STYLE & SUBSTANCE: THE OLD SCHOOL MASTER’S HOUSE

by Catherine on February 1, 2013

in Blogosophy, Style & Substance Interviews

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Ingrid Weir’s blog and instagram were two of my most favourite online discoveries of 2012… if you’re not acquainted with her creative corner of the interweb at The Old School Master’s House yet, get ready for your next major bloggy crush! Ingrid is a set and costume designer living in Sydney and her site catalogues her incredible hobby and passion – renovating an old schoolmaster’s house in a nineteenth century Gold Rush town in New South Wales’ Central West. Owing to her naturalist’s eye and lyrical sensibility, Ingrid’s photography and prose is unique, curious, warm, and winsome. What I love most is seeing the things I love about Australian country life through her lens.

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//Style

Q: WHAT ITEM IN YOUR CLOSET ARE YOU LOVING MOST THIS SEASON?

A Sonia Rykiel knit dress-  very sassy & very French.

Q: WHAT DECOR ITEMS ARE YOU MOST COVETING RIGHT NOW?

Handmade textiles, vintage industrial lockers & concrete kangaroos.

Q: WHAT ARE YOUR GO-TO BEAUTY PRODUCTS?

Clarins Beauty Flash Balm, Klorane Dry Shampoo, and Chanel lipsticks.

Q: WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE LOCAL HAUNTS?

Gnome Espresso Surry Hills,  3 Blue Ducks Bronte,  Paddington Library & Bondi Beach.

//& Substance

Q: WHAT INSPIRES YOU LATELY?

Photos on Instagram, DIY projects on Remodelista, and the new interiors book ‘The Natural Home’  by Hans Blomquist.

Q: WHAT HAVE YOU MADE RECENTLY?

An embroidered heart shaped wall hanging. 

Q: WHAT ARE YOU READING?

Just finished the inspiring new biography ‘I’m Your Man; the life of  Leonard Cohen’ by Sylvie Simmons. 

Q: WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT BLOGGING?

Connecting with people around the world,  a sense of progress with my writing and photography.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jacqueline >> Upon Wild Stars

Really love the gorgeous photography! Such beautifully simple pics that made me smile :) xo

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Catherine

That’s exactly the way I feel about Ingrid’s photography! Her writing is really transporting too. Thanks for you comment Jacqueline!

x Catherine

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