Homes & Gardens

Homes & Gardens October 2020

Published by TI Media Limited Homes & Gardens celebrates the beauty of classic and contemporary style. Real-life homes with stunning photography deliver inspirational decorating while remaining real and relevant. Homes & Gardens is the ultimate sourcebook of beautiful ideas and detailed information, inspiring its readers to become their own interior designers.

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1 min.
editor’s letter

With this issue, we take the temperature of design today. In a special 12-page report, news and shopping editor Jo Bailey beautifully rounds up the style zeitgeist, covering 1970s nostalgia, the rise of weaving, sustainable thinking and much more. In the back section, our Masterworks feature showcases rooms designed by some of the world’s best-renowned names and reveals the thinking behind each decision. For our garden inspiration story, we asked three top names to tell us what to do outdoors this month. This new season has crept up on us, and so it’s time to think about the now and the next. With this letter, I’d also like to reveal the 2020 version of our annual Design Awards. In response to this year’s tumult, we felt it appropriate to rethink…

3 min.

THE HOT SEAT This season sees the launch of the Tessa armchair, £3,116, designed by Antonio Citterio for Flexform. Made from turned Canaletto walnut with a backrest and seat woven using textured paper rush cord, it’s a beautifully handcrafted piece that feels ‘of the moment’ yet built to last. The range includes a bench, ottoman and coffee table. LIGHTEN UP Inspired by a mutual love of colour and pattern, Pooky has joined forces with Matthew Williamson to debut a vibrant collection of 11 lampshade designs, launching this October. The designs have been developed using Matthew’s signature intricate patterns to offer a cheerful update for your favourite wall fittings, floor lamps or table lights. Available in varying sizes, from £35, at TABLE TALK String Furniture is partnering with Stockholm-based design practice TAF Studio to launch…

3 min.
one to watch

Q Tell us a little bit about your background? I studied at Edinburgh College of Art and went on to work in the interiors and creative industry in London for six years. I’ve been interested in natural dye for a while and in 2019 when I went freelance, I was able to enrol on a course with Zoe Burt at Morley College. I fell in love with the process and Studio Madder has organically grown from then on. € Q Where do you look to find inspiration? My natural surroundings are a constant source of inspiration, that’s one of the reasons I moved out of the city and to Wales. I read a lot of blogs by natural dyers, there is an amazing global community of dyers who are happy to share their…

3 min.
sculptural matter

HOME EXHIBIT Grouping pieces together under glass is a stunning way to show off your collectables. Glass Virtue cabinet, £1,400, Robert Shackleton at Princelet. Limited edition Womb Relax armchair, £7,878, Eero Saarinen for Knoll at The Conran Shop. Nibbe table, £260, Galvin Brothers. Sympoiesis vessel, £410, Viv Lee at Toast. Pablo stoneware ceramic candlestick, £550, Abigail Ozora Simpson. Soft dish, £225, Soft Soft Hard Group by Naomi Bikis at M.A.H Gallery. Hand-built stoneware in 04 Sand, £200; 03 Black, £175, both Tracy Dixon Ceramics. Petal Spine VI vase by Julie Nelson, £900; Fortune vessel by Ateme Ceramics, £350, both M.A.H Gallery. Tenanted vessel 2018 in olive ash, £2,000, Forest + Found. Zitoune blanket, £475, Lrnce at A New Tribe € CURVES IN ALL THE RIGHT PLACES As the striking furnishings and lighting here show,…

9 min.
style report

THE COLLECTION Two industry heavyweights join forces to create this season’s most exciting new designs When we heard that Morris & Co had teamed up with interior designer – and Morris enthusiast – Ben Pentreath (pictured), we knew we were in for something special. The Queen Square collection, named after the street that once housed the Morris & Co factory, revives Blackthorn and Daffodil from the archives, alongside cherished designs such as Willow Bough, all of which Ben has reimagined in olive green, burnt orange and vivid turquoise across 18 fabrics and papers. THE INNOVATION Exciting new textiles made using cutting-edge techniques push the boundaries Known for its experimental style, Kirkby Design has launched two hi-tech collections. Futurebound comprises nine decorative weaves created with methods that use electric needles to punch pattern into velvet, metallic…

1 min.
introducing our new bedroom range

We’ve long been fans of Naturalmat for its laudable sustainable ethos – it won the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development – and its dedication to craftsmanship, plus the fact that its mattresses and bedding are utterly cosseting and comfortable, so we’re delighted to have designed a range together. Featuring three statement beds with matching storage solutions, alongside luxurious organic bedding and bed linen, we think it’s your best chance at a perfect night’s sleep. SWEEPING CURVES We’re so taken by the Rosemoor bed, with its shapely curves that start on the headboard and flow down to the bed base. Padded with layers of organic lambswool, it is both a stylish and a comfortable focal point. From £1,950 1. EXTRA BOUNCE An extra high back with contemporary buttoning is seriously chic. The Clovelly’s bed base…