Last night I was lucky enough to attend the launch of Interior Design doyenne Meryl Hare’s new book Texture Colour Comfort, written in conjunction with David Clark, ex Editor in Chief of Vogue Living magazine.

Held at Fanuli’s recently refurbished Cremorne showroom, the launch was a Who’s Who of the Australian Interior Design industry and was hosted by Belle Magazine editor in chief Neale Whitaker.

Meryl Hare and her practise Hare & Klein have long been a guiding light in my own interior design journey. She was a judge in my final year at Enmore Design College as I completed my Advanced Diploma of Interior Design. Her aesthetic and style have always resonated with me – highly textural, honest apprroachable, elegant and comfortable – not to mention that she loves to incorporate Aboriginal artworks into her design schemes.

The book, Hare + Klein Texture Colour Comfort is an explosion of colour, texture and seemingly effortless interiors, that encapsulate a uniquely relaxed, casual, sunny Australian attitude to easy living. Congratulations Meryl and David for so beautifully translating your passion and energy into this stunning book.