Period Living July 2021

Period Living is Britain's best-selling period homes magazine, offering inspiration, ideas and advice on all aspects of owning an older property. Discover beautiful real homes and gardens to inspire you, insight into the latest decorating trends and interior products that work with a traditional property, guidance from experts on maintaining and improving your home, and lifestyle features with a nostalgic focus. If you appreciate the timeless elegance and original character of old homes updated for modern life, Period Living is the magazine for you.

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2 Min
editor’s letter

Imagine if your home was decorated and furnished in the style that it was originally built. Not new and pristine, but truly authentic, revealing the patina of years gone by. While we might cherish the character of period properties, there are few of us that want to live in a museum of the past. However, that’s exactly the environment two of our featured homeowners, Damon Wilkinson and Todd Law, have lovingly cultivated (from page 86). Their Art Deco home in Fife is a fascinating tribute to the 1930s – not necessarily to the iconic, glamorous designs for which the era is best remembered, but to everyday domestic life. Over the last few years, the couple have restored, decorated and furnished the property as authentically as possible, with even their appliances…

2 Min
your journal

STAR LETTER SEW HOMELY Your lockdown house portrait challenge last summer motivated me to finish a project that I started in the 1990s. Back then, I decided to embroider pictures of the two houses we had owned by that time, and while I finished the first, the second spent twenty years unfinished. Your challenge inspired me and I fished them out of the drawer and completed the second house. I decided to mount them on maps and to mark the location of each house. They are now hanging in our hallway and my husband is asking when our current gorgeous Edwardian house will be done. Thank you for inspiring me! Jan Tregidgo MASTER OF DISGUISE I wanted to share what I’ve been up to during lockdown. I have been busy painting a trompe l’oeil…

4 Min

Colour confidence With the aim to make choosing paint a more pleasurable experience, Little Greene has refreshed its Colours of England and Colour Scales paint cards, adding 14 new shades. Showcasing 196 colours, the cards span over 300 years of interior design, including many authentic colours from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, alongside a palette of contemporary shades. Perfect for bringing summer warmth, this Indian Yellow, £48.50 for 2.5ltrs of Absolute Matt emulsion, is named after the traditional oil pigment used by fine artists. SOUK STYLE Introducing Moroccan Bazaar, purveyor of exquisite furniture, lighting and accessories handcrafted in Morocco using traditional techniques. Discover a dazzling array of pieces, from intricately carved wooden tables to Kasbah pierced brass pendant lights, and mirror frames inlaid with mother of pearl. Established in 2006, the brand…

2 Min
eye on design

Tell us about the Sanderson One Sixty collection It’s 160 years since Arthur Sanderson began selling a unique style of wallpaper from his showroom in London’s Soho Square. In the decades that followed, Sanderson rose to become one of the most influential names in interior design. Our latest collection, Sanderson One Sixty, is a celebration of iconic design; a compilation of favourite wallpapers and fabrics. Famous florals and countryside-inspired motifs have been reimagined into a distinctive colour palette that sees statement brights alongside a range of classic colourways. Premium surfaceprinted wallpapers, plush velvets, smart cottons and unbleached linens retain Sanderson’s craftsmanship, with many iconic designs, such as Rose & Peony, Hollyhocks and Amanpuri, translated into wallpaper for the first time. What’s the enduring appeal of Sanderson florals? Florals are a signature look for…

2 Min
savour summer

1 Min
lazy days