Country Homes & Interiors

Country Homes & Interiors Jul-2018

Published by TI Media Limited Relaxed living…comfortable style Country Homes & Interiors is the magazine that celebrates the best of modern country decorating style. Inspired by the spirit of today's relaxed living, you'll find page upon page of gorgeous real homes, plus a fresh take on country decorating.

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United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Future Publishing Ltd
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things i’ve seen, done and loved this month

The ‘old meets new’ ethos of country life and style continues to reinvent and thrive. Our history and heritage very much inspire the type of period property we dream of living in – Georgie Jones’ 300-year-old Hampshire cottage (page 32) is the perfect example. But, equally, the new generation of country women are stamping their style on the clean lines of more recent buildings, as Vanessa Roberts’ stunning remodelled 1950s house in Kent shows (page 22). Whether their property is aged or mid-century, the owners have each styled their home with an of-the-moment country look that’s right for them. Modern interpretations of classic vintage are also in vogue this summer. Turn to page 60 to see how age-old armoires, chandeliers and bedsteads have been refreshed with contemporary, cross-culture pieces. It’s this…

2 min.
things we can’t live without july

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home notes

Into the blue Make a statement in the kitchen with an Aga in one of the gorgeous new coastal shades, like this one inspired by the colour of the sea around the idyllic harbour town of Salcombe, in Devon. This three-oven Dual Control costs from £11,020. OUR FAVOURITE DESIGNER MAKER Olive + Daisy Louise Schofield lives and works on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. Using her passion for sewing, she started off making soft furnishings and accessories, which developed into designing her own prints and then launching her brand, Olive + Daisy in 2015. She now makes and sells many printed linens and home textiles using the vintage sewing machines in her workshop, as well as co-ordinating wallpaper and lampshades. What inspires you? The great outdoors, walks with my gorgeous Labradors, Olive, Daisy…

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garden notes

GET DEADHEADING To keep bedding plants in fine fettle and encourage more flowers, you’ll need to deadhead. Make light work of it with the handy Hip Trug, which clips to a belt or pocket and leaves hands free for deadheading or fruit picking. Slip it quickly out of its neoprene sleeve to empty. In two sizes: 1.5L, £9.95, and 3L, £12.95, both from Harrod Horticultural. Q&A WITH A SHARING GARDENER What’s new at RHS Hampton Court? We asked the influential landscape designer and author Piet Oudolf about his first installation at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show this July. What encouraged you to take part? The Royal Horticultural Society asked me to create an installation that reflects my naturalistic planting style. The beautiful venue appealed to me, and I hope to inspire people with my…

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food notes

We want this now... Bring a floral touch to your cookware with this new, limited-edition Le Creuset collection. Embossed with flowers, Fleur has a matt white base, giving even the heaviest pieces a more delicate appearance. Use the cast-iron casserole to sauté peas and fresh mint to top toasted sourdough as a seasonal alternative to avocado. From £19 for a mini casserole, lecreuset.co.uk . OUR FAVOURITE MICRO GREENS GROWERS Nurtured in Norfolk Former chefs Allan Miller and Sue Drane started growing micro cress in 2010 after spotting the need for a more consistent product. Starting in their own greenhouse and supplying the restaurant they worked in, Nurtured in Norfolk now sends micro cress, micro herbs, edible flowers, baby, micro and sea veg and mint tips all around the UK, and to Michelin-starred restaurants. What’s so…

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helen round

Designer Helen Round creates beautiful hand-printed linen homeware and accessories, with designs inspired by the Cornish coast and countryside. In March she opened her first shop in a listed, converted stable block on the Mount Edgcumbe Country Park Estate in Cornwall. The shop is part of a collection of studios for local artisans and makers that surround the cobbled courtyard. We asked Helen to tell us more… WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO OPEN YOUR SHOP? It has always been a dream of mine to have a space where people can come and view our collection of hand-printed linens. So, when two workshops became available at nearby Mount Edgcumbe, this gave us the perfect opportunity to have a shop with an adjoining studio, so visitors can both see us at work and view…