The world of interior styling is nowhere near as glamorous as one might think, but that doesn't mean that it's not worth all the blood, sweat and tears that go into a shoot. If you've ever wondered what it's really like to work as an interior stylist, here's the lowdown (with bonus tips included on how to become one).
It’s safe to say that Mr Jason Grant is taking over the world. Not only is the stylist and author one of the most popular creatives in the country, but his recent candle collaboration with the Palm Beach Collection allows him to add product designer to his CV, too.
These industry movers and shakers spend their days immersed in styling, homewares, magazines and interiors, but what are they doing regarding to their own festive celebrations? I caught up with these six style makers to get their take on the silly season and have them share some Christmas styling ideas of their own.
It's safe to say that Mr Jason Grant has played an integral part in Aussie styling for years. Having worked with the likes of Inside Out, Real Living, Freedom, Murobond and a host of other Aussie brands, he now adds author to his CV with his latest book release A Place Called Home. I caught up with this stylist extraordinaire to talk about his own home, his new paint range and how he rose to fame.
I was eagerly awaiting the launch of A Place Called Home by Sydney stylist Mr Jason Grant for quite a while - and for many reasons. Firstly, how refreshing to see a home decor book my a male! Secondly, I had seen the front cover of the book splashed over social media and it alone had spoken to me (I have that storage box, I love decorating with red and I adore using pegs to display photos!) Lastly, he's uniquely Australian; what's not to love about a local lad whose spent years working with popular magazines, now releasing a book that chronicles his favourite things?