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House and Garden July 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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this month’s contributors

TOM BROOKSBANK Architect Childhood holidays in Bavaria inspired Tom Brooksbank to become an architect: ‘We spent a lot of time in rococo churches and at Neuschwanstein Castle.’ After working at practices in London and New York, Tom set up his own studio in 2012 with Alan Collins. His favourite project has been a town-house refurbishment in Chelsea that ‘was like making a silk purse from a sow’s ear’. His knack for transformation is displayed in the Yorkshire house from page 86, which won him a RIBA Regional Award. Who has inspired your taste? ‘Enzo Mari for design, Gianni Agnelli for how to wear a watch and Winston Churchill for his choice of cigars.’ BETHAN HYATT Deputy chief sub-editor ‘I’ve been a sub-editor from the get-go – it was probably my destiny, given my lifelong obsession with magazines…

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from the editor

I spent yesterday in our garden giving it a much needed sort-out for summer. We moved there five years ago and soon after built a studio at the end, but otherwise we have simply tweaked and added to the previous owners’ planting. We have had some help from a family friend who runs a garden maintenance company, but mostly I have enjoyed pottering about in it. As have our children – although my five-year-old seems to favour the secateurs above all else and snips away at anything and everything the minute I turn my back. Now, seeing the city gardens that Elizabeth Metcalfe has pulled together for this month’s ‘Design ideas’ (from page 53), I wonder if we could have been a bit more ambitious with our little London rectangle.…

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great outdoors

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4 min.
family affair

I don’t know how I did all of these,’ says 98-year-old Mary Pattinson, looking over a table piled high with samples of fabric that she designed in the late Forties and Fifties. It is a rather astonishing output considering they were all designed in a seven-year period before Mary began to have children. Having studied fashion design in the Thirties, Mary soon turned her focus to print design and started doodling on bits of old envelopes. ‘I would sit by my bedroom window in my parents’ house in Somerset and draw all day long.’ Soon Mary was taking her designs round the Manchester cotton mills and went on to sell her patterns to companies including Liberty. ‘I sold each design for seven-and-a-half guineas, which seemed a reasonable fee.’ Her colourful and…