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ENGLISH HOME

ENGLISH HOME

Dream Bedrooms

February 2017 | Issue 144 | £4.20 | UK Edition

August 2016 | Issue 138 | £4.20 | UK Edition

August 2015 | Issue 126 | £4.10 | UK Edition

COLOUR CONFIDENCE

SUMMER LIVING

Beautiful colour combinations and how to use them successfully

Relaxed decor, al fresco entertaining, water gardens & more

Design inspiration for the perfect sanctuary

In CO sig LO ht UR s fr IN om S P th IRA e T ex IO pe N rt s

Celebrating the essence of English style

Celebrating the essence of English style

Celebrating the essence of English style

Art on your walls

England’s most desirable villages

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From Cornish farmhouse to townhouse retreat

Bespoke murals & the artists in demand

Indoors & Outdoors Clever ways to blur the boundary between your home and garden

Influential gardeners Ideas from Andy Sturgeon, Chris Beardshaw, Rachel de Thame, Alys Fowler & more

Window dressings

Latest looks to frame the view

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STYLE SECRETS

Nicky Haslam, Joanna Wood, Atlanta Bartlett & Sasha Schwerdt on achieving informal yet elegant schemes

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Hidden tech

Clever solutions for period homes

Interior wishlist

DESIGNER SECRETS

Jane Churchill, Jenny Blanc, Katharine Pooley & Nicky Haslam reveal their essential style details

Desirable extras: boot rooms, walk-in pantries, dressing rooms & more

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Sanctuary

Media Pack 2017

Celebrating the essence of English style November 2016 | Issue 141 | £4.20 | UK Edition

CREATE A SUMPTUOUS

Sensual velvets, luxurious bedlinens, soothing scents

Modern country

Soft rustic looks made easy

Dine in style

Chic designs for dining rooms

Beautiful ways to create charm and restore period detail

Perfect settings

Hillside manor to coastal retreat

Touch of beauty

Embroidered fabrics & botanical motifs

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28 PAGES OF BEDROOM INSPIRATION

Celebrating the essence of English style October 2016 | Issue 140 | £4.20 | UK Edition

FABRICS & WALLPAPERS The most inspiring new season collections revealed

PHOTOGRAPH ANDREAS VON EINSIEDEL

Design inspiration for

DREAM BATHROOMS Beautiful looks • Design trade secrets • Smart showers, taps & more

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Style ingredients • Design secrets from the experts • Discreet technology

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28 PAGES OF BATHROOM INSPIRATION

Celebrating the essence of English style

Modern Classic

Beautiful bedrooms & comfortable beds

Elegant effects

Peaceful spaces Tranquil colours Indulgent textures

• Handblocked fabrics • Sophisticated lighting • New coral hues

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September 2016 | Issue 139 | £4.20 | UK Edition

NEW YEAR HONOURS

We reveal our annual edit of buys that deserve a place in your house

Create & convert

Creating the perfect blend of period and contemporary style

Sweet slumber

PHOTOGRAPH ALAMY/ANDREAS VON EINSIEDEL

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GARDEN LIVING SPECIAL

ADDING CHARACTER

KITCHENS FOR COOKS

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Garden Rooms

& OUTDOOR STYLE Decorating inspiration • Design trade secrets • Buyer’s guide to garden furniture

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Chic barn conversion Georgian-inspired manor Timber-framed new build

Beautiful bathrooms

Dreamy looks Clever layouts Specialist resources

Insights from the design legend

Design insights

Size

Joanna Wood Gavin Houghton Emma Sims Hilditch

& scale

The secrets to perfect proportion in room design

DESIGN RESOLUTIONS

Annabel Astor, Tricia Guild & Paolo Moschino on how to make braver decorating decisions

Sanctuary at home

SENSE OF HARMONY

Using subtle symmetry for interiors that feel balanced and calm

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Inviting bedroom ideas

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Touchable textures

Winter soul food

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Pair of silver pheasants (small), £2,000, Patrick Mavros

Cotswold

Adessa table lamp, Emerald, £755, Nicholas Haslam

Huntingdon round lantern in brass, £1,386, Vaughan

GRAND PLANS

WITH A TWIST

Verdure with Birds wallpaper, POA, Zardi & Zardi

Elegant period notes and just a touch of grandeur suit the formal ehtos and classical proportions of a manor home. Full-length curtains frame windows with beautiful vistas, wing armchairs look seriously smart as well as offering wrap-around shelter from chills when drawn close to an open fire, whilst printed patterns on walls, lights and fabrics, and a tapestry, too, add visual warmth.

