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House and Garden

House and Garden April 2017

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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United Kingdom
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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contributors

JOHN LOECKE AND JASON OLIVER NIXON Interior designers The exuberant duo behind Madcap Cottage have been passionate about design and fashion since they were children. ‘[Both] our parents would rearrange the furniture as a Friday night activity, and we were bitten by the design bug,’ says Jason. Fast forward a few years and, after careers as a magazine editor (Jason) and a television producer (John), ‘we hung out our interior design shingle’. Since launching Madcap Cottage in 2006, Jason and John have taken on interiors projects all over the world. Another big move came when, after 25 years of living in Manhattan, they set their sights on High Point in North Carolina, where they have created a home that showcases their playful take on English country style (pages 138-145). Who are your design…

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from the editor

Houses need flowers. Growing up, my mother arranged flowers for parties, and having flowers in the house – whether it be pots of hydrangeas in carefully collected containers, a large arrangement, or a simple vase of roses and blossom on the kitchen table – has always been important to her, and therefore to me. The nicest sort are those picked from your own garden, but ideally you do not want to leave your borders denuded. So, in this issue is the first in a series that I hope will appeal to many of you, even if only to fuel a pipe dream: our garden editor Clare Foster explains how to grow flowers specifically for cutting (from page 176). Not only are the photographs beautiful, but the series – using the…

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take to the floor

SHOPPING | NEWS | ART | BOOKS RICHARD GOODING; DELFANNE PHOTOGRAPHY; A C COOPER…

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take a seat

Heal’s has a long history of working with emerging talent. For over a decade, it has been hand-picking young designers who demonstrate a contemporary flair and respect for craftsmanship, championing British designers and makers along the way. One such luminary is Russell Pinch of Pinch Design, whose ‘Yves’ desk was the winning design from Heal’s Discovers 2006. This season, the desk makes a triumphant return alongside other Pinch pieces including the ‘Pendel’ sofa range, which can be upholstered in a range of stylish fabrics from the likes of G P & J Baker. New to the collection is the elegant yet warm and welcoming ‘Wallis’ sofa, designed exclusively for Heal’s by Russell and made and upholstered in Britain. Featuring tapered walnut legs, it is available in tinted walnut, oak or black…

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notebook

SUTER CAPUTO; IAN BOICHAT ORIGIN STUDIOS; PIXELATE IMAGING…

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rank & style

LE PHUC PHOTOGRAPHY; BARRY MACDONALD; DOMINIC BLACKMORE; PIXELATE IMAGING. Pine and beech ‘Hemnes’ (white), by Nike Karlsson, 70 x 46 x 35cm, £40, from Ikea…