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House and Leisure November 2018

House and Leisure – For those who want to celebrate all aspects of contemporary, stylish living in South Africa. House and Leisure is more than just a décor magazine. It’s the local premium brand with authority on Stylish SA at Home and Play. A source of warmth and pride, loved for celebrating the positives of life in South Africa, it’s the only decor home magazine that also offers strong leisure and lifestyle editorial content. Please note: this digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items you would find on printed newsstand copies.

Land:
South Africa
Språk:
English
Utgiver:
Associated Magazines (Pty) Ltd
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editor’s letter

The other night, while randomly flicking through channels trying to calm myself down after a torturous two hours of getting our three-year-old into his own bed, I stumbled on Sofia Coppola’s cooler-than-cool 2006 movie, Marie Antoinette. It’s not a recent release, of course – I have noticed a pattern in which I tend to re-view older favourites on repeat. (And that’s in addition to endlessly watching The Voice and America’s Got Talent reruns on YouTube, because who wouldn’t want to hear a subversive moody cover of Kylie Minogue’s ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’?)Anyway, I digress: back to the teen queen. As I watched, I started to take in all the little details that I had missed during previous viewings. The thin grosgrain ribbon that’s used as a…

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*how to use the qr codes

Find the QR code reader in your smartphone’s Facebook app by typing in ‘QR Code’ in the search bar at the top of the page. Select the result that says ‘QR Code’ and scan the code. ■…

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houseandleisure .co.za

1 DRIVE BY We show you how to take in the Cape’s breathtaking scenery from a classic Cobra – a new way to explore the breezy coastline or sunsplashed Winelands. DISCOVER YOUR CITY: LOVED FOR ITS HISTORICAL ELEGANCE,THE ANTI-TRADITIONAL ART DECO MOVEMENT RESULTED IN SOME OF SOUTH AFRICA’S MOST BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS. JOIN US AS WE TAKE A LOOK THROUGH THEIR BYGONE SOPHISTICATION. 3 HIDDEN STORIES Enjoy an excerpt from noteworthy collector’s tome, Hidden Johannesburg, in which – alongside superb photography from Alain Proust – well-known author Paul Duncan offers a snapshot of 28 of Joburg’s architecturally and culturally significant buildings. 4 #HLMY LUXURY Along with five leading South African creatives, the House and Leisure team share their biggest luxuries…

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IMAGE FEATURES FRANCES GOODMAN’S ‘LICKETY LICK’ (2018), HAND-STITCHED SEQUINS, CANVAS, FOAM, MDF; 63×90CM.COPYRIGHT FRANCES GOODMAN, IMAGE COURTESY OF SMAC GALLERY, SMACGALLERY.COM. ■…

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modern mix

CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM LEFT Paint in Sparkling Lemon Lime (Y6-A1-1), Plascon; Art Deco occasional chair R28 750, Robert Sherwood Design; Velvet stool in Green R1 399, @home; ‘Bristle Disguise’ sculpture by Walter Oltmann POR, Goodman Gallery or Robert Sherwood Design; Gatsby wallpaper in Midnight from the Gatsby collection by Khrôma R1 520/10m roll, Dreamweaver Studios; Zeppelin Angled modular sofa in Easy Velvet II fabric in 409 by Mavromac R112 465 (set of two units; 0.65×2.1m; includes back cushions) and scatter cushions in Easy velvet in 485 from the South Fabric Collections by Mavromac R2 500 each, both Okha; scatter cushions in Casamance fabric R1 900 each, Robert Sherwood Design; Roman Nights sprayed four-door chevron-patterned server with black epoxy-coated frame R17 990 (0.8×1.8mm), LIM; Copycat Modern Sphere table lamp by…

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it’s in the details

(PHOTOGRAPH: CARLA LATSKY) One of my favourite luxury brands is Cape Town-based Missibaba, which makes a beautiful range of leather bags. I own one and, as I’ve never been a delicate type, I’ve treated it horribly over the years as my daily bag – yet it’s still in great shape.Some years ago, we were at Missibaba’s Bree Street branch and a friend of a friend went into the shop to take a look. When he came out, he questioned their prices, asking why he would bother buying one of their bags if he could get a Gucci for the same price. We were amazed by his lack of consideration for the product, for the craftsmanship, the creativity, and the time spent on making it. It wasn’t because he’d seen a…

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