Pheasant table lamp, Blue, £1,100, Nicholas Haslam

A historic dower house set deep within the Cotswold hills has been given a luxurious update

Armorial Coat of Arms log bin, £199, Cowshed Interiors

WORDS JO LEEVERS PHOTOGRAPHY RACHAEL SMITH

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Bespoke curtain poles by Royal warrant holder Hunter & Hyland, POA

Lennox wing chair with hand-carved detail, £4,688 plus 8.5 metres of fabric, The Odd Chair Company

Darwin (c1760) wallpaper in Serein, £131 a roll, Archive Trails collection, Little Greene

Classically proportioned kitchen, from £30,000, Christopher Peters

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A vintage cabinet provides storage for crockery and glasses. Similar cabinets can be sourced by Howe. A thirties advertising poster for a French aperitif adds a quirky note. AntikBar sells similar.

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THE ENGLISH HOME 33 MAIN The existing kitchen was repainted using Mizzle on the cupboards and Pigeon on the island unit, both by Farrow & Ball. The factory pendant lamps were 10/01/2017 found at a reclamation yard in Marlborough. LEFT The beautiful stained-glass window in the passage which runs between the kitchen and the back door.

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DUAL ASPECT This Grade II listed home gives musical theatre producer Judy Craymer a break from city life

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FOR WHERE TO BUY SEE ADDRESS BOOK

FOR WHERE TO BUY SEE ADDRESS BOOK

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MY ENGLISH HOME

BATHROOM SPECIAL

beautiful

WHAT MAKES A...

The style guru and chief tastemaker is never happier than throwing a relaxed dinner party at home in his Georgian country house or exploring a flea market

BATHROOM?

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When life seems busier than ever, time to luxuriate in a beautiful bathroom is a simple pleasure. Mary Carroll looks to the interior designers’ approach to creating a bathroom which not only functions well, but looks elegant, too

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here is something so tactile and alluring about a beautiful bathroom. It can feed our fantasies and is an important stage first thing in the morning and last thing at night, so it needs to deliver. However, the selection of taps, showers and baths can seem endless, and it is easy to succumb to the vast range of hardware on offer in isolation of everything else. The real secret is to get the design right so that a bathroom looks good and delivers an experience to suit your lifestyle. Interestingly, many interior designers turn to specialist bathroom companies when working on a client’s home. This makes sense when plumbing is involved, as it needs to be thought through professionally – everything needs to work in tandem and it is useful to have the latest knowledge of what works best in various situations. The combination of a bathroom specialist and an interior designer makes for a really successful room, as the latter can add in the all-important aesthetics to give the space personality and style. In addition to this, designers are always concerned about the flow of a home so they will be mindful of how the bathroom works with all the other rooms in your home.

“The homes you feature are charming, comfortable and stylish, filled with ideas I can play with in my own house”

THE IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCH Like most important rooms in our homes, doing the research pays dividends

later on, so explore different looks before making commitments. For instance, if installing an en-suite bathroom, it should be borne in mind that it needs to have a synergy with the bedroom to give the feeling of a suite; it should feel like a glamorous extension of the sleeping area. This is where colour and texture have an important role to play, to provide a smooth transition between the two rooms. Take into account the various materials on offer. Tiles, marble, wallpaper, plaster and paint can all add different dimensions, although it possible, too, to use just one beautiful material luxuriously. Even the type of grout used between tiles can add a variance of colour and texture – a very narrow grout has a more sophisticated edge and prevents tiles from looking like patchwork. There are some very good ranges of Mapei coloured grouts which work exceptionally well with grey and beige tiling. Making sure all these details have been thought through carefully can make all the difference to the final effect. The floor in a bathroom is one of the most important surfaces, and possibly one of the trickiest to choose, as it is one of the few rooms in the house where it is necessary to combine comfort with practicality and safety. For comfort, underfloor heating is a must and the latest systems are advanced and effective. This method of heating can be combined with a heated towel rail to give you a cosy room throughout the year, as the heat sources can be adjusted depending on the season. If considering a wooden floor, bear in mind that wood will be affected by the humidity in the bathroom and will need to be sealed to prevent warping.

ABOVE There is much to admire about this large bathroom in the Jupiter Suite at Foxhill Manor by Trevillion Interiors. The confident use of colour creates warmth whilst symmetry imbues calm. This is a period property yet the design approach makes it feel very now. LEFT Lashings of marble make for an exceptional bathroom. Here, Keech Green shows the way to effectively mix materials, using antique brass finishes for taps, rails and other fittings. RIGHT A tonal blind with feature wallpaper adds texture and elegance to this tranquil countryside bathroom by Helen Green. The oval bath adds an organic note.

