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House and Garden

House and Garden August 2017

House & Garden unlocks the door to an array of unique homes and outdoor features, ranging from town houses and converted barns to fabulous modern apartments and island retreats. Outdoor features are equally varied, including cottage gardens, water gardens and chic, city courtyards. House & Garden provides an invaluable sourcebook of ideas, from design and decoration to the best of travel, delicious recipes and fine wine. Britain’s most glamorous, inspiring and influential design and decoration magazine.

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WILLIAM YEOWARD Designer and shop owner ‘Luckily, I always knew I wanted to have a shop selling beautiful things made by talented artists who could realise my design dreams,’ says William Yeoward. Equally lucky are visitors to his shop on the King’s Road, which is full of covetable furniture, fabrics and glassware. Sources of inspiration include beautiful landscapes and architecture – from ‘a colourful Arab market to an exquisite eighteenthcentury manor house’. William lives in ‘simple, perfect Gloucestershire in a Victorian Gothic-style house at the head of a valley,’ which is the location of this month’s food story. He shares his favourite recipes for entertaining from page 119. In another life, you would beÉ ‘A shrink, so I can understand more about what folk like to buy.’ UWE SCHMIDT-HESS Architect While most 12-year-olds were…

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from the editor

This issue has got lots in it to amuse, inspire and put us in a summer mood – from Kyra Montagu and Simon Furlonger’s breezy beach life in the Dominican Republic (pages 59–65) to the wonderful garden at the dramatically sited Lismore Castle (pages 112–117) in Ireland, which is being sensitively developed by Lord and Lady Burlington, the son and daughter-in-law of the Duke of Devonshire. But strangely, one of the more remarkable things is the extraordinarily smart melamine and acrylic picnicware on display from page 15. When plastic picnic kit was suggested as the subject for our shopping pages, I was dubious. The pastelcoloured plates on offer in our local supermarket immediately sprang to mind. But what quickly emerged is there are now plastic plates and glasses out there…

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plastic fantastic

Top row from left ‘Chic & Matt’ acrylic tumblers (taupe), by Baci Milano, £9 each, from Amara. ‘Karira’ acrylic wine glasses, £38 for 4, from Oka. ‘St Tropez’ melamine fruit bowls (yellow), £20 each, from Nina Campbell. ‘Neo Barocco’ acrylic cocktail glass (silver), by Baci Milano, £9, from Amara. Melamine ‘Small Dallington Platter’, £38, from Oka. Middle row from left ‘Safari’ melamine plate, £17.50 for 4; and cereal bowl, £15 for 4; both from Marks & Spencer. ‘Evergreen’ acrylic dinner plate (taupe), by Baci Milano, £14, from Amara. ‘Dolce Vita’ acrylic flutes (amber), €18 eaAmara. Melamine ‘Small Dallington Platter’, £38, from Oka. Middle row from left ‘Safari’ melamine plate, £17.50 for 4; and cereal bowl, £15 for 4; both from Marks & Spencer. ‘Evergreen’ acrylic dinner plate (taupe), by Baci…

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rank & style

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turning the tables

After first meeting as interns at the fashion and culture magazine Acne Paper, Duncan Campbell and Charlotte Rey went on to found the London-based creative consultancy Campbell-Rey in 2014. Their slick and playful art direction has since seen them collaborate on projects with David Collins Studio, Rizzoli and Studio Toogood. The duo has now branched out into product design, having presented ‘Thierry’, their first collection of tables, at Milan Design Week in April this year. ‘Moving into creating objects felt like a natural step for us,’ says Duncan. It all kicked off last year when the duo were commissioned by The London Edition hotel to design a resin punchbowl to celebrate the first London Design Biennale. Soon after, they were asked to design limited-edition glass salt and pepper holders for 1stdibs. There…