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Texture is an important element of interior design that is often forgotten. Your Home and Garden magazine teamed up with two homeowners to show how you can create a chic， cosy interior using layers of lovely texture
Simon and Jude Woodward have spent the past two years respectfully renovating a rundown 1885 worker’s cottage in Hobsonville. The now-gorgeous home features beautiful textures which add warmth to the space， along with plenty of unadorned timber.personalized grandpa gifts
Simon made the coffee table (pictured above) out of jarrah railway sleepers， protected with a high-gloss lacquer finish. The wood’s beautiful knotspersonalized baby blankets， nail holes and weathering echo the home’s long history. Simon and Jude love displaying collections of books and treasured items on coffee tables and furniture， so their home looks unique and tells a personal story about them.
Vintage Tatari runner (top picture)， $280， from Siggada Kilims； white linen curtain， POA， and grey-blue curtain， POA， both from Freedom； Diamond Weave chair， $625， from Indie Home Collective； Petje cushion (bottom picture)， $89.90， from Country Road； plant and planter from The Botanist. All other items， home owners own.
Styling by： Catherine Wilkinson and Shani Luckman. Photography by： Melanie Jenkins.
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