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WINTER WONDERS FROM A SNOW-COVERED AUSTRIAN LODGE TO THE BLOOMING GARDENS OF WISLEY

STUFF THE TURKEY Thomasina Miers cooks up alternative Christmas recipes

ALL CHANGE The clever conversions of a compact London flat and a Devon stable block

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Art scene An Amedeo Modigliani retrospective; and unusual Christmas presents from museum shops

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Books Gift ideas for bookworms – from a guide to natural dye techniques and a visual feast from the Wedgwood archives to a look at the inspiring work of Britain’s best head gardeners

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Shopping Charlie Porter selects the best quilts and blankets for elegant winter hibernation

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Swatch Ruth Sleightholme is in ore of the latest fabrics that shimmer with silver and gold

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Notebook What’s new in fabrics, wallpaper and home accessories

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Design ideas Three experts discuss their festive schemes

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Wise buys Rémy Mishon chooses bright and brilliant baubles from just £2.50

Rita notes Rita Konig’s suggestions for buying Christmas presents for other people’s houses

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News and views A new fabric collection brings Sir John Soane’s Museum to life; four festive things to do; plus, gifts from independent shops

Profile David Nicholls talks to interior designer Fabrice Bana about his sources of inspiration and a recent project

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Living history Christopher Boyle QC of The Georgian Group has transformed Mallsgate Hall, his Cumbrian childhood home, into the ideal setting for a Christmas worthy of an eighteenth-century squire. By Liz Elliot 

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Despite having a love of food and cooking from the tender age of six, it wasn’t until her midtwenties that Thomasina Miers decided to turn her passion into a career. After being inspired by the chef Clarissa Dickson Wright, she began her culinary training at Ballymaloe Cookery School, going on to ‘an unexpected and breathtaking’ win on Masterchef and a stint at Petersham Nurseries under Skye Gyngell. Several trips to Mexico inspired Thomasina to open Wahaca, a chain of restaurants influenced by the country’s street food. She now has her eye on another foodie adventure – Japan. ‘Still haven’t been, still desperate to go,’ she says. Much closer to home, Thomasina can be found at a table in The River Café or Lyle’s. See her original Christmas recipes from page 135.

No Christmas table is complete without… ‘Some golden breadcrumbs.’

What is the worst Christmas present you could get? ‘Any kind of domestic appliance.’ DAVID LIDDICOAT AND SOPHIE GOLDHILL Architects Last Christmas Eve, husband-and-wife team David Liddicoat and Sophie Goldhill paid a visit to the site of their future house. ‘We put in an offer straight away and bought the site on Christmas Day – the most expensive present we have ever given each other!’ says Sophie. Indeed, it is their own residential builds that the pair cite as their favourite projects. Their previous home, The Shadow House, was a labour of love: Sophie carried all 33,000 bricks onto the site herself. The Makers‘ House, featured from page 104, is the second home they have designed themselves. Sophie says both projects are ‘the purest representations of our ideas on living’.

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For me, the odd phenomenon of magazines being on sale a month ahead of their cover date is felt most keenly with the December issue. Christmas is not in November, when this issue is on sale, yet somehow the December issue must be filled with Christmassy things and shout Christmas all over its cover. But I imagine even the less organised among us – I fall into this category – are starting to think about Christmas at this stage, and ideas for both decorations and presents are a nudge in the right direction. I am also aware that there are plenty of people well on their way to completing their Christmas shopping at this point and some who have even wrapped all their presents by now (making me feel horribly inefficient). So this issue is hopefully well timed for us all. While Christmas is full of nostalgia and we all love revisiting the decorations we have been collecting for years, it is also a time when one can be braver with decorating and try out new things – even totally transform a room or two – with justification and without feeling over the top. This issue is filled with inspiration and ideas for your Christmas preparation, including, to name just a few stories: revealing what the experts do with a look inside the Christmas-dressed houses of two interior designers and a florist (from page 61); Thomasina Miers’ alternative and not too time-consuming recipes for Christmas entertaining (from page 135); and a round-up of the loveliest Christmas decorations we could find (page 29) – the sort that make appealing additions to a growing collection. For those of you who do not want to think about Christmas just yet, or even at all, there is plenty else to amuse, inform and inspire. We have my predecessor Susan Crewe’s striking flat in Notting Hill (from page 112) and the richly hued lodge Tino Zervudachi has created in Austria (from page 96). In complete contrast, there is a wonderful garden in sunny Australia (from page 120), plus a bold newbuild inserted into a Victorian street by the husband-and-wife architect duo Liddicoat & Goldhill (from page 104). Meanwhile, for those yearning for a little winter sun, our travel editor Pamela Goodman reports back from a trip to Menorca (page 147). Happy preparations and I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas, whatever it entails.

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A F T E R A FA S H I O N Following in the footsteps of countless fashion brands moving into interiors, Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke’s design studio Basso & Brooke has launched 30 wallpapers through its new brand Jupiter 10. The pair are known for their digitally printed clothing, and the collection (including, clockwise from above left, ‘Doha’, ‘Quito’, ‘Hanoi’ and ‘Nassau’) uses geometric shapes and bold colours. Another 20 designs will be added in the next few months. £145 for a 10-metre roll. jupiter10.com

Midcentury Modern November 19 Pick up a mid-century classic, such as this Norman Cherner chair, from one of the 60 dealers at this fair at Dulwich College, SE21, and visit the 25 contemporary designers who will be showing their work. Admission from £9. modernshows.com

Antiques for Everyone November 23-26 More than 200 dealers will be showing furniture, silverware, porcelain (such as this Clarice Cliff jug, from Andrew Muir) and art at Birmingham’s NEC. Admission from £12. antiquesforeveryone.co.uk

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In our May issue, we launched a competition with KLC, the leading interior-design school, to win a place on its Professional Certificate in Interior Design course. The judges, impressed by her designs for a kitchen, living space and utility room, have awarded the place to Amy Keast. ‘Every aspect of what she proposed was convincing, from the well-considered layout to the attractive and practical decorative scheme,’ says Jenny Gibbs, KLC’s principal. ‘Amy even looked at the heights of the lights over the kitchen island, the dining table and the worktop to see how they relate to each other,’ says House & Garden editor Hatta Byng. Amy started the course in September on a full-time basis. klc.co.uk

Until January 21 Head to the Fashion and Textile Museum in Bermondsey, London, to see more than 50 designs by Emma Sewell and Harriet Wallace-Jones (including ‘Overground’, pictured). Specialising in innovative fabrics woven on hand looms, they are best known for their moquette designs for Transport for London’s underground seating. Admission from £6. ftmlondon.org  DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

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To spruce up your cards, enrol on a calligraphy course: try Alice Gabb’s workshop at Carousel, Marylebone (December 2, £70; alicegabb.com) or Meticulous Ink’s at The Makery in Bath (December 3, £48; themakery. co.uk). Learn to make wreaths with London-based florist Aesme at its studio in Shepherd’s Bush (December 9 and 16, £95; aesme.co.uk).

Head to Present & Collect at Contemporary Applied Arts (November 16–December 23; caa.org.uk) for craft gifts; or The Design Museum Market, W8 (December 1–3; design museum.org) for unusual presents. Daylesford hosts The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds, with around 180 stalls (November 6–8, tickets from £5 online; cotswoldfair.com).

Among the best open studio events in London are Cockpit Arts (Holborn, November 23–26; Deptford, December 1–3; cockpitarts. com) and Vanguard Court Studios, SE5 (December 2–3; vanguardcourt. org). In Edinburgh, Coburg House is home to a variety of artists, designers and makers (December 2–3; coburghouse.co.uk).

The Geffrye Museum will be decked out for its annual ‘Christmas Past’ event (November 21–January 7; geffrye-museum.org.uk). Country houses putting on spectacular Christmas displays include Castle Howard in Yorkshire (November 18–December 23, from £9.95; castlehoward.co.uk) and Chatsworth in Derbyshire (November 11–January 7; chatsworth.org).

Independent thinking

These brilliant stand-alone shops are great sources of unusual presents and decorations THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT Based in Cumbria, The Shop Floor Project stocks beautiful artisan-made Christmas decorations, including brass and pewter stars (above, £30 each). These playful door wedges (below, £18 each) would make fun gifts. Order online. theshopfloorproject.com

SAU DA DE For gifts that are as beautiful as they are whimsical, head to online shop Saudade. Set up by paint specialist Pedro da Costa Felgueiras, whose house will be featured in our January 2018 issue, it stocks Portuguese ceramics like these melon-shape bowls (£15). saudade-shop.com

BRASSICA MERCANTILE This Dorset shop offers a beautifully curated selection of books, cushions, tableware and delicious food and wine. Buy brightly coloured candles (£12 for eight) for your table and pom-pom garlands (£30) to decorate your house with. brassicamercantile.co.uk

CHOOSING KEEPING

T OW N H O U S E , S P I TA L F I E L D S Crammed full of antiques, trinkets, books and art, this shop in an eighteenth-century building in Spitalfields, E1 is a great place to pick up unusual gifts. If shopping becomes tiring, head down to the basement for cakes and coffee. townhousespitalfields.com DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

A mecca for stationery lovers, Choosing Keeping on Columbia Road, E2 is the place to find pretty wrapping paper, ribbons, cards and baubles (above, £12.50 each). It will be part of Columbia Road Christmas Wednesdays, when more than 50 shops will be open late (November 29, December 6, 13 and 20). choosingkeeping.com 


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Outside Interests CLARE FOSTER suggests Christmas presents for gardeners

JOIN THE KEW The pleasures of a gift membership to Kew Gardens last long beyond Christmas. Giving the recipient and one other adult unlimited access to Kew and partner garden Wakehurst Place in Sussex for a year, as well as a subscription to Kew Magazine, it costs £72 from kew.org.

JOSEPH BANKS’ FLORILEGIUM is a visual treat of a book from Thames & Hudson (£65). It’s the perfect present for anyone interested in botanical illustration or the history of garden plants. Banks was a young botanist who accompanied Captain Cook on his first voyage around the world in 1768 and, on his return, commissioned 700 engravings of the exotic flora he had collected. For the first time, these have been published in a book.

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Anyone passionate about plants would be more than delighted with a present from the Piet Oudolf Collection. The Dutch designer has curated seven separate collections of his must-have plants, making it easy to recreate his trademark planting style. Consisting of eight perennials and one ornamental grass supplied in pots, each collection costs €49.95 plus p&p from pietoudolfcollection.com.

Bloom & Wild’s Letterbox Flowers are ideal for anyone who loves having fresh flowers around the house. Subscriptions range from weekly to monthly, from three months to a year, with 16–30 stems packaged in a box that fits through a letterbox. From £50 for a three-month subscription. bloomandwild.com  HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


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Practical presents

LOOKING SHARP This Swiss-made Felco pruning knife features a rosewood handle with brass lining and a curved 70mm stainless-steel blade. The knife is 11cm long when closed and 18cm long when open; it costs £32 from woodandmeadow.com.

SCULPTURES I N OA K

ABOVE Details of Alison Crowther’s oak sculptures. BELOW Corylus, a huge sculpture made in 2011 out of a single oak trunk

Commission a sculpture, bench or seat from Alison Crowther, who uses English oak to make sculptural objects for the garden, both large and small-scale. Working with the natural characteristics of the wood, she hand-carves each piece, creating beautiful, organic structures with tactile and textured surfaces. A three-person bench or a one-metre-diameter sphere would cost in the region of £10,000. alisoncrowther.com

TOP MARKS Any serious gardener has a constant need for plant labels. This attractive metal tin contains 68 beechwood labels in varying sizes, plus a wax pencil. It costs £20.50 from manufactum.co.uk.

SHOW YOUR METAL You cannot go wrong with a Haws watering can and this one-litre copper version makes a great gift. In an attractive presentation box, it costs £54.99 from crocus.co.uk.

TWINE KEEPER This wooden crate of ‘Mini Heritage Twine’ contains 24 multicoloured spools and costs £21 from nutscene.com. DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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Latest launches… chic showrooms… hot buys… LAURA HOULDSWORTH takes note The new ‘Rhythm’ CHANDELIER from Porta Romana is inspired by notes dancing on a stave. The playful piece, by Gareth Devonald Smith, is an amalgam of abstract shapes and angled shades. Measuring 104 x 143 x 35cm, it costs £10,800 excluding shades. 01420-23005; portaromana.com

IN THE SHADE Little Greene has launched a colour chart of 184 shades. This scheme combines ‘Pleat’ on the wall with ‘Aquamarine Mid’ above the picture rail and ‘Dorchester Pink Deep’ on the far wall. From £42 for 2.5 litres absolute matt emulsion. 020-7935 8844; littlegreene.com

The right angle This ‘A.B.C’ armchair caught my eye in Flexform. The seat is very low but comfortable. Designed in 1996 by Antonio Citterio, the chair is a simple fusion of a metal frame and large block cushions. Seen here in ‘Elegance’, a wool mix, it can be upholstered in leather, too. It measures 70 x 90 x 65cm when upright, and can be reclined. It costs from £3,320 as seen. 020-7376 5272; f lexform.it DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

BEST OF BRITISH

The spacious new Style Library showroom in Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is home to six British brands: Zoffany, Harlequin, Sanderson, Morris & Co, Scion and Anthology. I came across this ‘Acanthus’ wallpaper in manila/stone from Morris & Co while exploring the space. A 10-metre roll costs £80. 020-3903 3700; stylelibrary.com 

PHOTOGRAPH: OWEN GALE. LAURA IS WEARING A SWEATER BY RALPH LAUREN

Laura in the Soane store on Pimlico Road, SW1


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Reader event Be inspired by a talk on festive entertaining and gift giving with Jo Malone London at Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living

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n Tuesday, December 12, 11am–2pm, House Garden and Grosvenor House Suites By Jumeirah Living are hosting ‘Festive Entertaining and the Art of Gift Giving’ just in time for the busy season. Emma South, fragrance and lifestyle expert at Jo Malone London (pictured right) will be in conversation with the magazine’s executive editor Laura Houldsworth at Grosvenor House Suites, Jumeirah’s residences on Park Lane, W1. Emma will share tips on how to scent and decorate your house for entertaining, as well as discussing the brand’s fragrances, candles and bath and body products. The event’s setting at Grosvenor House, originally owned by Lord Chetwynd, will provide plenty of inspiration alongside. The house was bought by Robert Grosvenor, the 1st Marquess of Westminster in 1805, and continued to be the London home of the Dukes of Westminster and their families until the Great War. Throughout the nineteenth century the house was extended considerably in the NeoClassical style, becoming ever grander. Grosvenor House underwent a £75 million heritage conversion refurbishment in 2011 to create the luxurious residences by Jumeirah Living, combining the at home experience with the service for which Jumeirah is known. This event will be a chance to see the new chapter in the life of one of London’s most iconic buildings as you think ahead to the festive season. A light seasonal lunch will follow the talk. Tickets cost £25 each (plus a £1.87 booking fee) and include a glass of prosecco, coffee and pastries on arrival, lunch and a gift bag. There will also be free entry into a draw to win afternoon tea for two with a glass of Champagne at Grosvenor House Suites  To book, visit eventbrite.co.uk and search for ‘Jumeirah Jo Malone’

FROM TOP Living and dining area of the Hyde Park Suite, Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living. Emma South, Fragrance & Lifestyle Expert at Jo Malone London. Christmas Cologne Collection from Jo Malone London, £75.00


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The ‘Flex’ from Quooker is the first boiling water tap to include a pull-out flexible hose. With the hose retracted, it dispenses hot, cold and boiling water; with the hose extended, it dispenses hot and cold water only. In this stainless-steel finish, it costs £1,300 and is 41.2cm high with a reach of 22cm. It is also available in a polished chrome finish, from £1,150. 020-7923 3355; quooker.co.uk

Club comforts

Soho House uses Frette’s crisp Egyptian cotton bed linen and fluffy bath towels in all its hotels. Pictured are the ‘House’ duvet cover, from £110; pillowcase, from £35 for two; and fitted sheet, from £65; all exclusively from Soho Home. 020-3819 8199; sohohome.com

DA R K A RT

A striking shape in a sophisticated dusky shade, Davidson’s ‘Aspin Table’ would be eye-catching in a hall or dining room. Made of sycamore, it costs £14,917 for the 75 x 180cm diameter size pictured. 020-7751 5537; davidsonlondon.com

CASE NOTES From Organise-Us, these ‘Emma’ cases are handy for pens or make-up. As well as the yellow lizard and tourmaline croc, seen here, they come in four other colours and finishes. Lined in suede, they are 20cm long and cost £45 each. 01252-781878; organise-us.com

modern lines Martin Moore’s ‘New Deco’ kitchen collection has clean lines inspired by Thirties architecture. All Martin Moore kitchens are hand-built to order in its Yorkshire workshops and this new range features fitted and free-standing elements with a choice of finishes, including marble and metallics. From £35,000. 0845180 0015; martinmoore.com

fashion show Zinc’s textured fabrics are inspired by the catwalk. From left: ‘Pougy’ is a weave with colourful yarns (£71.50 a metre); ‘Bonheur’ bouclé velvet has tonal yarns to form a deconstructed houndstooth (£139 a metre); while ‘Beaux’ bouclé evokes a Chanel jacket (£95 a metre). 01623-756699; zinctextile.com

LITTLE EXTRAS Head to Designers Guild on the King’s Road, SW3, or Marylebone High Street, W1, for hand-painted and intricately coloured, vintage-style blown-glass baubles and decorations. designersguild.com DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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oin House & Garden at the Oka store in Knutsford, Cheshire, on Tuesday, November 21, 11am–3pm, for a day of Christmas shopping and decorating tips, including how to create a festive flower arrangement for your table, as well as House & Garden executive editor Laura Houldsworth’s selection of items from Oka’s present range. Co-founder Sue Jones will give a short talk on the company’s history, which will be followed by informal workshops, including flower arranging using Oka faux flowers. Guests can also take advantage of a discount of £20 (on a minimum spend of over £200). Tickets cost £25 each and include coffee, lunch with wine and a gift bag. To book, visit oka.com/events and search for ‘House & Garden Reader Event’.

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A ‘Festive Entertaining and the Art of Gift Giving’ event with Jo Malone London will be held on Tuesday, December 12, 11am–2pm, at Jumeirah’s Grosvenor House Suites, W1. Tickets cost £25 plus a £1.87 booking fee. Visit eventbrite.co.uk and search for ‘Jumeirah Jo Malone’.

COOKERY EVENT AT HARVEY JONES Kitchen company Harvey Jones and House & Garden will host a festive cookery event on Wednesday, November 29, 11am–1pm. It will be held at Divertimenti, SW3, in the Harvey Jones-designed demonstration kitchen. Guests will be served coffee, pastries and Prosecco, and there will be a demonstration by award-winning chef and TV presenter Rachel Green, pictured, of dishes for entertaining, including a seasonal chicken recipe and baked Alaska. There will also be the opportunity to shop at Divertimenti with a special discount of 10 per cent. Tickets cost £20 and include refreshments and a gift bag. To book, visit harveyjonesevent.eventbrite.co.uk  HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


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This month sees the launch of ‘The List Directory’, House & Garden’s inaugural printed national guide to interior designers, architects, garden designers and other specialists and services

Whether you need help creating your dream outdoor space, seek advice on a total refurbishment or simply want to source exquisite fabrics, The List has something to suit everyone. Charlotte Richmond profiles three members who can help.

INDIVIDUAL INTERIORS

Joanna Plant Interiors creates beautiful, comfortable spaces full of texture and colour. Working with antique dealers and craftspeople, the company has undertaken a range of private residential and commercial commissions, both in the UK and overseas. Joanna works with her husband Nick, a furniture maker and veteran of the London antique trade, and they live in west London with their two children and whippets. joannaplantinteriors.com

Timeless fabrics Based in the Highlands, Inchyra creates fabrics and accessories inspired by vintage finds and its Scottish setting, working only with natural materials. The palette is subtle, from soft pinks and mustard yellows to aged blues. inchyradesigns.co.uk

Are you on The List? Be a part of it by registering at houseandgarden.co.uk/the-list. For more information, call 020-7152 3639, or email charlotte.richmond@condenast.co.uk  DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

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RICHARD MIERS GARDEN DESIGN specialises in bespoke gardens that are a treat for all the senses, with dramatic movement, rich colour, heady scent and strong contrasts. He also offers periodic maintenance services. richardmiers.com


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candelabra £143; Elements Jill Schwartz The Eye Has It decoration £48; RJB Stone mistletoe wreath £39; Katie Leamon crackers £44.95 for 6; Joanna Buchanan bottle opener £49; Eleanor Stuart snake bauble £15, exclusive to Harrods; OPPOSITE PAGE Roche Bobois Manor armchair £2,590; white cot leaf wreath £60; Christmas tree from £80; Harrods of London vases from £30; Christmas lights from £79; tree decorations from £5

DECK THE HALLS with help from Harrods

’Tis the season to transform your home into a winter wonderland. And whether you’re searching for a subtle finishing touch or a show-stopping centrepiece, Harrods is brimming with festive ideas. This year, Harrods Christmas World has yuletide themes for every home, from the traditional Tudor Rose to the romantic Femme Fatale. Handmade in England, Jayne Redmond Christmas plates and baubles can be personalised by the artist every weekend in November. Meanwhile, Harrods Cookshop is hosting countdownto-Christmas live demonstrations, sharing

top tips for the perfect festive feast, from traditional homemade mince pies to a roast with all the trimmings. Dedicated in-store services – from Gift Concierge to Neill Strain Floral Couture – will provide further inspiration, while our in-store gift wrappers will be on hand to ensure your gifts look magical under the tree. Whatever your chosen theme, we wish you a beautiful – and stylish – Christmas. Harrods Home and Harrods Christmas World, Second Floor. For more details of events and times, visit harrods.com


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BELOW Reclining Nude (1919) is one of several sexually frank studies of women by the Italian artist

LIFE OF A PIONEER

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Ahead of a retrospective of the work of Amedeo Modigliani at Tate Modern, EMILY TOBIN examines the impact of the artist’s short career

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medeo Modigliani’s short life was marred by illness, substance abuse and a persistent lack of money. He died penniless in Paris at the age of 35 of tubercular meningitis. His mistress, Jeanne Hébuterne, who was pregnant with his second child, killed herself two days later. But despite his troubled and brief career, Modigliani was a pioneer, and in the years since his death in 1920, the value of his work has rocketed. He is known for his stylised portraits and nudes, often of his artistic friends, which are characterised by their long faces, necks, noses and almond-shape eyes. This month a retrospective of his work opens at Tate Modern, which examines the way in which Modigliani modernised figurative painting. There will be a section dedicated to his nudes – often

the most provocative of his output. In 1917, crowds swarmed to his solo show at Galerie Berthe Weill in Paris to gawk at a voluptuous nude displayed in the window, who was shown with both pubic and underarm hair. However, her notoriety was short lived because a police commissioner deemed the naked woman obscene and the show was censored on grounds of indecency. Modigliani moved in a creative circle and his friends included Diego Rivera, Constantin Brâncuși and Jacob Epstein. The exhibition concludes with depictions of some of his closest companions – many of whom provided him with both financial and emotional support. Were it not for a small stipend from his Polish dealer and close friend Léopold Zborowski, Modigliani’s career might have been cut short significantly sooner. ‘Modigliani’ runs from November 23 to April 2, 2018; tate.org.uk  HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


INSIDER | ART EXHIBITIONS GILBERT & GEORGE, WHITE CUBE Gilbert and George met on the sculpture course at Central Saint Martins and 2017 marks 50 years of collaboration – a half century in which they adopted the identity of ‘living sculptures’ at the centre of their art. The White Cube in Bermondsey presents a major show of their new work. November 22–January 28; whitecube.com

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STUDIES AND LANDSCAPES Charles Church’s exhibition at Gallery 8 in Marylebone features 60 works. Charles has travelled the length and breadth of the British Isles painting his favourite places, from Dorset to Iona, Mull and Connemara. November 13–18; 8dukestreet.co.uk Pictured Charles Church, Glassilaun Connemara

³ Working as a technician means tight schedules and strict deadlines. We deal with extremely valuable works, so the stakes are very high. My team and I are responsible for transporting, unpacking, installing and lighting works of art safely. ³ The biggest challenge this year was building Jean Prouvé’s 6x6 Demountable House for our April Modern Masters Design Auction. These prefabricated homes were created to deal with the homelessness in France after the Second World War and were designed to be easily assembled on the sites of destroyed buildings. Prouvé’s intention was for the houses to be habitable within a day. ³This was seriously labour intensive. It took six crew members a day and a half to assemble it. But it was well worth it – it looked great and sold for £665,000. ³My favourite works that have sold at Phillips are the Donald Judd plate drawings in our Editions sales. They aren’t the large sculptures normally associated with Judd, but they are incredibly interesting. They sell for a couple of thousand pounds, so they won’t break the bank but you are getting a great piece. phillips.com

Visitors to Waddesdon Manor can see a spectacular sound and light show at dusk. Musical clocks, clouds of butterflies, tropical birds and mythical beasts will dance across the building’s façade in an installation designed by Guildhall School of Music and Drama. November 11– January 2, 2018; waddesdon.org.uk EVENT

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IMPRESSIONISTS IN LONDON During the FrancoPrussian War, French artists sought refuge in London. Tate Britain’s exhibition shows works by artists such as Monet, Tissot and Pissarro, and explores the influence of London on their work. Until May 7; tate.org.uk Pictured Claude Monet, Houses of Parliament, Sunlight Effect


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THE BEST G A L L E RY G I F T S A s e l e c t i on of u nu s u a l C h r i s t m a s p r e s e nt s f r om mu s e u m s h op s Chris Ofili ‘Afromuses’ tea towels, £45.95 each, from The Baltic. shop.balticmill.com

Helen Frankenthaler Tutti-Frutti framed print, 86 x 51cm, $300, from Moma. store.moma.org

Artists’ Recipes, £37.50, from the Royal Academy of Arts. shop. royalacademy.org.uk

Studio Arhoj ‘Winter’ glazed stoneware bowls, 8 x 13cm diameter, £32.50 each, from The Design Museum. designmuseumshop.com

Becky Kemp ‘Salvador’, ‘Frida’, ‘Andy’ and ‘Vincent’ painted dolls, 14.5cm high, £29.95 each, from Yorkshire Sculpture Park. ysp.co.uk Paul Klee Seaside Resort unframed print, 24 x 30cm, £16, from Tate. shop.tate.org.uk

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WOR D S A N D P IC T U R E S What to read: compelling Christmas gifts chosen by ELIZABETH METCALFE FOR THE CRAFT

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THE WILD DYER: A GUIDE TO NATURAL DYES & THE ART OF PATCHWORK & STITCH by Abigail Booth (Kyle Books, £16.99)

Abigail Booth is an alchemist of sorts who conjures beautiful colours from unassuming objects (her work was featured in House & Garden in May 2016). In this book, she clearly outlines natural dye techniques and simple stitches. Coffee grounds, avocado stones, onion skins and nettles all harbour the potential to produce vividly coloured dyes. Follow her instructions to make a gardener’s smock dyed with rudbeckia flowers or a pretty pink blanket from willow leaves and birch bark. Reading Abigail’s book is like taking a pleasing step back in time. Emily Tobin

Providing a fascinating insight into one of Britain’s most famous potteries, this starts in 1759, when Josiah Wedgwood founded the company. It is a visual feast featuring rarely seen drawings and watercolours from the archives, and remarkable photographs. Text is kept to a minimum, but the captions are illuminating. EM

URBAN POTTERS by Katie Treggiden (Ludion, £30)

