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House and Garden December 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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TINO ZERVUDACHI Interior designer At 18 years old, Tino Zervudachi was working as an assistant to the photographer Derry Moore on a shoot when he met David Mlinaric, who offered him a job on the spot. From this encounter, a partnership was born that would last until David’s retirement in 2005, at which time Tino bought the company, upholding its elegant and yet comfortable approach to design. Tino finds that ‘the key moments at the beginning of a project, when the vision of a room formulates’ are the most thrilling, and confesses a particular fondness for projects in the Mediterranean. The international nature of his lifestyle is reflected in the houses that he decorates (including the Austrian Alpine lodge from page 96) and his Christmas plans: ‘At home in the South of…

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from the editor

For me, the odd phenomenon of magazines being on sale a month ahead of their cover date is felt most keenly with the December issue. Christmas is not in November, when this issue is on sale, yet somehow the December issue must be filled with Christmassy things and shout Christmas all over its cover. But I imagine even the less organised among us – I fall into this category – are starting to think about Christmas at this stage, and ideas for both decorations and presents are a nudge in the right direction. I am also aware that there are plenty of people well on their way to completing their Christmas shopping at this point and some who have even wrapped all their presents by now (making me feel horribly…

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game of throws


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a tribute in textiles

Upon his death in 1837, Sir John Soane bequeathed his house, in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2, to the nation. Today, besides marvelling at his collection of art and curiosities, visitors to the museum discover the beauty of the rooms designed by one of Britain’s most original architects. Now The Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company, which is responsible for the damask-hung walls in historic houses across the country, has reproduced sections of the interiors and furniture from this treasure trove on fine silks, cottons, linens and damasks. It is an astonishing feat to render such dramatic images in fabric. The museum gave us free rein to bring it to life in our woven collections,’ explains The Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company’s managing director Emerson Roberts. Launched at Decorex in September, the Sir John Soane’s…

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four festive things to do

COURSES To spruce up your cards, enrol on a calligraphy course: try Alice Gabb’s workshop at Carousel, Marylebone (December 2, £70; alicegabb.com) or Meticulous Ink’s at The Makery in Bath (December 3, £48; themakery. co.uk). Learn to make wreaths with London-based florist Aesme at its studio in Shepherd’s Bush (December 9 and 16, £95; aesme.co.uk). POP-UPS AND ONE-OFFS Head to Present & Collect at Contemporary Applied Arts (November 16–December 23; caa.org.uk) for craft gifts; or The Design Museum Market, W8 (December 1–3; design museum.org) for unusual presents. Daylesford hosts The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds, with around 180 stalls (November 6–8, tickets from £5 online; cotswoldfair.com). FOR UNIQUE GIFTS Among the best open studio events in London are Cockpit Arts (Holborn, November 23–26; Deptford, December 1–3; cockpitarts.com) and Vanguard Court Studios, SE5 (December 2–3; vanguardcourt.org).…