The World of Interiors March 2019

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United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
12 期号



1 Create your own mini Kew Gardens Temperate House with a historic-style galvanised-steel greenhouse courtesy of DBG Classics. The Belgian company offers a range of both lean-to and free-standing options (from £5,850 approx) for you to build yourself or have a recognised crew in stall. Ring 00 32 55 61 21 25, or visit 2 Chelsea Textiles has created ten small-scale de signs, each reflecting the distressed quality of the antique documents that inspired them. The linens – all screen-printed by hand and some featuring a little of the embroidery for which the company is celebrated – could take the lead in a decorating scheme or play a supporting role, as curtain lining, for instance. Shown from top: ‘Daisy Trell is’, ‘Star’ and ‘Carnation’, which are available in a variety…

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antennae roundup

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bristol fashion

ONE CAN NEVER go to Paris too often. This chic city fulfils all the senses and inspires time and again – from its delectable food and wine to its elegant fashion houses and stylish interiors. Good taste lives in Paris; c’est la vie. Among the capital’s wealth of luxurious hotels, the timeless Le Bristol Paris has remained a top example of refined hospitality here since 1925. Guests find themselves enviably located on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the 8th arrondissement, in the heart of the shopping district (Champs-Elysées is a five-minute walk away) and close to the Grand Palais and Place de la Concorde. Emulating French values through its grand design and service, the hotel was awarded Palace distinction by the French minister of tourism in 2011 in recognition of its venerable…


MARY NEWCOMB: DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION (by William Packer and Tessa Newcomb; Lund Humphries, rrp £35) In a journal which she kept for just one year – in a standard office-desk diary from WH Smith started on New Year’s Day, 1986, when she was nearly 64 – the renowned self-taught painter Mary Newcomb (1922-2008) drew and articulated her responses to life with characteristic freshness and humour. These diary entries, in the form of both drawings and poetic notations, are the scaffolding of a book that beautifully illustrates Newcomb’s many paintings and sketches of rural Suffolk, as well as those she made on journeys to places such as Orkney, the French Riviera, Wales and Guernsey. In one pointed remark in her journal, she wrote: ‘The country is companionable. Towns are not’; in…

design week fabrics

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