F O R A S P I R I N G D E C O R AT O R S

PRINTS CHARMING by John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon of Madcap Cottage (Abrams, £25) Anyone looking for ideas on how to use pattern throughout the house will find something to inspire them in this first book by the dynamic American design studio Madcap Cottage, with pictures by John Bessler. The general message? Be gutsy and let your imagination run riot. David Nicholls

PERFECT ENGLISH FARMHOUSE by Ros Byam Shaw (Ryland Peters & Small, £30) PIXELATE IMAGING

WEDGWOOD: A STORY OF CREATION & INNOVATION by Gaye Blake-Roberts and Alice Rawsthorn (Rizzoli, £45)

Testament to its popularity, this book is a reissue after the 2012 edition sold out. It showcases a multitude of charming rural styles, with a focus on crafted materials and reclaimed items. There are also notes to help readers recreate the looks. One owner describes themselves as a ‘twentyfirst-century traditionalist’, a phrase that also relates to the book’s concept as a whole – an historic model for living stylishly reimagined for the present day. Leanne Walstow

Chances are that, if you sign up to a pottery course in London, you will be added to a long waiting list: cities have been at the heart of the ceramics revival over the past few years. Focusing on six – São Paulo, New York, Copenhagen, Tokyo, Sydney and London – Katie Treggiden introduces 28 of the studio potters behind the clay renaissance, including Londonbased Florian Gadsby. EM 

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ED KLUZ: THE LOST HOUSE REVISITED by Tim Knox and Olivia Horsfall Turner (Merrell, £35) Many of England’s once grand houses have fallen victim to abandonment, demolition and fire. But artist Ed Kluz has studied old engravings, plans and descriptions to resurrect these buildings in collages. In the foreword, architectural historian John Harris describes his heartbreak at the damage: ‘The loss is irreplaceable, but we can find consolation in the fact that, through Kluz’s images, some of them live again.’ ET

MODERN SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN by Charlotte and Peter Fiell and Magnus Englund (Laurence King, £60)

This enormous tome is an authoritative and detailed survey of designers from the Nordic nations over the past 100 years. Covering everything from furniture and ceramics to architecture, it is an excellent gift for design lovers who like a bit of back story. DN

FOR THE GREEN-FINGERED

HEAD GARDENERS by Ambra Edwards (Pimpernel Press, £35)

Flying the flag for head gardeners, this book examines 14 of Britain’s best – a group of creatives who, Ambra Edwards suggests, are often ‘too busy or modest’ to talk about their work. Meaty profiles and photography by Charlie Hopkinson work together to create a thorough picture of gardeners as diverse as Fergus Garrett of Great Dixter in East Sussex and Paul Pulford at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, SE1. EM

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THE SECRET GARDENERS by Victoria Summerley (Frances Lincoln, £30) THE RECENT PAST by James Ravilious (Wilmington Square Books, £30) For many of us, Devon conjures up images of seaside holidays. This book of photographs, captured by the late James Ravilious (son of the artist Eric), focuses instead on traditional rural life in the late twentieth century – from a pancake race to a lamb caught in a blizzard. With captions by James’s wife Robin, it is an affectionate portrait of a way of life on the brink of change. Bethan Hill DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

Fancy a snoop around the gardens of Anish Kapoor or Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall? With photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas, Victoria Summerley gives a guided tour of 25 rarely seen gardens owned by some of Britain’s leading designers, artists, cooks, producers, sculptors and playwrights. What is most striking is just how invested each owner is in their own garden – whether it be Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rambling country-house estate in Hampshire or Cath Kidston’s London plot. EM 


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FROM LEFT ‘Penthouse Plain Velvet’ (spacedust), viscose mix, £49, from Zinc Textile. ‘Giotto’ (madreperla), cotton mix, £136, from Rubelli. ‘Luna’ (silver), linen, £80, from Christopher Farr Cloth. ‘Sing’ (argento), polyester mix, £99, from Rubelli. ‘Charleston’ (mineral), cotton mix, £136.80, from Pierre Frey 

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FROM LEFT ‘Valencia’, silk/lurex, £120, from Margo Selby. ‘Lux Tartan’ (scaccomatto), viscose mix, £168.50, from Dedar. ‘Pavone’ (oro), viscose mix, £158, from Rubelli. ‘Dazzle’ (copper), by Hill Brown, cotton mix, £244.20, from Turnell & Gigon. ‘Mercurio’ (oro), polyester mix, £150, from Rubelli. ‘Scott’ (mordoré), silk mix, £172.80, from Pierre Frey. Fabric prices are per metre. For suppliers’ details, see Stockists page 

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Dining room The china (this page and opposite) was a wedding present and I like to bring it out at Christmas and use traditional silver cutlery and salt and pepper pots. Silver vases of red anemones, hellebores and eucalyptus pods decorate the table. They work well together: the bulky eucalyptus pods not only smell wonderful, but also provide a pleasing contrast to the delicate hellebores. Shape-wise, the pods tie in with the pomegranates on the mantelpiece (opposite). I decided to avoid the traditional green garland here, so we wired together the pomegranates and lit them with tea lights. It looks like an old Spanish still-life. DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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he way I decorate for Christmas is influenced by where I am from – Germany. Christmas is quite traditional and religious there, so I acknowledge this in my decorations, with flowers, fruits and a conventional red, green, gold and silver palette. I love elegant and opulent schemes and I try to be self-sufficient, using f lowers and greenery from our garden. I would never use fake, plastic greenery – although my husband, Hugo, occasionally has different ideas.

Hall To create a scene of splendour in the hall (right), I planted amaryllis bulbs in old terracotta pots and arranged them on the table. It is nice to see them come alive over the advent period. Not knowing the colours adds to the excitement.

Garden The urns outside our drawing room (far right) can look bare in winter, so I created displays in them using pine and spruce, which give off a lovely Christmas smell. We added gold lights, which reflect beautifully in the pond. thetuktuk.net 


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SUZY HOODLESS Interior designer

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y home growing up was very traditionally decorated at Christmas; my mother still has all the decorations we had as children and I love seeing them. But I think my Christmas style is an extension of my interiors style – modern, colourful, informal, humorous and spontaneous. The key, though, is to keep it personal and to experiment – don’t be too regimented. I try something and, if I like it, I add to it; if I don’t like it, I get rid of it. I am not too precious and I am prepared to make mistakes. Ribbons are a really easy way to mix it up and add colour. I want my home to be young, full of fun, and loved by children and adults alike. Christmas is all about people, and I think decorating needs love and personality.

Mantelpiece I wanted to create a Christmas woodland – silvery, but with bright colours, so I included some anemones (below). The florist Harper and Tom’s is near my studio on Clarendon Cross, W11, and helped me to make this. I like decoration to be natural and flowers should be fresh.

Christmas tree

Growing up, we bought one decoration for the tree (above and left) every year, and now my children are allowed to do the same. So the collection grows – they all have a memory and it is eclectic. The ribbons go back to when my eldest daughter was born. She arrived nine days before Christmas and to celebrate I added pink and yellow ribbons that I had bought in India. I added the other colours the years my two other children were born. It is a very personal tree, full of memories. DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


Table setting The table changes every year, with different coloured candles and accessories – it depends on what I’ve found during the year. I bought the green plates at Dix-Sept, a shop in Framlingham, Suffolk. They give me so much joy and make the table look great. The jug, salt and pepper are from Another Country. The anemones add a fun pop of colour to the table, too, and tie in with what I have done on the mantelpiece. suzyhoodless.com 


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JOANNA PLANT

Interior designer I love sparkly, silvery things, white lights and vintage-looking baubles in foxed glass. This fits with my decorating style as I love to mix old and new. One thing I have learnt is to vary the colour ‘temperature’ around the house. For example, this year, the sitting room and hallway have a rich, dark feeling with red roses and the fire blazing. But the kitchen is bright and crisp. The tree is the star of the show and, much like my mother, I drag out the same box of decorations: a mix of funny things steeped in nostalgia. We hang the same stockings up every year on the banisters and they always have a tangerine and walnuts in the toe. My husband Nick makes Christmas playlists, which play from morning till night – although I have Radio 4 on for the King’s College carol service on Christmas Eve. I am not a huge fan of coloured lights or anything too kitsch, but I quite enjoy a bonkers, over-the-top style of Christmas decorating in other people’s houses.

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I love getting the same things out every year. This Wedgwood ‘Florentine’ dinner service (below) is sadly discontinued, but sometimes I find a piece online. Ikea wine glasses sit next to water glasses from Marrakech. The Collier Webb silver and spinning dove candleholders are favourites of the children. The Kings cutlery is from Granny and the monogrammed napkins are from Guinevere Antiques.

Foliage and flowers I always bring in lots of nature – last year, I made a wreath that wrapped around the fireplace. I drape ivy around pictures (above), use pine cones as firelighters and have a tree that reaches the ceiling. Scent is key, so I use flowers and candles – eucalyptus, tuberose and spicy orange are favourites. I make pomanders with clove-pierced oranges and hang them with ribbon on the tree and on door handles. I plant cheery paperwhites in French tureens. And Diptyque’s ‘Oranger’ candle nails it every time joannaplantinteriors.com  DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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‘Textured Ceramic Jug’, by Iva Polachova, £150, from The New Craftsmen

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iving presents for other people’s houses is something of a minefield. I sort of dread receiving them, although there are some things I think are lovely to get, with a few caveats. I hate being given (sorry to sound so spoilt) things that are at odds with what I already have, like a single cushion in a colour that fights with everything else. On the other hand, things like bowls can be brilliant presents – having a mixture is what makes a china collection interesting. If you are going to give presents for the home, you should think about the house in question. In terms of china, ‘serveware’ is a good bet. I love receiving new dishes for salads and for vegetables, and also pretty serving sets. There is not much that I would not like to receive from Summerill & Bishop (summerillandbishop.com) and it has a good bandwidth, price wise. March (marchsf.com) in San Francisco is another shop from which I could easily inhale the entire stock. It has a great website and although it does not deliver to the UK, the staff will happily bundle everything up to be collected by a courier company such as FedEx. The bonus of this is knowing the recipient of your present is unlikely to have got hold of it themselves. My first choice would be its titanium-plated ‘Dolcevita’ serving set. Jugs are always useful as they double up as vases and it does not matter if they do not go with anything else. Decorative Collective (decorativecollective. com) has a wide range of old ones – from ceramic to silver. The New Craftsmen (thenewcraftsmen.com) has a textured ceramic jug by Iva Polachova that is a work of art, and pretty much any of Dylan Bowen’s (dylanbowen.co.uk) slipware would surely please anyone. Woodnutt Antiques (woodnuttantiques. com) is excellent for silver and glass jugs and other bar stuff. A man serious about his martinis once suggested to me that an atomiser for spritzing your martini glass with vermouth is an ideal present. I am not sure that they exist specifically for this

Stick with the kitchen and drinks tray and stay away from cushions purpose, but I am keen to get one on my drinks tray. John Derian’s (johnderian.com) découpage plates are so pretty and ideal for the hall table as a place to throw keys. Pentreath & Hall (pentreath-hall.com) sells a very good selection of them, along with wonderful reversible Finn Juhl trays, which work as well for serving as they do static on a table or chest of drawers for corralling bits and bobs. Matilda Goad (matildagoad.com) makes pretty, ribbed beeswax dinner candles that cost £35 for six. Although this is quite expensive for an everyday item, it renders them ideal presents. I am always drawn to the Lillie Road, and while I go mostly to buy for houses I am decorating, there is so much there that I could buy for others. Just the other day, Maison Artefact had six beautiful Champagne saucers engraved with stars, while James Jackson had a large chrome apple-shape ice bucket. He always has funny things like that; I have also bought from him a planter that looks like a boater. All of the above is essentially my own wish list, but it highlights a few of the key rules when it comes to buying for other people’s houses: stick with the kitchen, drinks tray and dining table, and stay away from cushions and the sorts of furnishings that are going to interfere with your friend or relation’s existing decoration scheme  HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


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PROJECT Fabrice was given the task of adding a bit of soul to this flat (left and above). One of the most obvious ways he did this was through colour and pattern, such as the exuberant ‘Alexandrie’ cotton by Pierre Frey, used for the bedroom curtains, and a coral silk from Claremont, which covers a cushion on the bed. ‘Almost all of the furniture I used was either custom-made or vintage,’ he says. He commissioned the verre églomisé coffee table (left) for the open-plan living space and found vintage brass lights at Sambataro at Alfies Antique Market, which give an eclectic feel to the rooms.

Fabrice in the open-plan living space of a three-bedroom flat in a new Thameside development. The curtains are in ‘Reed’ by Galbraith & Paul and the chairs are the ‘Beetle’ design by Gubi

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n 2008, Fabrice Bana gave up working as a secondary school French teacher in London and enrolled on a part-time interior design course at the KLC School of Design. During his studies, he worked for Helen Cormack at Tissus d’Hélène, where he indulged his love of fabrics. Soon after graduating, he got the tap on the shoulder from Veere Grenney to join his studio as a junior, and after a few years went on to work for Peter Young and Mary Fox Linton on hotels and commercial interiors. Fabrice has recently started working on independent projects, such as this London flat. Textiles and vintage pieces are two of his passions. ‘I find it almost impossible not to use mid-twentieth-century pieces – Italian, French, Scandinavian and American,’ he says. Fabrice also has a successful blog, A-Gent of Style (agentofstyle. com), which he uses to document his adventures in, and views on, the world of design. fabricebana.com

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LIFESTYLE Living history Alongside his duties as chairman of The Georgian Group, Christopher Boyle QC has transformed Mallsgate Hall, his Cumbrian childhood home, into the ideal setting for a Christmas worthy of an eighteenth-century squire TEXT LIZ ELLIOT | PHOTOGRAPHS ANDREW MONTGOMERY

Christopher Boyle and his family and friends enjoy a Georgian-style Christmas feast at Mallsgate Hall

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ANTICLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE RIGHT Christopher in his study at Mallsgate Hall. Outside with his dog Ike. Christopher’s sons Henry, 15, and George, 17, in front of a fortified wall. Christopher and George in the breakfast room. One of the Hall’s peacocks. OPPOSITE Christopher’s daughter Elizabeth, eight, in front of the Great Hall’s Oriel window

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f Tom Jones, the charming rapscallion hero of Henry Fielding’s novel of the same name, found himself invited to Christmas at Mallsgate Hall in Cumbria, he would find that little had changed from the eighteenth-century Christmases of his guardian, Squire Allworthy – give or take the occasional radiator. Its owner, Christopher Boyle QC, is an expert in planning and its many idiosyncrasies. He is also chairman of The Georgian Group. This charity, featured in the March 2017 issue of House & Garden, works to save threatened buildings, monuments, parks and gardens of architectural interest, and to encourage our appreciation of all things Georgian. Christopher was brought up at Mallsgate, where his father was a vet and a farmer. From the age of 10, he was obsessed with the eighteenth century, drawing up plans for dream houses complete with authentic detailing. While shepherding his father’s sheep, he would stand, umbrella in hand for the predictable Cumbrian rain, and mentally plant trees, transforming farmland into park. ‘The improving squire with a private income is my ideal life, but the latter was not to be,’ he says with a laugh. At Oxford, he read jurisprudence, but found the subject dull and instead immersed himself in his chosen period, reading the works of Fielding, Laurence Sterne, Samuel Johnson, Jonathan Swift and T H White’s The Age of Scandal. ‘Unlike the Victorians, who sentimentalised life, the Georgians were both civilised and incredibly brutal, indulging in philosophy, science and beauty as well as bear-baiting and cockfighting,’ says Christopher. ‘Look at portraits of the day: buckskin breeches and high-waisted dresses with lines straight from the shoulder. Much more graceful than those dour Victorian beards and bustles.’ After Oxford, he joined a friend’s property company in London. The company architect had no idea about historical buildings, so while ‘the structural stuff ’ was drawn up, Christopher was employed to add period detailing. The business went bust and, having not earned a sou but capitalising on his planning experience, Christopher became a barrister. He maintains that the Bar is the last bastion of an independent profession: ‘Vicars used to be, but are now just employees of the church.’ He was called to the Bar in 1994 and took Silk in 2013, practising from Landmark Chambers in Fleet Street, which specialises in planning and environmental 


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It is at Mallsgate Hall, where Christopher lives with his family, that he really indulges his love of all things Georgian


ANTICLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE Christopher with Henry outside Kirklinton Hall, which he purchased at auction to save from unsympathetic development schemes. Discussing the restoration work on the Grade II-listed Hall, which has included stabilising the walls. With Henry above the cascade in the gardens. Derelict since it closed as a nightclub and casino in the Seventies, the ruined seventeenth-century Hall and its gardens are open to the public and can be rented as a wedding venue


LIFESTYLE law. In 2009, he became a trustee for the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community. Six years later, he was appointed the chairman of The Georgian Group, taking on the role with characteristic gusto. The Georgian Group advises that any changes should be in harmony with the building. The charity employs four caseworkers with degrees in architectural history and building conservation, who are consulted on all planning applications that affect Listed Georgian buildings. ‘The focus seems wrong,’ says Christopher. ‘If you want to put a dormer window into a terraced house, you have to jump through hoops; yet if you want to put up a 25-storey tower that completely destroys the outline of an historic building, it often appears easier. The grant we get from the government covers a small proportion of our work, but we would like to advise more people so they can avoid making damaging mistakes. It is gratifying when we do encourage an amendment to a scheme and make a difference.’ This year, to mark the eightieth anniversary of The Georgian Group, it hosted Splendour! Art in Living Craftsmanship, an exhibition celebrating present-day craftsmen whose traditional skills help to preserve Georgian buildings. A year-round calendar of talks, summer fêtes with Georgian attractions and winter parties help to raise the charity’s profile. Christopher returns to Cumbria from South Kensington each weekend where, as if he did not have enough to do, he is restoring Kirklinton Hall, which he bought in 2012 to save it from an unsympathetic proposal for 22 houses. A seventeenth-century ruin surrounded by gardens, it is open to the public and hosts an annual opera season in aid of the British Red Cross – next year it will be Rossini’s The Barber of Seville – as well as weddings. But it is at the 670-acre Mallsgate Hall, five miles from Kirklinton, where he lives with his wife, Ilona, and their three children, that he pursues his passion for all things Georgian. ‘Poor Ilona complains she is the only wife she knows who cannot decorate her own house,’ he admits.  ANTICLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT Christopher entering The Georgian Group’s Fitzrovia headquarters. The door of the secretary’s office. With secretary David McKinstry. Christopher with Andrew Parkinson outside the Royal Courts of Justice. With Charlotte Freemantle of Jamb, examining the detail of a chimneypiece

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Built in 1607, Mallsgate was originally a ‘bastle house’ (a poor man’s peel tower) with cattle on the ground floor and living space upstairs. In the eighteenth century, a long barn was added, and in 1840 the house was doubled in depth, along with the addition of the archway and the granary. Slowly, Christopher has transformed the layout, conceiving new rooms and, after poring over the works of Andrea Palladio as if they were Holy Writ, drawing up each architectural detail. A small sitting room and entrance corridor at one end of the house became the present dining room, which is hung with de Gournay’s ‘Earlham’ wallpaper, with a Murano glass chandelier made to Christopher’s design. He moved the kitchen to the other end of the house, which allowed for a new entrance hall that doubles as a panelled breakfast room, and a library on the first floor. He then converted the long barn into a Jacobean-style Great Hall. Christopher felt that the Great Hall had to be congruous with the rest of the building. To this end, mullioned windows were introduced, inspired by a William Hogarth painting. A staircase and musicians’ gallery link the hall to the library on the upstairs floor. Ilona now holds regular gatherings in the hall teaching Scottish reeling. Finally, a former shepherd’s bothy was turned into a Catholic chapel in which his daughter, Elizabeth, was christened and a requiem Mass was said for his father-in-law. ANTICLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE Ilona’s cousin Alice It will be no surprise that Christmas at making pies with Elizabeth. Christmas biscuits with Mallsgate is something of a Hogarthian gold leaf. George painting marzipan fruit. Georgian feast and is entered into wholeheartedly. A Christmas dishes in the Great Hall. Christopher has Georgian meal is prepared by Alice Doyne,  turned a former shepherd’s bothy into a chapel


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Thirties brass starburst lights, from £660 each, from Carlton Davidson. Foliage frame, from £245 a metre, from Pulbrook & Gould. Eighteenthcentury French painted pine demi-lune table, £14,000, from Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. ‘Seven-arm Bronze Candelabra’, £378, from Manufactum. ‘Taper Candles’, £9.50 a pair, from The Conran Shop. ‘Sybil’ ceramic lamp base (black), £540; ‘Bongo’ gathered cotton velvet shade (ochre), £475; both from Porta Romana. Wrapping paper, £1.20 a sheet; ribbon, £2 for 3 metres; both from Paperchase. For suppliers’ details, see Stockists page  HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


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In the atmospheric setting of a Provençale chateau, GABBY DEEMING and RUTH SLEIGHTHOLME create Christmas schemes in the colours of gemstones OPPOSITE WALL Antique mirror (left), £4,200, from Maison Artefact. Forties Venetian mirror, £4,950, from Lorfords. FURNITURE Metal and leather ‘Sable Chairs’, £1,464 each, from Ochre. ACCESSORIES Thirties painted steel chandelier, by Jean Royère, £30,000, from Howe. Tablecloth, ‘Marrakech’, silk, £610 a metre, from Robert Kime. Brass and pewter ‘Shelf Sconces’, by Malin Appelgren, £140 each, from The Shop Floor Project. Pillar candles, £44 each, from Cire Trudon. Gessoed card shapes, by Bridie Hall, £265 for 4, from Pentreath & Hall. Wood manger figures, from £29.50 each, from Manufactum. Glazed stoneware plates, from £65 each, from M Charpentier Antiques. ‘Pulcinella’ tumblers, £54 for 4; and wine glasses, £64 for 4; ‘Wood’ cutlery, £24 for 4; all from Oka. ‘Selena Napkins’ (indigo), £10 each; ‘Embossed Metal Candles’, £37 for a set of 3; all from Caravane. Tissue paper (sweet wrapping), £3.75 for 30 sheets; wrapping paper, £1.20 a sheet; ribbon, £2 for 3 metres; all from Paperchase. THIS PAGE FURNITURE ‘The Friar’s Chair’, £7,920 as seen, from Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. Lucite trolley, £1,500, from Carlton Davidson. ACCESSORIES Lampshades, £530 each, from Robert Kime. Handprinted Japanese woodblock wrapping paper, £12.50 a sheet, from Liberty. Ribbon, as before. Silver-plated cake stand, £580, from Hilary Batstone. Tissue paper, as before. Twenties mouth-blown Egyptian glasses, £15 each, from Pentreath & Hall. ‘Isphahan’ porcelain serving bowl, £86, from Oka. Hammered iron ‘Nox Candleholders’, £45 for 3, from Caravane. ‘Madeleine’ dinner candles, £18 for 4, from Cire Trudon. Glazed stoneware bowl, from £120, from M Charpentier Antiques. Foliage arrangement, from £245, from Pulbrook & Gould

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FURNITURE Eighteenth-century French painted pine demi-lune table, £14,000, from Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. Steel and cotton velvet ‘Eternal Dreamer’ sofa, corner section, £5,160; curved sections, £4,716 each; from Ochre. Oak oval stool covered in suzani fabric, £4,995, from Robert Kime. Italian gilded metal side table, £1,260, from Carlton Davidson. ACCESSORIES Thirties brass starburst lights, from £660 each, from Carlton Davidson. ‘Seven-arm Bronze Candelabra’, £378, from Manufactum. ‘Taper Candles’, £9.50 a pair, from The Conran Shop. Antique silk cushions, tasselled, £190; square, £220; from Robert Kime. Silver-plated metal flutes, £950 for 6, from Hilary Batstone. ‘Large Tray’ (warm grey/ orange), by Pentreath & Hall, £750, from The Lacquer Company. Nordmann fir 10ft Christmas tree, £84, from Kingswood Christmas Trees. On tree: Brass ‘Pendulum Candle Holders’, £11.50 each; ‘Red Beeswax Christmas Tree Candles’, £18.80 for 26; all from Manufactum. ‘Clear Antique Red Balls’, £4.20 each, from Gisela Graham. Tin heart decorations, from £2 each, from Milagros. Rainbow pom-pom crackers, £55 for 6, from Selfridges. Wrapping paper and ribbon, as on previous page

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THIS PAGE Hand-printed Japanese woodblock wrapping paper, £12.50 a sheet, from Liberty. Ribbon, from £2 for 3 metres, from Paperchase. Background: ‘The Wave Longue’ beech daybed, £4,000 excluding fabric, from Beata Heuman; covered in ‘Mirakel’ linen (black), by Josef Frank, €200 a metre, from Svenskt Tenn. OPPOSITE FURNITURE Hand-painted wood and metal coffee table, £2,900, from Hilary Batstone. ‘Hacienda’ hand-hammered tin headboard (silver), $2,750, from Casamidy. ‘Take’ steel side table, £293, from Caravane. ‘The Wave Longue’ beech daybed, as before. ACCESSORIES For similar mouth-blown glass carafe and glasses, try Summerill & Bishop. ‘Velours Lavé’ velvet cushion covers (from left: carbone, paprika, emeraude), small, £41 each, large, £50; ‘Nimbus’ cotton velvet quilt (paprika), £231; all from Caravane. ‘Silk Ikat Cushion’, £265; ‘Indigo Flower’ silk cushion, £300; both from Irving & Morrison. White resin and slate ‘New York Table Lamps’, £1,260 each, from Margit Wittig. Lampshades in antique fabrics, £530 each, from Robert Kime. Nineteenth-century Italian chandelier, £5,580 for similar, from Carlton Davidson. Hand-printed Japanese woodblock wrapping paper, and ribbon, both as before. For suppliers’ details, see Stockists page  DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


EXTERIOR (this page) Accessed through an archway, the eighteenth-century former stable block is set around a courtyard. ENTRANCE HALL (opposite) While most of the stable block is single-storey, this side has two levels. The double-height entrance hall was added about 10 years ago, as part of Clarissa Clifford’s brief for converting part of the building into a house. The two lurcher sculptures on the cabinet are by Heather Jansch

Stable companions Having handed over the reins of Ugbrooke Park to the next generation, Clarissa and Thomas Clifford have downsized to a house in the Devon estate’s former stable block, which makes the perfect setting for celebrating Christmas TEXT ROS BYAM SHAW | PHOTOGRAPHS SIMON BROWN | LOCATIONS EDITOR LIZ ELLIOT

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n the way up the long drive to Ugbrooke Park in Devon, a house remodelled by Robert Adam and set in parkland by Capability Brown, which has been the seat of the Clifford family since 1604, you pass the stable block. This handsome late-eighteenth-century building, with its arcaded façade, has not housed horses for as long as anyone can remember. More than 20 years ago, when interior designer Clarissa Goodall came to live at Ugbrooke with her husband Thomas, the 14th Baron Clifford of Chudleigh, some of the building had already been carved up to make a couple of flats. The rest of the space – rows of stalls, the carriage house and tack rooms, all set around a central courtyard – was being used as storage. Thomas’ father bought the lease of Ugbrooke from his uncle, and began the long process of restoring the house and rejuvenating the estate. But it was not until Clarissa arrived on the scene that the interiors of this castellated mansion were returned to their former elegance. ‘It was a joy,’ says Clarissa. Having worked for so long with the interior designer Christopher Rowley, including on the decoration of other Adam houses, she wasn’t a bit daunted. The resplendent results of her long programme of reordering and restoration were featured in the December 2015 issue of House & Garden. By this time, Clarissa and Tom had already moved out and into their new house in the stable block. There was nothing sudden about this move. ‘We always planned to hand over the house to Tom’s oldest son, Alexander,’ says Clarissa. ‘When you live somewhere like Ugbrooke, you belong DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


