Sneak Peek | Inside Out Magazine - April Issue

Styling Julia Green | Photography Armelle Habib

The April issue of Inside Out Magazine comes out Monday (March 24th) and we're already oogling over what is their Colour Issue, filled with heaps of colourful style ideas and fun crafty projects to fool the Easter Bunny!  Lee Tran Lam, Managing Editor sent over a few tear sheets today for a bit of a sneak peek on what's to come!   Above and three images directly below: In their cover story Lee Tran tells us " (it's actually a double-cover-story – enjoying playing 'Spot The Difference' between the two!), stylist Julia Green reinvents the same rooms (a living room and bedroom) with new coats of colour and some sprightly furniture rearranging. It's a bright reminder of how much a different palette can recharge a room". Photography by Armelle Habib.

Styling Julia Green | Photography Armelle Habib

Styling Julia Green | Photography Armelle Habib

Styling Julia Green | Photography Armelle Habib

Some fun green for their story on spindle-back chairs. Styling by Joseph Gardner. Photography by Craig Wall.

And a colourful story from Sweden (below two images). Lee Tran tells us, "This belongs to photographer and illustrator Jenny Brandt. I love her mountain-shaped zig zags of pink and white on her walls and floors. And the unapologetic use of purple in the home (check out that dining table!) is pretty amazing, too. (Jenny's dad actually  is responsible for painting the table that electric shade of purple.) Styling by Kicki Wieslander and photography by Jenny Brandt.

The Inside Out April issue is out Monday at newsagents or digitally via Zinio, Google Play, iTunes & Nook.

Jan Halvarson


Kristin Fleming said...

Love these interiors! Especially the one with the big map on the wall.

m.a.tateishi said...

These room colours look amazing! I can't tell from their site, but can you buy this magazine anywhere in Vancouver? Or will I have to get a friend in Oz to buy it for me?

Kiri said...

It's been almost 2 years since last comment but I wondered if anyone knows the art on the 3rd photo from the top is from with grey, blue and orange colors.