Country Revival
Real Living Australia|November 2019
Country Revival
Having lovingly restored what began as a crumbling Italian manor in an ancient hilltop ’hood, Jenni Shortt has created a fresh start for her family
Francesca Davoli

THERE ARE MOMENTS IN LIFE when you realize it’s time to take stock and perhaps venture down a different path. After almost 20 years as a graphic designer, Jenni Shortt realized her career wasn’t aligned with her environmental values and beliefs, so she started a brand called Tippitappi and designed a range of organic cotton T-shirts hand-printed with ecological messages. She also developed a passion for self-sufficiency, vegan cooking and enjoying a greener lifestyle, so the natural next step was to leave the city and return to her country roots.

HEADING FOR THE HILLS

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November 2019