ENTRANCE HALL (opposite top left and right) The stone chimneypiece by Thornhill Galleries is decorated with ivy and fir cones for Christmas. Limestone paving and a cantilevered staircase were added as part of the renovations a decade ago. SITTING ROOM (opposite bottom right and this page) Dutch marquetry chairs flank an eighteenth-century French mirror and bureau. A side table from Vaughan sits beside the sofa, which is covered in ‘Quadretto’ from Colefax and Fowler, with piping cord and bullion fringe from George Spencer Designs. The curtains and blinds, in ‘Seafern’ by Nicholas Haslam, were made by Elizabeth Harris


DINING ROOM (this page) Worcester porcelain from Barr, Flight & Barr, circa 1810, hangs on the walls and is displayed in the china cabinet from Oka. The table and chairs are from William Yeoward, while Schumacher’s ‘Penelope Embroidery’ linen was used for the curtains and blind. LANDING (opposite top) A George III mahogany chair-backed settee sits under mahogany hanging shelves. SPARE BEDROOM (opposite bottom) The valance and headboard are in a discontinued Colefax and Fowler fabric. The eiderdown was made by Cover Up Designs in ‘Great Kasumi’ by Bennison Fabrics

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to it, it doesn’t belong to you. You are custodians and it is important that it should have new energy and ideas. At one stage, we thought we might build ourselves a dower house in the grounds, but I always loved the old stables. For a while, they made a studio for a wonderful sculptor, Heather Jansch. About 10 years ago, we decided to convert part of the building to make a house that we could rent out with a view to living in it ourselves one day.’ They worked with local architect Peter Sutton of Harrison Sutton. Three sides of the courtyard are single-storey, but the range opposite the arched entrance is two-storey. The original 1793 plan for the block, a copy of which hangs in the entrance hall, shows there were bedrooms for the grooms on the first floor, above stalls and smaller rooms labelled as ‘harness room’, ‘saddle rooms’, ‘horse medicine room’ and ‘store closet or lobby for great coats’. The whole building is Grade II-listed, but they were given planning permission to gut these spaces and remodel the interior. Clarissa’s brief was for a double-height entrance hall, with a floating, cantilevered staircase and an enfilade of rooms on either side. ‘I also wanted tall, wide doors, as they give a sense of spaciousness, and substantial stone chimneypieces for a feeling of solidity.’ Although the original plans show that there were only two small openings along the ground floor of the back façade, they were allowed to put in new windows following the lines of faux window rebates conveniently specified by the Georgian architect for aesthetic reasons. They lowered the floors in order to gain ceiling height. They also laid limestone paving in the entrance hall and wide oak boards running through the rest of the ground floor – a study and spare bedroom to the left of the entrance hall, a drawing room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory to the right. Ten years on, when Clarissa and Tom were ready to move in, they made only a few adjustments. They reorganised the layouts of both upstairs bathrooms, dividing a room next to the study to make a spare room and bathroom, and adding wall units and a honed granite work surface in the kitchen. ‘And then I cannot tell you how much fun I had,’ says Clarissa. ‘I inherited quite a lot of antique furniture and paintings, which we took to the stables rather than removing Clifford things from the big house. I also bought some contemporary furniture from some of my favourite designers, such as Julian Chichester, William Yeoward and Nigel Carew-Jones.’ Freed from the aesthetic demands of important historic interiors, Clarissa’s style is clean, unfussy, and economical. ‘I enjoy finding things that are not expensive and still look good. The kitchen units are from Magnet and the floor in the dog room is from B&Q,’ she says. ‘And I am particularly pleased with the china cabinet in the dining room. It was in the Oka sale and we gave it a new, slightly distressed paint finish.’ These are not the only freedoms Clarissa has enjoyed since downsizing. ‘I loved living in the big house – we both did – but it was full-on. At Christmas, we always had a fundraising evening for the local hospice with about 100 guests. We had carol singers on the stairs, a buffet supper and the most enormous Christmas tree. On Christmas Eve, after midnight mass in the chapel, we invited everyone back to the house for mulled wine and mince pies, and then on Christmas day, I would do the cooking – not really my strong point – in order to give the staff time off. Now we are here, Christmas is so much more relaxed. I gather lots of ivy and fir cones from the estate to decorate the mantelpieces and holly for over the pictures. Lots of family come for lunch and, after the Queen’s speech, we go for a long walk with the dogs. The Christmas tree is much smaller, too, which is such a relief ’  Clarissa Clifford: 01626-853655; ugbrooke.co.uk


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High fidelity The owners of this newbuild in the Austrian Alps called on designer Tino Zervudachi to help them replicate the feel of the traditional fishing lodge that had attracted them to this secluded area TEXT DAVID NICHOLLS | PHOTOGRAPHS MICHAEL SINCLAIR

THIS PAGE The house, set against a dramatic craggy mountain, was styled on a traditional lodge with a steeply pitched roof, dormer windows and a veranda


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small tributary of the Danube winds its way through Austria’s Northern Limestone Alps, an area so pristine it is hard to tell what is a nature reserve and what is not. Could there be a more idyllic spot upon which to build a retreat than its banks? ‘It is a special place,’ agrees interior designer Tino Zervudachi. ‘It is so hidden and remote, and there is a strong connection to nature here.’ That is exactly what Tino’s clients were looking for when they bought a swathe of land here 10 years ago. The family knew the area well, having spent many summers here, whiling away the days fishing for trout and salmon. The house they rented from a friend was comfortable but humble, with no electricity. ‘But they loved it,’ Tino explains. ‘When they decided to build their own fishing lodge, they wanted to create the same atmosphere and a sense they had stepped back in time.’ Tino and the architect Peter Helletzgruber were brought on board to help them achieve this. The new house is at the end of a private, unpaved road through a forest of pine and birch that is filled with red deer, foxes and wild boar. When it comes into view against the backdrop of a snow-dusted, craggy mountain face rising high into the sky, it is clear that the designer has fulfilled his brief. While the house is large – it is three floors high and quite wide – it is as understated as any jagdhaus (hunting lodge) built in the area over the

past few hundred years. A steeply pitched roof is punctuated by a handful of dormer windows, while overhanging eaves offer the veranda, which wraps around three sides of the house, further protection from snowdrifts and rain. A less-is-more approach was applied to the interior. ‘It is a simple place,’ says Tino. ‘So the challenge was to make it not look too decorated.’ In keeping with the lodge vernacular, the predominant material used is wood, which Tino, working with carpenter Anton Gögl, used to its full potential. Planks of pine clad the walls and the supporting beams on the wood ceilings are visible. There is a pleasingly unrefined quality to it as knots, grain and natural variations in the wood’s tone create their own sense of pattern and texture. Tino has known the owners for more than 25 years and has worked for them and their grown-up children on several houses. Inevitably, this creates a certain shorthand. He was familiar with the house that had inspired this one, so understood what they wanted to recreate. The designer also knew that, over the years, the owners had accumulated a collection of furniture and textiles from which he could select pieces for this project. Examples of the latter include the antique kilims that cover the floors throughout the house. These have been used to great effect, creating a harmonious contrast with the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Tyrolean painted furniture. The traditional tall, tiled stoves known as kachelöfen, antique examples of which have been installed in every room, create focal points in a house that is not

HALL (this page) Mounted horns from the owners’ collection and painted and plain wooden furniture complement the pine-clad hall. SITTING ROOM (opposite) The ground-floor living areas have been designed with comfortable, rural simplicity in mind. The wingback chair is covered in ‘Nuages Chinois’ custom-coloured jacquard by Prelle DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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KITCHEN (opposite) Modern appliances are hidden behind rustic cabinetry, which is in harmony with the exposed beams. A wood-burning stove juts out from one wall, creating a half partition with the sitting area. DINING AREA (this page) A plain check tablecloth and bench with cushions emphasises the informal Alpine feel. The eighteenth-century Tyrolean bauernstuhl chairs are from the owners’ furniture collection HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


overburdened with artwork. While these stoves are used, their output is enhanced by underfloor heating – one of the discreet concessions to modern life. This also gives the open-plan living area on the ground floor a warmer feel on cold Alpine evenings. The space has been furnished with comfort in mind and has that casual, this-and-that style that often seems impossible to create without the help of an interior designer. The custom sofa and armchairs are deep and squishy, the antique wingback and carver chairs were a Paris find. A long dining table has antique bauernstuhl chairs that are typical of the region, and above it are two locally made parchment pendant lights, hand-painted with images of local wildlife. ‘The kitchen doesn’t feel very kitchen-like,’ Tino says about the back of this space. By twenty-first-century standards, he is right. Modern appliances are hidden behind rustic cabinetry and an old, built-in, woodburning stove juts out from one wall, creating a half partition between the kitchen and dining and sitting areas. The project took two-and-a-half years to complete. Planning permission took an age to come through, and there was a lake to create and forest to clear. ‘Before the road had been built, I had to fly to the site in a helicopter,’ recalls Tino, who had just broken his leg at the time. ‘I had to manoeuvre my way over the snow on crutches. The whole thing was quite an experience’  Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi: 00-33-1 42 96 44 92; 020-7730 9072; mhzlondon.com SPARE BEDROOM (top left) Parchment pendant lampshades here are painted with images of local wildlife. BATHROOM (top right) The kachelofen wood-burning stove is one of several in the house. All of these, including a green tiled one (bottom right), are renovated antique stoves. BEDROOM (opposite) The eighteenth-century beds are painted in local Bauernmalerei folk art DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK


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Their smart materials Creating their house in east London from scratch, architects Sophie Goldhill and David Liddicoat were able to maximise the potential of an empty plot and make imaginative use of materials

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OPPOSITE At the back of the house is a pair of four-metre-high pivot doors manufactured by UK Glass. THIS PAGE The kitchen was built by Whitstable-based joiner and carpenter Rochlin Bespoke, and is topped with a stainless-steel work surface with brass trims. A custom built-in shelf to house condiments runs behind it


The striking chandelier in the dining area is a ‘Taraxacum 88 S’ pendant light by Flos. ‘It is an iconic Seventies pendant, and we debated over it for ages, because you do see it everywhere. But in a big space like this, it is perfect,’ says Sophie. Army netting was used as a balustrade to section off the staircase that leads down to the basement


A black marble ‘Tulip’ table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll, bought in a sample sale, sits in the dining area. The surrounding vintage G Plan chairs were sourced on Ebay

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e wanted to build a house where you can touch the brick, lay a f loor where you can feel the concrete and construct a ceiling where you can see the wood,’ says architect Sophie Goldhill. ‘Being true to materials is something we enjoy, and within this project we feel we achieved that.’ She is referring to a handsome four-storey property she and her partner David Liddicoat designed and built, known as the Makers’ House. It is, in fact, the second house that the couple have conceived for themselves. They met while studying at the Royal College of Art and went on to found the award-winning architecture studio Liddicoat & Goldhill, which works on both domestic and commercial projects. Their first house was a small, experimental self-build in King’s Cross, planned while they were studying together, which they sold in 2011. ‘It was a labour of love and sparked our interest in domestic architecture. Despite being the steepest learning curve, we enjoyed the process so much we wanted to do it again,’ Sophie says. The search was then on for a plot on which to build a larger house. ‘At the time, our offices were based in Dalston, and we were renting in Hackney,’ says Sophie. ‘Lots of our friends were in east London, and it felt like an exciting and vibrant place to live, but at the same time we could see it was a great place to grow our family.’ A short but intensive six-month search in 2012 led them to the Victoria Park conservation area, where they chanced upon a slice of land tucked between two pairs of Victorian villas. They made enquiries and put in an offer immediately. Only later, having studied old maps, Sophie discovered why the plot lay mysteriously empty for so long. ‘It was once home to a huge tree. At some point the tree disappeared and the land was left disused – DECEMBER 2017 HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK

ABOVE FROM LEFT The raised seating area looks down onto the double-height kitchen and dining room; there are three cross braces throughout the building, all of which have been left exposed. The front gate is a laser-cut aluminium design, custom made by Essex Laser

but it was nothing to do with us, I promise,’ she says with a laugh. When it came to planning the newbuild, the aim was to create a house that would sit comfortably within its surroundings, without being a pastiche. ‘Something with its own identity, but nothing too radical or against the grain,’ says Sophie. ‘We had a great conservation officer, who was a trained architect, so he could see what we were trying to achieve.’ The lofty nature of the houses next to the site was also a distinct advantage, as they were able to gain permission for a build of equal height by including a chamfered roof, designed specifically to respect the neighbour’s rights to light. The end result is a property constructed using a wealth of contrasting materials inside and out, including a zinc roof, bleached larch joists, polished concrete floors and walls built from slimline Petersen bricks. ‘We had used them for clients in the past, but only internally,’ says Sophie. ‘They have a wonderful handmade quality, and this was a great opportunity to use them externally, too.’ Inside, the ground f loor opens up into a vast split-level living space, with a raised sitting room leading to a dramatic doubleheight kitchen and dining area. At the back of the property, an impressive pair of full-height pivot doors opens out on to the courtyard. ‘We looked at where light comes in and everything was designed to ensure the space never feels gloomy,’ says Sophie. One f loor down, the basement is home to a utility room, a


The vintage Italian chair (also opposite) in the seating area was bought on Ebay and reupholstered in a yellow Kvadrat fabric, while the rattan chair was a Habitat buy. The rug was bought in Aviemore during a skiing trip. ‘I have always liked hides, but never found one with the right shape and textural quality until I found this.’ The botanical artwork is by fresco artist Cara Campbell


THIS PAGE In a top-f loor bedroom, whitewash was applied to the exposed timber beams; the bed is from Habitat. OPPOSITE FROM TOP The first-floor en suite is partly clad in green ‘Zelliges’ tiles by Emery & Cie, with a bath from Bette; a large ‘Saucer Bubble’ pendant lamp by George Nelson for Herman Miller hangs over the bed, bought from Made. In the shower, the marble tiles – originally larger slabs reclaimed from an old bank – were cut into strips in order to lay a chevron pattern; the shower is from Dornbracht


walk-in larder and a snug. ‘We wanted the formal areas to feel grown-up; we like to cook, entertain and listen to music. The basement has a television, a pinball machine and space for the children’s toys, so the ground floor can be clutter-free. We had permission to excavate the entire basement, but we decided to use half of it to create the double-height kitchen and dining area. It was worth more than a few extra square feet underground.’ Light continues to be important throughout the upper levels, with the first-f loor main bedroom, bathroom and study area benefiting from facing south. The height of the top f loor brings in light from the north. On the upper floors, tactile materials come to the fore, including rich, glossy Rhodesian mahogany parquet salvaged from Hove fire station. Similarly, the first-floor bathroom is clad in marble reclaimed from an old bank. Originally larger-format slabs, they were cut into narrow strips to create a striking chevron design. ‘Not only did it save money, but it also gave the materials a new lease of life,’ says Sophie. Now Sophie and David, plus their two children, Hester, six, and Trewin, three, have decided to move on from the house. The couple have snapped up a Sixties seafront bungalow ripe for conversion in Whitstable, as well as a warehouse, formerly the Thanet Gazette printing press, in nearby Margate, the top f loor of which they plan to use as their new offices. The ground f loor will become a yoga studio and a café. ‘The house in Victoria Park was incredible to live in: relaxing, effortless and serene, despite being in such an urban location, and we were sad to leave,’ says Sophie. ‘But new projects are part of what we do, so we are excited to see what happens next’  Liddicoat & Goldhill: 020-7923 2737; liddicoatgoldhill.com HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


Down to the ground Former House & Garden editor Susan Crewe discusses the trials and triumphs of relocating from the top floors to the bottom of her London house, working with friends and family to make her requirements a reality PHOTOGRAPHS SIMON BROWN | LOCATIONS EDITOR LIZ ELLIOT

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SITTING ROOM (opposite) This is furnished with upholstered furniture and antiques, including an Adam mirror rescued from a house fire in Bloomsbury. DINING ROOM (this page) ‘Invisible’ cupboards in this room, which leads into the kitchen, house coats, china and other household necessities and appliances, while under the books are filing cabinets, stationery drawers and a printer. The red paint was a bespoke gloss mix from Papers and Paints


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SITTING ROOM (opposite) Susan’s collection of twentiethcentury pictures are hung in this light, west-facing room. KITCHEN (this page) Geometric f loor tiles from Bert & May chime with the blue palette of the kitchen, which was designed and made by Neptune


I PASSAGE Leading to the main bedroom, the walls of the passage have been painted with stripes by Gary Boal from Cubitt Theobald, who did all the painting throughout the flat. Beyond the bedroom is the en-suite wet room

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have come down in the world. I used to live on the top floors of my London house, with a garden on the roof, and now my flat is on the ground floor, with a tiny garden leading off the sitting room. To be honest, I was getting a little weary of lugging suitcases and shopping up the stairs, and it was a chore taking compost up to the roof terrace. I am getting older and one day I hope to be really old and old people last longer if they do not fall down stairs. So I decided to sell the top floors and use the proceeds to pull apart the ground floor and reassemble it. My daughter had the foresight to marry a brilliant architect and I have the good fortune to have a cousin who is a brilliant decorator and also a dear friend, so choosing whom to enlist on the project was not a problem. It might have been risky to work with relations and friends, but we were clear about costs and responsibilities from the start and set up a buffer zone between client, architect and decorator. My son-in-law James Gorst drew up the plan and then handed the running of the year-long build to one of the senior architects in his practice, Laura O’Brien. She was so assiduous, imaginative and fun that I wish I could embark on another conversion just for the sheer joy of working with her. Likewise, my cousin Jane Ormsby Gore of J R Design, who created the overall scheme for the decoration of the rooms, while her principal designer, Charlotte Allison, oversaw the implementation and looked after the 101 details and day-to-day decisions. It was probably helpful that I knew what I wanted, which was a main bedroom with an en-suite wet room, a spare bedroom and bathroom, a room that would be used as both a dining room and study, a kitchen and a sitting room with a working fireplace. This was a tall order, because the available space was tight. James magically achieved it by extending over the side return, removing a wall that held up the entire house and inserting roof lights in the bedroom and kitchen ceilings. The builders, Cubitt Theobald, had a hellish time working in a confined space during a wet winter while tons of steel was manoeuvred into place, but they remained cheerful and considerate throughout. There were unforeseen setbacks, of course, and the whole thing took longer and cost more than I had expected, but that was probably because I was reluctant to compromise. What did rather shake me was the amount of money I had to produce before anything happened. Things like party-wall agreements, structural engineer reports, asbestos removal and fees for this and that all mounted up, and I had nothing to show for it. However, when the site stopped looking like a wet hole in the ground and walls started to go up instead of down, my spirits soared. The westfacing sitting room is light with pale walls. The back of this room is the dining room/study, which has no natural light. Instead of fighting this, we made it a dark red cocoon hung with seventeenth- and eighteenthcentury portraits. Cubitt Theobald made red lacquer cupboards and shelves that contain my whole life. It is no accident that everything fits in. Between them, Laura and Charlotte measured and counted my possessions before they went into storage so that when they emerged again, everything had a place. Similarly, the tiny kitchen, which was designed and built by Neptune – I think it may be the smallest kitchen it has ever made – functions perfectly and two sets of pocket doors enable it to be closed off or act as a passage. There are so many things that I love about my flat: the smooth tadelakt walls of the bathrooms; the hand-painted tree on the wall of my bedroom, upon which perch Cumbrian birds; the beautiful tiles by Bert & May on the kitchen floor; the Thirties fabric of the sitting room curtains; the wild stripes on the walls of the passage. All this and more ordained by J R Design and applied to the light-filled, fluid space created by my clever son-in-law. Lucky, lucky me  J R Design: 020-7221 9048; jrdesign.org James Gorst Architects: 020-7336 7140; jamesgorstarchitects.co.uk Cubitt Theobald: 01787-371002; cubitt.co.uk


MAIN BEDROOM A hand-painted mural decorates the walls of this room, while the door curtains were made by KLS Interiors. The four-poster bed is a bespoke piece made by Turnpost, with a headboard covered in Thorody’s ‘Sounds Around’ linen in sky blue


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BEDROOM The main bedroom in Susan Crewe’s flat is a confection of blue fabrics and prints. Bone Black created the mural (above centre and top right); for a directory of other muralists you could commission, visit houseandgarden.co.uk/muralists. Mylands’ ‘Morning Blue’ paint (above left) is a good match for the shade of the walls (£44 for 2.5 litres of matt emulsion). As a luxurious alternative to paint, de Gournay’s handpainted ‘Earlham’ silk wallcovering (left, from £950 for 213 x 91.5cm) features a similar design to the mural. Samuel & Sons’ ‘Dolce Pom Pom Fringe’ in blue frosting (£48 a metre), will provide a finishing touch like the one on the door curtains (above right). boneblack.co.uk | mylands.com | degournay.com | samuelandsons.com

B AT H R O O M W A L L S The bathroom walls are among Susan’s favourite things about the flat. Originating in Morocco, tadelakt is a plaster finish with a marble-like appearance that will develop a patina over time. It is water and mould resistant, making it perfect for bathrooms. Decor Tadelakt was commissioned for this project, and could create something similar from £140 a square metre. tadelakt.co.uk

S H E LV ING A decorative fretwork back panel adds interest to the shelving in the kitchen. You could ask your carpenter to create something similar using a cutout radiator panel. T&S Architectural has an MDF panel design that costs £35.42 for 183 x 61cm. tandsarchitectural.co.uk

C H E S T O F D R AW E R S The eighteenth-century Dutch marquetry commode in the sitting room was restored by west London’s Titian Studio. Lorfords sells similar antique and vintage commodes. Currently for sale is this ‘Red Lacquer Commode’, a Fifties Spanish piece with gilded decoration. It measures 89.5 x 111 x 58.5cm and costs £2,800. titianstudios.co.uk | lorfordsantiques.com


Inspired by the houses in this issue, BETHAN HYATT gives directions on how to achieve similar style

THEIR SMART M AT E R I A L S Pages 104–111

LAMPS Machine lamps, more commonly employed by jewellers, are used as task lamps in this London kitchen – ideal for cooking in the evening when the rest of the space has mood lighting. RS Components’ ‘Pro Halogen Machine Light’ has a reach of 83cm and costs from £112.15. uk.rs-online.com

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VA S E S On the table in the dining area sits a collection of ‘True Colour’ vases designed by Lex Pott for &Tradition. There are seven versions available, ranging from 10cm to 24cm in height. Each one is made from an oxidised and polished metal (either brass, copper, steel or aluminium) and they cost from £79.20 each. andtradition.com

STRIPED FABRIC The table and cushions in the seating area of this Austrian house are covered in ticking fabrics in a red, black and cream palette. Ralph Lauren Home has a versatile range; pictured is its ‘Arbaud Ticking’ (noir), cotton, £46 a metre, from Designers Guild. designersguild.com

KETTLE A vintage copper kettle suits the traditional look of the furniture and accessories. The Richmond Kettle Company sells handmade copper kettles that will age beautifully. The ‘No 3 Traditional Solid Copper Whistling Kettle’ with an ebonised beech handle costs £235. richmondkettlecompany.com

PLANTS

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Sophie Goldhill and David Liddicoat bought their house plants from Botany, a shop in their Hackney neighbourhood that stocks handmade homewares alongside a selection of plants. It also runs workshops on keeping house plants happy. This asparagus fern is a low-maintenance option tolerant of varying conditions; it costs £18 and can be delivered throughout the UK. botanyshop.co.uk

RU G The antique kilims that cover the floors were from the owners’ collection. The Rug Company sells a range of similar options, including this ‘Anatolian Kilim’, which is of a similar palette to the ones in the house. It measures 368 x 206cm and costs £1,700. therugcompany.com

CHE ST FLOORING Rhodesian mahogany parquet reclaimed from a Hove fire station runs throughout the upstairs rooms. This heavy red mahogany from Eastern and Southern African countries has excellent stability, which makes it suitable for underfloor heating. Lincolnshirebased company Parquet Parquet currently has Rhodesian mahogany reclaimed from Brecon police station available for £34 a square metre. parquet-parquet.co.uk

Painted Tyrolean furniture adds colour and pattern to the mostly neutral scheme. This nineteenth-century painted ‘Austrian Dowry Chest’ is currently available from 1stdibs. It measures 58 x 121 x 44cm and costs about €2,117. 1stdibs.com 

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BOTH PAGES Two roses – ‘Buff Beauty’ and the pillar climber ‘Genevieve’ – mingle together over an archway, while a violetcoloured clematis is a bold contrast to the red rose ‘Dr Huey’. In the foreground is owner Paulette’s favourite salvia, ‘Santa Barbara’, and a red geranium. The pale pink rose at the back of the bed is ‘Seduction’

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Ref lecting the owner’s love of salvias and scented roses, Robert Boyle’s design for this Australian garden in the wine-growing Yarra Valley has had to evolve to meet the challenges of the climate and the site’s windy setting TEXT CHRISTINE REID | PHOTOGRAPHS CLAIRE TAKACS


THIS PAGE French lavender borders rows of Merlot grape vines. OPPOSITE Red roses stand out in the Yarra Valley’s evening light. In this bed is a mixture of ‘Australian Red Cross’, David Austin’s ‘Tradescant’ and ‘Red Wand’, a rose from a nearby winery

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lanning a rural garden in Australia while its owners were living in Singapore was probably not the easiest of commissions for the landscape designer Robert Boyle. ‘This was 20 years ago, before we all had the internet,’ says owner Paulette Bisley. ‘My husband Warwick and I just visited every now and then.’ However, a great result was achieved at Ridgefield, on the rural outskirts of Melbourne. From bare and muddy cow paddocks, the garden has evolved in response to the climate and the tastes of the local wildlife. But the bones of the design still showcase Robert’s landscaping skills. ‘Looking back,’ Paulette says, ‘the best advice we had from Robert was to enlarge our dam so that we would have a two-year water capacity: in the severe drought leading up to the horrific bushfires of Black Saturday in February 2009, we would have lost the garden had we not followed his plan.’ The immaculately maintained garden overlooks one of Australia’s premier wine-growing areas – the Yarra Valley – where wine has been produced since the mid-nineteenth century. Robert’s design aim was to preserve the views of this cultivated, verdant landscape surrounded by hills and yet provide windbreaks to give the garden protection. The first phase of Robert’s plan was completed in early 1999. This included the large formal garden with the fountain as the centrepiece and beautiful pergolas. Robert’s careful orchestration of the two-and-a-half acres is evident in the spacious green voids of lawn, backed by the horizontal geometry of green escallonia hedges and the solidity of neatly pruned mounds of box. Steps and soft gravelled paths lead the visitor effortlessly from one corner to another. Deep beds filled with shrubs and drought-tolerant perennials surround the house and a series of Mediterranean-style courtyards provide shelter. ‘The site is windy: we are exposed to both north and south winds. And as well as the winds, the eucalypts are a challenge as they take so much moisture from the surrounding garden,’ says Warwick. The key hard landscaping elements, as planned, are only truly apparent after winter pruning and the deciduous trees lose their leaves.

