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SA Garden and Home

November 2019

SA Garden and Home is the ultimate magazine for home lovers of all ages. It features gorgeous homes and gardens and is filled with great tips and ideas for both decorating and gardening not to mention the latest info on lifestyle trends, creative people, entertaining, travel and more.

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sa garden and home

EDITOR Mary Jane Harris PRODUCTION/EDITORIAL COORDINATOR Mandy Buchholz 087 158 0279 ART DIRECTOR Geoff Maher geoffm@caxton.co.za KZN CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, DECOR Candice Botha candicebotha@gmail.com CAPE CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, GARDENING Marianne Alexander gandhgardenguru@gmail.com FEATURES EDITOR Lauren Delargy laurend@caxton.co.za CHIEF SUB-EDITOR, GARDENING Diane Peacock dianep@caxton.co.za COPY EDITOR Marianne McDonald marianne.malone@caxton.co.za DIGITAL EDITOR Khanyi Mlaba khanyim@caxton.co.za EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Juliette Arrighi de Casanova, Natalie Boruvka, Jane Griffiths, Richard Holmes, Lizette Jonker, Connall Oosterbroek, Tess Paterson, Lide-Marie Saayman, Anne Schauffer, Loren Shirley-Carr, Jo Trappitt, Lisa van der Knaap, Diana Wemyss, Lyn Woodward, Lynne Yates MARKETING AND PROMOTIONS Roline Haine 087 158 0309 rolineh@caxton.co.za GENERAL MANAGER Anton Botes FINANCIAL MANAGER Rohan French NATIONAL HEAD OF SALES Ronell Buitenbos HEAD OF RETAIL MARKETING AND INNOVATION Dejane Poil MARKETING MANAGER Reinhard Lotz PRODUCTION MANAGER Sada Reddhi DIGITAL MEDIA STRATEGIST Aqsa Qureshi EDITORIAL HEAD OFFICE Caxton House 368 Jan Smuts…

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the great outdoors

This month’s issue, with its focus on outdoor living, brought back one of my earliest memories – waiting on the veranda of my grandparents’ house for my parents to bring my new baby brother home from the hospital. A lovely place to wait, it had decorative railings and fretwork, and polished red floors. Built in the 1880s, it wrapped around the house, catching the breeze and had space for at least a dozen to sit comfortably. They really knew how to design a veranda in those days. In contrast, my parents’ much more modern house sported a narrow porch barely wide enough for two deck chairs. While it was positioned to make the most of the magnificent view to the sea, it faced east. This meant you couldn’t sit there in…

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home front

INSPIRED Design A stunning new Mobelli Furniture + Living concept store has opened at the recently revamped Fourways Mall in Jo’burg. Aimed at ‘bringing curated spaces to life’, it features room settings and a Luxe zone showcasing the latest indoor and outdoor furniture. mobelli.co.za COLOUR OF THE YEAR In Dulux’s Colour Futures trend report for 2020, Tranquil Dawn was announced as the stand-out colour for the year. Described as a delicate shade between green, blue and grey, the colour is supported by four versatile palettes – Care, Play, Meaning and Creativity. dulux.co.za DECO BEAUTY Savoy, the latest collection by Anna French, is an exuberant mix of wallcoverings, prints and weaves. Combining graphic art deco geometry with gorgeous botanicals and bouquets, it’s imbued with a stunning palette of rich greens, crisp blues and coral. Available at…

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what’s on

29 OCTOBER – 3 NOVEMBER KAMERS/Makers will be held at the Blaauwklippen Vineyards in Stellenbosch where unique, handcrafted and proudly South African design will be on display. Expect luxury linens, clothing, jewellery and decor items that will get you in the mood for Christmas shopping. Tickets are R70 from plankton.mobi or R90 at the door. Entry is free for under 18s. kamersvol.com 1 – 3 NOVEMBER The Glenshiel Christmas Fair returns to Westcliff, Jo’burg, with luxury offerings from linen and jewellery to fashion, Christmas decorations and food stalls. The fair opens at 09h00. Tickets cost R75 pp, children under 12 free. Tickets for the preview evening on 31 October are R250. Bookings can be made at quicket.co.za. 19 Woolston Road, Westcliff. glenshiel.org.za/glenshiel-fair…

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escape to the country

Sitting low on the landscape and set among established trees, this modern farmhouse in Monaghan Farm, north of Jo’burg, exists in harmony with its natural surroundings. Having found a well-treed stand, the owners insisted that the house was built without removing them. “Fortunately, we only had to remove one tree,” says Nadine Naidoo, who designed the house around them. The decision to work with the trees rather than against them wasn’t just an aesthetic one: with a no-boundary-wall rule in the estate, the extensive foliage provides much-needed privacy. The owners chose Monaghan Farm for its eco-friendly ethos, and the house includes features such as rainwater-harvesting tanks and heat pumps for hot water. It is also well insulated for optimum energy efficiency. As the house faces north-east, Nadine designed a sloping roof…

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vivid translucence

When did you realise you wanted to pursue a career as an artist? I worked and travelled overseas for a year after high school and spent much of that time chasing art in whichever city I found myself. It became increasingly clear where my happy place was. I completed my BAFA at Michaelis School of Fine Art (UCT) in 2013. What inspires you? I try to remain close to my senses while I work. I’m inspired by memory, imagination and visual stimuli. The relationship of humans to the natural world underlies much of my work. Thanks to my mother who encouraged me, art gave me a means to steer my imagination from an early age. Which mediums and techniques do you use? I work in thinned-down oils on canvas and sized paper.…