Wednesday, 30 January 2008

March issue out now!

The lovely March issue made its appearance on shelves on Monday. Check it out - it's got some inspiring pics (I love the tree on the wall - might have to do one in Zak's room), great features such as buying property with friends or family and how to break your bad habits, and a 19-page special on kitchens and bathrooms including, in case you haven't seen enough of it already, my bathroom makeover!

Here is a sneak peek to get you started, and don't forget to check out the website for projects, recipes, ideas and a little look inside editor Deb's house. And feel free to let us know your thoughts.

Pretty March issue with bedrooms you won't want to leave in the morning

Meanwhile, our house's exterior is coming along nicely. The weatherboard is up and has made a huge difference. But thanks to the stinking hot weather on the weekend, my painter (hubby, Steve) only managed to get half of it painted. Bludger! I'm thinking of firing him - tradespeople huh?! haha

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LOVE that tree, I'm thinking of doing a medium sized painting on canvas of it and hanging it in the guest room... oh and I must agree the hanging copper lamp... GORGEOUS! bathroom looks fab as always. I wasn't a huge fan of "poker night" but maybe a few picnic hamper ideas may be a good idea for the march issue seeing as a lot of aussies will be getting out and about around easter. Great issue as always :)

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