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OPPOSITE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP This formal area is packed with perennials and roses, all selected for colour harmony. A combination of lavender and the rose ‘Fin de Siècle’. Hardy succulents cling to the stone steps. THIS PAGE A border of Rosa rugosa ‘Alba’ sets off the clipped mounds of Westringia fruticosa and box with spiky Cordyline australis near the gravel path

But from spring to autumn, it is the roses – nearly 500 of them – that are the most spellbinding attraction. ‘I really love all roses, but they must be scented,’ Paulette says. She has chosen an eclectic mix ranging from modern hybrid teas to David Austin English roses, Australian-bred climbers and petite floribundas. Roses drape the pergolas, line driveways, decorate walls and fill the air with glorious perfume. In the formal centrepiece of the garden, four large beds are packed with roses and informal groups of perennials, carefully selected for colour harmony. ‘In each bed, I have tried to select tall growing roses to give height and then fill in with planting around them,’ Paulette says. ‘Only two roses I grow have little perfume – ‘Pierre de Ronsard’ (also known as ‘Eden’) and ‘Elina’ – but their good looks overcome my prejudice against their light perfume.’ Paulette’s favourites are many: from the simplicity of Rosa rugosa ‘Alba’ to the shrub rose ‘Sally Holmes’, bred in Britain in 1976; from the tea rose of 1899 ‘Général Galliéni’ to a modern French-bred rose such as ‘Henri Matisse’, or the unusual scarlet ‘Geranium’ (moyesii hybrid). One bed she has planted entirely with red roses, surrounded by formal box hedging. ‘This area looks superb with evening light on the hills; the purple-blue landscape colours are echoed in the blue notes in the roses,’ says Paulette. Salvias are Paulette’s second most favourite plants. ‘The many varieties of salvia are the saving grace of all Australian gardens – they cope with the heat. I particularly love Salvia leucantha ‘Santa Barbara’ – it holds the garden together until winter. It is very showy in colour. I use borders of lavender and erigeron extensively as well to create further continuity,’ she adds. ‘Over the years, the garden has evolved to meet the idiosyncrasies of the site and climate,’ says Paulette. ‘After the last drought, the hardy, dry-tolerant plants that had survived then succumbed to the wet; the bush rats and rabbits do a lot of damage. The roses sulked in the wet years, but come those merciless summer days, they just smile – sunburnt but happy’  Robert Boyle: boylelandscape.com.au HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK DECEMBER 2017


N E W G A R D E N D E S I G N TA L E N T | P A R T 3

Emily Erlam Clare Foster meets the designer who, having changed careers in her thirties, has embraced her passion for creating gardens that complement architecture, combining dense planting with relaxed, low-maintenance areas PHOTOGRAPHS ANDREW MONTGOMERY

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OPPOSITE Emily in her Norfolk meadow, where she allows native ox-eye daisies and knapweed to flourish. THIS PAGE Tall wands of Eremurus x isabellinus ‘Cleopatra’ lend ochre tones to the Rain Garden


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t is a luxury to have a job that you enjoy, but most garden designers will tell you without hesitation that they love what they do. Emily Erlam is among them, having discovered garden design as a second career in her mid-thirties. ‘I was at the BBC, working until midnight two nights a week on News Review, and I had had enough,’ she says. ‘At the time, I was having some planting plans drawn up for my London garden. Having my own garden changed my life, and I can honestly say I never felt as happy as when I was building and creating it.’ She decided to do a three-month course at the English Gardening School while she was pregnant with her second child and quickly realised that it had sparked a passion in her. She then immersed herself in gardens, visiting as many as she could over the following two years, before enrolling on the oneyear diploma course at the London College of Garden Design. Now 45, Emily has her own London-based business and is designing gardens in the city and beyond – chic, simple outdoor spaces with bespoke furnishings and elegant planting. She particularly enjoys the juxtaposition of garden and building, and is passionate about architecture. ‘If a garden is right, the building looks at its best,’ she says. ‘It is so important to work with the nature of the building; I have had great experiences collaborating with architects so that the garden can extend the experience of the house.’ One of the first gardens she designed while still at college was a collaborative project with architectural practice Johnson Naylor, which won a RIBA award for its redesign of the Experimental Station on the shore at Dungeness. Emily created a sustainable gravel garden that looks completely at home in the setting, planting in hummocks and drifts to mimic the patterns of the natural land formations. In 2015, she won a Society of Garden Designers award for the Dungeness garden, also winning its Future Designer award that year for another garden in Surrey. Current projects include a roof terrace in King’s Cross and a beach garden in Norfolk. She has another project on the go in Norfolk, where five years ago she and her husband bought an old tithe barn with a piggery, a farmyard and an acre of land. Working with the architect Niall Maxwell, they have transformed the piggery into a single-storey house that wraps around the garden, seamlessly integrating building and garden. There are two courtyard areas accessible from the ground-floor bedrooms on both sides of the T-shape building, and the main courtyard garden, the Rain Garden, is

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THIS PAGE A view of the tithe barn and converted piggery from the meadow. OPPOSITE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Purple sage in the Rain Garden. Achillea ‘Moonshine’. The Rain Garden is bordered by a brick-and-flint wall. Ornamental grasses. Hummocks of lavender around a table and benches by Emily. Purple sage and Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii. Stemmacantha centauroides. Emily’s portable chairs. The side entrance to the garden (centre)

on full view from the kitchen and living area, so wherever you are in the house, the garden is present. Even when it is raining, the glass doors can be left open and you can sit under the overhang of the roof, just to be outside. ‘It was always going to be a building and a garden incorporated,’ says Emily. ‘It’s how we live our life.’ The sheltered Rain Garden is a small, intensively planted space enclosed on three sides by the building and a brickand-flint wall. Hummocks of Euonymus alatus lend structure, turning burnt red in autumn, which ties in with the brick of the barn and walls. Other orange tones are picked up by Achillea ‘Terracotta’ and tall wands of Eremurus x isabellinus ‘Cleopatra’, leading the eye to the meadow beyond. ‘I tend to plant in a matrix style or small, repeating drifts,’ says Emily. ‘I like things to look generous and exciting, and I have a passion for plants that grow tall, combining them with wellbehaved and dependable plants that give drama all year round.’ Here and elsewhere in the garden are examples of Emily’s own furniture designs: beautiful oak tables and benches, and portable folding chairs that you can cart around to catch the sun. ‘I am mad about garden furniture,’ she says. ‘I particularly like the classicism of Belgian furniture, which I think suits the English countryside. I design things because I know exactly what I want and can never find it on the market.’ The barn is used as a weekend house and the garden needs to be low maintenance as Emily looks after it herself, so the planted areas elsewhere are kept simple, with repeat planting of ornamental grasses, or hummocks of lavender and santolina. Beyond the main garden, a meadow stretches off to the tree-lined horizon. ‘We bought the field from the farmer and share it with our neighbours,’ says Emily. Wanting to keep the agricultural feel, they leave the meadow to its own devices, allowing the native flora to flourish, including ox-eye daisies, knapweed and common yarrow. Mowing paths through the long grass is as far as they go, although Emily is yearning to put a natural swimming pond in one day. Just being in this beautiful rural garden brings a sense of calm, and it is this sense of place, of atmosphere, that Emily is trying to achieve in all her gardens. ‘The key element for me when I’m designing is, “How does it make you feel?”,’ she explains. ‘Does it need to be more enclosed for a sense of relaxation? Does it need a view to make it more uplifting? Sometimes the solution is obvious, and you can tell from the moment you walk into a place’  Emily Erlam Landscapes: erlamstudio.com


Winter thrillers Reflecting the Royal Horticultural Society’s development of Wisley’s year-round appeal, a visit to the gardens at this time of year offers varied pleasures – from unexpected fragrance to dramatic contrasts of colour and texture TEXT NAOMI SLADE | PHOTOGRAPHS MARIANNE MAJERUS

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OPPOSITE Winter flowers such as the primrose-yellow Corylopsis pauciflora (top) and soft pink Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ (bottom), are small but exquisite in form. THIS PAGE FROM TOP The bark chippings path by Wisley’s lake is lined by the pale stems of Cornus sericea – golden-twig dogwood – and Rubus biflorus, and the blazing burnt reds of Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’. The stems bring unexpected colour to a wintry lake setting


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he garden in winter has a delicacy that other seasons lack. The flowers may be small but they are exquisite in form and perfume and, when colour does creep in, it is intensified by an otherwise sombre backdrop. Yet a winter garden is often something of an afterthought. A spot of incidental seasonal interest, for desultory enjoyment at best. However, over the past four years, the Royal Horticultural Society has been focusing on its flagship garden at Wisley in an effort to make the off-season offering not just as fulsome as possible, but also unmissable. ‘In cold weather, visitors tend to head for the café and the Glasshouse, so we put the Winter Walk between the two,’ explains curator Matthew Pottage. ‘Traditionally, winter gardens are quite small, but here we wanted to create a garden landscape with a sense of journey. There are pockets and concentrations of interest to pull people along and the whole team has been involved, so there are some quite quirky ideas in places.’ The walk, which takes around 25 minutes, blends the traditional with the avant garde. It loops around the lake in Seven Acres, where a dense forest of vibrant stems enjoy a high water table and reliably wet feet, while visitors enjoy the hard paths. It then delivers a series of surprises.

The lake is open to the west, and the soft afternoon sunshine illuminates willow and dogwood, bright rods of blood and fire that soften and quench in a watery reflection. Elsewhere, hazy, white Rubus biflorus combines with a sugary proliferation of Helleborus ‘Walberton’s Rosemary’ in an uplifting ice-cream confection, and azure blue Iris histrioides ‘Lady Beatrix Stanley’ provides an eye-popping contrast to burnt orange hamamelis. ‘The witch hazels have been planted in drifts of about 30, massed together for colour and scent; it is really striking,’ enthuses Matthew. ‘In fact, we have every hamamelis with an RHS Award of Garden Merit running along the walk. ‘There is also a big river of Edgeworthia chrysantha, it f lowers on naked stems and has an unmissable scent. The garden is most fragrant in winter, I think. Chimonanthus praecox ‘Luteus’ is good and the daphnes are heavenly, Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ is amazing, it goes on for more than a month.’ Along the journey, details and highlights change and evolve, but a number of signature plants are used to maintain coherence – multi-stem specimens of Prunus serrula and the conifer Cupressus arizonica var. glabra ‘Blue Ice’. Golden pines, which turn yellow in the winter, are also a theme, with around 20 different cultivars dotted throughout the garden. The previous year’s growth on the hamamelis is cut back to two buds after flowering and, flying in the face of convention, the Wisley team chops the salix, rubus and cornus to the ground. Bright sunlight brings out the best colour and the varieties are chosen with care, to achieve maximum impact. ‘Cornus alba ‘Baton Rouge’ is an improvement on other red cornus; it has a real blow-your-socks-off colour,’ says Matthew. ‘If you want plants to look good in winter, you have to treat them well in summer: you can’t just ignore them. People are scared of hard-pruning at the end of winter – they lose their nerve. But cutting stems back by a third doesn’t give the best results. The plants don’t mind – you just have to water them and feed with a balanced fertilizer so that they recover.’ Wisley’s atmospheric winter offering may be just four years old but, anchored by surrounding trees and an established landscape, it has a great sense of place. The great evergreens and lacy silhouettes are poised against the sky, while the regular verticals of the dawn redwoods, Metasequoia glyptostroboides, slice across a lake of hammered bronze. Like many of the best winter gardens, Wisley is a paradox; throwing light and brightness into the darkness, contrasting delicacy with astonishing robustness, and challenging visitors with fresh ideas  RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, Surrey: 0871-200 2233; rhs.org.uk/gardens/wisley. Visit the website for details of the Magic of Christmas and Christmas Glow events

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Me r r y a nd b r i g h t Chef and food writer THOMASINA MIERS creates a bold and original Christmas banquet, combining fresh flavours with make-ahead recipes for a fun and relaxing feast. All recipes serve 6 PHOTOGRAPHS ISSY CROKER | FOOD STYLING GEORGIA LEVY | PROP STYLING BLANCHE VAUGHAN

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Christmas should be all about catching up with friends and family, relishing the time off and eating delicious food. I am always on the lookout for recipes that do not involve absurd amounts of work, and I don’t always want traditional food – by Boxing Day I am yearning for something more exotic. My festive feast begins with light, crisp starters that need no cooking, followed by a rich main event, and a naughty pudding. Happy Christmas!

SALMON WITH CORIANDER, LIME AND GIN This fresh salmon tartare has layers of flavour from the herbs, gin, citrus and soy, making it an unusual and sophisticated starter. X2tsp coriander

CELERIAC AND BLUE CHEESE SALAD WITH PICKLED CELERY You can prepare much of this salad in advance, which is just what is needed when there are lots of people to feed. Cutting the celeriac into small cubes allows for a lighter crunch, which is a lovely contrast to the sweet-sour pickle and creamy cheese. The pickle can be made up to two weeks ahead if kept in an airtight jar in the fridge – it is a brilliant addition to sandwiches, so make lots and bring it out all Christmas. For the pickle X100ml sherry vinegar X50g sugar X1 bay leaf X2 star anise X3 celery sticks For the salad X1/2 celeriac (about 450g) X2tbsp lemon juice X3tbsp extra-virgin olive oil X1tsp Dijon mustard X100g Stichelton or other blue cheese X30g blanched hazelnuts, toasted XSmall bunch chives, chopped X2 white chicory heads

1 For the pickle, heat the vinegar, sugar, bay leaf and star anise in a frying pan over a medium-low heat until the sugar dissolves. Finely slice the celery and place in a bowl. Add the pickle liquid and allow to cool. 2 For the salad, peel the celeriac, slice and then cut into 1/2cm cubes. Dress in a bowl with the lemon juice to prevent it browning. Set aside. 3 Take 1tsp of the pickle liquid and mix with the oil and mustard to make a dressing. 4 Toss half the dressing through the celeriac and crumble in the blue cheese. Crush the toasted hazelnuts and add them to the celeriac with the chives. Season well. 5 Tear off leaves from the chicory (aim for about 2 large leaves per person) and spoon in the salad. Serve with the pickle on the side and drizzle over the remaining dressing.

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seeds X2 limes X1 large orange X3tbsp goodquality gin X2–3tsp soy sauce X1 baby shallot, finely chopped X2tbsp extravirgin olive oil, plus extra to serve X5 radishes X300g sushigrade salmon, skinned X1/2tsp dried red chilli flakes, plus extra to serve X1 small handful dill X1 large handful of chervil, leaves picked, or finely chopped tarragon To serve XHalf a loaf of seeded or plain rye bread, sliced and toasted

1 Toast the coriander seeds in a frying pan over a medium heat until fragrant (about 3–4 minutes). Crush in a pestle and mortar or grind in a spice grinder or food processor along with 1tsp salt, and the zests of the limes and orange (keep the zested fruits). Set aside. 2 Squeeze the juice of one of the limes and the orange, and mix in a bowl with the gin. Cut the top and bottom from the remaining lime and cut away the skin, leaving only the flesh behind. Finely chop and add to the dressing with the soy sauce, shallot and olive oil. Very finely slice the radishes and add them to the bowl. Season with a touch of salt and black pepper, and set aside. 3 Dice the salmon into 1/2cm cubes, season with salt and the chilli flakes. Cover and store in the fridge. 4 When you are ready to eat, finely chop the dill. Spoon the salmon onto starter plates, not piled high but scattered across the plate. Spoon over the citrus dressing and radish slices, and sprinkle with the dill and chervil. Finish with the coriander seeds and serve immediately, with slices of toasted rye and more dried chilli and extra-virgin olive oil at the table. 


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ROAST BEETROOT WITH HORSERADISH GREMOLATA You can roast the beetroot a day ahead and warm in the oven or serve cold as a salad, sprinkled with a little extra sherry vinegar. If you can’t find fresh horseradish, whip up half a jar of grated horseradish with equal quantities of crème fraîche. X12 small/medium

beetroots, different colours if possible X4tbsp extra-virgin olive oil X1tsp Dijon mustard X1 lemon, juice and zest X5tbsp freshly grated horseradish, or a jar of good quality grated horseradish mixed with crème fraîche (see above) X1tbsp za’atar X1tsp sherry vinegar XSmall handful curly parsley, very finely chopped

X11/2tbsp rapeseed

or olive oil X200g unsmoked streaky bacon, snipped into thin slices X750g Brussels sprouts, halved X2-3tbsp crème fraîche X1 lemon, zest X3-4tbsp extra-virgin olive oil X4tbsp aged pecorino, grated, plus some shaved, to serve XLarge handful parsley, roughly chopped

BRUSSELS SPROUTS WITH BACON AND PECORINO This is so good, it should convert even the most ardent sprout-hater. Make the dressing a day ahead and keep it covered in the fridge. 1 Warm 1/2tbsp rapeseed or olive oil in a large frying pan over a medium-high heat. Fry the bacon until completely crisp. Remove from the pan and set aside, then add the sprouts to the pan with the remaining cooking oil. Fry for 4 minutes, adding 2tbsp water and a generous pinch of salt halfway through. They should be just tender. 2 Meanwhile, whisk the crème fraîche, lemon zest, extra-virgin olive oil and grated pecorino together, and season with a pinch of salt and black pepper. Add to the sprouts and bacon and season to taste. 3 Transfer to a serving plate and scatter over the pecorino shavings and parsley.

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1 Heat the oven to 200˚C/fan oven 180˚C/mark 6. Wrap the beetroots in a double-layer foil parcel, place on a baking tray and roast for 50–60 minutes, checking the smaller ones after 35 minutes. The beetroot is cooked when the tip of a sharp knife slides into the flesh easily. 2 Once cooked, and while still hot, slip off the skins under cold running water, cut into large wedges and place in a mixing bowl. Toss in the oil, mustard and lemon juice, and season generously. 3 Empty the beetroot onto a serving plate and sprinkle over the horseradish, za’atar, sherry vinegar, lemon zest and parsley to serve.


ROAST HAUNCH OF VENISON WITH SQUASH AND POMEGRANATE Farmed venison is usually bigger than wild, but both will allow ample leftovers to make a killer shepherd’s pie – just chop the leftover meat and cook into a ragù, and either use at once or freeze. I like to make the squash purée a day ahead if I have lots to do. X5kg bone-in haunch of

venison, chump and H-bone removed, then tied neatly (you can ask your butcher to do this) X1tbsp cumin seeds X1tsp fenugreek seeds X3tbsp harissa, preferably rose harissa from Belazu X3tbsp olive oil X3 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed For the squash purée X2 large butternut squash (about 2kg), peeled, deseeded and cut into large cubes XGood glug extra-virgin olive oil X50g butter X2tbsp pomegranate molasses X1–2tbsp rose harissa (to taste) X1 pomegranate, seeds

1 Heat the oven to 220˚C/fan oven 200˚C/mark 8. Weigh the venison to calculate the cooking time – it will be about 80–90 minutes (8–9 minutes per 500g meat). I like venison rare, so I go for 8 minutes per 500g. 2 Line a large roasting tin (big enough for the venison) with foil. Heat a small frying pan over a medium heat and add the cumin and fenugreek seeds. Gently toast for 3–4 minutes, until warmed through and fragrant. Crush in a pestle and mortar then mix with the harissa, oil and garlic. Season well, then rub over the venison. If you have time, allow to marinate for a few hours in the fridge. 3 Remove it from the fridge half an hour before you want to cook it. Roast for 40 minutes, then turn down the oven to 170˚C/fan oven 150˚C/mark 3 for the last 40–50 minutes. If you have a meat thermometer, check the internal temperature: 60˚C for

medium rare, 55˚C for rare. Remove from the oven and allow to rest for at least 15 minutes in a warm place, covered with foil. 4 While the venison is cooking, rub the squash with salt, pepper and olive oil, and place on a roasting tin. Cover with foil and roast at 170˚C/fan oven 150˚C/mark 3 for 45 minutes to 1 hour until soft. Use a hand blender or empty into a food processor with the butter and whizz until smooth. Season with pomegranate molasses and harissa, up to 1tsp flaky sea salt and plenty of freshly ground black pepper. Reheat before serving (this can be made up to a day in advance and kept in the fridge until ready to reheat). 5 Once the meat has rested, lift the joint onto a carving board and carve into 1cm slithers or thinner. Spoon the purée onto warmed plates and top with slices of venison, scraping sticky bits and juice onto the meat. Serve with a scattering of pomegranate seeds. 


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CARAMELISED PEARS WITH CHESTNUTS AND GOAT’S CURD This sticky, slightly savoury pudding is a lovely way to enjoy chestnuts. If you can’t find goats’ curd, whip goats’ cheese with a little double cream or use ricotta. X180g cooked chestnuts

(or fresh, blanched and peeled, if you have them) X2 slices good-quality sourdough or white bread, torn into small chunks X115g light brown muscovado sugar X2tbsp extra-virgin olive oil X50g unsalted butter X6 large, ripe pears, peeled, cored and halved X1 sprig fresh rosemary X2tbsp brandy, optional X150g goats’ curd or ricotta X1/2 lemon, juice (whipped into the ricotta, if using)

1 Heat the oven to 200˚C/fan oven 180˚C/mark 6. You will need a large, wide frying pan that can fit the pear halves. If it can go in the oven, even better. 2 Roughly chop the chestnuts into similar size pieces to the bread and toss them, with the bread, in 1/2tsp salt, 1tbsp of the muscovado sugar and olive oil. Empty into a baking tray and roast for 10–12 minutes until the bread is crisp and golden, shaking the pan a few times during the cooking. Leave to cool. 3 Heat the butter and remaining sugar in the pan. Melt the sugar, then turn up the heat and simmer briskly for 3 minutes. Add the pears, rosemary and brandy, if using, and baste the pears for 5 minutes with the caramel until they become golden, turning down the heat if the caramel looks likely to burn (darkening in colour is fine). Transfer, cut side up, to the oven and bake for 15–20 minutes, depending on how ripe the pears are, until soft and tender. 4 Serve the pears scattered with the chestnuts and chunks of bread and a spoonful each of the goat’s curd or ricotta with lemon juice. Drizzle with the sweet pear juices.

WINE NOTES By Anne Tupker, Master of Wine To showcase Thomasina’s original and boldflavoured Christmas menu, I have selected some showstopping wines from three biodynamic producers. Olivier Humbrecht makes wines in his native Alsace. The honeyed, creamy, white stone fruit character of his Zind-Humbrecht Pinot Gris Turckheim 2014, with its added spicy, smoky complexity, provides a delightful foil for the two starters (£19.50; oddbins.com). With the venison haunch, I suggest the 100 per cent Garnacha, Pegaso Pizarra 2009 from Spanish winemaker Telmo Rodriguez. Round and velvet-textured, it offers a powerful mix of summer berries, aniseed, spice and violets – a great match for the bold, exotic flavours (£25; bbr.com). For the grand sticky pear finale, I recommend the 2013 Corte Sant’Alda Recioto della Valpolicella from top-flight producer Marinella Camerani in Italy’s Veneto. Its luscious, rich yet elegant dark cherry character provides the perfect marriage (£39.95 for 50cl; uncorked.co.uk).

TABLEWARE INFORMATION PORTRAIT Bunting, £10; tablecloth, £175; grass mats, from £6 each; all from Montes & Clark (montesandclark.co.uk). Candles, £3.50 each; serving dish, £89; soup bowl, £22; all from The Conran Shop (conranshop.co.uk). Candleholder, £24; plates, £11 each; all from David Mellor (davidmellordesign.com). CELERIAC Napkin, £14, from The Conran Shop. SALMON Pom-pom tassel, £15, from Montes & Clark. Dessert fork, £7, from The Conran Shop. Plates, bunting and grass mats, as before. SPROUTS AND BEETROOT Placemat, £12; oval bowl, £38; both from The Conran Shop. Grass mat, as before. VENISON Dessert knife, £12; napkin, £10.50; both from The Conran Shop. Plates, tablecloth, grass mat, dessert fork, serving dish, soup bowl, all as before. PEARS Dessert spoon, £7, from The Conran Shop. Napkin, dessert fork and pom-pom tassel, all as before 

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Everybody needs a cake at Christmas and the Simply Delicious Cake Company’s CHRISTMAS CAKES, which are handmade and baked in the traditional way, are the next best alternative to making your own. Rich with brandy-soaked cherries and finished with royal icing (there is also a gluten-free option), they come in 10cm, 13cm or 18cm sizes; from £10.50, plus £5 for delivery. simplydeliciouscakes.co.uk

POPS OF COLOUR Montes & Clark’s handcrafted Mexican home accessories will add colour to your festive table. The placemats, tablecloths, bunting and napkins (shown with the recipes on the previous pages) support women-led cooperatives in Mexico. These placemats cost from £6 each. montesandclark.co.uk

SUGAR AND SPICE The cookbook I can’t wait to get my hands on is Weligama: Recipes from Sri Lanka by Emily Dobbs (Seven Dials, £25), one of the first to introduce ‘egg hoppers’ (the Sri Lankan equivalent of a pancake) to the London food scene via her stall at Druid Street Market, SE1. Her childhood experiences of Sri Lanka have inspired this beautiful book, while her London-based life has made cooking these recipes with obtainable ingredients a reality. Among my favourites are: roast spiced chicken with brown sugar, limes and coconut milk; roast cauliflower curry; sambol relishes; and a cinnamon meringue with bananas and saffron cream, above.

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Tonic water does not have to be drunk only as a mixer. It makes an excellent alcohol-free alternative at this time of year – on its own with a slice of lemon and ice, or topped with soda. DrinkSupermarket sells a range of naturally flavoured tonics, including: Fentimans Pink Grapefruit; Hibiscus and Cucumber from Lamb & Watt, made with spring water from the Lake District; and Fever-Tree’s Mediterranean, with thyme, rosemary and citrus. drinksupermarket.com

Borough Kitchen, an emporium of hand-picked kitchenware, glasses and gifts, has a select range of the beautiful Jars Ceramics’ ‘Tourron’ STONEWARE. The green-glazed serving bowls come in deep and wide shapes, are robust enough to warm in the oven, and are dishwasher safe, too; from £49.75. boroughkitchen.com 

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close and in their natural habitats (including kangaroos, of course). South Australia produces about 60 per cent of the country’s wine, and is home to some of Australia’s most recognised labels, among them Penfolds and D’Arenburg, as well as smaller makers such as Hentley Farm and Vinteloper. Wine tourism is a major pull for visitors to the region, and one of the best ways to get a taste of the fresh local food produce and worldfamous wine is the ‘Epicurean Way’ road trip, which takes in the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale (Fleurieu Peninsula), Barossa and Clare Valley. You can make your own blend, taste your birth year of port, take cookery courses, go on Segway tours, visit wineries and farmers’ markets, cycle through vineyards and even look onto the breathtaking landscape from a hot air balloon. Adelaide is a rising star in the


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CLOCKWISE FROM BELOW Can Faustino; outdoor dining at Bodegas Binifadet; Ciutadella’s port; the vineyards at Binifadet; Cugó Gran; avarcas sandals

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TOWN Mahón may be the capital, but Ciutadella – at the opposite end of the island – is the more attractive of Menorca’s two cities. Serving as the island’s religious centre since the fourth century and once governed by the Moors, Ciutadella has a cobbled historic quarter radiating from the thirteenth-century cathedral and a picturesque port that extends in a narrow sliver of sea right to the heart of town. Hotel Can Faustino cunningly manages to combine both history and modernity, its 24 rooms housed within a three-storey palace. The mellow stone façade, shuttered windows and traditional shingle-tiled roof conceal sleek, sophisticated, pareddown interiors. Some of the rooms overlook the hotel’s pool and the pretty, olive-shaded garden, which doubles as the restaurant; others (particularly on the higher floors) overlook the old-town roofs. Doubles from €165; canfaustino.com COUNTRY Cugó Gran on the outskirts of Sant Climent, in the east of the island (convenient for both the airport and Mahón), is an exclusive-use villa during the highseason months of July and August, and otherwise operates as a sumptuous B&B. The main house (seven bedrooms) and a converted boyera, or cattle shed (four bedrooms, plus a spa treatment room and gym), form the central part of a 250-acre rural estate. It has been lavishly restored to incorporate immaculate gardens – there is not a leaf or blade of grass out of place and the topiary olive trees are spectacular – and interiors that are as refined as they are comfortable. It is the perfect party place for a wedding or family get-together or, equally, an exquisite bolthole for a long weekend. Doubles from €325; cugogran menorca.com

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Mayonnaise (allegedly first created in Mahón) and gin – specifically the local brand, Xoriguer – are two of Menorca’s greatest claims to fame. The third is leather footwear. Distinctive avarcas sandals are sold in almost every shop in Ciutadella. More internationally recognised is the Jaime Mascaró brand, known for Pretty Ballerinas pumps. Don’t miss the factory outlet in Ferreries.

