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Living Etc

November 2019

Your life made easier - every day. Livingetc, Britain's best-selling modern homes magazine, is the premium glossy magazine for the design-conscious homeowner. Smart and stylish, it's the only homes title successfully to bridge the gap between fashion and interiors.

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stand out

This month is all about confident design and decoration. Big, bright, bold looks that are original, and that stand out. This theme runs through every page in the issue. Start with the gorgeous house features. The house in our cover story, owned by the artisan bakers behind Fabrique (the best cinnamon buns in London!), knows its mind, mixing dark and dramatic features with feminine and pretty details; art and design writer Kimberlie Birks’ duplex apartment in Manhattan is an original interpretation of boho (such as the design classic chairs used alongside floor cushions); and rock ’n’ roll property developer John Hitchcox’s London pad has an indoor garden with retractable roof, a structural pillar shaped like a giant chairleg and a basement with a playroom, dance floor and sunken swimming pool. Enjoy…

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living etc

editorial EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Sarah Spiteri EXECUTIVE EDITORS Kate French and Pip McCormac GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR Emma Williams GROUP CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Anne Esden COMMERCIAL EDITORIAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Jane Akers HOMES CONTENT TEAM EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Rhoda Parry HOUSES EDITOR Mary Weaver ASSOCIATE EDITOR Busola Evans INTERIORS EDITOR Emma Thomas NEWS EDITOR Maudie Manton NEWS AND FEATURES EDITOR Thea Babington-Stitt FEATURES AND TRAVEL WRITER Patrick Hamilton Courtney SHOPPING EDITOR Holly Phillips CONTRIBUTING STYLE EDITOR Hannah Franklin DIGITAL CONTENT DIRECTOR Holly Boultwood ACTING DIGITAL CONTENT DIRECTOR Stephanie Wood DIGITAL EDITOR HOMES GROUP Amy Cutmore ONLINE EDITOR Lotte Brouwer ACTING ONLINE EDITOR Jacky Parker HEAD OF ART OPERATIONS Alison Walter ART EDITOR Meredith Davies DESIGNER Charlotte Holland HEAD OF SUBS OPERATIONS Maxine Clarke HUB CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Jennifer Spaeth SENIOR SUB-EDITORS Marian McNamara and Karen Wiley WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO Mel Algar, Elizabeth Chung and Isabel Cruz EDITORIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Nicola Tillman DEPUTY EDITORIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Clare Willetts ART PRODUCTION DESIGNER Chris Saggers publishing GROUP…

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everyone’s talking about…

1 SIXTIES FEVER Prepare for a retro revival as The Crown season 3 hits our screens on 17 November, plunging us into Palace life in 1964. And while we doubt we’ll see Her Majesty kicking back on a Verner Panton chair head-to-toe in Mary Quant, you can bet there will be Bubble hairdos, pastel skirt suits and royal scandals galore. 2 COMPETITIVE TABLE ART No longer the preserve of the faux-rustic alfresco wedding breakfast, the ELT (Elaborately Laid Table) is certified social media catnip, and you’ll need Murano glassware, vintage linen tablecloths, Astier de Villatte-this and scallop-edged-that to compete. Stock up at The Edition 94 (pictured). 3 BRAVE BEIGE Not‘blah’ifapproached with floor-to-ceiling panache. Check out the Kelly Wearstler-designed rooms in Santa Monica’s just-opened Proper Hotel, featuring cool OTT proportions, playful textures and midcentury styling that…

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gloss over

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news

THE POWER PATTERN curious incident Timid decorators, shut your eyes. Pierre Frey’s latest wallpaper line, Les Dessins 4, really isn’t for the faint-hearted (it’s for the young at heart). Take the Curiosities paper, shown, which sees shells, starfish, butterflies and bugs floating in orbit against diamonds, pearls and blingy gold-chain divides. In times that often seem to favour the minimal, Scandinavian-feel interior, it’s a print capable of single-handedly sparking the renaissance of the slightly bonkers bathroom, even if just confined to your downstairs loo. Elsewhere, a collection in collaboration with French furniture designer Christian Astuguevieille sees classical motifs stamped with a graffiti-like latticework, securing Pierre Frey’s position as one of the bravest, boldest design studios on the scene. Curiosities FP589001 wallpaper in 001 Nocturne, £93.60 linear m, Pierre Frey at Design Centre…

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