habitat magazine, issue 39
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habitat magazine issue 39
Taking the reins of such a beloved publication was never going to be a simple gear change... more
Embrace the ocean’s palette to lift your mood and energise your home... more
New products and ideas for the home... more
Create your own wellness space that can quickly transform into a tranquil office... more
Resene Bismark transforms this home, complementing its 1970s aesthetic and wrapping it in a warm hug... more
Colour and creativity elevate storage solutions. Turn mundane practical room features into lively talking points... more
Get creative with your feature wall. A simple way to experiment with a bolder design aesthetic in your interiors... more
Take two home exteriors from different eras and enhance and modernise them while staying true to their roots and surroundings... more
Painting your fence to get it summer ready need not be a tiresome task... more
Bold colour palettes and artistic flair have revived two different poolside retreats... more
With many choosing to shift to the country away from the hustle and bustle of busy city lives, our interior style choices are increasingly reflecting a more relaxed way of life... more
When Matt Peacock created Tides Out Maps, he was creating a business from a deep love of the ocean... more
This Kingsland kitchen perfectly balances classic and modern villa styles... more
A classic Wellington kitchen gets a taste of modern colour... more
We all love a home that maximises comfort and style, but why not add green values at its heart too?... more
A beautiful palette of Resene Whites & Neutrals turn a rambling rural property into a sophisticated home... more
Quick ideas to refresh and revive your bathroom... more
Craft a chalkboard for any occasion, inside or out... more
Looking for a creative way to inject colour and pattern? Consider the artistic merits of Resene wallpaper... more
Our collective taste in neutrals is evolving, and our confidence in colour is growing too... more
With the world’s borders open, many of us are dreaming about getting back into travel, taking those longed-for adventurous journeys... more
For landscape designer Zöe Carafice, developing a garden on a small plot in Auckland’s Grey Lynn was a passion project... more
The life cycle of your paint and pails... more
Repurposing a stained glass eden window makes all the difference to this DIY mini glasshouse... more
Interior designer Shelley Ferguson has been keeping busy designing beautiful homes and creating a handy The Interior Edit tool to help budding homeowners bring their unique vision to life with the help of Resene paints... more
habitat is printed on environmentally responsible paper using environmentally responsible ink.
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.