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ELLE Decoration UK Jan 2017

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
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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this month’s contributors

(INTERVIEWS: SARAH MORGAN PICTURE: ANNA KERN)Nicola RewInstagram @littlerewProfession IllustratorFeature Winter warmers, p17Likes Dancing, cinnamon buns, EbayDislikes Rats, rude people, whistlingInteriors style Mid-century meets print clash and colour. But in an organised way!Dream buy The perfect reading chair. I’m always on the lookout for it, but have yet to find itDesign heroes Charles and Ray Eames – I love how their work crossed over and combined so many fieldsDream destination Next on my list is India – I’m excited about the food, the colours and the jewellerySanna Fyring LiedgrenWebsitehomegrownswedes.comProfession Cook and stylistFeature Some enchanted evening, p98Home I live in a turn-of-the-century house, very much influenced by the English and American Arts and Crafts movement. The garden is very big, and is planted with lots of fruit trees and bushes full of…

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’tis the season to be cosy

(PICTURE: EMMA WEBSTER)Winter, brrr, even the word sounds cold. And, I confess, I am someone who needs to be warm at all times. The only reason I survive this season is because it’s when home really comes into its own. Nothing quite beats the glorious feeling of warmth that envelops you as you step over your threshold, the pleasure of curling up on the sofa (assuming you get a spare moment) snuggled up in a blanket with a mug of hot chocolate, or the simple gratitude I feel to be safely indoors when rain or gales storm outside (assuming my roof is no longer leaking). But, terrifying fact, the average home is thought to be more polluted than a busy street corner, with The Royal College of Physicians estimating 99,000…

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GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBEReceivea Rituals ‘Spring Garden’ reed diffuser worth over £25 Save over £17across the year on the magazine’s shop price Never miss an issueFree delivery, direct to your door every month Exclusive subscriber coversPlus, join the ELLE Decoration VIP ClubGIFT WORTH OVER £25TO SUBSCRIBE SECURELY ONLINE, VISIT OUR WEBSITE hearstmagazines.co.uk/ec/jan17OR CALL 0844 322 1769 QUOTING 1EC10820. LINES OPEN MON–FRI 8AM–9.30PM, SAT 8AM–4PMTerms and conditions Offer valid for new UK subscriptions by Direct Debit only. *After your first six issues, your subscription will continue at £17.50 every six issues, unless you are notified otherwise. All orders will be acknowledged and you will be advised of the start issue within 14 days. Subscriptions may be cancelled by providing 28 days’ notice. Minimum subscription term is six issues. Free gift is…

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1 live the hygge life

‘Hygge’ is the biggest buzzword around right now, but what can we tell you about it that’s new? Firstly, the word’s meaning is so fluid that lots of people get confused about what it actually is. It’s almost impossible to translate succinctly, encompassing the idea of cosiness, safety, togetherness, contentment, relaxation and being kind to yourself. You can enjoy hygge while having a good meal with friends and family, or on your own, doing very little at all. It’s about taking pleasure in life, or ‘being, not having,’ says Danish author Louisa Thomsen Brits. I can’t pronounce it! Danish can be a tongue -twisting language for English speakers. Hygge is pronounced ‘hue-gah’ – ‘hue’ as in colour, ‘gah’ almost like the first three letters of ‘girl’. Where does the word…

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6 soft touches

1 Habitat’s ‘Gus’ rug is made from soft wool and has a deep pile that will be super-cosy underfoot. £400 (habitat.co.uk)2 Take your lead from the Scandinavians and make sheepskins your winter staple. ‘Herdwick’ sheepskin by Toast. £129 (toa.st)3 Wrap up post-soak with this set of ‘Hydrocotton’ towels. From £5 for a face cloth, The White Company (thewhitecompany.com)4 Chilly toes? Get yourself a pair of cashmere bed socks. Our favourites are these ivory ones from Brit brand Celtic + Co. £69 (celticandco.com)5 Could this be the ultimate fireside chair? We think so. ‘The Tired Man’ lounge chair by By Lassen, from £2,599, Skandium (skandium.com)6 In steel, leather and brass, this ‘Emma’ log basket by Eldvarm is an elegant storage option. £354, Amara (amara.com)7 Made in Sweden and lined with sheepskin,…

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7 books to curl up with

Sensual Homeby Ilse Crawford (Quadrille, £9.99)Farrow & Ball: How to Decorateby Joa Studholme and Charlotte Cosby (Mitchell Beazley, £30)Plain Simple Useful: The Essence of Conran Style by Terence Conran (Conran, £25)The Iconic Houseby Dominic Bradbury and Richard Powers (Thames & Hudson, £35)The Natural Homeby Hans Blomquist (Ryland Peters & Small, £19.99)David Hicks: A Life of Designby Ashley Hicks (Rizzoli, £53)Billy Baldwin: The Great American Decoratorby Albert Hadley (Rizzoli, £52)Design Masterclassby Kelly Hoppen (Jacqui Small, £26)Axel Vervoordt: Wabi Inspirations(Flammarion, £45) ■…

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