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TOWN Ciutadella’s long-standing favourite is Cafè Balear on the port waterfront; it serves the freshest of fish caught from the restaurant’s own boat – the lobster stew is sensational – but be prepared to queue for a table in high season. Relative newcomer is Mon Restaurant for contemporary haute cuisine, with two menus – four courses for €20 or a seven-course taster menu for €45. COUNTRY Bodegas Binifadet in Sant Lluís began as a hobby for Carlos Anglés, who wanted to revive Menorca’s winemaking tradition. It is now a state-of-the-art enterprise offering vineyard and winemaking tours, wine tastings, a shop, a wine bar and an excellent restaurant.

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height moves MAGGIE O’SULLIVAN LEARNS ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF MODERN MOUNTAIN RESORT DESIGN IN COURCHEVEL 1850

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WAYS AND MEANS Maggie O’Sullivan visited Courchevel 1850 as a guest of Les Hôtels d’en Haut (leshotelsdenhaut.com), staying at Hôtel des 3 Vallées, where double rooms cost from €340, B&B. Doubles cost from €310 at Le Fitz Roy, from €190 at Le Val Thorens and from €345 at Alpaga, all B&B 

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This redbrick house is the surviving wing of Warden Abbey, which was built in the 1550s on the site of a Cistercian monastery

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t 4pm on a Friday afternoon, queuing at Bottledump roundabout near Milton Keynes, I am not convinced that booking a weekend in Bedfordshire, albeit at a Landmark Trust property, was the best idea. The Trust’s houses are said to be rich in history and atmosphere, but – at this point – my mind’s eye is struggling to conjure either. We see the chimney first, a soaring, barleysugar twist of mottled red bricks silhouetted against a darkening sky. Only 15 minutes drive from the arterial road, we are in ancient English farmland, dominated by a statuesque Elizabethan house. The only way to reach it is to walk through a herd of glossy Hereford cattle, pushing our luggage and provisions in a wheelbarrow. It is quite an arrival. Since 1965, the Trust has been transforming eccentric, historic buildings into self-catering holiday lets that aim to provide an authentic experience. Warden Abbey is not the original 1135 Cistercian monastery that its name suggests – that pear-growing, sheep-farming community was dissolved by Henry VIII – but the castellated remains of a redbrick mansion built on the site in the 1550s. The Trust faithfully restored the surviving wing, including the tall, mullioned windows so characteristic of the Tudor era. Inside, the Tudor ambience continues with oak beams, doors with chunky latches and a spiral staircase of timbers cracked with age. In the ground-floor bedroom, one entire wall is a blackened inglenook chimneypiece – no longer in use, but with a lingering aroma of woodsmoke. Upstairs, a single, magnificent great hall occupies the full width of the building, dotted with antique wooden furniture and lamps with rough linen shades. It is no less atmospheric for having a

well-equipped kitchen in the corner. Soon the wood-burner is crackling and we are sinking into comfortable sofas contemplating a retro, Wi-Fi-free weekend. The Landmark Trust, it appears from the house’s log book, attracts a loyal, educated following. Entries are descriptive, with sketches or calligraphy – some by children displaying Enid Blyton-esque enthusiasm. The book, along with maps and flyers, gives us all the discovery tips we shall need. In the estate village of Old Warden, one of the prettiest in Bedfordshire, we start with the Norman church, whose medieval stained-glass window miraculously survived the dissolution of Warden Abbey, ending up here. Intricate wood-carvings include relics from Anne of Cleves’s private chapel in Bruges, installed by Lord Ongley, squire of Warden Park in the nineteenth century. His sentimental Swiss Garden, within the park itself, also survives, and we take an hour’s peaceful stroll around its ornamental bridges and sculptures, accompanied by three peacocks. The last squire was Richard Ormonde Shuttleworth, in whose memory Shuttleworth College and its collection of vintage aircraft were established, reflecting his twin passions – estate management and flying. His spirit lives on through the original and replica Twenties biplanes, Bristols, Hurricanes, Lysanders and more. During summer they flirt with the clouds at regular aerobatic airshows. A hearty steak rounds off the day at the convivial Hare & Hounds pub, and we consider our next step: Bletchley Park, Jordans Mill, or Bedford to see Warden Abbey’s original mosaics? In the end, we decide to disperse winter’s cobwebs with a seven-mile circular walk. The route partly follows Greensand Ridge – an ancient trail from whose windy elevations you can see for miles. A Landmark Trust destination like this has a special ability to free the imagination, revealing corners of history and glimpses of places we might not otherwise notice. On this bright winter’s day, I swear I can hear the monks’ plainchant, echoing down the ages.

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long-lived luxury PAMELA GOODMAN CELEBRATES THE ENDURING POPULARITY OF CLIVEDEN

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Lucknam Park Wiltshire’s Lucknam Park is set in 500 acres of parkland six miles outside Bath. The hotel has relaunched its spa in partnership with Espa – with treatments using products made in Somerset and a hydrotherapy pool in the walled garden. Also new on the estate is the three-bedroom Keeper’s Cottage, which is ideal for families. Rooms from £295. 01225742777; lucknampark.co.uk

Four Seasons Hampshire In Hampshire, the Four Seasons hotel occupies a historic Georgian manor house. The new restaurant and bar, Wild Carrot, has been decorated by Martin Brudnizki using Arts and Crafts-inspired wallpaper, vintage lamps and contemporary furniture in a soft colour palette for an updated country-house look. Rooms from £295. 01252-853000; fourseasons.com/hampshire

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Coworth Park Dorchester Collection’s country hotel and spa Coworth Park, near Windsor Great Park, has partnered with Lapland UK to offer guests the opportunity to meet Father Christmas and his reindeer during their stay. The ‘Family Christmas with Lapland UK’ package costs from £629 for a family of three, B&B.*01344-638530; dorchestercollection.com

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons Raymond Blanc’s Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Oxfordshire will again host candlelit Christmas carol concerts at St Mary’s Church. On arrival, Laurent-Perrier Champagne will be served before a torchlit walk to the church and then dinner with wine. From £260 per person; rooms start at £595, B&B. 01844-278881; belmond.com 

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by Junichirõ Tanizaki is a small book that celebrates the importance of dark spaces in interiors. It has inspired me to look at darkness differently, placing art in niches and using candles instead of electric light.

I grew up in HONG KONG, by the sea. It is thought of as an urban landscape, but I remember clambering over weathered granite boulders on the shore front and the dragonflies that flitted between them.

I love working with a variety of NATURAL MATERIALS. For the Lavender Room at the Bamford Haybarn Spa in the Cotswolds, I combined a wood-beamed structure with a hand-beaten lead basin and woven rush lampshades.

My favourite room is the DRAUGHTING ROOM at my studio in north-west London. The woven wood walls are warm and calming, and absorb sound. There are places for everything, from rulers to sketchbooks, and a pinboard for sketches. In a perfect world, everyone would have a space to retreat to, to think and be creative.

Spencer Fung THE ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER PAINTS A PICTURE OF HIS LIFE, WORK AND INSPIRATIONS

Traditionally, the Chinese keep a piece of jade on a cotton thread around their waist for luck. I have a jade FUNERAL DISC that was my great-grandmother’s. My wife transformed it into a pendant with some hammered silver and a leather cord, so that I can feel connected to her energy.

VIENNA has a wonderful café culture. I love the idea of sitting down and writing, drawing or creating in a public environment.

This year’s GIACOMETTI exhibition at Tate Modern was a thoughtful installation: warm and minimal, without being clinical. I was impressed by the sculptural shapes, the fluidity of the designs and the palette he worked with – from darkest bronze to natural plaster. SPENCERFUNG.CO.UK. FOR MORE ABOUT SPENCER’S INSPIRATIONS, VISIT HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK/SPENCERFUNG 

AS TOLD TO BETHAN HYATT. PHOTOGRAPHS: ANDREW MONTGOMERY; RICHARD BRYANT; ALAMY; PIXELATE IMAGING; ALBERTO GIACOMETTI, SUSPENDED BALL, 1930-1931, PLASTER AND METAL, COLLECTION FONDATION ALBERTO ET ANNETTE GIACOMETTI, PARIS; AND WOMAN WITH HER THROAT CUT, 1932, BRONZE, NATIONAL GALLERIES OF SCOTLAND, © ALBERTO GIACOMETTI ESTATE, ACS/DACS, 2017

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EDITOR’S LET TER Such has been the success of our online directory, The List, that we are thrilled to be able to expand our reach with this printed annual edition, entitled The Directory. Whether you are embarking on a total refurbishment, want to commission a piece of furniture or source a local curtain maker, finding the right person to help you can be extremely daunting. The Directory is an invaluable easy-to-use guide to interior designers, architects, garden designers and all sorts of other interiors and outdoor specialists up and down the country. It is exciting to present it in this substantial but conveniently compact edition. Having worked on The List by House Garden from its inception, I am delighted to see the print edition packed full of talented design professionals. It has been extremely satisfying to watch it grow and become an essential tool for anyone seeking inspiration and a direct gateway to both established and new talent, for any project large or small. The breadth of projects and designers included is truly inspiring, from the sprawling meadows created by Butter Wakefield to the intricately patterned lampshades of Rosi de Ruig. There really is something for everyone. Find a design professional near you with the help of our index at the back of The Directory, or browse by membership tier for inspiration and our extensive address book. Charlotte Richmond, Editor, The Directory

The List Directory is packed with addresses all over the UK and makes for a brilliantly useful go-to guide for anybody doing things to their house or garden. Hatta Byng, Editor, House & Garden

EDITOR: CHARLOTTE RICHMOND. ENGAGEMENT CO-ORDINATOR: SOPHIE BREITSAMETER. ART DIRECTORS: PETRA MANLEY-LEACH, JOAN HECKTERMANN. ART EDITORS: REBECCA GORDON-WATKINS, RICHARD SANAPO. SUB-EDITOR: JESSICA DOYLE. PROJECT MANAGER: PHOEBE WOOD. ACCOUNT MANAGERS: FELICITY REID, TILDY STURLEY


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ARCHITECTURE BOYARSKY MURPHY ARCHITECTS Architects, Extensions, Interior Design Nicholas Boyarsky and Nicola Murphy bring over 20 years’ experience to every project, along with imagination, attention to detail and professionalism. They provide a bespoke service tailored to the specific requirements of each client.

NICOLAS BOYARSKY OR NICOLA MURPHY, 64 OAKLEY SQUARE, LONDON NW1 1NJ 020 7388 3572; nsb@boyarskymurphy.com boyarskymurphy.com

DYER GRIMES ARCHITECTURE Architects, Interior Design Dyer Grimes is a boutique London architectural practice offering a blend of practical, hands-on experience and creative design flair. John Dyer Grimes and his team do not design offices, skyscrapers, bridges and other large-scale structures, but concentrate on their real strength – turning ordinary places into amazing spaces. STUDIO 2, 3 EASTFIELDS AVENUE, RIVERSIDE QUARTER, LONDON SW18 1GN 020 3733 1218 clodagh@dyergrimesarchitects.com dyergrimesarchitects.com

GEORGE CLARKE + PARTNERS Architects, Builders, Extensions, Interior Design, Kitchens, Loft Conversions George Clarke leads a talented team of award-winning architects, interior designers, project managers and craftspeople who specialise in the design and delivery of bespoke renovations for private clients in London. They approach all projects with the same meticulous attention to detail and their carefully considered spaces, exceptional finishes and professional service have proven time and again to exceed clients’ expectations and add value to their homes. 1 PRINCES CLOSE, LONDON SW4 0LG 020 7819 2390; lucy@georgeclarke.com georgeclarkeandpartners.com

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GREGORY PHILLIPS ARCHITECTS Garden & Extensions, Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Interior Design Gregory Phillips is an award-winning interior designer and architect who specialises in designing luxury houses and interiors, working on projects throughout the UK and internationally. His office is located in Mayfair, London, and his team of skilled architects and designers deliver contemporary classic designs based on open dialogue with clients and attention to detail. 17 SAVILE ROW, LONDON W1S 3PN 020 7724 3040; gp@gregoryphillips.com gregoryphillips.com

KILIAN O’SULLIVAN

NORTON ELLIS ARCHITECTS Architects, Extensions, Interior Design Set up in 2008 by Robert Ellis and Carol Norton, Norton Ellis Architects provides high-quality, thoughtful design that delivers realistic and achievable projects, without compromising on creativity. Robert and Carol aim to inspire clients and make the process of creating and transforming spaces an enjoyable experience.

42 COLEBROOKE ROW, LONDON N1 8AF 020 7226 2004; rel@nortonellis.co.uk nortonellis.co.uk

RICHARD PARR + ASSOCIATES Architects, Garden & Landscape Design, Interior Design Richard Parr + Associates offers an architectural and creative design service for a wide variety of residential and commercial building projects. Richard leads each project from the start, supported by a highly talented team who pride themselves on delivering successful projects completed beyond expectations. With studios in London and the Cotswolds, and associates overseas, they are able to work anywhere, on anything from a period estate to a cutting-edge newbuild.

EASTER PARK, NYMPSFIELD, STONEHOUSE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL10 3UL 01453 860200; ben@richardparr.com richardparr.com

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TONY MITCHELL

ALEXANDER JAMES INTERIORS Interior Design The private client department at Alexander James Interiors delivers a seamless and highly personalised service, while creating beautiful interiors for private individuals. Its goal is to help each client maximise the full potential of their home, introducing bespoke designs that are tailored to their requirements.

AMPERSAND INTERIORS Interior Design Ampersand has built a reputation as an innovative, client-focused design company. Design director Jackie Fisken and her team create highly personal interiors for real people with real lives, using their experience, imagination and expertise for clients who appreciate flair, attention to detail and a personal touch.

73 DUBLIN STREET, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND EH3 6NS 0131 557 6634; jackie@ampersandinteriors.co.uk ampersandinteriors.co.uk

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3 BARING ROAD, BEACONSFIELD, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE HP9 2NB 01494 680222; info@alexandradixon.co.uk alexandradixoninteriors.co.uk

STEVE LANCEFIELD

ALEXANDRA DIXON INTERIORS Interior Design Alexandra Dixon Interiors has built up an enviable position in the interiors market based on providing high-quality interiors produced from creative design work. The company offers a professional and efficient service from initial design and specification to final installation, with minimum disruption to clients, many of whom return time and time again searching for stunning ideas and advice by way of Alexandra’s ambitious and creative, talented team.


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INTERIOR S ANNA OWENS DESIGNS Interior Design Based in central London, Anna Owens Designs was established in 2000. Anna is supported by a highly experienced in-house design team, as well as specialists hand-picked from around the world. Projects tend to be centred around London and the Home Counties, but the company also has a thriving international arm. ALEXANDER HOUSE, 14–16 PETERBOROUGH ROAD, LONDON SW6 3BN 020 7386 9502; studio@annaowensdesigns.com annaowensdesigns.com

MARK BOLTON

ANNABELLE HOLLAND DESIGN Interior Design Established in 2010 by Annabelle Everard, this design studio specialises in residential projects that seamlessly combine modern classics with antique furniture. Understanding and interpreting a client’s vision is paramount; every project reflects both the client’s personality and lifestyle and the studio’s design influence. The selection of services offered are tailored to meet an individual’s needs, and the team works alongside trusted suppliers to manage projects 60 WINDSOR AVENUE, LONDON SW19 2RR 020 3397 1964; info@annabelleholland.com annabelleholland.com

NATALIE DINHAM

ANNIE STEVENS DESIGNS Interior Design Having established her own studio in 1984, Annie Stevens has appeared on television and been featured widely in the international press. The studio has gained widespread recognition for style, sophisticated project delivery and an attentive ‘client ear’. Annie believes in a client-focused approach to create innovative and practical designs that reflect the individual and the building’s historical context. Her work is underpinned by a pragmatic, restrained, contemporary design approach. THE ORANGERY, 78 WANDLE ROAD, LONDON SW17 7DW 07768 387709; designs@anniestevens.co.uk anniestevens.co.uk

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020 7622 9539; studio@antoniastewart.com antoniastewart.com

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ANTONIA STEWART Interior Design ‘A classic style fused with modern and personal elements’ is how Antonia Stewart describes her interiors. Creating relaxed, considered and comfortable spaces that appear to have come together over time, Antonia and her team put great store by the open and flexible relationships that they have with their clients, believing that personal service and attention to detail are critical to the success of every project.

1 CORNWALL HOUSE, CORNWALL GARDENS, LONDON SW7 4AE 020 8932 1706; dean@armstrong-keyworth.co.uk armstrong-keyworth.co.uk

ROBERT SANDERSON

ARMSTRONG KEYWORTH Interior Design Celebrating its twentieth anniversary in 2017, Armstrong Keyworth continues to offer a wide range of services, from informal design consultancy to full project co-ordination. Dean Keyworth is past president of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID).

THE STUDIO, HOME FARM, KIRK HAMMERTON, YORK YO26 8BX 01423 339166; averil@averilblundell.com averilblundell.com

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JONTY WILDE

AVERIL BLUNDELL INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Averil Blundell puts an emphasis on the function and experience of a space, creating schemes that are simultaneously classic and current, with a constant underlying emphasis on comfort. She relishes the opportunity to help clients evolve their home into a place that they love, and that works for them to its full potential.


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SARAH HOGAN

BANDA DESIGN STUDIO Architects, Interior Design The creative team at Banda Design Studio each bring with them expertise and experience in different areas, and jointly combine to deliver the distinctive signature style and technical benchmark of the company. They are passionate about designing interiors that promote a sense of well-being, and always aim to create an environment that is conducive to living. 3 ALMA STUDIOS, 32 STRATFORD ROAD, LONDON W8 6QF 020 7937 9600; info@bandaproperty.co.uk bandaproperty.co.uk

BELGRAVIA RESTORATIONS Home Technology, Builders, Furniture Restoration Founded in 1991, Belgravia Restorations is a company of building and restoration specialists primarily based in London, with a reputation for excellence. Quality is fundamental and great importance is placed upon taking a personal interest in overseeing every project. Each project is completed to the highest standard, from initial concept through to completion, thanks to the experience and expertise of the in-house team and a network of experienced craftsmen. BRIGHTON HOUSE, 23–25 HIGH STREET, EWELL, SURREY KT17 1SB 020 8394 8050; stephen@belgravia-restorations.ltd.uk belgravia-restorations.ltd.uk

CHARLIE DAILEY

CARDEN CUNIETTI Interior Design Carden Cunietti is a luxury residential design practice established 21 years ago, which has become known for its colourful, decorative and luxurious aesthetic. Audrey Carden and Eleanora Cunietti source eclectic accessories and interiors fittings from around the world to create their distinctive look, and work internationally. The practice is one of House & Garden’s 100 Leading Interior Designers.

THE LINEN HOUSE, 253 KILBURN LANE, QUEEN’S PARK, LONDON W10 4BQ 020 7724 9679; cc@carden-cunietti.com carden-cunietti.com

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THE HEVENINGHAM COLLECTION

www.heveningham.co.uk sales@heveningham.co.uk +44 (0) 1424 838483


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14 STANHOPE MEWS WEST, LONDON SW7 5RB 020 7584 9495; faiza@casaforma.co.uk casaforma.co.uk

JAMES BALSTON

CASA FORMA Interior Design Casa Forma is an award-winning interior and architectural design firm based in London. Founded in 2007 by Faiza Seth as a property development firm, the company has since become sought after by a wider clientele. Its international team of interior designers and architects provide comprehensive design services and luxury interiors for residential, hospitality and commercial properties.

282â&#x20AC;&#x201C;284 FULHAM ROAD, LONDON SW10 9EW 020 7351 0940; info@catchpoleandrye.com catchpoleandrye.com

PRUE RUSCOE

CATCHPOLE & RYE Bathrooms, Interior Design Catchpole & Rye offers an extensive collection of exclusive and traditional luxury bathware. Most of its products are finished by hand and all cast-iron baths are manufactured in its Kent foundry by highly skilled craftspeople using century-old techniques. Owing to the bespoke nature of the bathroom collections, each product can be tailored to personal taste, and the expert customisation service allows customers to make their bathroom their own.

29 PRINCESS ROAD, LONDON NW1 8JR 020 7722 9222; georgina@caveinteriors.com caveinteriors.com

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LUCY LEVENE

CAVE INTERIORS Antiques, Interior Design, Furniture Restoration Founded by Georgina Cave in 2002, Cave Interiors specialises in high-end projects throughout the UK and abroad. The practice has become known for delivering concepts and solutions that are highly creative in their use of space, colour and detail, while always considering the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs, lifestyle and personality.


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CELINE ESTATES Interior Design Celine Estates specialises in the design of luxurious and bespoke residential interiors. The team’s design expertise enables them to interpret visions and ideas, bringing them into existence to create exceptional, innovative properties. They believe that design is as much an expression as it is a tool to enhance lifestyle and environment, and give each interior a unique voice and identity. 211 HARBOUR YARD, CHELSEA HARBOUR, LONDON SW10 0XD 020 7351 3659; info@celineestates.com celineestates.com

CHRISTINA FALLAH DESIGNS Architects, Interior Design Christina Fallah’s reputation for imaginative, innovative interior design with meticulous attention to detail and finish is solidly founded on commissions including private homes, five-star hotels, private yachts and palaces. Her commissions are generally acquired by word-of-mouth referrals from existing customers who return again and again. The unifing factor, from inception through to realisation, is Christina’s hands-on approach and tenacious pursuit of perfection. 2A CROMWELL PLACE, LONDON SW7 2JE 020 7584 1240; cfcontact@christina-fallah-designs.com christina-fallah-designs.com

CLAIRE RENDALL DESIGN Furniture, Interior Design Claire Rendall is an interior and furniture designer with 28 years’ experience in the industry. Her work includes a wide variety of projects, from historic houses and city chic apartments to prime-time television programmes. Claire’s aim is to create interiors that reflect their owners; each is a unique response to them and their brief. High quality and attention to detail are often the only common link.

WOODLAND MANOR, KINGSDOWN, CORSHAM, WILTSHIRE SN13 8BH 01225 859940; claire@clairerendall.com clairerendall.com

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For 25 years, Gregory Phillips Architects have designed beautiful houses that people are proud to call home. From contemporary interiors to new-build architecture, UHQRYDWLRQDQGODQGVFDSHGHVLJQRXUÊ&#x203A;UPVSHFLDOLVHV LQDZDUGZLQQLQJUHVLGHQWLDOSURMHFWVWKDWDUHUHÊ&#x203A;QHG considered and of the highest quality. Our process is simple. We help clients form a vision of how they would like to live. Then we make it happen.

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CONSTANZE VON UNRUH INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Trained at Christie’s, the Royal College of Art and the Inchbald School of Design, Constanze von Unruh is fluent in many different design aesthetics. She can respond to requests that vary greatly in terms of atmosphere and style, working with the client, the architect and the building industry, so each project is unique. Established since 1997, Constanze has longstanding relationships with excellent craftspeople and can tap into invaluable resources.

81 MOUNT ARARAT ROAD, RICHMOND TW10 6PL 020 8948 5533; constanze@constanze.co.uk constanze.co.uk

ANDREAS VON EINSIEDEL

FERNHEAD STUDIOS, 2B FERNHEAD ROAD, LONDON W9 3ET 020 8969 6967; acollett@czltd.co.uk collett-zarzycki.com

JAMES MORTIMER

COLLETT-ZARZYCKI Interior Design Collett-Zarzycki offers a multidisciplinary approach embracing architecture, interior design, furniture design and landscaping. Recognised for their attention to detail and use of high-quality materials, the designers create homes that respect tradition while reflecting contemporary life.

PARSONS GREEN HOUSE, 27 PARSONS GREEN LANE, LONDON SW6 4HH 020 7736 6840; info@dargielewis.com dargielewis.com

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DARGIE LEWIS DESIGNS Interior Design Lavinia Dargie has an elegant, timeless style, delivered with a modern twist. Her look is constantly evolving, and she feels passionately that people should live with the things they love. Lavinia’s skill is to interpret her clients’ needs and incorporate their lifestyle demands in her stylish schemes, with the utmost professionalism and discretion. She provides a comprehensive service, ranging from complete projects and refreshing existing schemes to one-off consultations.


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INTERIOR S DAVID HALES INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design David and Diana Hales view each project from both an architectural and a design perspective, using creative space-planning to maximise the potential of every property. Working with leading architects, contractors and suppliers throughout the country, their team delivers exceptional design solutions for their diverse clientele. DESIGN HOUSE, GUILDFORD ROAD, BOOKHAM, SURREY KT23 4HB 01372 750290 secretary@davidhalesinteriordesign.co.uk davidhalesinteriordesign.co.uk

DENINO INTERIORS LONDON Architects, Interior Design Denino Interiors was founded by Lidia Denino in London in 2009 as a high-end residential architecture and interior-design practice. Lidia designs, renovates and project manages fit-outs of properties exclusively in London’s prime locations, as well as supplying top-end furniture, lighting, accessories and materials for clients. She occasionally designs and builds commercial properties, but her main focus is premium residential. CAVENDISH SUITE, AUDLEY HOUSE, 12–12A MARGARET STREET, LONDON W1W 8RH 07552 742556; li@openstudiointeriors.co.uk deninointeriors.com

DESIGNS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Interior Design Founded by Esther Bond over 25 years ago, Designs For All Occasions designs beautiful homes to fit each client’s budget and lifestyle. The team offers a professional, friendly service, whether they are delivering a single pair of curtains or an entire project.

135 FRIMLEY ROAD, CAMBERLEY GU15 2PS 01276 691010; dfao@dfao.co.uk dfao.co.uk

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DK INTERIORS Interior Design DK Interiors was established in 2008, specialising in creating subtly glamorous, elegant, stylish and timeless spaces, with attention to detail from inception through to delivery. Encompassing interior design, interior architecture, styling and interior consultation, the company’s service is creative, highly personalised, friendly and efficient.

64 MEADWAY, LONDON NW11 6QE 020 8455 1254; studio@dkinteriors.uk.com dkinteriors.uk.com

SUSAN FISHER PHOTOGRAPHY

65A HILL ROAD, CLEVEDON, SOMERSET BS21 7PD 07768 943365; diana@dianabakerdesigns.com dianabakerdesigns.com

MARK BOLTON

DIANA BAKER DESIGNS Interior Design Diana Baker’s emphasis is on a personal, bespoke service. Her Clevedon showroom displays wonderful furniture, accessories and lighting, together with wallpapers and fabrics from many of the best designers.

STUDIO 2, FAIRBANK STUDIOS, 65–69 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RN 020 3772 0011; studio@elicyon.com elicyon.com

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NICK ROCHOWSKI

ELICYON Architects, Interior Design Elicyon is a luxury residential interior design and architecture studio based in Chelsea. Founded by Charu Gandhi in 2014, the studio has built a reputation for exquisitely tailored schemes with considered, detailed and distinctive work. Interiors layer sumptuous fabrics, bespoke textural detailing and rich palettes in rooms that feel fresh and timeless. Elicyon’s clients live in the world’s most desirable locations, from historic London townhouses to contemporary villas.


