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House and Garden March 2018

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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NICOLA HARDING Interior and garden designer ‘I was obsessed with the peculiar alchemy that makes a house a home,’ Nicola Harding says of her younger self. After university, she was torn between going into interior or garden design, initially choosing the latter and working under Arne Maynard for five years. Having learned about the importance of ‘craftsmanship, playfulness and expressing the spirit of a place’, Nicola set up her own business in 2008. She has since worked on residential and commercial projects in both interior and garden design, including the eighteenth-century house in Bath featured in this issue (pages 92–101). When in need of inspiration, Nicola will pay a visit to Christopher Howe’s shop in Pimlico Road: ‘To me, Christopher is the pinnacle of good taste; I admire his ability to decipher…

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from the editor

Colour has the power to uplift, to suffocate, to soothe and to energise; it has to be the most transformative decoration tool at our disposal. I happen to be writing this while travelling through India, the land where colours riot unrestrained over humble building façades, on joyfully decorated trucks and in the metres and metres of cloth that drape every fruit stall, animal and person. Legendary American Vogue editor Diana Vreeland described pink as ‘the navy blue of India’ and without a doubt people here have a very easy relationship with this and a multitude of other bright and clashing hues, all used in ways that are so casually uplifting. Navy blue, while a very accommodating, ‘good taste’ colour, tends to be used by us as the bold but safe option.…

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starry, starry lights


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collected treasures

Collect – the Crafts Council’s annual fair for museum-quality, contemporary craft – will return for its fourteenth year this month (February 22–25). Head to the Saatchi Gallery in the King’s Road, SW3 for the four-day selling show, where galleries from across the world will be presenting work – including ceramics, textiles, furniture, sculpture and metalwork – by over 250 designers and makers. Collect stalwarts, such as Sarah Myerscough, Joanna Bird and London Glassblowing, will be among the 38 galleries exhibiting, but new names have also been added to the line-up. Look out for Guilded, a Dorset-based collective that specialises in furniture and art by British artists and studios and the Milan-based ESH Gallery, which focuses on contemporary ceramics, metalwork and glass. There is also a chance to spot emerging design…