habitat magazine, issue 25
Thinking of building, renovating or redecorating? Sit back, relax and enjoy all the projects and inspiration from habitat magazine!
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Colour is an element that’s best seen in company, and nothing exemplifies that more than our stunning cover... more
Use washed pastels for a dreamy vibe. It’s easy to defer to sea and sand tones when decorating a beachy bedroom... more
Entertain with hot tropical colour. Add sizzle to your outdoor dining with saturated fiery shades of orange, ochre and yellow... more
Get the fish scale look. Fresh from the beach, what better way to wash off the salt and sand than in this fish-scale outdoor shower?... more
New products and ideas for the home... view PDF
The new fashion collection of colours from Resene answers our desire for complex colours and weathered hues... more
Julie Stuart’s clever kits give our DIY aspirations a nudge... more
A replica villa lets its owners blend old and new with a dreamy colour palette... more
This year’s winners in the Resene Total Colour Awards show spirited approaches to residential colour use... more
Textures help create the mood and ambiance in a space, and invites you to touch and feel,... more
Peeks of cheeky yellow against a backdrop of white transport this kitchen beyond the norm... more
The couple were keen to extend their existing neutral palette into the new kitchen... more
This stunning triangle wall is easier to achieve than it looks, although the trick is in the colour selection... more
Three stunning bathrooms are meticulously created. Many great colour schemes have been inspired by a... more
It all began with three cushions. Innocent accessories that sparked a colour adventure... more
From clouds to Minecraft and a cute night light, try these ideas for your kids... more
House exteriors from the 1950s to more recent times can be tricky to update... more
Behind Juliet Nicholas and Ken McAnergney’s house lies a garden that keeps the inhabitants fed... more
Lacking space? This vertical vege garden could be the answer... more
Lighting designer David Trubridge has had global success with his stunning creations... more
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From issue 8 onwards, copies flow wrapped and sent to Resene Cardholders are flow wrapped in environmentally responsible material from epi-global. This product when discarded in soil in the presence of microorganisms, moisture and oxygen will biodegrade decomposing into simple materials found in nature, as described in ASTM D6954-04.