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ELLE Decoration UK

ELLE Decoration UK April 2021

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ELLE Decoration UK showcases the world’s most beautiful homes and makes good design accessible to everyone through its mix of styles, products and price points. Combining all the inspiration, information and ideas you need to bring your home to life, it is the authority on trends, style and contemporary design.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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12 Issues

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2 min.
from the editor

I’ve discussed my giddy obsession with the late interior designer David Hicks before. In my opinion, his bold geometric patterns, decadent drapes and dark walls, plus a clever use of modern art and striking furniture, make him the undisputed king of decorating. As we head into a second year of – seriously FML – lockdown, I’m increasingly finding solace poring over photos of his work. There’s a sense of desperately-needed escapism to his schemes with their clashing colours and sexy 1960s vibes. Louche, decadent and above all joyful, they’re proof that interiors can be uplifting. As we approached this issue, dedicated to transforming your space at the start of a new season, this idea of its mood-boosting effects was at the forefront of our minds. We’ve researched rigorously, making sure the…

1 min.
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1 min.
bread winner

This month sees the launch of Toogood Homeware, the first collection of home accessories from British designer Faye Toogood. Created to complement the studio’s sculptural furniture, the range includes ‘Dough’, a pleasingly plump and curvaceous set of tableware that plays on the parallels in the kneading process of both baking and pottery. Available in two matt glazes, cream and charcoal, the six-piece set includes a mug, jug, bowl, platter, vase and centrepiece. From £38 for a mug (t-o-o-g-o-o-d.com).…

1 min.
leading lights

Furniture and homeware brand Arteriors has joined forces with award-winning, New York-based multidisciplinary studio Workshop/APD for its first ever designer collaboration. The 48-strong collection of lighting and accessories revolves around the artisanal processes of ‘Glaze’, ‘Bend’, ‘Roll’ and ‘Cut’, and bears Workshop/APD’s signature ‘crafted modern’ aesthetic – think lighting with crackle-glazed shades, chalky ceramic trays with gently rolled edges and geometric mirrors spliced with tinted intersections. ‘Glaze’ floor lamp, £1,688; ‘Glaze’ sconces, from £460; ‘Datum’ mirror, £1,652 and ‘Glaze’ lamp, £1,101 (arteriorshome.com).…

1 min.
nomad spirit

Interior designer Nathalie Deboel’s first foray into furniture is the ‘Nomad’ collection. Handcrafted in her native Belgium, the idea for the pared-back series was born from research into nomadic cultures and the resourcefulness of their way of life – such as the use of wooden sticks to build temporary shelters and furniture. The result is a sleek yet simple suite of pieces crafted from oak or walnut poles, including an armchair and bookcases. From £4,171 for an armchair (nathaliedeboel.be).…

1 min.
ritual union

Finland and Japan share a cultural kinship for many things, but good design and bathing rituals are two of the most pronounced. So, when Japanese designer Koichi Futatsumata was invited to create a piece of furniture for Artek as part of the brand’s ‘FIN/JPN Friendship Collection’, he looked to the realm of wellness. ‘Kiulu’ is the Finnish word for the buckets used in public baths and saunas in both countries, and forms the basis of the ‘Kiulu’ bench – plywood storage buckets flank both ends for a multifunctional piece that can be used in any room. From £1,091 for a natural laquer finish, Aram Store (aram.co.uk).…