A little while ago I came across  on {don’t you think that’s just the cutest little name for a blog}.

The post was about new book titled which will be on sale later this month {March 29th to be exact}. For those of you who may not be familiar with Megan, she is a highly regarded and hugely talented interior stylist who works with clients both here and overseas. Now, I’ve never personally met the fabulous Ms Morton, but I’ve always admired , and I often either read about her on blogs or I hear her mentioned by the people I know. One of my favourite bloggers, Lucy from , often mentions or writes about Megan – in fact you can read her fantastic interview with Megan . My talented friends, Juliette and Sarah-Jane of , have been fortunate enough to work with Megan on one of their award winning interior projects…

The most bizarre thing of all is this – when Husband and I moved into our place in May last year, I received some mail which was addressed to Mrs Megan Morton. Weeeeird, right? {Queue music from Twilight Zone}. Yes, you guessed it – turns out that Megan used to live in the apartment we are living in right now.

So why is this so interesting? I don’t know, I thought you might like my little story. The reason for my post was quite simple – the image on the cover of Megan’s is of a room I get to see every day. Check it out – the photo above is the book cover {duh!} and the one below is of our apartment taken by Husband. How cool is that?

x dana


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Dana Tomić Hughes
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Dana is an award-winning interior designer living in Sydney, Australia. With an unhealthy passion for design, Dana commits to an abnormal amount of daily design research. Regular travel and attendance at premier design events, enables Dana to stay at the forefront of the design world globally. While she is super serious about design, Dana never takes herself - nor design - too seriously. Together with her life and business partner, Dana is Boss Lady at Studio Yellowtrace, specialising in Design Strategy, Creative Direction and Special Projects. The studio takes a highly conceptual and holistic approach to translating brands & ideas into places & experiences.

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    Hannah

    Hello, I love random stories like this, makes the world feel like a very small place. I’ve just stumbled across your lovely blog and glad I did. You have some great ideas!
    Hannah

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    yellowtrace

    Thank you for your comments M, H & L. I know, it’s a crazy story right? So glad you guys enjoyed it cause after I posted it, I wondered if people would find it interesting. You know how some stories are often better in your head…? Anyway, I love our apartment so much. Husband and I feel so lucky to liver here.

    And Hannah – welcome to yellowtrace! So happy to have you.
    x dana

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    Kill-Joy

    I think you have to buy the book and then buy a book stand…then position it on your dining table. Is that wrong? cheerio k-j-f

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    Ezza

    My goodness, very weird – was flicking through “Home Love” at Myer this avo, as I spotted review in this months Inside Out. It’s a gorgeous apartment. BTW, I loooved your feature in Apartment Therapy- just saw it 10 mins ago. A really beautiful place..and your love of things well made really shows. A true expression of you and hubby. I suspect that by the time you’re grey and old (yes, a looong time from now), you’re apartment will tell a thousand stories through your collections over the years. Well done on the piece! x

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    Georgie

    What a fantastic story.

    Lucky you to have such a gorgeous home.

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    julie

    I can’t believe I didn’t pick up on this earlier, I love the image of your dining nook and have seen the book cover loads of times but I didn’t click they were the same room. That must be super weird but super cool for you Dana. Your apartment is beautiful.

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