SHOP THEIR STYLE
1 Mirror, $269, from Green With Envy. 2 Semi pendant by Gubi, $935, from North of Here. 3 Large jade succulent faux plant,
$79.99,from Shut The Front Door. 4 Brass Georgian candlestick pair, $160, from Babelogue. 5 Wooden Metro chair, $169,
fromKiwiLiving. 6 Living & Co rug, $69, from The Warehouse. 7 Hammered candle, $79, from Freedom. 8 Large linen
cushioninochre, $149, from A&C Homestore. 9 Tall Egg pot, $15, from Kmart. 10 German Beerfest folding table and
benches, $650 for set, from Vitrine. For stockists turn to page 145.
NATALIE & MYLES’
+Go with the process and be
open-minded as often the things
you end up loving weren’t planned
for and can end up being the
things you enjoy the most.
+Trust your gut and don’t
overthink a decision.
+Buying good quality pays
dividends in the long term.
Also, buy less but buy right.
+Make it your style, not
+Vintage and industrial
furniture Vitrine, vitrine.co.nz.
+Builder MWH Construction;
+Kitchen Wedgerwood Joinery,
+Electrics Alpine Electric;
+Paint Resene Queenstown;
+Furnishings North of Here,
+What areas of your home
did you save on? Splurge on?
Glazing was essential, as was
+Do you tend to buy high-end
homeware or seek out a
bargain? We love the mix of old
and new, so the house doesn’t feel
too ‘shiny’. We adore our vintage
dining chairs and bar stools which
add that rustic feel.
+Best advice when it comes to
spending money on a home?
Don’t buy too much prior to the
build as it might not work in the
finished space. Also, research
materials and invest in areas that
are important to you.
+How did you keep track of
costs during the build? Myles
created a fixed-price build from
the start, itemised on a massive
spreadsheet, encompassing all
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