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The World of Interiors

The World of Interiors February 2017

Get The World of Interiors digital magazine subscription today for the most influential and wide-ranging design and decoration magazine you can buy. Inspiring, uplifting and unique, it is essential reading for design professionals, as well as for demanding enthusiasts craving the best design, photography and writing alongside expert book reviews, round-ups of the finest new merchandise, plus comprehensive previews and listings of international art exhibitions.

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antennae

1 From the White House to your house: you don’t need presidential pretensions to campaign for Schumacher’s relaunched ‘Blue Room’ silk/linen lampas. Commissioned in 1902 by Theodore Roosevelt for Washington’s most famous home, it also found favour with Jackie Kennedy, who reused it in her celebrated 1961 refurbishment. Can you Trump that? The cost is £1,000 per m from Turnell & Gigon. Ring 020 7259 7280, or visit turnellandgigon.com. 2 Scarlette Ateliers uses traditional Indian craft techniques to create sophisticated textiles with a homespun purity. Its covetable bed linen includes this hand-embroidered cotton ‘Louise’ collection (far left) and a range with a woven blue stripe based on Mother Teresa’s sari. From £34 approx for a pillowcase. Ring 00 33 7 82 43 48 18, or visit scarletteateliers.com. 3 The Federalist’s 18th-centurystyle furniture…

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totes amazing

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side show

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books

ENGLISH HOUSES: INSPIRATIONAL INTERIORS FROM CITY APARTMENTS TO COUNTRY MANOR HOUSES (by Ben Pentreath; Ryland Peters & Small, rrp £29.95) People talk about Ben Pentreath. Architects say he is not ‘really’ an architect, collectors are cross with him for selling in his shop the things (column candlesticks, mocha ware, Curwen patterns) they ‘liked first’, and interior designers say he is not ‘really’ an interior designer. And then there are his 50,700 followers on Instagram and the readers of his stupendously popular weekly Inspiration blog about life with his handsome and creative husband Charlie McCormick – they leave comments such as ‘I love your words most ardently’ and ‘Thank you Ben for this beautiful hymn to life’s bounty’, which may have the elegantly restrained readers of The World of Interiors reaching…

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serious pursuits

Imagine a collection of drawings and watercolours by Constable, Turner, Ruskin and Gainsborough. Samuel Palmer is there; so too is Edward Lear. All in all, there are more than 1,500 of these works and many of them have never been on public display. This is just part of the fine-art collection of Eton College, and this year 40 of them form the loan exhibition at the WORKS ON PAPER FAIR, running 9-12 FEBRUARY at the Royal Geographical Society, London. The school’s rich artistic history is centuries old: since 1765 boys at the Berkshire institution have studied drawing under professional artists; consequently, a steady stream of these teenagers in tailcoats has gone on to become well-known artists, Howard Hodgkin among them; and then of course there are those collections... Fancy learning…

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capital stuff