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Stylist Kara Rosenlund's Queensland home. From the June 2013 issue of Inside Out magazine. Styling by Megan Morton. Photography by Kara Rosenlund.

Incy Interiors & Megan Morton

Visit the Fenton & Fenton store for unique pieces, homewares, rugs and furniture.

Home decor

Photographer, stylist, antiques maven and all round inspiration, Kara Rosenlund rates right up there as our total style crush. She’s known as a master of vignettes with an eye for detail and a natural…

The kitchen has a crafted, textured look that is soft yet has the right mix of both feminine and masculine details.   **Joinery** painted in [Dulux](http://www.dulux.com.au/|target="_blank") Moorland. Travertine **flooring** from [Onsite Supply & Design](http://www.onsitesupply.com/|target="_blank").

Gallery – Feminine Sydney House Design

Welcome spring to your house with refreshing hues of pale, minty green and dusty pink. Browse our pick of the best homewares in these trending colours.

An old set of drawers holds papers. #office

Sydney creative Jessie James gives her beachside apartment the feminine touch with an all-white palette and pared back details.

Westgarth House

Kitchen and open dining area with stainless steel kitchen, Thonet Bistro chairs and George Nelson Bubble light. Photo – Eve Wilson, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Stylist Kara Rosenlund's Queensland home. From the June 2013 issue of Inside Out magazine. Styling by Megan Morton. Photography by Kara Rosenlund.

Stylist Karo Rosenlund's revived Queenslander reflects her innate sense for adding heart and soul to homes.

Robert Malherbe Oil on Linen - Back of nude Jan Murphy Gallery: Megan Morton Welcomes Winter To Her Home - Live With Us - Country Road

Megan Morton Welcomes Winter To Her Home - Live With Us by

How to enjoy your home during winter according to Megan Morton: Megan Morton, Stylist and Principal of The School shares what to love about winter.

// by Arent+Pyke. Image: Jason Busch. Styling: Megan Morton

Today we look back to the Harbour House, an Arent&Pyke project from some years ago. We like to feature our projects on In/Out not only to showcase our work but because they are often used as a reference point for exciting new projects. The Harbour.

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