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25 Beautiful Homes

June 2019

Your life made easier - every day. 25 Beautiful Homes is a magazine for readers with a sense of personal style. Aspire to your dream house and enjoy looking at other people's homes, designs and styles for inspiration.

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25 beautiful homes

EDITORIAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR SARAH SPITERI Executive Editors Kate French and Neil McLennan Group Creative Director Emma Williams Group Chief Sub Editor Anne Esden Commercial Editorial Operations Director Jane Akers Homes Content Team Editorial Director Rhoda Parry Commissioning/Interiors Editor Emma J Page Acting Commissioning/Interiors Editor Seán O’Connell Editorial Assistant Sally Dominic Head of Art Operations Alison Walter Art Editors Melanie Brown, Paula Jardine, Meredith Davies With thanks to Mel Algar and Rebecca Halverson Head of Subs Operations Maxine Clarke Hub Chief Sub Editor Jennifer Spaeth Senior Sub Editors Marian McNamara and Fiona Mace PUBLISHING CEO TI Media Limited Marcus Rich Group Managing Director Life & Style Angela O’Farrell EA to Group Managing Director Life & Style Donna McConnell Managing Director Mark Winterton Business Director Grainne McKenna…

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welcome

Most of us hanker for more time in nature. We dream of homes in the rolling hills, save our pennies for out-of-town trips, and make a beeline for any slice of greenery the moment the sun peeks out from behind the clouds (or the rain stops!). That feeling of being in the great outdoors can be quite unbeatable. But how to recreate that sense of freshness at home? With this question in mind, our focus for this issue is on homes that offer ideas for connecting inside and out. We also wanted to cover how to bring indoor style outside and how to create an outdoor feel inside. Our cover story, Sarah and Andrew Charlesworth’s Kent home, strikes all of these notes (page 56). Its focal point is the…

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pastures new

OUTDOOR DINING ROOM The oversized chandeliers work beautifully with the natural look of this barn-like structure, which the couple saved from ruin. Seminyak large rattan and bamboo pendants, £203 each, Woodpecker Interiors, are a similar style. Agen chairs, £30 each, Ikea DINING AREA Touches of blue in the painted antique chairs, window frames and worktop punctuate this space. Windsor stickback armchairs, £615 each, I & JL Brown, are a match. Drop One large pendant lights, £245 each, Original BTC KITCHEN Sophie has avoided fitted cupboards in favour of open shelving for a more rustic feel. Ekby Hensvik/Ekby Hemnes wall shelf, £23, Ikea, has a similar look. Moroccan stools, £60 each, Trouva, are a match When Sophie de Bajac’s husband, Pierre, asked her to…

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sunny delight

KITCHEN Sally chose bold-coloured units with eye-catching handles to make them stand out in this spacious, airy room. Bespoke units by Mother Hubbards; painted in Hicks’ Blue intelligent eggshell, £64 for 2.5L, Little Greene. Handles, £12 each, Linda Barker at Wren Kitchens. Merle pendants, £129 each, Artisanti. Calligaris bar stools, £209 each, Furniture Village When Sally Green and her husband Simon Wallace needed a larger home, closer to where they were both working in Leeds, they found a detached house near the city centre yet on the edge of the countryside. ‘It needed updating, but gave us the best of both worlds,’ says Sally, a part-time interior-design consultant. KITCHEN-DINER Views are enjoyed through the bifold doors during the day, while at night voile curtains provide privacy…

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life swap

Back in 2011, moving to the remote Scottish Highlands was not on Iona Drysdale’s to-do list. ‘I was working as a doctor in New Zealand and hadn’t planned to return to Scotland in the foreseeable future, when my uncle was taken ill,’ she says. ‘I came back for six months to spend time with him.’One of Iona’s uncle’s unfinished projects was an old fishing net store. ‘My uncle had bought it as a ruin and was planning to convert it into a house,’ she says. ‘He’d got as far as having the site cleared and levelled when he fell ill. He asked me if I’d like to take it over and I agreed.’ KITCHEN-DINER ‘I made the dining table and benches myself,’ says Iona. Try the Pedestal dining table,…

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second chance

DINING AREA The pendant lights provide a theatrical flourish in the couple’s pared-back scheme. You can find Philippe Starck Romeo Moon S2 pendant lights, £420 each, at The Conran Shop TV ROOM Hilary created this intimate space with French furnishings and an oak floor. Westland London sells similar antique stone fireplaces, from £7,000 Ottawa Barn once belonged to Ben Arthur’s father, Philip, as part of the farm he owned. When Ben and his wife Hilary took over the property in 2000, it was just bricks, roof and a dirt floor. ‘It had been a feed storage barn where animals were kept over winter, and there were two L-shaped extensions with mangers,’ says Hilary. ‘At first, our children had to sleep in what is now the pantry while…

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