Texture is an important element of interior design that is often forgotten.？Your Home and Garden magazine？teamed up with？two homeowners to demonstrate how to？create a chic， cosy interior using layers of lovely texture
Simon and Jude Woodward have spent the past two years respectfully renovating a rundown 1885 worker’s cottage in Hobsonville. The now-gorgeous home features beautiful textures which add warmth to the space， along with plenty of unadorned timber.accent pillow case baby canvas
After showing Simon some pictures of her ideal headboard on Pinterest one morning， Jude arrived home later that day to discover he’d made a beautiful bespoke version. Simon sourced the wood from a neighbour who has a pile of recycled timber in his yard. The batteredmonogram pillow cases， mismatched planks bring immediate warmth and texture to the space， grounding and framing the bed and exuding a cool industrial vibe.
Ready-made chunky blanket， $559， from Plump &； Co； Lawson throw， $129， from Freedom； Maze cushion (dark)， $145， from Indie Home Collective； Falun cushion， $139， from Country Road； Monmouth Glass Studio Twist lamp， $650， from Tessuti. All other items， homeowner’s own.
Styling by： Catherine Wilkinson and Shani Luckman. Photography by： Melanie Jenkins.
Well, we’re here to be the bearer of good news. You actually don’t need loads of cash to curate a space you’re proud of and that actually feels like home. The trick is to make the most of what you already own and what you do end up purchasing (because trust us, depriving yourself of everything you need and some stuff you want is no fun). Here, we’ve outlined five simple tips to get you decor savvy on a dime.
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