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ELLE Decoration UK

ELLE Decoration UK

January 2020

ELLE Decoration UK showcases the world’s most beautiful homes and makes good design accessible to everyone through its mix of styles, products and price points. Combining all the inspiration, information and ideas you need to bring your home to life, it is the authority on trends, style and contemporary design.

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Hearst Magazines UK
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2 min.
from the editor

The festive parties are well underway, Christmas is around the corner, if not already upon us, the anticipation and pressure of what you are or aren’t doing on New Year’s Eve is hanging in the air. It’s the same every year, yet being a perfect host is something that eludes even the most organised and creative of us. Fortunately, the issue you hold in your hands contains ELLE Decoration’s annual guide to entertaining with aplomb… Packed with the latest tableware and accessories, tantalising trend-led tablescapes, it also has tips and ideas to make your parties pop. Plus, we’ve quizzed London’s cool crowd who are leading the interiors world’s obsession with flamboyance. If anyone knows how to make things memorable, it’s them. As the hangovers fade and the big clear-up begins, focus turns…

2 min.
elle decoration

EDITOR BEN SPRIGGS Creative Director Philippe Blanchin Editorial Manager Bethan Ryder EDITORIAL Style Editor Kiera Buckley-Jones Features Editor Kate Worthington Houses Editor Clare Sartin Senior Features Writer Cat Olley ART Group Art Editor Roger Browning Art Editor Linsey Cannon Designers Jack Melrose, Laura Sheppard PICTURES Group Picture Director Sharon O’Neill Picture Researcher Ellie Summers PRODUCTION Group Chief Sub Editor Michele Jameson Chief Sub Editors Cathy Levy, Helen Bonthrone Deputy Chief Sub Editor Julie Pannell-Rae Sub Editor Molly Price Contributors Tom Bailey, Claudia Baillie, Hannah Bort, Amy Bradford, Natasha Goodfellow, Emma Love, Fiona McCarthy, Tessa Pearson, Sania Pell, Kassia St Clair, Becky Sunshine, Sarah Slade, Amanda Smith-Corston, Suzanne Stankus, James Williams CHIEF BRAND OFFICER, LUXURY Jacqueline Euwe PA to Chief Brand Officer Leane Border-Griffith GROUP EDITORIAL HOMES Group Editorial PA Sandra Tear Workflow Director Carly Levy Group Managing Editor Ingrid Eames CLIENT DIVISION Managing Director, Beauty Jacqui Cave Managing Director, Fitness & Health Alun Williams Director of Endorsements & Food Laura…

1 min.
treat someone special to elle decoration this christmas

Now in its 30th stylish year, ELLE Decoration is packed full of inspiration, information and ideas. As a celebration of our anniversary, we wanted to offer loyal readers something a little special – an exclusive Moleskine notebook. It’s the perfect gift for your next design project. Editor GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE Celebrate our 30th anniversary with an EXCLUSIVE ELLE Decoration Moleskine notebook JUST £10 for your first six issues* SAVE 27% after your trial is over Receive LIMITED-EDITION covers FREE delivery to your door every month GREAT GIFT IDEA for friends and family MAKES THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS PRESENT! FREE GIFT WORTH £17.99 SUBSCRIBING ONLINE IS EASY AND SECURE AT HEARSTMAGAZINES.CO.UK/EC-MAGAZINE OR CALL 01858 438 877† QUOTING 1EC11788. LINES OPEN MON–FRI 8AM–9.30PM, SAT 8AM–4PM Terms and conditions *After your first six issues, your subscription will continue at…

4 min.
now

FULL house For the last 80 years, Vipp has excelled at making kitchen accessories and, more recently, modular kitchens. The innovative, family-owned brand also has a clutch of hotels: individual residences (fitted with Vipp products, naturally) that can be rented. The latest project, Chimney House in Copenhagen, a former water-pumping station built in 1902, opened earlier this year and inspired Vipp to design bespoke furniture – including the ‘Chimney’ sofa (below). A modular system, it has gently curved corners and a compact ‘floating’ design, making it both welcoming and visually light. Three-seater sofa, £4,395 (vipp.com). BRIGHT IDEA As the little sister brand to Bert Frank, J Adams & Co shares its dedication to using high-quality materials and traditional approach to manufacturing, executed from the pair’s Birmingham base. Its lighting pieces, however, have their…

1 min.
linde freya tangelder

Have you always wanted to be a designer? From an early age, two things I loved to do was make things and tell stories. And from the moment I started at Design Academy Eindhoven, I felt at home. For me, it was clear I wanted to start my own design studio after finishing my studies – I’ve been running my company Destroyers/Builders since 2014. How would you describe your approach? I emphasise the senses in different ways. My pieces are tactile, but they are also architectural and sculptural. My works find a balance between art and design and high- and low-end materials. I want to show that beauty can be found in the daily, in the unfinished, in the randomness of life. What inspires you? My influences are found on building sites:…

1 min.
eesome

Taking its name from an Old English word meaning ‘pleasant on the eye’, Eesome lives up to its promise. The curated second-hand online store, founded by ex-fashion stylist and set designer Hana Bauman-Lyons, specialises in vintage and antique pottery and ceramics. Hana’s hobby for collecting ceramics on her travels soon outgrew her home. Turning her passion into a business was a ‘very slow and organic process’, she says. ‘I’ve always understood the value of buying second-hand and the power of a circular economy, so I wanted to make it easier and more desirable for people to buy vintage pieces – there’s such a need for us to change our consumer habits. It will take time, but offering strong alternatives to off-the-shelf homeware helps this process, and it’s something I knew…