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Ideal Home

Ideal Home September 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Ideal Home is Britain's best-selling interiors magazine and has been empowering home-owners to make the most of their properties for over 80 years. The magazine covers every aspect of contemporary living, from a wide range of transformed houses, kitchens and bathrooms.

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Chez Richmond is usually looking less than its best by the end of summer, once the littlest Richmonds have blazed a holiday trail through the place, leaving ice-lolly stains, deflated space hoppers and Lego bricks in their wake. The clean-up operation develops into an epic clear-out – a decluttering, organising and restocking binge that sees us moving into autumn calm and ahead of the game. If you’re also feeling the ‘urge to purge’ (as Ma Richmond calls it), look out for our Store & Order logo throughout this issue – it highlights all the best ideas and solutions for a smooth-running home.…

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need to know

YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST… JOHN LEWIS & PARTNERS LAUNCHES 3D SHOPPING Yup, John Lewis & Partners has gone all futuristic on us, with its ‘Visualise Your Space’ 3D-shopping experience. Start by replicating your room via an in-store tablet, with dimensions, windows and flooring, along with a huge library of options to add similar furniture, wall colour and soft furnishings. Then you add your potential new purchases, put on the Virtual Reality goggles and step from the shop floor into your home. It’s the closest you’ll get to ‘try before you buy’, letting you re-arrange the furniture and check that the proportions work. Ideal for anything from art or rugs to sofas and coffee tables, it’s being trialled in the Kingston, Cambridge and Horsham stores. WE KEEP SEEING... VELVET LIGHTING Add a little extra zhuzh…

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9 metallic accents

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‘this house makes me feel very calm’

Kitchen-diner ‘It’s wonderful being able to open the doors to make the garden an extension of the ground floor,’ says Sophie. ‘The boys spend nearly all their free time outside now.’ BUY THE KEY PIECES Losange chair, £1,098, Anthropologie. Antique Pewter task light is similar, £29, Beautiful Halo. Carlie light blue flatwoven rug, £39.99, Wayfair Five years ago, Sophie Klatt and Jim Ryan were renting a property in Parsons Green, west London, but they needed a larger house where they could put down roots, with enough space for Jim’s three teenage children to come and stay. ‘When I saw this house, I loved the fact that it was spacious and that the layout had much more potential than our previous home,’ says Sophie. ‘A lot of Victorian houses are very “up and down”,…

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global style

Dress up a neutral sofa Refined rattan side tables and embroidered cushions in rich brown and sandy tones give a simple space a global edge. WHERE TO BUY Bora coffee table, £498; side table, £278; rug, from £198; Bellissima chandelier, £548, all Anthropologie Use a rug as a wall hanging Who said rugs are just for floors? Give a neutral room a lift by using one over the back of a sofa or as oversized wall art. WHERE TO BUY Cronin cotton rug, from £25.99, Wayfair, would work here. Coco three-seater sofa, £749, Sofology Build a collection of artisan ceramics Choose tactile finishes with hand-glazed and free-hand pattern and imperfect shapes, so they look like one of a kind pieces rather than high-street buys. WHERE TO BUY Feliz solid oak sideboard, £999; Vita vase, £40; Hambro vase, £30;…

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is it okay to have dinner in front of the tv?

Yes “It’s important to have some downtime” Sarupa Shah, 46, lives with her partner Michael Robinson in a two-bedroom garden flat in northwest London. Sarupa is a personal development coach and mentor (thesoulagentblog.com). ‘During the week, our evening meals are always timed to coincide with EastEnders or a cookery programme, such as MasterChef, on Wednesdays. We spend all day speaking to clients, and it’s just nice to have some downtime when we can both stop talking and focus on something relatively mindless while we sit on the sofa and eat our dinner. Besides, neither of us were allowed to eat in front of the TV when we were growing up, so it does feel a bit rebellious! “ Sitting in front of unchallenging TV allows us to reflect on the day and process everything…