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STEPHEN FRAK

ELISKA DESIGN ASSOCIATES Architects, Interior Design Eliská Sapera offers a comprehensive consultancy service, working with architects, contractors and landscapers to provide a range of design solutions,from initial concept to final installation. She regularly produces turnkey projects for her international clientele, ensuring personalised attention to every detail. Renowned for her ability to combine antiques with contemporary pieces and create a timeless look. Eliská is a member of the BIID and an affiliate member of RIBA. 16A NEW QUEBEC STREET, LONDON W1H 7RU 020 7723 5521; eliska@eliskadesign.com eliskadesign.com

ENSOUL INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE Architects, Interior Design The term ‘ensoul’ means ‘to endow with a soul’: a fitting name for a company that delivers contemporary homes that are individual and personal. Founder Viki Lander and her team think through every detail from the inside out and are known for their clever space design, creative flair and confident use of colour and texture.

57 SPENCER PARK, LONDON SW18 2SX 020 3637 0700; viki@ensoul.co.uk ensoul.co.uk

RAY MAIN

FIONA BARRATT INTERIORS Interior Design Fiona Barratt Interiors is a multidisciplinary design studio specialising in high-end commercial and residential projects in the UK and abroad. Fiona has an in-house architecture team and works on projects from conception to completion.The practice is one of House & Garden’s 100 leading interior designers.

12 FRANCIS STREET, LONDON SW1P 1QN 020 3262 0320; info@fionabarrattinteriors.com fionabarrattinteriors.com

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INTERIOR S GERALDINE MORLEY INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Geraldine Morley creates beautiful homes for clients by prioritising quality and a fine finish, both in terms of the products she and her team use and the craftspeople with whom they work. Their aim is to deliver excellence at every stage, from design concept through to completion. Recent projects include private homes in Hampstead, Highgate and Islington and a contemporary house in Tuscany. 45 LANGDON PARK ROAD, LONDON N6 5PT 020 8341 3608 / 07986 803123 geraldine@geraldinemorley.com geraldinemorley.com

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HAM INTERIORS Interior Design Ham Interiors is a family business established in 1985 by Pam and Nick Cox, who bring over 30 years of experience into each of their projects. Their in-house team offer a range of services, from interior design through to kitchens, building and project management.

BUILDING 10-11 DAIRY LANE, HAMBLEDON, HENLEY-ON-THAMES R69 3AS 01491 579371; info@haminteriors.com haminteriors.com

HAMILTON WILLS DESIGN Interior Design Hamilton Wills Design was founded by designer Charlotte Wills, who draws inspiration from nature, colour and form. She encourages clients to be brave with texture, pattern and colour, but her ultimate goal is to create designs that reflect both their character and that of their property. Traditional artistry and beautiful materials are at the forefront of her designs, whether British-made or sourced ethically from around the world. BRITANNIA HOUSE, BRITANNIA WAY, LONDON SW6 2HJ 020 7471 4862 / 07733 362168; studio@hamiltonwillsdesign.com hamiltonwillsdesign.com

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FRANKS BARN, PRESTON-ON-SEVERN, UFFINGTON, SHREWSBURY, SHROPSHIRE SY4 4TB 01743 709943; enquiries@hortonandco.co.uk hortonandco.co.uk

CRAIG MAGEE

HORTON & CO Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design Horton & Co is a family business run by creative directors Gillian Handley and Hannah Burton, who work on projects throughout the UK and internationally, offering a complete design service. During their 30 years in business they have built close relationships with a select group of exceptional artisans, tradespeople and preferred architects and landscape designers.

96 KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, LONDON W8 4SG 020 7484 5745; eagha@huntsmore.com huntsmore.com

CHRIS SNOOK

HUNTSMORE Builders, Interior Design Huntsmore is an award-winning project-management firm specialising in the renovation and restoration of period homes. Based in Kensington, the company offers an independent management service, running each project from the initial design phase through to completion. Clients are provided with a single point of contact, who takes ownership of the design and build process, working directly with suppliers and removing the stress associated with a home-renovation project.

135 CHISWICK HIGH ROAD, LONDON W4 2ED 020 8994 1030; sally@insiderdealingsw4.com insiderdealingsw4.com

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INSIDER DEALINGS Interior Design Sally Price launched Insider Dealings in Chiswick, west London, in 1994 and has built up a reputation for designing relaxed, comfortable and stylish interiors. Sally and her team have undertaken work on a variety of projects, from single room schemes to complete refurbishments. The business has gradually expanded over the years, thanks to referrals from happy clients and their families, with whom genuine friendships have been made.


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EDWARD HILL

INTERIORS BY SARAH WARD Interior Design Interiors by Sarah Ward is a well-established design studio established more than 30 years ago, with a dynamic and award-winning team. They are known for delivering elegant and impressive spaces that stand the test of time in both quality and style.

QUAYSIDE LODGE, WILLIAM MORRIS WAY, FULHAM, LONDON SW6 2UZ 020 3667 7796 customerenquiries@interiorsbysarahward.com interiorsbysarahward.com

PAUL RYAN-GOFF

JAM INTERIORS Interior Design With over 10 years’ experience creating individual interiors for large-scale residential projects throughout the south, Matthew Robinson, director of JAM Interiors, has developed a core understanding of building design and process. He acts as a bridge between client, architect and contractor to provide a co-ordinated look and feel for the property that is both sympathetic to the architect’s vision and possesses all the requirements to make it the client’s home. DARTS BUSINESS PARK, TOPSHAM, EXETER, DEVON EX3 0QH 01392 879767; studio@thejamgroup.co.uk jaminteriorsgroup.com

MIKE SWARTZ

JOHN EVANS INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Architects, Interior Design The 12-strong design team at John Evans Interior Architecture & Design has many years’ experience in interpreting clients’ aspirations. Their style is influenced by both the elegance and symmetry of Georgian architecture and a passion for a contemporary, minimalist approach. The team is overseen by John Evans, a member of the BIID and the Chartered Society of Designers, who ensures attention to detail at every stage. 16E VITTORIA STREET, VICTORIA WORKS, BIRMINGHAM B1 3PE 0121 233 9041; info@johnevansdesign.com johnevansdesign.com

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VAUGHAN 020 7349 4600 uk-sales@vaughandesigns.com vaughandesigns.com


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JAMES BALSTON

JULIETTE BYRNE Interior Design Juliette Byrne’s Chelsea-based architectural interior design consultancy has established a reputation for creating elegant and sophisticated interiors which blend the classic with the contemporary. Juliette’s efficiency and attention to detail has been a driving force in her 25-year career. Her signature is serene interiors, often executed with a muted palette, specially designed furniture and a deft blend of old and new. THE PLAZA, UNIT 3.20, 535 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW10 0SZ 020 7352 1553; office@juliettebyrne.com juliettebyrne.com

DARREN CHUNG

KEY INTERIORS Interior Design For over 35 years, Karin Verzariu and her team have created elegant and comfortable homes in the UK and abroad, often for clients who return time and again. They assist clients to realise their wish list while ensuring immaculate attention to detail and high-quality craftsmanship. Starting with meticulous concept designs, their work includes all the finishing touches to complete the vision. Design, tender and project-management services are provided. 111 DESIGN CENTRE EAST, CHELSEA HARBOUR, LONDON SW10 0XF 020 7351 7989; karin@keyinteriors.co.uk keyinteriors.co.uk

KRIS TURNBULL STUDIOS Architects, Interior Design Dedicated to designing through the eyes of each client, Kris and his creative team approach every commission in a tailored fashion. Backed by extensive property and design experience, award-wining developments and a natural eye for luxury, they take a hands-on approach, ensuring every project is delivered with love and care to suit clients’ desires, needs and requirements.

135 LISBURN ROAD, BELFAST BT9 7AG 028 9068 8600; studio@kristurnbull.com kristurnbull.com

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INTERIOR S LESLEY TAYLOR DESIGNS Interior Design Lesley Taylor is an interior designer with years of experience in both domestic and commercial property. As a full member of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), she has worked on a broad range of projects, developing a style that is understated and comfortable, blending contemporary and traditional elements. Her mission is to create harmony between practicality and aesthetics, resulting in spaces that are both inspiring and functional. 01792 362107; lesley@taylorsetc.co.uk lesleytaylor.co.uk

LIZA EVANS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design With over a decade of design experience in the UK, Europe and the US, Liza Evans offers clients a correspondingly international outlook, and a full design service. Whether the project is to redecorate a single room, remodel a whole house or redesign an office space, each scheme is personalised and overseen in detail by Liza to ensure it is delivered on time and within budget. 17 CAVENDISH SQUARE, LONDON W1G 0PH 07990 908888 / 020 7262 8208 liza@lizaevans.com lizaevans.com

ROTHERHITHE BUSINESS ESTATE, 214 ROTHERHITHE NEW ROAD, LONDON SE16 3EH 020 7237 9098; lucinda@lucindasanford.com lucindasanford.com

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EMMA LEWIS

LUCINDA SANFORD Architects, Builders, Interior Design Lucinda Sanford offers a full build, design and project-management service, acting as a one-stop shop capable of overseeing each project from inception to completion. She and her team build strong and long-standing relationships with clients in order to make sure all their requirements and needs are taken care of.


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RICHARD LUGER

MAISON AD Furniture, Interior Design With over 30 years’ experience, Maison AD offers interior architecture and design services, including furniture design. Director Steven Payne is known for his vision and consults for clients who are searching for the ideal property to transform to suit their tastes and lifestyle.

272 KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, LONDON W8 6ND 020 7384 1335; info@maisonad.com maisonad.com

ALEX JAMES

MARK GILLETTE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Mark Gillette Interior Design was established in 1994 and has since become regarded as one of the top interior-design firms in the UK, with projects in locations as diverse as St Moritz, Salzburg, London, Manchester, Scotland and Luxembourg. The practice is included in House & Garden’s 100 Leading Interior Designers, and is an active member of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID). MOLLINGTON GRANGE, PARKGATE ROAD, CHESTER, CHESHIRE CH1 6NP 01244 851897; mail@markgillette.com markgillette.com

MARK BOLTON

MARTIN HULBERT DESIGN Furniture, Garden & Landscape Design, Interior Design Martin Hulbert and Jay Grierson have worked on a variety of residential and hotel projects around the world, including Coworth Park, The Grove, Dorchester Spa, the Treehouse Suites at Chewton Glen, Cliveden, Barnsley House and many private homes. They have received numerous awards, including House & Garden’s Pineapple Award for outstanding achievement in hotel design, and are featured as one of House & Garden’s 100 Leading Interior Designers.

020 7352 5081; jay@martinhulbertdesign.com martinhulbertdesign.com

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MILLIER Architects, Interior Design Millier combines meticulous and elegant interior detailing with architectural form to create beautifully considered spaces. The companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expertise has been refined through its work on residential and commercial projects around the world, including luxurious townhouses, super-prime developments and heritage listed country estates. Millier provides a dedicated and personalised service, from spatial planning and architectural detailing to interior dressing and project management. 4 FITZHARDINGE STREET, LONDON W1H 6EG 020 7229 5506; studio@millierlondon.com millierlondon.com

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THE COURTYARD, 4 EVELYN ROAD, LONDON W4 5JL 020 8994 6612; studio@milwardteverini.com milwardteverini.com

PAUL TEVERINI

MILWARD TEVERINI Interior Design Milward Teverini is a London-based interior-design practice founded by Alison Teverini and Andrea Milward, specialising in high-end projects in the UK and worldwide. Alison and Andrea create elegant, timeless interiors, with emphasis on their use of materials, layering of textures and combination of classic and contemporary elements. They offer the full scope of interior design and interior architectural services and are specialists in bathroom and kitchen design.

46 MIZEN WAY, COBHAM, SURREY KT11 2RH 07946 536104; natalie@mood-london.com mood-london.com

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RICHARD CHIVERS

MOOD LONDON Architects, Interior Design Mood London is a unique design studio with a dynamic approach. The teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s innovative and creative attitude allows them to tailor their services to suit the needs of each individual client. They work both locally and abroad over a range of projects from houses and developments to apartments and holiday homes.


OLEG KLODT ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Award winning design and architecture studio, creating homes and public spaces with rigorous attention to detail in every facet. www.olegklodt.com/en photo by Andrea Martiradonna


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OSBORN INTERIORS Interior Design Bee Osborn leads a highly creative team at her internationally acclaimed design studio based in London. Specialising in boutique hotels and residential projects worldwide, she is renowned for creating beautiful spaces in which to live and relax. She draws inspiration from classic design and proportion, but always likes to infuse her work with a modern up-to-date energy. She is passionate about lighting, considering it key to any project. THE OLD IMPERIAL LAUNDRY, 71 WARRINER GARDENS, LONDON SW11 4XW 020 8673 6483; office@osborninteriors.com osborninteriors.com

JEAN-PHILIPPE PITER

07587 879354; london@olegklodt.com olegklodt.com/en

FRANK HERFORT

OLEG KLODT ARCHITECTURE DESIGN Furniture, Textiles, Architects, Interior Design Founded in Moscow in 2000, Oleg Klodt Architecture & Design has recently opened offices in London. Designers Oleg Klodt and Anna Agapova and their team have become known for architectural and interior-design innovations, carried out in private homes, hotels, restaurants and shops, using bespoke elements and exquisite detailing to create one-of-a-kind interiors.

020 7624 0738; rachel@rlaxerinteriors.com rlaxerinteriors.com

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PETER MURDOCK

RACHEL LAXER INTERIORS Interior Design Relaxed elegance defines the bespoke interior designs that Rachel Laxer Interiors creates for private clients. Rachel and her team ensure that renovation projects are tailored to work for each client’s lifestyle and personal aesthetic; her own interior-design style is characterised by her interest in art. Having completed projects throughout Europe, the UK and across the US, she and her team bring a global sense of design to clients’ homes.


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RICHARD WAI-TE

ROSELIND WILSON DESIGN Architects, Interior Design Roselind Wilson Design is an award-winning, interior architecture and interior-design studio based in London. With combined industry experience that spans three decades, the team of dynamic and experienced designers thoughtfully interpret and deliver a diverse scope of briefs. Their ethos is to design and deliver beautiful, bespoke homes that encompass the essence of their clients. 9 LONSDALE ROAD, LONDON NW6 6RA 020 3371 1779; ros@roselindwilsondesign.com roselindwilsondesign.com

EMMA LEWIS

SALVESEN GRAHAM Interior Design Salvesen Graham is an interior-design practice specialising in classic interiors with a modern twist. Design duo Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham focus clearly on the client brief, so there is no â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;house styleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Through the layering of textures and colours, and the juxtaposition of antiques with contemporary pieces, they create timeless interiors for their clients.

364 OLD YORK ROAD, LONDON SW18 1SP 020 7967 7777; design@salvesengraham.com salvesengraham.com

CONOR SHEEHAN

SAUNDERS INTERIORS Interior Design Tracey Saunders established Saunders Interiors in 2004 and has assembled a team of skilled craftsmen that encompass all aspects of property renovation, project management and interior design. She develops a close rapport with clients in order to understand fully their needs, and prides herself on the quality of all work completed. By taking the hassle away from the client, she aims to ensure that each renovation is an enjoyable experience.

07717 841640; tracey@saundersinteriors.co.uk saundersinteriors.co.uk

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BENEDICTE AUSSET DRUMMOND

SPENCER & WEDEKIND Interior Design Sophie and Nicholas Spencer lead a concept-to-finish company, involved in every aspect of interior architecture. They tailor a clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s project through design and consultation, along with the collaboration of all necessary specialists.

27B ATWOOD ROAD, LONDON W6 0HX 07751 603253; studio@spencerandwedekind.com spencerandwedekind.com

CLARE BORG COOK

STELLA MANNERING Interior Design Stella Mannering provides beautifully tailored and fully project-managed interior design from her central Oxford showroom, transforming houses into homes. She prides herself on impeccable attention to detail, whether upholstering a single sofa or taking on an entire home renovation.

2 WOODSTOCK ROAD, OXFORD OX2 6HT 01865 557196; stella@stellamannering.com stellamannering.com

GARETH GARDNER

STUDIO 28 INTERIORS Interior Design Studio 28 designs luxury interiors for private and commercial clients, tailoring its approach to each project. Creative director Stacey Pope offers a full spectrum of design services and pushes the boundaries to deliver innovative and functional spaces. She aims to guide each client through a seamless, enjoyable design journey from concept to completion, and deliver a sophisticated interior scheme that will withstand the test of time.

28 CASTLE STREET, HERTFORD, HERTFORDSHIRE SG14 1HH 01920 831063 / 07803 141036; info@s28interiors.com s28interiors.com

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INTERIOR S STUDIOAIDA Architects, Interior Design The team at STUDIOAida will not only build the bones of your home but will bring it to life, dress it and style it, with refreshingly radical results. The team, headed by founder Aida Bratovic, pushes interior design to a new level, combining creativity with technical rigour. The studio is committed to beauty and quality, in both design and service, and creates impressive yet liveable and welcoming spaces. 27 BULWER STREET, LONDON W12 8AR 020 3750 0077; ab@studioaida.co.uk studioaida.co.uk

STUDIO INDIGO Architects, Interior Design Studio Indigo is a design studio specialising in architecture and interior design, working on prestigious projects within the UK and worldwide. Its portfolio extends across a diverse range of sectors, including luxury residential, commercial developments, yachts and aviation. The studio of 50 full-time professionals comprises an experienced and talented mix of architects and designers who work closely with clients to create results that are both personal and beautiful.

15 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0QJ 020 7349 1290; info@studioindigo.co.uk studioindigo.co.uk

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ANDREAS VON EINSIEDEL

LATIMER STUDIOS, 11 LATIMER ROAD, LONDON W10 6RQ 020 3642 3120; info@studioduggan.com studioduggan.com

ALEXANDER JAMES

STUDIO DUGGAN Interior Design Founded by Tiffany Duggan in 2011, Studio Duggan is a leading design studio creating distinctive and well-considered interiors for high-end residential and boutique commercial projects. With an emphasis on form, colour, texture, scale and an expertly curated mix of old and new, Tiffany approaches projects holistically, and her work is underpinned with a total respect for the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brief.


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JULIAN ABRAMS

STUDIO VERO Interior Design Studio Vero’s founding partners Venetia Rudebeck and Romanos Brihi are both established interior designers. Their philosophy is that a home is the ultimate representation of personality, and that interiors should reflect the people who live in them, illustrating their needs, style and character. Often classically elegant and sometimes boldly alternative, Studio Vero’s work shows a distinctive quality. 11 PEMBRIDGE STUDIOS, 27A PEMBRIDGE VILLAS, LONDON W11 3EP 020 3818 0210; info@studio-vero.com studio-vero.com

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JON DAY

TAYLOR HOWES Interior Design Founded in 1993 by Karen Howes, Taylor Howes has earned a distinguished reputation for bespoke interiors that fuse elegance, style and creativity with practicality, to create eye-catching interior design that can also function effectively on a day-to-day basis. Boasting a strong international portfolio, the practice has worked across residential and commercial commissions, from private homes to luxury hotels, restaurants and prestigious commercial developments. 49–51 CHEVAL PLACE, LONDON SW7 1EW 020 7349 9017; admin@taylorhowes.co.uk taylorhowes.co.uk

TLA STUDIO Architects, Furniture, Interior Design TLA Studio specialises in carefully designed and detailed high-end residential and commercial projects, often involving contemporary interventions and alterations to historic buildings, as well as new buildings and interiors that relate closely to their surroundings. The team of London-based architects and interior designers work on a diverse range of projects for an international client base, including art galleries, boutique hotels, landscape design and commercial work. GENEVA HOUSE, 99 KNATCHBULL ROAD, LONDON SE5 9QU 020 7737 6181; info@tlastudio.co.uk tlastudio.co.uk

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07958 747196; trilbey@trilbeygordoninteriors.com trilbeygordoninteriors.com

KATE MARTIN

TRILBEY GORDON INTERIORS Interior Design Interior designer Trilbey Gordon is known for her ability to mix eclectic styles, from midcentury modern to gentlemen’s club, with a cool, glamorous touch. Brought up in London and educated in Switzerland, she has also lived in Paris and Los Angeles, and each of these cities is paramount to her design influences. No two projects are the same, but all have spirit and edge. Every object is carefully considered.

THE SHEPHERDS BUILDING, EAST ENTRANCE, UNIT LG11, RICHMOND WAY, LONDON W14 0DQ 020 3463 2390; info@turnerpocock.co.uk turnerpocock.co.uk

ALEX JAMES

TURNER POCOCK Interior Design ‘Our house style is people,’ say Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock, the design duo behind the acclaimed company Turner Pocock. Although they have become known for their accomplished work with colour and pattern, it is their ability to transform lifestyles that engenders such loyalty from their clients. ‘We want our clients to come away from a project living a little better,’ they add.

57 ST HELENS GARDENS, LONDON W10 6LN 020 8969 0654; nicky@violetandgeorge.com violetandgeorge.com

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SARAH HOGAN

VIOLET & GEORGE Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design Violet & George was born out of a passion for exquisite textiles and meaningful, elegant design. Director Nicky Mudie and her team are skilled in the traditional crafts of interior decoration and fastidious about attention to detail, but also aware of contemporary trends, taste and technology. The services they offer include made-to-measure tailoring and upholstery, paint and fabric advice, intelligent lighting solutions and decorative flourishes.


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INTERIOR S WEST ONE BATHROOMS Bathrooms, Interior Design One of Europe’s most diverse and innovative suppliers of bespoke luxury bathrooms, West One Bathrooms offers an industry-renowned, tailored sales and design service. Established for almost four decades, it provides an end-to-end solution service to both retail and trade customers.

MIKE SWARTZ PHOTOGRAPHY

45–46 SOUTH AUDLEY STREET, LONDON W1K 2PY 0333 011 3333; sales@westonebathrooms.com westonebathrooms.com

WILKINSON BEVEN DESIGN Architects, Extensions, Interior Design Having honed an expertise in the design of high-quality residential interiors, in the UK and abroad, John Beven and Richard Wilkinson provide a personal hands-on service for clients who require a professional design team to oversee their newbuild or existing property restoration. They create comprehensive detailed design schemes, tailoring services to suit clients’ needs and budgets, from an architectural starting point down to fabrics and furnishing elements. 321 BRADFORD STREET, BIRMINGHAM B5 6ET 0121 622 7366; john@wilkinsonbevendesign.com wilkinsonbevendesign.com

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MISCHA HALLER

ADOLFO HARRISON GARDENS Garden & Landscape Design Adolfo Harrison Gardens is one of London’s leading garden-design practices, creating beautifully crafted landscapes across the United Kingdom. The team thrives on transforming even the most challenging briefs into magnificent and sustainable gardens.

8 LEE STREET, LONDON E8 4DY 07973 692373; adolfo@adolfoharrison.com adolfoharrison.com

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CLIVE NICHOLS

ANGELA COLLINS GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design For the past 25 years, Angela Collins has created gardens that are both individual and beautiful. She approaches each garden with passion, vision and attention to detail, using classic design and strong planting. Whether the garden is large or small, her focus is on making it thrilling to look at but also easy to maintain.

07876 592440; ac.gardendesign@talk21.com www.angelacollins.co.uk

CLIVE NICHOLS

BUTTER WAKEFIELD GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Butter Wakefield is known for her elegant, considered designs for gardens both rural and urban, modern or contemporary. Every project is delivered and built to the highest standard, with the minimum of fuss, leaving clients free to enjoy the beautiful spaces she creates.

2 ASHCHURCH PARK VILLAS, LONDON W12 9SP 07973 516149; butter@butterwakefield.co.uk butterwakefield.co.uk

CHRIS SNOOK

CAMERON LANDSCAPES & GARDENS Garden & Landscape Design Passionate about gardens, Cameron Gardens is an award-winning, fully integrated garden design, build and maintenance company based in Notting Hill. Working with top-end domestic and commercial clients, the team is committed to delivering inspired gardens of exceptional quality, which are tailored to meet individual clients’ requirements.

69 ST MARK’S ROAD, LONDON W10 6JG 07877 382786; gardens@camerongardens.co.uk camerongardens.co.uk

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Architecture and design in perfect balance

THE NEW GEOMETRY FOR THE KITCHEN

THE PRINCIPLE OF S IE M ATIC FR A ME DES IG N The art of omission, elegantly framed: The design of the new SieMatic PURE Collection is a dialogue of lines and geometric minimalism. Kitchen concepts characterised by delicate 2cm frames surround integrated elements, meaning numerous design options can be configured, appearing like artwork integrated into surrounding architecture. The less is more concept is apparent in the minimalist design language, including a range of materials and colours matched with careful consideration of monochrome white, grey and black hues, as well as wood grain finishes, perfect for purist design that is timelessly elegant.

Competent kitchen consulting and professional planning: SieMatic UK 5300 Lakeside | Cheadle Royal Business Park | Cheshire | SK8 3GP | +44 (0)161 2466010 www.siematic.co.uk | info@siematic.co.uk


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OUTDOOR S CHARLOTTE ROWE GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Charlotte Rowe is an award-winning garden designer based in London, offering a full-service garden design consultancy. She and her team have designed over 200 gardens in London, the UK and overseas. From small courtyards to full-scale rural landscaping, their gardens are recognised for strong architectural lines, lush planting, contemporary styling and beautiful lighting. Charlotteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s awards include a gold medal at the 2014 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. 118 BLYTHE ROAD, LONDON W14 0HD 020 7602 0660; design@charlotterowe.com charlotterowe.com

BLEWBURTON BARNS, HAGBOURNE ROAD, ASTON UPTHORPE, OXFORDSHIRE OX11 9EE 01235 859300; sophie@davidharber.com davidharber.com

CLIVE NICHOLS

DAVID HARBER Artwork, Garden & Landscape Design, Metalwork David Harber is an award-winning artist with an international reputation for creating innovative, contemporary sculptures incorporating light, water and reflections. Each commission is handmade from long-lasting materials at his workshop in Oxfordshire.

ORCHARD PLOT, HIGH STREET, ROWLEDGE, FARNHAM, SURREY GU10 4BT 01428 724080; julia@graduatelandscapes.co.uk graduatelandscapes.co.uk

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DAVID HOGG

GRADUATE LANDSCAPES Garden & Landscape Design Based in Surrey and Hampshire, Graduate Landscapes is an award-winning practice with over 25 years of experience in garden design. Services include hard landscaping, plant selection, green walls, lighting and irrigation systems and swimming-pool design, and the team is dedicated to creating innovative and functional outdoor spaces, whether they are working on a contemporary town plot or a large country garden.


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HELEN FICKLING

KATE GOULD GARDENS Garden & Landscape Design Kate Gould is an award-winning garden designer working across London and the south east. Whether creating planting plans for existing borders or implementing a brand-new entire scheme, Kate provides a tailor-made service to suit clients’ requirements. She is regularly seen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where she has been awarded three gold medals. 26 ALDENHAM ROAD, RADLETT, HERTFORDSHIRE WD7 8AX 01923 839733; enquiries@kategouldgardens.com kategouldgardens.com

MARIANNE MAJERUS

LLOYD BRUNT OUTDOOR DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Graham Lloyd-Brunt and his team create timeless gardens for modern living. Based in Westminster, they tend to work on larger gardens for houses and hotels in London, southern England and occasionally further afield. Designs adhere to a range of key principles developed from analysing the world’s most beautiful gardens, interpreting classic garden design in a contemporary manner.

4 SMITH SQUARE, LONDON SW1P 3HS 020 7222 2777; graham@lloydbrunt.com lloydbrunt.com

JAMES CAMERON

MAITANNE HUNT GARDENS & LANDSCAPES Garden & Landscape Design Maïtanne Hunt leads a London-based practice offering a comprehensive, tailored service. She thrives on transforming the most challenging brief into a timeless space, producing a careful result that draws together the client’s wishes and the spirit of the place in a harmonious arrangement of space and immaculately crafted details. She collaborates with architects and designers, and her remit encompasses small terraces and country estates, contemporary looks and historical restorations.

