Highlights from the Autumn 2017 issue

It's set to be pretty darn gorgeous season (if we do say so ourselves!)

 

Get ready to race to the shops on Monday, February 6th, dear readers, as that’s the day our Autumn 2017 issue officially hits the shelves!Queensland Homes Autumn 2017We kept ourselves crazy busy towards the end of last year getting this issue ready so we could really kick start the new year with a bang! As our editor, Natalie Bannister says, “It’s a sense of renewal that hopefully carries through the rest of 2017. And if the interior trends we’ve covered this issue are anything to go by, it’s a year that calls us to embrace our self-expression, and I say a big yes to that!”

We have some stunning homes to show you, including two beautiful old Queenslanders that have been lovingly transformed by their respective dwellers into comfortable, modern family homes. Which is perfect timing, as we also have a great renovating guide this issue, with expert tips, tricks and advice for would-be renovators thinking of transforming their own dream Queenslander.

And then there’s our front cover home. One word: divine! Located just a short drive across the Queensland border, it boasts gorgeous global-inspired spaces and a modern exotic style by talented interior designer Melinda Boundy from Melinda Boundy Designs.

Talented Queensland creative Adam Harrington from Gone to Sea also invites us inside his world of vintage-style polaroid surf photography, and we uncover the hottest decor and design trends you need to know about in 2017. It’s a bumper issue, and we hope you love it as much as we do!

Pen Y llechwedd
Ipswich’s beautiful old Pen Y Llechwedd. Photo: Hannah Puechmarin / Styling: Rachael Honner
Toowong Queenslander
A renovated Toowong beauty. Photo: Elouise Van Riet-Gray / Styling: Lana Caves
Melinda Boundy Designs
A modern global-inspired interior design by Melinda Boundy. Photo: Steve Ryan, Rix Ryan Photography
Collins Interiors
Interior designer Marilo Collins transforms her own family home. Photo: John Downs
Pampa and Pop & Scott Byron Bay showroom
The Trove: Pampa and pop and Scott’s new showroom, and other great design finds.
Design Pilgrim Lightyears
Design Pilgrim: international design stars. Photo: Lightyears.
Arro Home
Trends 2017: All the hottest looks you need to know about. Photo: Arro Home.

Be sure to grab your copy of the Autumn 2017 issue of Queensland Homes magazine, out February 6th, 2017.