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Double Tap: The House & Garden team's favourite Instagram posts of the week

Another week has gone by, and this is what the team at House & Garden SA has their eye on right now

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By Alyxandra Carolus | March 17, 2023 | Trends

For the next instalment in this ongoing series, the H&G team dug deep in their saved archives to share designs, people and interior pieces that inspire them. With so much design inspiration and limited characters, here are our favourite posts of the week. We hope it gives you all the inspo you need. For more local and international design, don’t forget to follow our Instagram account.

All the blooms

Adene's Farm Flowers in Wolseley is definitely on my bucket list of places to visit. Spending a morning among hydrangeas, peonies, dahlias and more sounds like heaven. - Lesley Mathys, Group Managing & Syndication Editor

Prints and delightful colour

I’m a big fan of collecting ceramic mugs and everything in between, and these quaint spoon rests are so fun to look at. Someone said these resemble ravioli and they really do! As much as I love pared-back design, colour and print really add joy to any space. - Alyx Carolus, Digital Editor

Bold shapes and shades

I stumbled across this artist, Ken Kelleher, and almost mistook his furniture pieces for AI creations. He designs a limited amount of furniture pieces and clothing items in the boldest colours and fabrics, and it was the obnoxious rainbow palette that drew me in. I love it when artists create truly one-of-a-kind pieces that embrace being loud and attention seeking in the best way possible. - Yashna Balwanth, Acting Editor-in-Chief

Age-old architecture meets modernity

Can Monges is a 200-year-old residence located on the Balearic Island of Mallorca, in Spain. Studio Ideo Arquitectura was in charge of the update, bringing this rural cottage back into the future. I love the muted tones and exposed wooden beams, as well as the tiling visible on the kitchen ceiling. This is where I would retire. - Walter Hayward, Managing & Syndication Editor

Homemade kitchen pleasures

My first memory of baking, was attempting to make French braided bread. I remember being so excited kneading the dough, feeling as it sticks to my fingers, the anticipation was so high to see how to would come out. This video inspired me to try it out again! - Vine Lucas, Digital Campaign Manager