07798 635142; mh@maitannehunt.com maitannehunt.com

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MARIANNE MAJERUS

MARIAN BOSWALL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Garden & Landscape Design Marian Boswall heads up a leading design practice with a reputation for creating beautiful gardens, often in historic settings. The company was established in 2004, and its projects have ranged from large trusts and estates open to the public to smaller private gardens. Marian’s small team of landscape architects, garden designers and gardeners work throughout the UK from their design studio in Kent. BAILEY FARM, STAPLEHURST, KENT TN12 0DN 020 7305 7153; marian@marianboswall.com marianboswall.com

RICHARD MIERS GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Based in London, with 20 years’ international experience, Richard Miers specialises in creating bespoke gardens that provide a treat for all the senses. Inspired by dramatic movement, rich colour, the power of scent and strong contrasts, Richard’s creations begin with the client and existing site, as he absorbs the individuality of each house and location, distilling the surroundings and adding his own unique touch.

07866 555693; richard@richardmiers.com richardmiers.com

STEFANO MARINAZ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Garden & Landscape Design From its London base, Stefano Marinaz Landscape Architecture works alongside international architects and designers on projects ranging from small private gardens to historical restorations and installations for garden festivals. Agronomist and landscape architect Stefano believes that green spaces can improve quality of life and foster deeper connections with nature. He employs a rich palette for his planting plans, personally supervising soil preparation and planting, and offering an ongoing maintenance service. BRITANNIA HOUSE, 11 GLENTHORNE ROAD, LONDON W6 0LH 020 3727 7264; studio@stefanomarinaz.com stefanomarinaz.com

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OUTDOOR S VALE GARDEN HOUSES Conservatories & Garden Rooms Vale Garden Houses makes high-quality, traditional timber orangeries, conservatories and roof lights, specialising in working with period properties and excelling at the design and detail of each bespoke structure. Thanks to the company’s wealth of knowledge and architectural appreciation, the rooms it creates are harmonious additions that are built to last and provide year-round enjoyment. BELTON PARK, LONDONTHORPE ROAD, GRANTHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE NG31 9SJ 01476 564433; enquiries@valegardenhouses.com valegardenhouses.com

FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S AND SO TO BED Furniture And So To Bed is the home of exclusive luxury beds, bed frames, headboards and elegant bedroom furniture accessories that create beautiful bedroom aesthetics. The company specialises in period reproduction bedsteads, offering wooden, upholstered and metal bed frames from single through super-king to even larger emperor sizes. 591–593 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2EH 0808 129 2840; trade@andsotobed.co.uk andsotobed.co.uk

020 8780 5288; anne@atlanticorugs.com atlanticorugs.com

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MARCOS BEVILACQUA

ATLANTICO RUGS Rugs, Interior Design Atlantico Rugs is the leading designer and producer of Portuguese tapestry rugs in the UK and has been in existence for over 30 years. Each year, it produces a new collection of elegant designs complementing current styles, trends and colours.


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JAKE FITZJONES

CHESNEY’S Antiques, Fireplaces, Architects Chesney’s is the UK’s leading supplier of luxury fireplaces and wood-burning stoves, with unparalleled commitment to craftsmanship and outstanding service. The company recently launched a unique range of state-of-the-art barbecue/outdoor heaters that take outdoor living to a whole new level.

194 BATTERSEA PARK ROAD, LONDON SW11 4ND 020 7627 1410; retailsales@chesneys.co.uk chesneys.co.uk

SALLY MITCHELL

COTTON MILLS INTERIORS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Shutters & Blinds, Upholsterers Cotton Mills is an independent interiors company specialising in fabrics, furnishings and design. The experienced team provide a thoroughly personalised service to help clients achieve their ideal scheme. In-house consultations are offered free of charge and design visits are available upon request. A professional measuring and fitting service is also available and recommended to ensure a perfect finish. PEOPLES PALACE, PYDAR STREET, TRURO, CORNWALL TR1 2AZ 01872 278545; mail@cotton-mills.co.uk cotton-mills.co.uk

DESIGN MARKET Antiques, Furniture, Lighting Design Market, established by Lionel Obadia and David Mimouni, offers a revolutionary platform for midcentury-modern furniture enthusiasts, combining vintage design with digital technology. Customers can shop online to discover over 8,000 genuine vintage pieces by the greatest designers, with authentication services and worldwide shipping.

contact@design-mkt.com design-mkt.com

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1FUFS3FFEñOFTUMVYVSZMJOFOTTJODF For generations our bedding, hand crafted in Lancashire from the highest grade cottons, has symbolised authentic British luxury for the home. Peter Reed International Limited, Nelson, Lancashire New York Showroom: Suite 1804, 152 Madison Avenue, New York

www.peterreed.com


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DANNY PUFFETT

MICHAEL NORTHCROFT Furniture, Cabinetmakers & Joiners Michael Northcroft is a British designer and maker of luxury furniture with an international reputation for excellence. Designs feature a wide range of exclusive finishes, bespoke sizes and skilful craftsmanship. The versatility of the collections makes it easy to find a personal statement piece for any space.

ARGALL WORKS, ARGALL AVENUE, LONDON E10 7QE 020 8558 6919; info@michaelnorthcroft.com michaelnorthcroft.com

DANIEL ALI

MONOGRAMMED LINEN SHOP – YVES DELORME Textiles, Upholsterers Monogrammed Linen Shop offers comprehensive in-house monogramming as well as a complete bespoke service for embroidery and bed linen designs. The designs combine classic yet contemporary styles to create the most sophisticated of homes.

MONOGRAMMED LINEN SHOP, 168–170 WALTON STREET, LONDON SW3 2JL 020 7589 4033; sales@monogrammedlinenshop.com monogrammedlinenshop.com/bespoke.html

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PETER REED Textiles Peter Reed represents the pinnacle of English linen making, with a reputation for quality based on 150 years of heritage and craftsmanship. The company sources the finest fabrics woven by master artisanal mills in Italy and focuses on the skills of cutting, sewing, hemming, embroidering and finishing. This clarity of purpose was rewarded in 2008 with the royal warrant for manufacturing bedlinen for the Queen, which the company still holds.

01282 616069; info@peterreed.com peterreed.com

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FURNITURE &ACCE SSORIE S FINE COTTON COMPANY Textiles, Upholsterers The Fine Cotton Company is devoted to making luxurious, beautiful bedlinen to the highest standards of quality and design for homes, yachts and airlines. The linens are crafted in Europe from the finest natural fabrics up to a thread count of 1000, offering timeless style and lasting quality to give customers the ultimate night’s sleep. Personalisation of linens with embroidered monograms and family crests is a specialityof the company.

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020 7443 9550; jr@thefinecottoncompany.com thefinecottoncompany.com

HAYBURN & CO Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners Hayburn & Co has designed and installed fitted furniture and artisan residential joinery in some of the finest homes worlwide, and is a champion of contemporary, classical design and craftsmanship. One point of contact is offered for all joinery elements, simplifying the delivery of sizeable, complex projects, and the designers are specialists in whole-house fitted furniture and interior architectural joinery, ensuring design continuity across all areas of a project. 299 GALGORM ROAD, BALLYMENA, COUNTY ANTRIM BT42 1JU 0845 3712420; thedesignteam@hayburn.com hayburn.com

HOSSACK & GRAY Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners With over two decades’ experience, Hossack & Gray provides high-quality upholstery and furniture restoration services for both commercial and domestic clients. The bespoke design service delivers seating, headboards and stools made to clients’ specifications, and the team also specialises in sourcing antique seating and furniture

38-40 UPPER CLAPTON ROAD, LONDON E5 8BQ 020 8986 3345; info@hossackandgray.co.uk hossackandgray.co.uk

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MARBLEHILL FIREPLACES THE MOST IMPRESSIVE & EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF FIREPLACES IN THE UK

WITH OVER 7 DIFFERENT SHOW AREAS AND MORE THAN 55 MANTELS ON DISPLAY WITH 14 ACTUALLY UNDER FIRE, MARBLE HILL IS ONE OF THE LEADING LONDON SHOWROOMS FOR ALL YOUR FIREPLACE NEEDS. WE ARE CONSTANTLY STRIVING TO SHOWCASE INNOVATIVE AND NEW DESIGNS.

70-72 Richmond Road, Twickenham TW1 3BE

Tel: 020 8892 1488 info@marblehill.co.uk www.marblehill.co.uk


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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S SILK AVENUE Rugs SILK-AVENUE is an international company that designs and manufactures luxurious, custom-made carpets and rugs. The team travels all over the world to find excellence and exceptional quality in all aspects, from design to manufacturing and production.

020 7371 6860; info@silk-avenue.co.uk silk-avenue.co.uk

SINCLAIRS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Upholsterers Established for almost 30 years, Sinclairs offer a comprehensive service to provide the highest quality, bespoke soft furnishings.

8 THE MATRIX, 62 NEWHAVEN ROAD, EDINBURGH EH6 5QB 0131 554 8300; gillian@sinclairs.uk.com sinclairs.uk.com

16 JAGGARD WAY, LONDON SW12 8SG 020 8675 1099; enquiries@tnesc.co.uk thenewenglandshuttercompany.com

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THE NEW ENGLAND SHUTTER COMPANY Shutters & Blinds Supplying homeowners and leading interior designers worldwide, The New England Shutter Company manufactures and installs high-quality solid timber shutters. Potential customers can contact the head office in London for a free estimate.


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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S THE ODD CHAIR COMPANY Furniture, Upholsterers The Odd Chair Company makes classic, contemporary and bespoke furniture. Established over 40 years ago, the family-run business prides itself on the quality of its products and its ability to offer an exceptional service. The furniture is made by experienced craftsmen at the company’s own workshops in the north-west of England.

01772 691777; james@theoddchaircompany.com theoddchaircompany.com

THE SOFA & CHAIR COMPANY Furniture, Textiles, Upholsterers The Sofa & Chair Company is a leading manufacturer of custom-made furniture. It prides itself on its tailored service, creating made-tomeasure pieces that adhere to clients’ specifications to the letter. Its commitment to quality extends to every area of the design and production process and only the finest materials are sourced for its bespoke furniture creations.

4–5 ROSLIN ROAD, LONDON W3 8DH 020 8993 4415; info@thesofaandchair.co.uk thesofaandchair.co.uk

17 PORTOBELLO ROAD, LONDON W11 3DA 020 7313 5400; info@vanderhurd.co.uk vanderhurd.com

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VANDERHURD Rugs, Textiles Vanderhurd design studio, overseen by creative director Christine Van Der Hurd, designs and creates bespoke carpets, area rugs and textiles for clients around the world from its studio in Portobello Road, London.


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ARCHITECTURE DANIELE PETTENO ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP Architects, Extensions, Interior Design Daniele Petteno leads a team of architects and interior designers working on various residential, cultural and commercial projects in the UK and Europe. 329–339 PUTNEY BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON SW15 2PG 020 8617 9318; dpetteno@danielepetteno.com danielepetteno.com FLOWER MICHELIN ARCHITECTS Architects, Extensions, Interior Design This London-based architectural practice has extensive experience of the design and delivery of creative spaceplanning solutions for residential and commercial property. 27 ACKMAR ROAD, LONDON SW6 4UR 020 7751 0444; studio@flowermichelin.com flowermichelin.com

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GHK ARCHITECTS Architects GHK specialises in sensitive contemporary and traditional design for sustainable projects, including newbuilds, refurbishments and historic building conservation. 5 PORT HOUSE, SQUARE RIGGER ROW, PLANTATION WHARF, LONDON SW11 3TY 020 7471 8000; mail@ghkarchitects.co.uk ghkarchitects.co.uk GILES QUARME & ASSOCIATES Architects Giles Quarme & Associates are architects specialising in the conservation, restoration and alteration of historic buildings in the UK and abroad. 7 BISHOPS TERRACE, LONDON SE11 4UE 020 7582 0748; mail@quarme.com quarme.com HEDGEHOG ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Extensions Hedgehog Aluminium Systems is an expert designer and provider of bespoke aluminium framing solutions including modern aluminium windows, doors, façades and roof lights. SKY HOUSE, RAANS ROAD, AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE HP6 6JQ 01494 722882; hello@hedgehogaluminium.com hedgehogaluminium.com IGGI INTERIOR DESIGN Architects, Interior Design Iggi Interior Design provides a personalised service and ensures a high standard of design for eclectic and refined tastes. THE OLD PARLOUR, OCKLEY COURT FARM, COLES LANE, OCKLEY, SURREY RH5 5LS 01306 712262; s.white@iggi.co.uk iggi.co.uk

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STUDIO 29 ARCHITECTS & Interior Designers JONES LAMBELL LLP ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS Architects, Interior Design Jones Lambell has a reputation for design excellence and technical expertise in the high-end residential sector. STUDIO 2, 1 EASTFIELDS AVENUE, RIVERSIDE QUARTER, LONDON SW18 1FQ 020 7801 0822; ge@jlad.co.uk jlad.co.uk PELL-STEVENS ARCHITECTS Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Extensions, Interior Design Pell-Stevens designs beautiful houses and interiors to suit any size, budget and style. STABLE STUDIOS, GODSHILL WOOD FARM, WOODGREEN ROAD, GODSHILL,HAMPSHIRE SP6 2LP 01425 650441; myarchitect@pell-stevens.com pell-stevens.com

STUDIO 29 ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design Studio 29 combines architecture and interior-design, handling domestic projects from planning to completion. 29A PORTNALL ROAD, LONDON W9 3BA 020 8968 4964; design@studio29architects.co.uk studio29architects.co.uk

www.studio29architects.co.uk 020 8968 4964

INTERIOR S AMANDA RANSOM DESIGN Interior Design Amanda Ransom creates sympathetic interiors that are carefully aligned to her clients’ practical needs. HAMMONDS FARM, PIRTON, HITCHIN, SG5 3QN 07802 782929; amanda@amandaransom.com amandaransom.com ANNA BILTON Interior Design Anna Bilton’s ability to work in a broad range of styles and juxtapose different materials generates truly original interiors, both contemporary and traditional. 020 7823 6170; anna@annabilton.com annabilton.com ANNA HAINES DESIGN Interior Design Anna Haines’ ethos is to translate the client’s taste into a comfortable, elegant home that is sympathetic to the building and its period. 07956 236326; anna@annahaines.co.uk annahaines.co.uk

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INTERIOR S BARLOW & BARLOW DESIGN Interior Design Siblings Lucy and Max Barlow offer a fresh, exciting approach, encouraging clients’ creativity and finding the most beautiful ways to meet their requirements. BASELINE STUDIOS, WHITCHURCH ROAD, LONDON W11 4AT 020 3645 1427; lb@barlowandbarlow.com barlowandbarlow.com BENSON COLE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design With over 20 years’ experience, Jane Benson-Cole blends client ideals with professional knowledge, practical thinking and creativity, resulting in fresh, inspirational interiors. 020 8815 9803; jane@bensoncole.co.uk bensoncole.co.uk BRYANSTON SMARTHOME Interior Design Bryanston SmartHome helps homeowners and developers to get the most out of new technology, making it simple to understand and easy to use. 01428 602900; peter@bryanston-smarthome.co.uk bryanston-smarthome.co.uk BUD VERNON INTERIORS Interior Design Bud Vernon Interiors gives a personal, efficient approach to each project, combining practical requirements with bespoke design ideas to create exciting decorative schemes. ADAM HOUSE, MARK WAY, GODALMING, SURREY GU7 2BN 07771 758502; bud@budvernon.com budvernon.com CAROLINE PATERSON Antiques, Furniture, Interior Design Caroline Paterson delivers detailed well-designed interior architecture for residential and commercial projects, sourcing art and antiques to create an eclectic look. FAIRBANK STUDIOS, 65–69 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RN 020 7352 9652; cp@cpidesign.co.uk carolinepatersoninteriors.co.uk CAROLINE SENLEY DESIGNS Interior Design Caroline Senley uses her extensive design knowledge to ensure style and functionality, with a bespoke and discreet service. 17 SELWOOD PLACE, LONDON SW7 3QL 07785 340730; cs@carolinesenleydesigns.co.uk carolinesenleydesigns.co.uk

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CLARE GASKIN INTERIORS Interior Design Clare Gaskin creates tailored schemes that respond to who clients are, how they live their lives, and the space itself. BASEMENT STUDIO, 39 FELSHAM ROAD, LONDON SW15 1AZ 020 8789 9959; info@claregaskin.com claregaskin.com

CREAM & BLACK INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Cream & Black provides bespoke design solutions for everyday living, from luxury interiors and projectmanagement services to full structural renovations. BIRCH COURT, HARRIS BUSINESS PARK, HANBURY ROAD, STOKE PRIOR B60 4FD 01527 839088; enquiries@creamandblack.co.uk creamandblack.co.uk

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COCHRANE DESIGN Interior Design Cochrane Design provides a comprehensive interior design, architecture and development service handling all aspects of design, installation and dressing. BRITANNIA HOUSE, BRITANNIA WAY, LONDON SW6 2HJ 020 7751 0075; info@cochranedesign.com cochranedesign.com

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CLAUDIA DORSCH INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design This Hampstead-based showroom and design practice offers full-scale projects, home styling and sourcing, translating ideas into practical and aesthetically beautiful homes. 13 BRACKNELL GARDENS, LONDON NW3 7EE 07801 234677; claudia@claudiainteriors.co.uk claudiainteriors.co.uk

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INTERIOR S DABROVSKA DESIGN Interior Design Joanna Dabrowska creates elegant, comfortable and functional spaces that avoid superimposed styling, adding character through quality of natural materials, original textiles and lighting. 07984 378253; joanna@dabrovskadesign.co.uk dabrovskadesign.co.uk DAVID HUTTON INTERIORS Interior Design David Hutton’s passion for fabulous interiors, eye for detail and belief that design should be simple, not ordinary, are displayed in his projects. 17 DRUID HILL, STOKE BISHOP, BRISTOL BS9 1EW 0117 968 4813; david@davidhuttoninteriors.co.uk davidhuttoninteriors.co.uk

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DESIGN PRACTICE BY UBER Architects, Interior Design For modest makeovers and super-prime interiors alike, Design Practice by Uber offers surprisingly affordable product packages. CHELFORD ROAD, OLLERTON, KNUTSFORD, CHESHIRE WA16 8SB 0333 220 5550; info@thedesignpractice.com thedesignpractice.com DOUGLAS MACKIE DESIGN Interior Design For handsome interiors blending furniture and art, moody colours and comfort, Douglas Mackie tops the list. He also has a chic furniture line. 123–125 GLOUCESTER PLACE, LONDON W1U 6JZ 020 7487 3295; douglas@douglasmackie.com www.douglasmackie.com ELEMENT7 Flooring Specialising in premium engineered flooring, Element7 is well-versed in creating perfect flooring in both construction and finish, from parquet to wide-plank. 14 PARK STREET, LONDON SW6 2RQ 020 7736 2366; sales@element7.co.uk element7.co.uk ESTERVAN INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Vanessa Mills creates interiors tailored to her clients’ lifestyle, taste and budget: beautiful, comfortable and practical spaces that withstand the test of time. 5 ROUNDTOWN, AYNHO, BANBURY, OXFORDSHIRE OX17 3BG 07751 435805; vanessa@estervan.com estervan.com

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FINESSE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Founded from a passion for inspiring spaces, Finesse offers a tailored service across Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and London, plus an innovative online service. 07930 980444; design@interior-finesse.com interior-finesse.com FRANCES HEALY INTERIORS Interior Design Frances Healy approaches each project with a fresh eye and friendly manner, no two houses are ever the same. WOODVIEW COTTAGE, THE SQUARE, ERMINGTON, DEVON PL21 9LP 01548 831172 / 07862 252461 frances@franceshealyinteriors.co.uk franceshealyinteriors.co.uk FRENCH-BROOKS INTERIORS Interior Design Based in London and Hampshire, French-Brooks specialises in residential interiors, providing an integrated service including spatial planning, lighting, bathroom design and decoration. 12 CRANLEY PLACE, LONDON SW7 3AE 020 7591 0165; info@french-brooks.com french-brooks.com HAMILFORD DESIGN Antiques, Interior Design Manuela Hamilford has projects spanning residences in London, townhouses in New York and large country estates, all featuring elegant, luxurious and warm interiors. 56 PEMBROKE ROAD, LONDON W8 6NX 020 3887 6900; manuela@hamilforddesign.com hamilforddesign.com HARDING & CO Interior Design Harding & Co weaves together the character of buildings, the spirit of their locations and the personalities of the people who live in them. THE WORKSHOP, 1A STRONSA ROAD, LONDON W12 9LB 020 8743 6690; zoe@nicolaharding.com nicolaharding.com HEDAYAT Lighting, Textiles, Interior Design, Upholsterers Hedayat, of Jam Space UK, is a London-based multi-award-winning interior designer with an international portfolio of residential and commercial projects. 07903 820655; hedayat@jamspace.uk jamspace.uk

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INTERIOR S HILL HOUSE INTERIORS Architects, Interior Design Jenny Weiss and Helen Bygraves apply approachability and meticulous attention to detail, whether the client is a luxury developer or private individual. 32–34 BAKER STREET, WEYBRIDGE, SURREY KT13 8AU 01932 858900; design@hillhouseinteriors.com hillhouseinteriors.com

HOTSPUR DESIGN Antiques, Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork, Interior Design, Upholsterers Hotspur Design assists interior designers and private clients in sourcing antiques and art. HOTSPUR HOUSE, 4 PARK ROAD, ISLEWORTH, LONDON TW7 6AZ 020 8568 7045; caro@hotspurdesign.com hotspurdesign.com JKL INTERIORS Interior Design JKL Interiors was formed over 20 years ago by Jane Keisner and Joanna Lindsay, who interpret clients’ wish lists to create individual homes. 45 PRIORY ROAD, LONDON NW6 4NS 020 7289 1149; design@jklinteriors.com jklinteriors.com

WOOLF - 2 8 ) 6 - 3 6  % 6 ' , - 8 ) ' 8 9 6 )   ( ) 7 - + 2 The WOOLF studio based in Notting Hill London, boasts an impressive portfolio of high-end residential and commercial projects. WOOLF have collaborated with several eminent architects and a number of notable clients. Their richly layered, luxurious interiors are individual, beautifully tailored and timelsess.

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JOANNA WOOD Interior Design Joanna Wood is a highly sought-after luxury interior-design company, completing prestigious residential, private and commercial projects. 1 GERALD MEWS, LONDON SW1W 9EG 020 7730 0693; info@joannawood.com joannawood.com KATE MONCKTON INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Kate Monckton offers innovative, contemporary design solutions that successfully translate each client’s individual tastes and aspirations into workable, thought-provoking spaces. 07973 429318; contact@katemonckton.com katemonckton.com KELLING DESIGNS NORFOLK Interior Design Kelling Designs creates carefully curated individual worlds that celebrate colour and texture, and are animated by antiques, art and flashes of the offbeat. PRIORY HOUSE, FIELD DALLING, HOLT, NORFOLK NR25 7LG 01328 830449; norfolk@kellingdesigns.com kellingdesigns.com

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KIA DESIGNS Interior Design Kia Designs specialises in luxury residential properties in and around London, with a focus on thoughtful, intuitive design and a clear, transparent process. 1 PRIMROSE STREET, LONDON EC2A 2EX 07912 138822; kia@kiadesigns.co.uk kiadesigns.co.uk KR INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design KR Interior Design is a London-based practice providing luxury interiors for an international clientele in both residential and commercial projects. 81â&#x20AC;&#x201C;83 FULHAM HIGH STREET, LONDON SW6 3JA 020 7115 5225; info@kr-interiordesign.com kr-interiordesign.com LEIVARS Interior Design Leivars is a high-end interior-design practice with a passion for creating beautiful interiors, whether inspired by existing architecture or clientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; tastes. ST JOHNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HOUSE, ST JOHNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S STREET, CHICHESTER, SUSSEX PO19 1UU 07929 934511; studio@leivars.com leivars.com MANUSHI DESIGN Interior Design Manushi is a luxury interior-design studio creating distinctive and beautiful interiors for private clients and property developers, in the UK and worldwide. 36 GLOUCESTER AVENUE, LONDON NW1 7BB 020 7284 5919; manushi@manushidesign.com manushidesign.com MARTIN MOORE Flooring, Furniture, Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners Since 1975, Martin Moore has been designing beautiful, bespoke kitchens, developing a hallmark style of timeless English furniture designed and handmade to order. 176 WESTBOURNE GROVE, LONDON W11 2RW 0845 180 0015; enquiries@martinmoore.com martinmoore.com MARY LESLIE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design From design studios in Perthshire and Chelsea, Mary Leslie and her team provide a creative, imaginative and efficient interior-design and decoration service. THE BOTHY, RAIT ANTIQUE CENTRE, RAIT, PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND PH2 7RT 01821 670776; info@mhleslie.co.uk mhleslie.co.uk

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INTERIOR S MCQUIN PARTNERSHIP INTERIOR DESIGN Antiques, Interior Design Debra McQuin, a BIID Member who trained at KLC School of Design, leads a studio specialising in residential projects of all sizes. 165 OAKWOOD COURT, LONDON W14 8JE 020 7608 5768; debra@mcquinpartnership.com mcquinpartnership.com MELANIE WILLIAMS BESPOKE INTERIORS Architects, Interior Design Melanie Williams runs an experienced studio working between London and the Cotswolds, skilfully integrating architecture, interiors and furniture design with a clean aesthetic. 07989 597264; info@melaniewilliams.co.uk melaniewilliams.co.uk MELTONS Interior Design Meltons is a luxury design company dedicated to the meticulous execution of every project, with sensitive understanding given to clients’ lifestyle and budget. THE PLAZA, 535 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW10 0SZ 020 7233 9712; sales@meltons.co.uk meltons.co.uk NATALIA MIYAR ATELIER Architects, Interior Design Based in London and Miami, Natalia Miyar leads a team of architects and interior and furniture designers to create immersive, liveable, beautiful homes. 020 8629 5510; info@nataliamiyar.com nataliamiyar.com OLIVIA BELL DESIGN Interior Design Olivia Bell works on a diverse range of projects across Europe, creating a timeless elegance and offsetting the old against the new. THE STUDIO, VALLANCE COTTAGE, UPPER CHUTE, ANDOVER, HAMPSHIRE SP11 9EH 07789 458546; ob@oliviabelldesign.co.uk oliviabelldesign.co.uk

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I n te r i or D e si gn • A r t Con sul ta n c y PARRISH ADAMS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design Claire Parrish and Marcela Moreira run a London-based atelier delivering turnkey renovations for refined homes through careful planning, installation and decoration. 07970 250941 / 07813 152696 claire@parrishadams.com parrishadams.com PRINGLE & PRINGLE INTERIORS Artwork, Interior Design Pringle & Pringle is a multidisciplinary studio offering interior design and art consultancy to create eclectic, timeless and personal environments. 07703 430881 sophie@pringleandpringle.co.uk pringleandpringle.co.uk RD DESIGN Interior Design Rachel Davies guides clients through the minefield of choices available to them when redesigning or refurbishing a property, preventing costly mistakes being made. 01789 400656; info@rddesign.co.uk rddesign.co.uk

