Byron Bay hangs with Miss Sarah Glover

What happens when Miss Sarah Glover and I are both in Paradise aka Byron Bay? Of course she cooks up an epic meal ( lamb on the BBQ) and I fix us some drinks thanks to Brookies Gin (yum)

About last Friday, so Sarah happened to be in town for her Wild cook book launch, and I’m also be in town this week – of course this called for a cook up and a photo shoot!

In true Sarah style she pulls it all together with ease and thanks to our friends at Nikau store ( for the beautiful table ware)

Of course we are at The Atlantic Byron Bay

All Photos Luisa Brimble

If you love this BUY Sarah book Wild here

JG wears Hiro Clark Tshirt

Bedroom styling for King Living

Recently I created four different bedrooms looks for King Living with bedlinen by In The Sac to showcase the King Living bed collection and to show how these beds can work in any style of home.

We created these four looks in the King Living studio in Sydney with photographer Felix Forest my goal was to create lived in and inspirational bedrooms to inspire.

What I like best about the beds we selected from King Living is they are all classic designs, that really do work in any space (and you can select from vast range of fabrics). One of the fun parts about working with King on this project is I get to actually choose the fabrics the beds are upholstered in.

Plus I enjoyed working with In The Sac sheets, quilts and pillow cases. All items are 100% pure Belgium linen so their luxurious look combined with an ‘on trend’ colour palette perfectly complimented each bed style.

  1. New York Monotone

This look featuring the slimline Neo bed, with its sleek , simple and low to the ground design.  I kept things tonal and I used lots of shades of grey for this bedroom (bedlinen and upholstery choices). Grey is an easy colour and works with everything and in just about any space, perfect as a foundation. When it came to decorating, I chose more masculine undertones and kept the decoration to a minimum.  Sometimes things in the interiors world can have a slight tendency to be a little more feminine ! I kept things minimal, neat and understated in a classic and timeless style.

Style notes

Neo Bed by King Living

Dark Charcoal sheet set and quilt set by In The Sac

Vases from Top 3 by design

  1. New York Luxe lots of shades of grey for this bedroom (bedlinen and upholstery choices). Grey is an easy colour and works with everything and in just about any space, perfect as a foundation. When it came to decorating, I chose more masculine undertones and kept the decoration to a minimum.  Sometimes things in the interiors world can have a slight tendency to be a little more feminine ! I kept things minimal, neat and understated in a classic and timeless style.Style notesNeo Bed by King LivingDark Charcoal sheet set and quilt set by In The SacVases from Top 3 by design
    1. New York Luxe

    In this bedroom, we were inspired by New York, but created a feel that could be in London, Paris or LA too. I wanted it to feel chic, injecting colour with the art work and occasional furniture for a lived in luxe feel. Everyone wants a super luxe bedroom so we used the dramatic wingback Symphony bed headboard (how great is this upholstered bed head!)  I love this bedhead its a real statement piece. And, the charcoal quilt adds instant sophistication. How about this green velvet in the occasional chair and cushions that I love too !

    Style notes

    Symphony Storage Bed by King Living

    Dark Charcoal quilt and sheet set by In The Sac

    Blanket from Opus

    Art Work Kerry Armstrong from Becker Minty

    1. Bowral

    For this bedroom we injected some modern, country feels with some pretty pinks, complemented perfectly by In the Sac’s beautiful Musk linen quilt. Featuring the Promenade Storage Bed – I am obsessed with this natural linen fabric we upholstered the bed in. (I think this is my favourite bed).   The design is simple with no fuss and nice and low to the ground. The look is designed to for a feeling of escape, taking us away from the city for a weekend just like the perfect country getaway!

    Style notes

    Promenade Storage Bed by King Living

    Musk quilt and white sheet set by In The Sac

    Blossom from The Flowedrum

    Throw from MJG store


    1. Bondi

    This bedroom was all about relaxed coastal vibes – Just my style!  No need to guess my inspiration….. Bondi is my home ! This room is just like me, never far from the sea, lots of crisp white, with tan leather and chambray blues, this chambray Serenade quilted bed head is like your favourite pair of jeans it will go with anything…..consider it a neutral ! And probably my favourite look of the four !


    Style notes

    Serenade Soft Storage Bed by King Living

    Silt quilt set and white sheet set by In The Sac

    Print – Aquabumps

    Orchid  – The Flower Drum

    Blanket on bed – MJG Store


    All additional occasional furniture from King Living

    All Lighting from Euroluce

    All rugs from Bayliss

    All bedlinen from In The Sac

    All candles from King Living

    Flowers The Flower Drum Holly Hipwell







canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera

Currently I’m test driving the Canon EOSM6 Mirrorless Camera and so far I’m loving it! its easy to use ( for stills and video) and I love the vintage/modern retro look and feel of this camera – keep your eyes peeled for some of my shots on instagram and here soon!

