t believe how obedient our dog Harry was, Julia had him under her spell!

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Kitchen:

This is a different angle showing the Roman Blind. I love including soft furnishings in a space that typically features hard finishes.

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Kitchen detail close up.

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I designed this nook in the floor plans to accommodate the bone inlay dresser.

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Miss 10’s Bedroom:

Her request was for a “mint and raspberry” coloured room. The walls are painted a soft mint green and offset with deep pink furnishings (including one of my favourite things, her leopard print bedhead).

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The Girls’ Bathroom:

This space was decorated with these bone inlay mirrors in mind.The images that didn't make the Home Beautiful magazine feature

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Outdoor Space:

The weather was actually terrible, cloudy and raining! Armelle worked her magic with some editing and the pool actually looks inviting.

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And for those who haven’t seen it, here is the spread.

I have also had a slight re-branding to Gallerie B Interiors and website update. Check it out if you get a chance (Gallerie B Interiors). If you would like to receive further blogposts featuring what I am working on and Interior Design and Decorating tips you can subscribe (here).

Thanks again for your support.

Belinda XO

 

9 Responses to "Home Beautiful Magazine Feature"
  1. Hi Belinda! Your home is just stunning! Your attention to detail makes it flow so well. I was wondering if you kitchen bar stools are the Xavier Furniture ones, and could you tell me the price range please?

    • Hi Jess, Thanks so much. Yes they are the Xavier Furniture ones. The price of these varies dependent on the fabric on the seat. If you have a fabric in mind, feel free to email me and I can give you more details ([email protected]). x

  2. There is nothing like seeing someone’s home who you have followed for so long be featured in Australia’s preeminent home style magazine – Home Beautiful. Well done Belinda, an accolade well and truly deserved. Thank you for sharing your home, your journey, and so generously sharing your suppliers and details along the way. We all owe a lot to you for helping us along our own journeys. Cheers, Jo

  3. Can you tell me what tile you used for the kitchen backsplash. and where it can be purchased. It is really pretty.

  4. Hi Belinda, your home is stunning! Just wondering what you decided to go with for kitchen bench tops?Did you go for a smart stone or the natural stone?

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