Pub Date: November 2009
Packed with tips of the interior stylist’s trade, Etcetera is a lavishly photographed interiors book in which every image demonstrates a clear and easily replicable principle that will help transform a room without the need for expensive and permanent renovation.
Keith Johnson’s TV show, Man Shops Globe came all the way to Australia to feature Sibella. Keith has the best job in the world, globetrotting & gallivanting around the world shopping for perfect found objects & artist collaborations for Anthropologie stores worldwide.
Pub Date: November 2011
Sibella Court sees the world differently. In her latest book, the stylist and bestselling author of Etcetera and The Stylist’s Guide to NYC shows us how to bring our travels home with us in the most unexpected of ways.
Pub Date: January 2013
International stylist Sibella Court is a gypsy at heart, spending much of her time on the road, tinkering, travelling ancient trade routes and fossicking for treasure. In her latest book, be inspired by the softly painted buildings of Ecuador and Galapagos; the moody highlands of Scotland; the wild woods of transylvania; the Iznik tiles of turkey; and the ancient tranquillity of Indochine.
Pub Date: October 2012
Sibella Court, bestselling author of Etcetera, The Stylist’s Guide to NYC and Nomad, has always been a bowerbird. This was first noticed when, at the age of three, she put together collections of shells, sequins, beads and ribbons. Like her avian counterpart, she goes far and wide to add to her collections, enjoys arranging and rearranging the pieces and, ultimately, believes that collections, containing the memories they do, are a vital part of any home.
It’s not often I work on residential projects but it’s difficult to turn down your best friend from 4th grade!
Photography by Anson Smart & David Hutton
This is my very own home, an Art Deco apartment with beautiful proportions and outdoor terrace. With a team of trusty tradespeople, the whirlwind renovation saw us ripping out the previous owner’s built-in storage and removing a dividing wall to open up what was a pokey kitchen and poorly lit living area. I also installed an outdoor kitchen to make the most of the generous entertaining space which is now home to much greenery and several of my bonsais.
Pub Date: July 2018
IMAGINARIUM is a magical place, revealed in an oversized picture book of objects, travel, colour & interiors. It is an immersive visual journey, through my 25 years in the world of styling & interiors, that invites you to use it for your own creativity, to keep as a beautiful object on your coffee table, beckoning you to turn a page each day. Please feel free to lose yourself among its pages, allowing it to spark your imagination for faraway lands & special places.
This book is a combination of my past & present, a blend of the many photographs I have taken on my travels anchored with the interiors & objects I have created & designed, as captured by some of my favourite photographers. The pagination of IMAGINARIUM reveals the palettes I love to work with, presented in an entrancing colour rhythm, a place where storytelling requires no words.
LOCATION: Victoria Highway, Baines NT 0852
Located in a beautiful remote pocket of northwestern NT close to the WA border lies Bullo River Station. Whilst a working cattle station, it offers an elevated homestead stay that compliments the magnificent landscape and activities around the 500,000 acre property. We stepped in to refurnish the guest rooms and guest breezeway, the first stage of the station’s reimagining & new chapter embracing undone Australian luxury.
Location: NGV Australia, Level 3, Federation Square, Melbourne
ABOUT THE RIGG DESIGN PRIZE
Recognising excellence in Australian design, the Rigg Design Prize is the highest accolade for contemporary design in Australia. The Society inc by Sibella Court was invited to participate as one of ten Australian design studios working in the field of interior design and decoration. For the prize exhibition, each studio was invited to design a purpose built interior that responds to the 2018 exhibition theme of Domestic Living