Modern Retro Home now available

Today is the day my latest (third) book Modern Retro Home launches (everywhere) head to your favourite book store or

click here to order don’t forget to share own your social channels tagging #modernretrohome @mrjasongrant

Published by Hardie Grant Books and Photography Lauren Bamford

These photos Jacqui Turk

Sophia sofa situation

My Favourite Sophia Boston Terrier with her MJG namesake cushions and throw from my collection available here


“New Paradise” my tile collection with Di Lorenzo

Have you heard the news! I have just launched my first encaustic tile collection “New Paradise” with the awesome team at Di Lorenzo

I love colour its a part of who I am as a designer and stylist you see plenty of it in my work, my books and my home. I’m always constantly inspired by nature, be it the lush bushland riverside or magical ocean pools and beaches “ New Paradise” is my debut encaustic tile collection and is inspired by my life and love between Bondi and Byron Bay (Paradise -my happy places) You will find subtle, muted pretty shades and neutrals all my favourite shades, the tiles come in 7 beautiful shades and 4 shapes –  ash ( dark grey) leaf (green) peonie (soft pink) deep sea (indigo blue) sky fall (pale sky blue) sand (light silver grey) quartz (steely grey) in square, hexagonal, mini brick and diamond shapes.

These tiles are all handmade and are perfect for any space, great for your kitchen or bathroom walls and floors. They are available in multiple shapes allowing the specifier to create endless colour and pattern combinations or you can play it safe in one shade, really you’re only limited by your imagination.

click here for more

Photos Jacqui Turk 


mjg aw17

MJG AW17 is here! My new collection has a cosy undertone and is all about adding layers of texture and tone to your home in new season favourite tones steely blues and greys. With a focus on relaxed living (always) the new range features classic pieces for your bedroom and living room, including chunky blankets and throws, woven denim ottomans, oversized cushions,textural rugs and accessories all with a view of adding some everyday luxury to you home – its my most favourite yet!

click here to shop the look

All Photos Jessie and Jones

print straight from your phone with canon Selphy printer

My phone is full of photos ( just like yours I’m sure) I love posting to Instagram but there is something magical about printing out your photos and putting them one display ( creatively) in your space.

The Canon Selphy printer ( available in store at Target and Harvey Norman) is my new favourite gadget that allows you to (easily) print photos straight from you phone.

Click here to read more

Photos Jacqui Turk

Rug West Elm

Table Bludot

Marble Tray Marble Basics


first look mjg aw17

Here’s your exclusive first look at MJG AW17 collection (coming real soon) online and in stores late February.

Ok we haven’t given much away but this is one of my favourite blankets from the new collection – we are holding trade and media only showings in Sydney February 15th and 16th February showing our latest  collection – email us at for details or check your inbox 😉

As you can see I have embraced my inner “mountain man” this season and I can’t wait to share the entire collection with you soon!

If you would like too be the first to know you can subscribe here

Photo Jessie Prince

display wall how to with mjg and canon

I have partnered with Canon to share some styling tips about printing and putting your photos on display in your home – I’m here to help get you inspired!
Your space should be filled with things you love and that tell a story. It is important to add your very own personal touch. Of course, displaying photos is the perfect way to do this. In today’s world we are all obsessed with our smartphones and snap everything we do, eat buy and see.
It’s hard to actually enjoy the moment and really be in the moment and while I think it is great to capture the life that we are living it’s also important to cherish these moments and put them on display.
I love to travel and collect things whilst away. These treasured memories and souvenirs should be cherished.
When decorating your home these memories and souvenirs are the things that really create your own personal style and how you like to live. So use them as a starting point in finding your style and you will find that this will naturally be reflected in the images you take.
Pictures don’t need to be perfect so take the pressure off yourself.
There’s plenty of time to perfect your technique. In fact some of my best photos are happy accidents when the light or timing has been just right.

My top tips for creative photo displays
1. Get your photos in your space and off your camera.
2. Decorate your space with personal touches.
3. Think outside of the box with creative ways and places to display your photos – shelves, bedside tables and sideboards are all great places.
4. Allow time for your style of photography and decorating to develop and evolve – print photos often and update your displays.
5. Group photos together and add or edit over time – style is an evolution so don’t leave things standing still but move them around.
6. Selecting a colour palette of the images (for example a group of black and white photos) ties a look together and creates a sense of sophistication and uniformity.

All Photography Jacqui Turk

Style notes

Rug from West Elm

Wall Colour Murobond Foam

Frames Ikea and Country Road

Sideboard Bludot