House and Garden August 2018

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

SIGNE BAY Photographer ‘I am inspired by all the moods that you can create using light and shadow,’ says Signe Bay, who shot ‘Trials and triumphs’, part of our kitchen garden diary series, on pages 114–115. Sharing her work on Instagram helped Signe realise she could make a career out of photography: ‘I quit teaching and turned my passion into my work.’ Signe, who is based in Copenhagen, is also influenced by the work of the Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi. Others have called her style ‘Nordic and melancholic’, but Signe says she does not ‘think much about style. I invent a story and tell it’. When you are not working, where would we find you? ‘At a flea market – I am a true treasure hunter.’ PETER BROWNE Travel writer Peter Browne was born in Zimbabwe and…

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from the editor

When this issue arrives on the newsstands, I will be on my way to Runswick Bay on the North Yorkshire coast for a bucket-and-spade holiday with our children. There is nothing glamorous about it, but the little village hugging the hillside is completely charming and the children love it. Another real joy of it is that there is no phone reception or wi-fi, so my phone becomes almost redundant and I read a book rather than checking my Instagram account. I have a love-hate relationship with Instagram – as I imagine plenty of you do. On one hand, it is a brilliant way of finding out who is doing what and gleaning interior and lifestyle inspiration. And it is a helpful way for House & Garden to engage with its readers.…

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dispatches from milan

ON THE TILES ‘To present its latest collection of home accessories, Hermès ( created a warren of colourful zellige tile-clad houses, in one of the most memorable spectacles of the week. It was like a stylised souk. What was displayed within it was no less eye-catching: a collection of colours and patterns, with lacquered-wood containers painted in geometric designs, printed cashmere blankets and exceptionally pretty tableware by British artist Nigel Peake (from £60 for a side plate)’ – David Nicholls, deputy editor ‘This year it felt like the Milan fair had come home, with pieces celebrating the city’s modernist architecture. Flexform ( merrily cast off beige in favour of a rich, Sixties-inspired palette, while Gubi ( brought its iconic mid-century designs to life among the frescoes of Palazzo Serbelloni’ – Gabby Deeming,…