When it comes to the architectural features of a home, “Using a crisp white such as Greyology 1 accentuates the features of the home while keeping the palette simple. Alternative colours to consider are Wood Grey for the weatherboards and Modesty White for the trims and features,” said Wendy.

Using a crisp white such as Greyology 1 accentuates the features of the home. Alternative colours to consider are Wood Grey for the weatherboards and Modesty White for the trims and features,”

Why I love a weatherboard house - the classic shadow line created by weatherboards make these houses so much more receptive to colour than a one dimensional rendered surface, ensuring they are a designer's dream.

Why I love a weatherboard home

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Harmony cottage simple wrap-around veranda. From "The Southern Cottage" by Susan Sully. Could be in backyard to unite lanais.

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Historic courthouse renovation mixes old & new

We're loving the dark hues in this month's cover story. Click the link in our bio for a peek inside, or pick up a copy of our November issue, in newsagents and supermarkets now.

Country Style Magazine. Tired of hiding your beautiful things in cupboards? Here are some beautiful ways to put them on display. Photography Alicia Taylor, styling Tessa Kavanagh. ‪#‎countrystylemag‬ #storage #storageidea

Tired of hiding your beautiful things in cupboards? Here are some beautiful ways to put them on display.

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Trelawney Farm - Located in the heart of the Mudgee wine trail, a few hours west of Sydney, this 150 year old colonial farmhouse will have you dreaming of kicking back by the fire, listening to the birds out on the verandah, and itching to bathe in the outdoor claw foot bath.

Trelawney Farm - Located in the heart of the Mudgee wine trail, a few hours west of Sydney. 150 year old colonial farmhouse

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