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Winter

WARMERS With the nights drawing in and temperatures dropping, little is more welcoming than the amber glow of a real fire

RIGHT The techniques for carving stone have altered little over the centuries, allowing modern-day masons to reproduce authentic period-style pieces as well as more modern interpretations. Rousseau fireplace, from £3,084, Martin Moore FAR RIGHT Look to wood-burning stoves that offer an air-wash, self-cleaning system and ecological clean-burn technology, to reduce tarring on windows. Cannonbury compact stove, £1,300, Acquisitions

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hen it comes to heating our homes, few would deny the convenience of an efficient central heating system. However, whilst a real fire may no longer be our main source of heat, supplementing central heating with a visually enticing fireplace or wood-burning stove offers a warming and sensory focal point around which we instinctively gather on winter evenings. After all, there is nothing quite as lovely as relaxing in front of flickering flames. FIRESIDE FOCUS An enduring staple, the fireplace stands at the heart of any room, and historically inspired designs, whether fashioned from wood, stone or cast iron, offer timeless appeal. Although original fire surrounds – ranging from elegant marble Georgian constructs right through to decorative Victorian tiled registers and Edwardian pared-back classics – are often much preferred to reproductions, sizes and styles will inevitably be dictated by availability. To allow for a more flexible approach to scale, style and proportion, it may be necessary to consider quality reproductions or bespoke designs, such as those by Chesney’s or Jamb. As Paul Chesney of Chesney’s says, “It is vital that any fireplace is sympathetic to the style of the room and proportionally correct”. Although overall dimensions are, to a large extent, dictated by the size of the chimney breast, bear in mind that all eras contain both the simple and the ornate, and that it is not always necessary to feel restricted by period accuracy. Cues can also be taken from the design details in your home. Whilst traditional designs tend to work well in all types of homes, and the bucolic appeal of the inglenook is still a rural must-have, many modern designs, with their clean lines, can also work well in period homes. 

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Kazbar hexagonal lantern, £32.50, India Jane

Sea Breeze Painted parasol, £310, Indian Garden Company

Teak sideboard, £1,815, Garpa

Clémence garden dining chairs, £250 for a set of two, MiaFleur

IN THE GARDEN Embrace the summer season and transform the garden into a tranquil haven of rest and relaxation with a few well-chosen accessories and dashes of refreshing watermelon pink and uplifting sky blue. Enjoy the view with the first cup of tea of the day surrounded by birdsong, invite friends and family for a sociable lunch or watch the sun go down with a refreshing cocktail from the comfort of the chaise longue.

Roberts Revival Mini DAB/FM digital radio in Duck Egg, £139.95, John Lewis

ABOVE Where space is tight, designs featuring a convection casing ensure lower exterior temperatures. Solution 400 wood-burning stove, from £1,662, Clearview BELOW An elegant reproduction surround created for the Georgian Group, with yellow marble insets. Fitzroy surround, £5,220; Osterley fire basket, £2,580, both Chesney’s

Petra round powdered-stone dining table, £765, Oka

Chaise longue finished in black with a plain cushion in Sunbrella Canvas, £2,010, The Heveningham Collection

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Lascelles outdoor clock, £45, John Lewis

INDIAN GARDEN COMPANY IMAGE © RICHARD PINCHES

A simple timber fire surround can be painted to match any scheme. Pembroke mantel, from £639; Huntingdon stove, from £1,449, both Stovax

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Celebrating the essence of English style The English Home celebrates the very best of English style. Its editorial is tailored for a loyal and international audience of homeowners and design professionals who enjoy the blend of respected writing, indulgent photography and collaborations with authoritative names in interior design. The title has published for over 16 years, and I have enjoyed becoming well acquainted with those discerning readers over the past eight and a half years. Our readers and subscribers may be rural homeowners of cottages, farmhouses, rectories and manor houses or city dwellers living in period townhouses, all with a taste for timelessly elegant interior design. The English Home has a distinctively English voice, and no other British interiors magazine has so many international subscribers, all paying a premium rate. Our readers retain their copies for long-term reference. They trust our curation of products and actively purchase items that we recommend, from bespoke four-poster beds to elegant kitchens and orangeries.

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NEW YEAR HONOURS

BLUE & WHITE Expressions of style

We reveal our annual edit of buys that deserve a place in your house

Create & convert

Chic barn conversion Georgian-inspired manor Timber-framed new build

From Cotswold farmhouse to London terrace

DESIGN RESOLUTIONS

Annabel Astor, Tricia Guild & Paolo Moschino on how to make braver decorating decisions

Sanctuary at home ●

Inviting bedroom ideas

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Period echoes

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STEP INTO SPRING

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