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House and GardenHouse and Garden

House and Garden

May 2019

House & Garden unlocks the door to an array of unique homes and outdoor features, ranging from town houses and converted barns to fabulous modern apartments and island retreats. Outdoor features are equally varied, including cottage gardens, water gardens and chic, city courtyards. House & Garden provides an invaluable sourcebook of ideas, from design and decoration to the best of travel, delicious recipes and fine wine. Britain’s most glamorous, inspiring and influential design and decoration magazine.

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this month’s contributors

ANNA SPIROInterior designerGrowing up in a house decorated by her mother, in which ‘beautiful things were layered in interesting ways’, had an early impact on Anna Spiro. ‘I’ve always tried to go against the tide; I never want to be too cool for anything,’ says the Australian designer, whose guest cottage appears in this issue (from page 134). It allowed her to indulge her love of colour and pattern: ‘I adore how crazy it all is – I didn’t have to hold back.’ To create a similar look, Anna says, ‘Make sure there is something to link all the colours and patterns together, then throw in something a little different to create an element of surprise.’When you are not working, where are you? ‘On the beach near our house on…

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house and garden

VOGUE HOUSE, HANOVER SQUARE, LONDON W1S 1JU (TEL: 020-7499 9080)HATTA BYNGEDITORART DIRECTOR Jenny ListerMANAGING EDITOR/CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Caroline BulloughDEPUTY EDITOR David NichollsCREATIVE DIRECTOR (INTERIORS) Gabby DeemingPA TO THE EDITOR/EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Rumer NeillARTS AND FEATURES EDITOR Emily TobinFEATURES WRITER Elizabeth MetcalfeDEPUTY DECORATION EDITOR Ruth SleightholmeDECORATION STYLIST Charlie PorterDECORATION INTERN Davey Hunter-JonesEDITOR-AT-LARGE Liz ElliotGARDEN EDITOR Clare FosterTRAVEL EDITOR Pamela GoodmanFOOD EDITOR Blanche VaughanDEPUTY CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Bethan HyattACTING DEPUTY CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Sue GilkesSUB-EDITOR Sophie DevlinDEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Joshua MonaghanART EDITOR Eva FarringtonPHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Owen GaleCONSULTANT EDITOR Susan CreweCONTRIBUTING EDITORS Lavinia Bolton, Virginia Fraser,Matilda Goad, Fiona Golfar, Rita Konig, Nonie Niesewand,Elizabeth Rees-Jones, Aude De La Conté (France)DIGITAL EDITOR Emily SeniorDIGITAL FEATURES EDITOR Virginia ClarkDIGITAL FEATURES WRITER Charlotte Sutherland-HawesDIGITAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR Malcolm AttwellsDIGITAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Helen PlacitoDIRECTOR OF EDITORIAL ADMINISTRATION AND RIGHTS Harriet WilsonEDITORIAL BUSINESS MANAGER…

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from the editor

Fabric background: ‘Arches’ (claret), linen, from Pukka FabreLooking at the pages of this May issue as they are now, printed in miniature and displayed across a wall of the House & Garden office, despite Brexit looming and things looking rather grim and uncertain in the world as a whole, I feel hope. In House & Garden’s sphere, there are still lots of people doing brave and exciting things, and we have no shortage of stories to fill these pages. Jim Mason has built himself a daring, award-winning new house, designed by the architect Nick Eldridge (pages 116-125), while Imogen Taylor, former principal decorator at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, bought and decorated the first house for herself from scratch when she was heading for her eighties – and in France…

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write on

1 Oak ‘Larsson Dressing Table’ (antique salt), 79 x 120 x 52cm, £455, from Neptune.2 Teak ‘Writing Desk With Ribbed Drawer’ (antique white), 75 x 110 x 60cm, £985, from Chelsea Textiles.3 Oak ‘Bucknell Table’, 75 x 107 x 54cm, £3,840, from Jamb.4 Bamboo ‘Praia Desk’, 87 x 131 x 65cm, £2,850, from Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam.5 Handmade high-gloss lacquer and brass ‘Writing Desk’ (warm grey with olive green drawer interiors), by Pentreath & Hall, 76 x 120 x 60cm, £3,750, from The Lacquer Company1 Leather and steel ‘Albany Desk’ (charcoal and cambridge leather), 75 x 140 x 70cm, £5,450, from Tom Faulkner.2 Wrought-iron and leather ‘The Bascule Desk’, 76 x 134 x 76cm, from £11,300, from Soane.3 ‘Bureau Atoll’ steel desk, 75 x 160 x 65cm, £1,500, from…

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notebook

‘Crest’ wood and glass pendant (black walnut and opal), 27 x 25cm diameter, $930, from Allied MakerJapanese chestnut ‘Bon Trays’ (from top: ryoka, rinka), 32cm diameter, £155 each, from Native & Co‘Baies’ wallpaper (multicolour), 91cm wide, €40.70 a metre, from Antoinette Poisson‘AN15’ recycled glass wine glasses (from left: olive, transparent, berry, turquoise and amber), 13 x 7cm diameter, €8.40 each, from SalaheddinBeech and birch ‘Group Three-Seat Sofa’, by Philippe Malouin, covered in ‘Canvas’ (0424), wool mix, by Kvadrat, 74 x 217 x 81cm, £4,926, from SCPMarbleised cement tiles, from left: ‘Swirls Triton’, ‘Swirls Charon’ and ‘Swirls Elara’, 20cm square, £8.65 each, from Balineum (PIXELATE IMAGING)‘Qashqai Vintage’ Persian wool rug, 513 x 310cm, €12,950, from Lila Valadan‘G25’ metal wall light (black and white), 83 x 126-164cm maximum extension, €1,290, from Sammode…

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hooks

1 Aluminium ‘Kämpig Hook’ (brass), 15 x 4 x 11cm, £4, from Ikea.2 Aluminium ‘Volet Hook’ (black), by Hay, 8 x 3.5cm square, £19 for a pair, from Amara.3 ‘Brana Wall Hook’ (blackened bronze), 14 x 5.5 x 8cm, £16, from Rowen & Wren.4 Steel ‘Peacock Wall Hook’ (dark blue and brass), by Tivoli, 9 x 7 x 6cm, £36, from Amara.5 ‘Modern Wooden Wall Hook’ (ash), by Utology, 12 x 3cm square, £10, from Not on the High Street.6 Brass ‘Vintage Wall Hook’, 11.9 x 2.8 x 8.9cm, £5.50, from The Foundryman.7 ‘Large Cast Iron Hook’, by Ferm Living, 5cm diameter x 2.5cm, £19, from Trouva.8 Brass ‘Elephant Hook’, 12.5 x 2.7 x 9cm, £20, from Pinxton & Co (PIXELATE IMAGING)FOR SUPPLIERS’ DETAILS, SEE STOCKISTS PAGE…

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