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Homes & Gardens

May 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Homes & Gardens celebrates the beauty of classic and contemporary style. Real-life homes with stunning photography deliver inspirational decorating while remaining real and relevant. Homes & Gardens is the ultimate sourcebook of beautiful ideas and detailed information, inspiring its readers to become their own interior designers.

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editor’s note

I love that we have put a pantry on this month’s cover. Besides being beautiful and full of ideas, it reflects the trend coming through in spatial design that sees contemporary properties, big and small, ‘speccing’ dedicated prep kitchens. The space we show is by interior designer Tom Cox. As a whole, I am very inspired by his cottage restoration in the Chiltern Hills (page 28). He has reinterpreted period style for 2019, updating classic tropes for the way we live now. Take, for example, his bespoke kitchen island. Its design was inspired by the preparation tables at the 16th-century country pile Burghley House, but it has been brought up to date with a worn ebony finish, copper shelf and brass handles.With just one month to go until our…

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objects of desire

(Clockwise, from top left) Strøm jug in Pink, H28xDia17cm, £89, Nicholai Wiig-Hansen for Raawii at WA Green. Padma pendant, H35.56xDia35.56cm, £804, Arteriors. Tucurinca Classic rocking chair, H74xW88xD76cm, €399, Tucurinca at Omarcity. La Pannonie cushion, 50x50cm, £155, Braquenié at Pierre Frey. Carlo sideboard in Petrol Blue, H52.5xW151.6xD40cm, £550, Habitat. Sporty Stripes wallpaper in Pink, Saffron, Green, Beige and Blue, W48.7cm, £145 a roll, Ottoline.…

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news

TRES CHIC We love Antoinette Poisson’s revival of floral and geometric 18th-century domino papers. And the dainty motifs are now available on tableware, thanks to the French brand’s collaboration with earthenware company Faïencerie de Gien. The Dominoté collection starts at €30 for a candy tray, and you’ll find chevrons, roses and chintz across mugs, plates, bowls and serving platters. TRUE BLUE A new name to know for beautiful fabrics is Güell Lamadrid. Already an established brand in Europe, its wares are available to buy in the UK. La Cala (shown) by Lázaro Rosa-Violán is a collection of 10 printed cottons, from £61.50m, in indigo blue, blush pink and warm grey. Instagram inspiration Mark Cropper of @paper.maker is a sixth-generation papermaker with a keen eye…

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passion for pattern

Ancora in Cipria £126m, Brochier at Altfield. Lost and Found Perennials Performance Weave in Arrancio, £130m, Kit Kemp for Christopher Farr Cloth. Bahama Basket in Coral, £140m, Nina Campbell for Summit. Palme Botanique in Emerald, £65m, Designers Guild. Campus in Rouge Marinière, £135.50m, Dedar. Kelani in Wasabi, £75m, Romo. Kanumera in Celadon, £136.80m, Pierre Frey. Tenstripe in Arancio, £118m, Rubelli. Sintra in Maritime, £140m, No.9 Thompson at Fox Linton. (FEATURE LAURA VINDEN)…

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dream weaver

Slatcane fabric in Flamingo Pink, linen, £88m, CLJ Home. Zahra mirror, H60xW65cm, €255, Lrnce. Loki bedside table, H59xW51xD33cm, £295, Graham and Green. Retro webbing wardrobe in Light Grey, H200xW125xD50cm, €1,495, HKliving at Living and Co. Singapour Gm light in Almond Green and Pink, H44xDia42cm, €225, Market Set at Luminaires Online. Riva rattan jug, H27xDia10cm, £29, Daylesford. White rattan sofa, H87xW198xD85cm, £3,810, Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam. (FEATURE LAURA VINDEN)…

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one to watch

Rose’s vibrant interiors-based prints taking inspiration from Matisse’s works with paper cut-outs an antique printing press at work in the studio William Yeoward cushions Q How did you start out creating your artwork?I discovered printmaking on a foundation course at City & Guilds of London Art School. After that I did a printmaking degree at Brighton University focusing on processes: etching, screen-printing, woodblock printing and lithography. It was when I started drawing furniture that it all fell into place. My dad used to be an antiques dealer and my mother was an interior designer, so design and decoration played a big part in my childhood. Q Where do your ideas come from and what inspires you? Rose uses different studios for different processes. Here, she is at…

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