Australian interior designer, author, founder of The Society Inc. and self-described “part pirate, part gypsy” Sibella Court, shares the most recent moments that have inspired here.
What was the last...?
Book you read: The Knot Handbook by George Lewis, Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough and Michael Braungart and Nathaniel’s Nutmeg by Giles Minton. I always have a pile of books on-the-go.
Thing that made you cry: Remembering my 24-year-old self and how you can change and shift patterns. This happened with my kinesiologist.
Gift you gave: Japanese wooden nails, a saw and tapered drill bits.
Account you followed on Instagram: @jvsstonemasonry. Jason Simpson is a stonemason on the south coast of Australia and his work is absolutely beautiful. He’s a true craftsman.
Song you played on rotation: ‘We Are Family’ by Sister Sledge. My daughter Silver loves it.
Meal you cooked: My version of Prawn San Choy Bow.
Holiday you took: Satellite Island near Tasmania, in the heart of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. It’s a 34-hectare private island with unspoilt beauty and total serenity.
Thing that made you laugh: The antics of my dad with my sister.
Piece of good advice you received: Breathe deeply, right down into your belly.
Party you attended: The long lunch I held and cooked for my husband’s birthday at our house with old friends.
Beauty product you finished: Dermalogica Biolumin-C Serum, a high-performance Vitamin C elixir that's amazing layered under moisturiser.