The World of Interiors November 2018

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United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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1 Weav ing is as much an art form as a domestic craft for Catarina Riccabona, whose work features eco friendly materials that are often plantdyed or secondhand. Take the throws (from £840) at her Build ing with Thread exhibition, hosted by the New Craftsmen, which are made from yarns passed down from her grandmother. Until 31 October. Ring 020 7148 3190, or visit 2 Inspired by traditional designs, O&G Studio’s seating is handcrafted in its Rhode Island atelier by artisans often using 18thcentury methods. For all that, it’s far from oldeworlde. Shown: ‘Atlantic’ settee (from £5,880) and ‘Wayland’ highback armchair (from £1,224), which are available in 19 colours. Ring Staffan Tollgård on 020 7952 6066, or visit 3 Many of the skills and tools selftaught Grace Horne uses to…

united we weave

‘WE ARE a tribe,’ Lucy Vaughan, the owner and creative director of Vaughan Design, explains of the brand’s new collection. ‘Tribal’, which features patterned lampshades, cushions and an upholstered slipper chair, is the first collaboration to involve her daughter Emma. Vaughan has been a family affair from the outset: founded 35 years ago by Lucy and her husband, Michael, an artist, the brand started out producing contemporary takes on the column lamps that the couple had been selling in their stampsized antique shop in Putney. Emma joined in November 2017 after stints at Sotheby’s and an antique jewellery dealer on Bond Street; ‘Tribal’ is a way for her to make a mark on the company. The name also alludes to the origins of the fabrics that make this collection so distinct,…

in good spirits

Having farmed potatoes for 20 years, William Chase decided to try his hand at spirits with the launch of Chase Distillery in 2008, producing quality vodka and gin. Set in a 400-acre estate in Herefordshire, boasting some of the richest farmland in the world, the Chase family grows all of its own King Edward, Rosetta and Lady Claire potatoes for the distillery. Every batch of spirits is signed off by a member of the family, and today, William’s sons play a key role in the business. Harry, his eldest, runs the farm in Herefordshire, while James, the global brand ambassador, travels the world to spread Chase’s message Chase adopts traditional methods, which involve using a bespoke copper batch pot – one of the world’s tallest rectification towers standing at 21m – and…

antennae roundup

sunny delights


GREAT ENGLISH INTERIORS (by David Mlinaric; Prestel, rrp £39.99) This large, square, glossy volume is too well written to become a mere object in a (coffee) tablescape. The word – it’s a good one – was invented by David Hicks to describe the little treasures he would gather together in a carefully edited group to display an owner’s taste and discernment. David Mlinaric and photographer Derry Moore cover five centuries of English interiors, starting with the gorgeous Long Gallery of 15th-century Haddon Hall, with its bleached panelling and wide floorboards, and finishing with a 21stcentury pool and party room on one level of a three-storey basement under a Nash house on the edge of Regent’s Park in London. Mlinaric, an interior decorator for more than 50 years, is an insightful guide.…