The World of Interiors

The World of Interiors January 2020

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1 Common Room has taken a leaf out of the sketchbook of William Kil burn (WoI Oct 2014), a leading 18th-century textile designer. The result is two wallpapers inspired by foliage, ‘Old Oak’ and ‘Love Leaves’ (both £140 per 10m roll; the latter shown close-up). They are Sur-Flex printed (a technique that emulates block printing) in two colourways. Ring 07900 006309, or visit commonroom.co. 2 As is normal for longtime co-conspirators John Derian and Astier de Villatte, the Manhattan designer contributed the découpage inspired images on the ‘Hercules Juno Neptune’ mug ($156) and ‘Squash’ platter ($374) while the Paris-based atelier fashioned the hand crafted white-glazed terracotta forms. Ring 001 212 677 3917, or visit johnderian.com. 3 In 1997, the ‘Cassini-Huygens’ mission sent a probe to investigate Saturn and its planetary system. Closer…

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antennae roundup

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figures of fun

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THE LAND GARDENERS: CUT FLOWERS (by Bridget Elworthy and Henrietta Courtauld; Thames & Hudson, rrp £39.95) The authors were both lawyers who later retrained as garden designers. After meeting at their children’s nursery-school gate, they discovered a shared passion for plants and began a business, specialising in restoring walled spaces. These often have wonderfully rich topsoil from generations of gardening, but are now frequently the site of a swimming pool, or a tennis court, or are simply neglected and left to run to weeds. Following a chance encounter with a florist, who complained that she was unable to source lovely autumn species such as cosmos or dinner-plate-sized dahlias on the commercial market, the pair agreed, on a whim, to start a cutf lower business, growing their blooms organically at Bridget’s…

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serious pursuits

The writer Ruth Guilding, a WoI regular, was talking with friends recently when they collectively had a Marie Kondo moment. ‘Everyone agreed that we were living with half a lifetime of accumulated stuff,’ she says, ‘from pocket-money jumble-sale purchases to the bricolage of shabby student flats.’ It got them thinking: what if they emptied their attics and outhouses, cupboards and bottom drawers and together staged what the French call a vide-grenier? The result is THE INTERIORS BOOT SALE on 14 DECEMBER, when the trestle tables at Cecil Sharp House in Camden will groan under the weight of tasteful assortments. Marianna Kennedy, Veere Grenney, Nicky Haslam and plenty more have all signed up as stallholders. See you there, 10.30am sharp – blue Ikea bags highly recommended. Details: theinteriorsbootsale.com. BRITAIN UNTIL 31 JANUARY BOOKMARKET,…

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wall flowers