House and Garden August 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

SUSAN WYNDHAM Interior designer After studying at Inchbald School of Design, Susan Wyndham worked with the fabric designer Jean Monro and then for Asprey. Once her children were grown up, she opened an interiors shop in the French village of Samoëns. This led her to take on the decoration of chalets in France and Switzerland, work that she now balances with projects throughout Europe, including her own house in Spain (from page 70). Susan likes to mix styles and tries to focus on minimising waste, an idea that she is delighted is becoming ‘more prominent in interior design’. Who or what inspires you? ‘In my work, Jean Monro and the photographer and interior designer Alberto Pinto have both been influential. I’m also inspired by the dyers and embroiderers of India, where I’ve sourced…

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from the editor

My husband and I have an on-going discussion about taste. He says that his taste is innate and that mine is acquired. But after a lifetime of looking at interiors, I’m a firm believer that one’s eye can – and needs to be – trained if it’s going to be really good. The desire to observe and create may be innate, but it is no surprise that the truly great designers and tastemakers have been honing their eye and their art for several decades. On pages 76-81, we feature Wendy Harrop’s house in Wiltshire. Wendy was decoration editor at House & Garden from 2002 to 2009 and has a very good eye. Gabby Deeming, who succeeded her, writes eloquently about how Wendy taught her to see in ways that were ‘elegant,…

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tile storeys

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outdoor benches


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seen in milan

EXHIBITING WORK HERE IS LIKE WINNING A GOLDEN TICKET Being selected as one of the international designers to exhibit work at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Design Week is the equivalent of winning a Golden Ticket. In a week when the city is thronging with designers all vying for attention, this is one of the most prized showcases in town. One of the chosen few was the New Yorkbased, British designer Anna Karlin, who presented a range of furniture and lighting. Her work is an artful blend of organic, contemporary shapes in wood, brass, marble and glass. Anna studied visual communication at Central Saint Martins and Glasgow School of Art, then joined a London design agency that was behind the branding and graphics for several fashion, music and beauty brands. She moved…