Wednesday 26 January 2011

once a swag of jolly bloggers…

For Australia Day I thought I’d share my favourite Aussie blogs!

Australians all let us rejoice,

For we are young and free

We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil

Our home is girt by sea

Our land abounds in nature’s gifts

Of beauty rich and rare

My favourite Australian bloggers ::

  • the bowerbird stories ~ Kristina from {oldyarns} has created this blog of  poetic words and images. It is a place for finding beauty, traveling lightly & living simply. scribbled notes of adventures in the {oldyarns} workroom, vintage finds, our wanders & longings. please stay for a bit.
  • Mre Press ~ Clare Press has created this blog under the same name as her clothing label. She writes, lots about fashion and occasionally about so-called serious things. In another life she would live in a villa in Florence, travel with her maid and order hats from Reboux. In this one, she owns a Blackberry that’s languished, neglected, in its box for over a year.
  • instinct & grace {Paper Boat Press} ~ Kylie Johnson is an australian artist…designer… potter… poet…something or other…. Her blog is a space is for images and rambling words about . . .share news of my work, the studio i work in, the people i share my days with, and of those who inspire me here and there . . .
  • Pia Jane Bijkerk ~ enhance the everyday with this inspirational author and photographer.
  • Concrete & Honey ~ a very pretty blog of all things beautiful: people, objects, interiors & food. A love of Paris, colour, design, words and most of all, white, all with shared inspirations & creations. And her food blog Urban Nectar is divine too!
  • Lace & tea ~ Amanda has created a blog that is dedicated to luxurious fashion, wonderful decor and unique architecture.
  • Desire to Inspire ~A Canadian and an Australian Trying to Inspire the World One Room at a Time… Kim and Jo have never met but there is a bond between them that is so strong that it can cross half the world and back again. You see Kim and Jo are interior design junkies. They met on Flickr, shared images they had bookmarked and well that was that. Desire to Inspire was born.
  • Nostalgia and now ~ A Brisbane blogger who loves everything old and dripping with history. She’s drawn to things that tell a story, create an emotion or arouse a fond memory. Seeking that feeling of nostalgia, of a yesteryear only past lives have experienced and translate it into life – now.
  • Shannon Frick ~ celebrity interior stylist, decorator, writer and mother of two lovely children. She lives on a farm close to Byron Bay. ‘I love hanging out at home – in fact my life ambition is to spend as much time at home as possible and so I have created a career that gives me an excuse to do just that! I spend a lot of my time at home writing – my column for Inside Out magazine plus my sense of style interior books.’
  • Absolutely beautiful thingsAnna Spiro is an Interior Designer in Brisbane and started her blog as a record of all the beautiful things that inspire her and also as a record of work and displays have created in her shop Black & Spiro.
  • Not Quite Nigella ~ Lorraine Elliott, a cake and food enthusiast who believes that cakes belong in an art gallery. Born and raised in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, she lives with her food-apathetic husband who takes most of the restaurant photos for her blog whilst she takes all the still photos of the food that she cooks.
  • perpetual-one ~ Georgina’s blog. ‘i love designs that are simple, smart and a little bit quirky. i like being different. i like things with a story, a style and a quality that is difficult to copy. perpetual reflects the one source of a love that lasts for always.’
  • feffakookanA Brisbane based ceramicist, Mel Robson writes a blog about her inspirations and gorgeous ceramics.
  • The Design Files ~ a daily design blog written by Melbourne set dresser / stylist Lucy Feagins. The Design Files started up in early 2008 and has snowballed somewhat haphazardly into one of the world’s Top 50 design blogs.
  • Behind Ballet ~ the blog of The Australian Ballet. Looking at dance through the prism of fashion, music, art and literature, it unravels the stories behind AB productions and ballet’s juicy past to find the new in the old and the old in the new.

 

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