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      At home with Tluxe

      Ok, so this is not exactly where we live, but it's on our wish list of dream homes and interiors. And with the cooler change in the air today, and the imminent arrival of autumn/winter collection online, we're feeling the love for the cosy fireside at Rose Seidler House. A mid-century modern gem hidden in one of the leafier parts of Sydney its original 1950s interior still feels contemporary. Architect Harry Seidler built it for his mother and its open plan design and feeling of bringing the outside indoors heralded a new aesthetic, which has become almost standard in many architect-designed Australian homes today. And the best part? You can visit Rose in all her originally furnished glory on any Sunday you like. Pure. Modernist. Magic.

      We love... Hinky Dinks

      The latest, most talked-about bar in Sydney, says a lot about the city’s love of retro Americana style, and yes, we too are loving the vibe down at Hinky Dinks in Darlinghurst, a diner named after an infamous Chicago alderman who ran a colourful saloon in the 1920s, which fed local misfits. While the interior – all formica benchtops, ketchup red tiles, and chequerboard floors – is more designer chic than retro kitsch, thanks to the quality of the fit-out care of Sydney architects, Luchetti Krelle, it’s the food by the chef at one of our favourite Darlinghurst eateries, Onde, and especially the cocktails, which will keep us coming back long after the initial hype of new-bar-on-the-block subsides. We’re thinking Hinky’s homemade strawberry prosecco sorbet may just be our drink, sorry dessert, of the summer.