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The English Home

The English Home

March 2020

The English Home brings you seasonal British design and lifestyle throughout the year. Every issue includes quintessentially British kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and living rooms, with useful advice from leading interior designers and architects on how to achieve classic, elegant style.

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1 min.
a letter from home

How has 2020 started for you? I do hope just as you wish. The start of any new year, but especially a new decade, offers so much promise and opportunity. By the time we reach March, those dreams of transformative home projects are usually coming into sharp focus as firm resolutions are made and serious plans begin. With this in mind, this issue is devoted to implementing significant, life-enhancing home updates to help galvanise action. If you are seeking to upgrade your kitchen, we hope the five beautiful case studies (page 103) will inspire you to be brave and bold with colour, characterful fittings and even kitchen location. Those seeking to achieve more light and space with a conservatory or garden room will find decorative guidance (page 115) on ways to…

1 min.
behind the scenes...

Visiting Bowood House and Gardens I recently had the pleasure and privilege of interviewing the Marchioness of Lansdowne for My English Home (page 74). It was a delight to sit in her glorious sitting room, taking tea by the fire and then enjoy a tour of the private apartments. I’ve known and loved the gardens and woodlands since childhood but had always yearned to see the interiors, especially the use of Bowood Chintz. I hope I have been able to impart a sense of Bowood House’s delights. Introducing a new series Today’s interiors, architecture and green spaces owe an enormous debt to historic names who safeguarded critical heritage and set a course for future design. In a new series – Shaping Britain – Features Editor Eve Middleton looks first at those who left…

1 min.
the english home

EDITORIAL Editor-in-Chief Kerryn Harper-Cuss Executive Editor Samantha Scott-Jeffries Managing Editor Sarah Feeley Art Editor Claire Hicks Contributing Art Editors Matt Griffiths, Rebecca Stead Sub Editor Lea Tacey Decorating Editor Katy Mclean Features Editor Eve Middleton Homes & Lifestyle Editor Clair Wayman Editor-at-Large Kate Freud ADVERTISING Sales Director Cameron Hay 020 7349 3712; cameron.hay@chelseamagazines.com Head of Market Freddy Halliday 020 7349 3744; freddy.halliday@chelseamagazines.com Advertisement Manager William Bernard 020 7349 3749; william.bernard@chelseamagazines.com Advertisement Account Executive Madeleine Burgess 020 7349 3711; madeleine.burgess@chelseamagazines.com Advertisement Sales Executive Jasmin Nissa Shaw 020 7349 3732; jasmin.shaw@chelseamagazines.com Advertising Production 01202 472781; allpointsmedia.co PUBLISHING Chairman Paul Dobson Chief Operating Officer Kevin Petley Chief Financial Officer Vicki Gavin Director of Media James Dobson Managing Director Sales & Create Steve Ross Publisher Caroline Scott Circulation Manager Daniel Webb EA to Chairman Sarah Porter ONLINE Digital Product Manager Ben Iskander Email & Digital Creative Manager Jenny Choo PRODUCTION Reprographics Manager Neil Puttnam Printing William Gibbons Ltd…

2 min.
home comforts


1 min.
oasis of calm

March affords the perfect excuse to refresh the bedroom with the advent of National Bed Month. Indulge in new furniture with elegant carved-wood details and co-ordinate with soft furnishings and accessories in pale hues to create a comforting, inviting scheme. Keep surfaces tidy to promote the sense of entering a relaxing space, with smaller items hidden away yet easily accessible. FEATURE SUZANNA LE GROVE PHOTOGRAPHS (JULIE BRENDEL) © SIMON ELDON; (STONEGLOW) © ADAM MULTON/JAMES REYNARD…

1 min.
country spirit

As we head towards spring, it is timely to refresh interiors by taking inspiration from nature’s uplifting palette. Look to natural oak dressers with dainty floral china displayed on the shelves or update kitchen walls with charmingly rustic tiles in soft green hues. With thoughts turning to the garden, a pair of smart gardening gloves and wellies adorned with a sweet motif will add to the pleasure of spending time outdoors. FEATURE SUZANNA LE GROVE PHOTOGRAPH (TITCHMARSH & GOODWIN) © FIONA MURRAY…