My latest book Gypsy, has just launched in the US, and to celebrate, Canvas is throwing a launch party!
Please join us on May 6th, 6-8pm at 123 West 17th Street, New York.
I am working on my next stops for the Stylists Guide to the Globe – heading to Los Angeles for a few days at the end of April, with a quick stop off at Palm Springs.
If you have any suggestions of shops, museums, inns, hotels, restaurants, art, flea markets and other fun, please send your info our way – firstname.lastname@example.org
Creatures that walk & fly, and their various body parts; the reinterpretation of the houses they make; the bones they leave behind for us to find.
It can be antlers & trophies, birds nests, eggs & skulls, bones, feathers, quills 7 sea urchins and anything in-between.
Create a new picture in theme and #zoologie, #entomology & #bowerbird & tag @sibellacourt and I will choose a favourite to win a copy of Bowerbird.
Definition: Objet Trouve (French) means found object.
An ordinary object, found. A strand of sequins, a hand-stitched flower, threads & buttons. Things discovered, with pleasure in a long-abandoned attic or at the bottom of a beaded Opera purse; faded & frayed, pre-loved & glorious.
Create a new picture in theme and #objettrouve & tag @sibellacourt and I will choose a favourite to win a copy of Bowerbird.
Paper Runway has combined forces with The Atlantic in Byron Bay to host a weekend of creative conversations and workshops this May 15th-17th.
I will be hosting a Colour Box workshop on Friday 16th at 12 noon to share my tips on finding your own colour palette for your interiors.
For information about tickets, please contact Nikki at email@example.com or call 0422 158 356.
Two homes, actually: a rented house in Sydney’s Bondi, and The Society Inc – an old Paddington corner shop with a planted-out verge (with herbs and lemon and olive trees) and a rooftop garden.
WHO LIVES HERE
Interior stylist Sibella Court, her partner, Ben Harper, and her baby, Silver. “A pig named Wilbur once lived with us, but he moved on to greener pastures.”
WHAT I DID
“When I bought the shop in 2009, I ripped out every thing and rewired, painted and sanded to start with a blank canvas. At Bondi, my private quarters – a series of small rooms with a verandah on the first level – are separated from my living and entertaining quarters on the ground level.”
“At Bondi, I have a walk-in room for my clothes, with a giant French painter’s ladder and my mother’s chaise lounge that I had reupholstered with painter’s drop cloths hand-dyed by Shibori in Stanmore, Sydney.”
“We love the beach at Bondi. We’re on the quiet side of Paddo – wide streets, big trees and lots of parking.”
The shop will be moving and the Paddington store will be transformed into a boutique hotel.
Vases filled with flowers and foliage (especially oversized) and anything with fruit on the branch.