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REBECCA HARTLEY INTERIORS Interior Design Rebecca Hartley creates inspired interiors, bringing experience and exacting standards to each project. 109 THE LIGHTBULB, 1 FILAMENT WALK, LONDON SW18 4GQ 07557 039077; rebecca@rebeccahartleyinteriors.co.uk rebeccahartleyinteriors.com REBECCA HUGHES INTERIORS Interior Design Rebecca Hughes helps clients to discover what ‘home’ means to them, and therefore the environments that will reflect their personality and taste. 2 LANCEFIELD STUDIOS, 1A BEETHOVEN STREET, LONDON W10 4LG 020 8964 3457; rebecca@rebeccahughesinteriors.com rebecca@rebeccahughesinteriors.com RFR PROPERTY Interior Design RFR offers a complete end-to-end refurbishment solution, designing and managing projects of varying scales and levels of complexity. 15 FLOOD STREET, LONDON SW3 5ST 020 3871 5800; team@rfrproperty.com rfrproperty.com

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INTERIOR S SARA SLADE INTERIORS Interior Design With 18 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience of high-end residential and commercial projects, Sara Slade offers everything from simple colour schemes to full design packages. 01223 244019; info@saraslade.co.uk saraslade.co.uk SARAH JANE NIELSEN Interior Design Sarah Jane Nielsen creates bespoke spaces, blending classical with contemporary to deliver sophisticated yet practical designs with the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;wowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; factor. THE MILL HOUSE, STAVELEY MILL YARD, BACK LANE, CUMBRIA LA8 9LR 01539 822433; info@sarahjanenielsen.co.uk sarahjanenielsen.co.uk SGS DESIGN Interior Design Sophie Stevens, supported by a dedicated and skilled design team, undertakes extensively high-end residential project work in London and the south east. ABOVE THE VELO HOUSE, 5 ST JOHNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ROAD, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT TN4 9TN 01892 554509; studio@sgsdesign.co.uk sgsdesign.co.uk SOPHIE PECKETT DESIGN Interior Design Sophie Peckett Design delivers bespoke and unique designs to an exceptional standard, sourcing finishes and fabrics from across Europe to remain current. PARSONS GREEN HOUSE, 27 PARSONS GREEN LANE, LONDON SW6 4HH 020 3793 2148; sophie@sophiepeckettdesign.com sophiepeckettdesign.com SPHERE8 Bathrooms, Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork, Flooring Sphere8 is an expert flooring contractor, specialising in poured resin floors and hand-applied rock resin wall finishes that transform interior spaces. 020 8969 0183; info@sphere8.com sphere8.com

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STEPHEN RYAN DESIGN & DECORATION Interior Design Stephen Ryan specialises in fine interior architecture and design, offering both contemporary and traditional genres for luxury residential and corporate projects. 7 CLARENDON CROSS, LONDON W11 4AP 020 7243 0864; info@stephenryandesign.com stephenryandesign.com STUDIO SIDIKA Architects, Interior Design Covering both residential and commercial projects, Studio Sidika combines skills in interior architecture, interior design and creative direction, plus project and financial management. 69 ST MARK’S ROAD, LONDON W10 6JG 07940 564312; sidika@studiosidika.com studiosidika.com SUE SCAMMELL INTERIORS Textiles, Interior Design, Furniture Restoration, Upholsterers Sue Scammell works with high-profile clients on interiors and soft furnishings within historic and modern homes. SMALLRIDGE FARM, WITHLEIGH, TIVERTON, DEVON EX16 8JR 01884 235885; info@suescammellinteriors.co.uk suescammellinteriors.co.uk SUTTON HOUSE INTERIORS Antiques, Interior Design Charlotte Hughes established Sutton House Interiors in 2014. Projects have ranged from country houses in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire to London properties. THE STUDIO, FRITH HOUSE, FAR OAKRIDGE, STROUD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL6 7PG 07919 918759; charlotte@suttonhouseinteriors.com suttonhouseinteriors.com TANYA LEECH Textiles, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design With projects ranging from a contemporary coastal home to a Georgian country rectory, Tanya Leech works closely with clients to interpret their style. BLACK PEARL STUDIO, TREVELLAN ROAD, MYLOR BRIDGE, FALMOUTH, CORNWALL TR11 5NE 01326 373416; info@tanyaleech.co.uk tanyaleech.co.uk TAYLORS ETC DESIGN Bathrooms, Interior Design The Taylors Etc team of interior designers specialises in beautiful, functional interiors, spatial planning, bathroom design, soft furnishings, furniture and lighting. THE DESIGN QUARTER, 143 COLCHESTER AVENUE, CARDIFF CF23 9AN 02920 358400; info@taylorsetc.co.uk taylorsetc.co.uk

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INTERIOR S TH2DESIGNS Interior Design, Upholsterers Founded by Gail Taylor, Karen Howes and Sheila El Hadery, Th2designs deliver super-stylish yet comfortable interiors in a tight time frame. 214 DESIGN CENTRE EAST, LONDON SW10 0XF 020 7349 9494; enquiries@th2designs.co.uk th2designs.co.uk THOMPSON CLARKE INTERIORS Interior Design Thompson Clarke offers a comprehensive design service for residential and commercial interiors, creating stylish, practical and timeless interiors. PORTVIEW TRADE CENTRE, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD, BELFAST BT4 1HE 02890 450060; info@thompsonclarke.com thompsonclarke.com TIMOTHY MATHER DESIGN Interior Design Timothy Mather Design was established in Toronto in 2000 to offer high-end residential interiors that seamlessly integrate architecture and interior design. 07561 822903 / 07525 467699 tim@tmdesignltd.com tmdesignltd.com TRINITY INTERIOR DESIGN Antiques, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design Laragh Bohn and Mary Walsh combine comfort with design to create beautiful yet practical homes. DRCA BUSINESS CENTRE, CHARLOTTE DESPARD AVENUE, LONDON SW11 5HD 07890 309686; info@trinityinteriordesign.com trinityinteriordesign.com VSP INTERIORS Interior Design Whether creating relaxed country houses or luxurious spaces for town, VSP Interiors combines passion for design with colour, texture, antiques and specialist finishes. SHERIDAN HOUSE, FRAMPTON, DORCHESTER, DORSET DT2 9NH 07787 574192; studio@vspinteriors.com vspinteriors.com WALDO WORKS STUDIO Architects, Interior Design Founded by Tom Bartlett over 10 years ago, Waldo Works covers a wide variety of projects, including interiors, architecture, custom products and furniture. 21â&#x20AC;&#x201C;22 GREAT SUTTON STREET, LONDON EC1V 0DY 020 7251 9170; mail@waldoworks.co.uk waldoworks.com

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WILDING & WOLFE Interior Design Wilding & Wolfe is a high-end design practice offering the full scope of interior-design services specialising in residential period refurbishments. 2 WARWICK AVENUE, MANCHESTER M20 2LL 020 3405 4090; studio@wildingandwolfe.com wildingandwolfe.com

WOOLF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Architects, Interior Design Woolf has an impressive portfolio of high-end projects evolving from their broad, dynamic approach to design. LADBROKE HALL, 79 BARLBY ROAD, NORTH KENSINGTON, LONDON W10 6AZ 020 8960 6858; studio@woolfinterior.com woolfinterior.com ZULUFISH Architects, Builders, Interior Design Zulufish offers a full design, build, interior design, bespoke joinery and project-management service. 26 ARLINGTON GARDENS, LONDON W4 4EY 020 8747 3743; enquiries@zulufish.co.uk zulufish.co.uk

OUTDOOR S AMY HANNIGAN GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Amy Hannigan creates unusual and useable gardens that answer the brief and also consider the existing landscape. CEDAR GABLES, COLLARDS LANE, SUSSEX GU27 2HU 07748 948054; amy@ahgardendesign.com ahgardendesign.com BALSTON AGIUS Garden & Landscape Design Balston Agius creates exciting, innovative environments turning each well-planned concept into a finely constructed and planted reality. LONG BARN, MANOR FARM LANE, PATNEY, DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE SN10 3RB 01380 848181; mla@balstonagius.co.uk balstonagius.co.uk CLAIRE MEE GARDEN DESIGN & BUILD Garden & Landscape Design Claire Mee leads a London-based garden design and build company that prides itself on the relationships it develops and maintains with clients. 132 HARBORD STREET, LONDON SW6 6PH 020 7385 8614; garden.design@clairemee.co.uk clairemee.co.uk

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OUTDOOR S DAVID SIMPSON GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design David Simpson combines skill and experience with clients’ requirements to create gardens that are individual, and above all hugely enjoyable. VERANO LODGE, 11A THE AVENUE, WORCESTER PARK, SURREY KT4 7EW 07957 792052; hello@davidsimpsongardendesign.co.uk davidsimpsongardendesign.co.uk ELKS-SMITH LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Elks-Smith creates innovative, timeless schemes that connect with the surrounding landscape. CASTLE MALWOOD, MINSTEAD, SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE SO43 7PE 02381 782660; enquiries@elks-smith.co.uk elks-smith.co.uk GARDENMAKERS Garden & Landscape Design Louise Cummins and Caroline De Lane Lea specialise in planting design, transforming outdoor spaces and creating stylish gardens in town and country locations. 24 SUTHERLAND STREET, LONDON SW1V 4LA 07759 916458 / 07976 621156 info@garden-makers.co.uk garden-makers.co.uk

IQ OUTDOOR LIVING Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms IQ Outdoor Living specialises in outdoor living spaces with high-end furniture and patio roofing solutions, including automated louvre roofs and awnings. SKY HOUSE, RAANS ROAD, AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE HP6 6JQ 01494 722880; hello@iqoutdoorliving.com iqoutdoorliving.co.uk JAMES ALDRIDGE LANDSCAPE & GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design James Aldridge creates beautiful environments that enhance the quality of people’s lives with architectural layouts, precise detailing and bold planting. 5 CHOUMERT MEWS, CHOUMERT ROAD, LONDON SE15 4BD 020 7252 8232; studio@jamesaldridgedesign.com jamesaldridgedesign.com MAILI FELTON GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Maili Felton creates gardens that reflect the nature of the surrounding landscape, the architecture of the property and the style of the client. 07836 626053; maili.felton@btinternet.com mailifeltongardendesign.co.uk

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MALBROOK CONSERVATORIES Extensions, Conservatories & Garden Rooms Malbrook has a reputation for top-quality conservatories and orangeries, delivered from inception through to completion by a team of highly skilled professionals. 2 CRESCENT STABLES, LONDON SW15 2TN 020 8780 5522; info@malbrook.co.uk malbrook.co.uk MARK PAYNE LANDSCAPE DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Mark and his team create gardens that reveal a passion for blending traditional materials and techniques with contemporary architectural form and innovative planting. THE SHED, 28A TORTON HILL ROAD, ARUNDEL, WEST SUSSEX BN18 9HL 07527 781548; trinity@markpaynelandscapedesign.co.uk markpaynelandscapedesign.co.uk MAZZULLO + RUSSELL LANDSCAPE DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Emma Mazzullo and Libby Russell run a small, exciting landscape-design practice, offering the highest professional standards and a competitive, flexible service. 1–5 DELLS MEWS, CHURTON PLACE, LONDON SW1V 2LW 020 7931 9996 libby@mazzullorusselllandscapedesign.com mazzullorusselllandscapedesign.com MIKE HARVEY GARDENS Garden & Landscape Design Mike Harvey Gardens designs award-winning outdoor spaces by mixing structure with striking planting to create unique gardens. 28 HAMSEY ROAD, SALTDEAN, EAST SUSSEX BN2 8DE 07801 827171; mikeharveygardens@gmail.com mikeharveygardens.co.uk PHILIP NIXON DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Philip Nixon Design has a multidisciplinary approach combining garden, landscape, architecture and furniture design, creating unified spaces that are aesthetically and functionally right. 01451 828282; philip@philipnixondesign.com philipnixondesign.com REBECCA SMITH GARDEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design Rebecca Smith combines traditional materials and planting with a modern edge to create individual gardens specific to clients’ needs. WYCK FARMHOUSE, WYCK LANE, ALTON, HAMPSHIRE GU34 3AL 07985 290630; rebecca@rsgardendesign.co.uk rsgardendesign.co.uk

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OUTDOOR S SKY HOUSE DESIGN CENTRE Bathrooms, Home Technology, Kitchens, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Garden & Landscape Design Sky House Design Centre is a one-stop design showroom, home to the UK’s leaders in home design. SKY HOUSE DESIGN CENTRE, RAANS ROAD, AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, HP6 6JQ 01494 722880; info@skyhousedesigncentre.com skyhousedesigncentre.com STAN FAIRBROTHER GARDEN STRUCTURES Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Extensions Stan Fairbrother can design and create any size, shape and style of garden building required, with high standards of craftsmanship and customer service. 01772 814274; leanne@stanfairbrother.co.uk stanfairbrother.co.uk

FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S ATELIER INTERIORS Furniture, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Upholsterers Atelier Interiors manufactures handmade, bespoke curtains, blinds, bedding and everything in between. 201–205 KINGSTON ROAD, LEATHERHEAD, SURREY KT22 7PB 01372 376738; studio@atelierinteriors.co.uk atelierinteriors.co.uk CHARLES EDWARDS Antiques, Furniture, Lighting, Mirrors, Metalwork Charles Edwards creates lighting designs that evoke the best of the English country house look, bearing the hallmarks of authenticity and craftsmanship. 582 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2DY 020 7736 8490; enquiries@charlesedwards.com charlesedwards.com CONQUEST FINE BESPOKE FURNITURE Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Kitchens Conquest has been designing and hand-crafting fine fitted furniture for over 50 years, from bespoke fitted kitchens to media rooms and studies. 5 FITZHERBERT ROAD, FARLINGTON, HAMPSHIRE PO6 1RU 0800 975 1199; mail@conquest-uk.com conquest-uk.com FIONA MCDONALD Antiques, Furniture, Lighting Fiona McDonald specialises in sourcing elegant midcentury design, and offers a custom-made range of stylish pieces for both modern and traditional interiors. 323 FULHAM PALACE ROAD, LONDON SW6 6TJ 020 7731 3234; info@fionamcdonald.com fionamcdonald.com

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GAZE BURVILL Furniture Gaze Burvill ensures that its outdoor furniture not only performs well, with a particular attention to comfort, but also looks and feels good. LODGE FARM, EAST TISTED, HAMPSHIRE GU34 3QH 01420 588444; info@gazeburvill.com gazeburvill.com JAMB Antiques, Fireplaces, Furniture, Lighting Jamb has built a reputation with the world’s leading designers for dealing in fine antique and reproduction fireplaces, grates, and reproduction antique lighting. 95–97 PIMLICO ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8PH 020 7730 2122; henry@jamb.co.uk jamb.co.uk JENNIFER MANNERS BESPOKE RUG DESIGN Rugs Inspired by her travels as a reporter, Jennifer Manners’ designs combine images and objects collected from Mumbai to Monaco and everywhere in between. 52 PEMBROKE ROAD, LONDON W8 6NX 020 3648 6865; info@jennifermanners.co.uk jennifermanners.co.uk KINGS OF CHELSEA Furniture, Lighting, Interior Design Kings of Chelsea is the exclusive UK dealer for Roberto Cavalli Home Interior furniture, and stocks Roberto Cavalli tableware, linens, wallpapers and tiles. 387 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW10 OLR 020 7751 4586; info@kofc.co.uk kofc.co.uk KNOTS RUGS Rugs Knots Rugs specialises in exquisite, contemporary rugs, produced in Nepal and Jaipur using traditional knotting techniques, and offers a fully bespoke service. 595 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2EL 020 7471 4707; bonnie@knotsrugs.co.uk knotsrugs.co.uk LUKE IRWIN Rugs Luke Irwin offers customers complete control over their own rug, including size, colour, weave, textile and design, ensuring a bespoke and personal service. 20–22 PIMLICO ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8LJ 020 7730 6070; shop@lukeirwin.com lukeirwin.com

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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S MCCARRON & CO Bathrooms, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Kitchens McCarron & Co has made bespoke furniture conceived with imagination, designed with passion and built with dedication, both traditional and contemporary. 84 FULHAM ROAD, LONDON SW3 6HR 020 7584 5736; enq@mccarronandco.com mccarronandco.com NICHOLAS WELLS ANTIQUES Antiques, Furniture, Lighting Nicholas Wells is an online antique-furniture dealer in London and New York, offering fine English, French, Dutch, Italian and Chinese antiques. 020 7692 0897; nick@nicholaswells.com nicholaswells.com OVERMANTELS Antiques, Furniture, Mirrors Overmantels has been designing and hand-crafting exquisite mirrors and television mirrors with its specialist team of craftsmen for over 35 years. 66 BATTERSEA BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON SW11 3AG 020 7223 8151; info@overmantels.co.uk overmantels.co.uk RIVIERE RUGS Rugs Riviere designs and weaves custom-made rugs entirely handmade in Nepal using best-grade Tibetan wool and pure Chinese silk. 46 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0QF 020 3601 4600; london@riviererugs.com riviererugs.com ROBIN SPRONG WALLPAPER Artwork, Interior Design, Textiles Robin Sprong was established in South Africa and has grown to supply bespoke wallpaper and surface design internationally. LORDSWOOD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, REVENGE ROAD, CHATHAM, KENT ME5 8UD 07841 021720; mandy@robinsprong.com robinsprong.com

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SEBASTIAN BLAKELEY Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Flooring, Furniture Sebastian Blakeley creates one-off commissioned pieces, and has a range of luxury furniture that can be tailored to clients’ needs and tastes. 07473 118407; contact@sebastianblakeley.com sebastianblakeley.com

Furniture makers - Redefining bespoke Handmade in England Chelsea 84 Fulham Road SW3 6HR T: 020 7584 5736 Notting Hill 102 Westbourne Grove W2 5RU T: 020 7243 2315 Wiltshire Clackersbrook Farm Bromham SN15 2JJ T: 01380 859299 E-mail: enq@mccarronandco.com FIND OUT MORE AT HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.UK/THE-LIST

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SONYA WINNER RUG STUDIO Rugs Sonya Winner creates contemporary designer rugs that are graphic, vibrant and highly original, transforming interiors through colours, shapes and sculptural quality. 14 YORK RISE, LONDON NW5 1ST 020 3283 8776; info@sonyawinner.com sonyawinner.com STUDIO PEASCOD Artwork, Furniture Studio Peascod is internationally recognised for pioneering sumptuous designs produced exclusively by hand, reimagining traditional verre églomisé. 79C NORTHWICK BUSINESS CENTRE, BLOCKLEY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL56 9RF 020 3608 9844; info@studiopeascod.com studiopeascod.com THE VINTAGE ENTERTAINER Antiques The Vintage Entertainer offers a curated collection of antique and vintage, decorative pieces for the home. 01453 836773 / 07770 915851 tania@thevintageentertainer.com thevintageentertainer.com VENOOR LIVING Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Furniture, Interior Design, Rugs, Textiles, Upholsterers Vênoor Living is a home living business that specialises in exquisitely designed, handcrafted furniture with sustainable origins, at affordable prices. 3.18 Q WEST, 1110 GREAT WEST ROAD, LONDON TW8 0GP 020 3826 8859; info@venoor.com venoor.com VERO FABRICS Textiles Vero Fabrics produces luxurious seamless borders and leading-edge fabrics woven in England, also offering an in-house design and bespoke colouring service. 07990 971731; amanda@verofabrics.com verofabrics.com WEST LONDON CARPENTRY & DECORATION Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture West London Carpentry & Decoration specialises in bespoke fitted furniture for clients in and around London, from initial quotation through to installation and decoration. 07795 411400; tim@westlondoncarpentry.com westlondoncarpentry.com

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ARCHITECTURE ADAM ARCHITECTURE Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Extensions OLD HYDE HOUSE, 75 HYDE STREET, WINCHESTER SO23 7DW 01962 843843 contact@adamarchitecture.com adamarchitecture.com ALAN HIGGS ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 77 ASHMILL STREET, LONDON NW1 6RA 020 7723 0075; mail@alanhiggsarchitects.com alanhiggsarchitects.com ALEX TART ARCHITECTS Architects, Extensions THE OLD BOATHOUSE, PUTNEY, LONDON SW15 1LB 020 3937 8989; office@alextartarchitects.com alextartarchitects.com

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AMOS GOLDREICH ARCHITECTURE Architects STUDIO 32, BICKERTON HOUSE, 25 BICKERTON ROAD, LONDON N19 5JT 020 7272 6592 / 07949 276999 amos@agarchitecture.net agarchitecture.net AV ARCHITECTS Architects 51 ST MARY’S ROAD, TONBRIDGE, KENT TN9 2LE 01732 366223; neil@architectsav.co.uk architectsav.co.uk AZMAN ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 18 CHARLOTTE ROAD, LONDON EC2A 3PB 020 7739 8191; office@azmanarchitects.com azmanarchitects.com BERTOLINI ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 1–5 DELLS MEWS, CHURTON PLACE, LONDON SW1V 2LW 020 7233 9233; info@bertoliniarchitects.com bertoliniarchitects.com BRIAN O’TUAMA ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 14 SOUTHGATE ROAD, LONDON N1 3LY 020 7923 4857; brian@brianotuama.com brianotuama.com CHESHIRE OAK STRUCTURES Architects, Builders, Cabinet Makers & Joiners CHURCH ROAD, TILSTON, MALPAS, CHESHIRE SY14 7HB 01829 250919; info@cheshireoakstructures.co.uk cheshireoakstructures.co.uk COLLECTIVE WORKS Architects, Interior Design 8 MACKINTOSH ROAD, LONDON E9 6AB 020 3770 3174; info@collectiveworks.net collectiveworks.net

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DE MATOS RYAN Architects 99–100 TURNMILL STREET, LONDON EC1M 5QP 020 7336 0100; mail@dematosryan.co.uk dematosryan.co.uk DES EWING RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTS Architects, Extensions 100 NEW BOND STREET, LONDON W1S 1SP 028 9022 0500; home@desewing.com desewing.com EDGLEY DESIGN Architects 2A GODSON STREET, LONDON N1 9GZ 020 7033 9522; info@edgleydesign.co.uk edgleydesign.co.uk EMERALD ARCHITECTS Architects FLASS GARDENS, ESH WINNING, DURHAM DH7 9QD 07841 650233; siobhan@emerald-architects.com emerald-architects.com EXTENSION ARCHITECTURE Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Interior Design 3 RIVER REACH, GARTONS WAY, LONDON SW11 3SX 020 3409 4215; info@extensionarchitecture.co.uk extensionarchitecture.co.uk GREATSPACE ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design PETEREL FIELD BUSINESS VILLAGE, DIPTON MILL ROAD, HEXHAM, NORTHUMBERLAND NE46 2JT 01434 394220; ben@greatspacearchitects.com greatspacearchitects.com HACKETT HOLLAND Architects, Extensions 3 FOLLY MEWS, 223A PORTOBELLO ROAD, LONDON W11 1LU 020 7467 0450; info@hackettholland.co.uk hackettholland.co.uk HAINES PHILLIPS ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 12 ARGYLE WALK, LONDON WC1H 8HA 020 7833 9324; office@hainesphillips.co.uk hainesphillips.co.uk HOLLAND GREEN Architects THE VICTORIAN BOATHOUSE, CONSTABLES BOATYARD, 5–9 THAMES STREET, HAMPTON TW12 2EW 020 8099 6112; info@hollandgreen.co.uk hollandgreen.co.uk MILTON ARCHITECTS Architects 27A OLD STABLES COURT, THE PARADE, MARLBOROUGH, WILTSHIRE SN8 1NE 01672 514354; mike@miltonarchitects.co.uk miltonarchitects.co.uk

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ARCHITECTURE NASH BAKER ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 167–169 KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, LONDON W8 6SH 020 7229 1558; enquiries@nashbaker.co.uk nashbaker.co.uk NFA ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 01227 668125; info@nickfarnell.co.uk nfa.co.uk ONYX RESIDENTIAL Architects, Interior Design 132–134 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RJ 020 7349 7065; info@onyxresidential.com onyxresidential.com PAPER HOUSE PROJECT Architects 8 LEE STREET, LONDON E8 4DY 020 7923 1595; james@paperhouseproject.co.uk paperhouseproject.co.uk PRESTIGE ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 2 MAGISTRATE HOUSE, MARKET PLACE, MIDDLESEX TW8 8FJ 07786 930494; marco@prestige.eu.com prestige.eu.com PRIME OAK Architects, Conservatories & Garden Rooms, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Extensions WHITEHOUSE FARM, WHITEHOUSE LANE, DUDLEY, STAFFORDSHIRE DY3 4PE 01384 296611; info@primeoak.co.uk primeoak.co.uk

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READING + WEST ARCHITECTS Architects 188 SUTTON COURT ROAD, CHISWICK, LONDON W4 3HR 07808 955671; gary@readingandwest.co.uk readingandwestarchitects.co.uk RUSSELL TAYLOR ARCHITECTS Architects 85 BLACKFRIARS ROAD, LONDON SE1 8HA 020 7261 1984; mail@rtarchitects.co.uk rtarchitects.co.uk RUSSIAN FOR FISH Architects, Interior Design 5 DURHAM YARD, TEESDALE STREET, LONDON E2 6QF 020 7739 4442; pereen@russianforfish.com russianforfish.com THOMAS CROFT ARCHITECTS Architects, Interior Design 9 IVEBURY COURT, 325 LATIMER ROAD, LONDON W10 6RA 020 8962 0066; tc@thomascroft.com thomascroft.com

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UCHI ARCHITECTURE Architects, Interior Design THE STUDIO, 20 MOORLAND ROAD, HARPENDEN, HERTFORDSHIRE AL5 4LA 07734 334924; paul@uchiarchitecture.com uchiarchitecture.com VORBILD ARCHITECTURE Architects, Interior Design 33 PARKWAY, LONDON NW1 7PN 07897 521021; michael@vorbild.co.uk vorbild.co.uk WITCHER CRAWFORD Architects, Interior Design 32 ST THOMAS STREET, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE SO23 9HJ 01962 813344; info@witchercrawford.com witchercrawford.co.uk WOODFORD ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS Architects, Interior Design 15 NORTH STREET, ASHBURTON, DEVON TQ13 7QH 01364 654888; info@woodfordarchitecture.com woodfordarchitecture.com

INTERIOR S AALTONEN INTERIORS Children's rooms, Interior Design 07720 644345; kati@aaltoneninteriors.com aaltoneninteriors.com AB DESIGN AND INTERIORS Interior Design 07974 974850; anna@abdesignandinteriors.co.uk abdesignandinteriors.co.uk ABBIE DE BUNSEN DESIGN Interior Design 07920 001068; info@abbiedebunsen.com abbiedebunsen.com ADAM BRAY Interior Design 07866 623792; adam@adambray.info adambray.info ALEXANDER WATERWORTH INTERIORS Antiques, Interior Design THIRD FLOOR, 96 LEONARD STREET, LONDON EC2A 4RH 020 7729 7777; alexander@awilondon.com alexanderwaterworthinteriors.com ALICE LEIGH DESIGN Interior Design 12 PARKVILLE ROAD, LONDON SW6 7BX 07801 823953; alice@aliceleigh.co.uk aliceleigh.co.uk

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INTERIOR S ALIDAD Architects, Interior Design 314–316 HARBOUR YARD, CHELSEA HARBOUR, LONDON SW10 0XD 020 7384 0121; enquiries@alidad.com alidad.com ALISTAIR ERSKINE DECORATIVE ART Artwork, Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork 07801 395309; ae@alistairerskine.com alistairerskine.com AMANDA’S DESIGNS Interior Design 07515 711981; osbridley@aol.com AMBIANCE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 31A ST SWITHIN STREET, ABERDEEN AB10 6XB 01224 310211; interiordesign@ambiance.co.uk ambiance.co.uk AMELIA CARTER INTERIORS Interior Design UNIT 3, 27 ACKMAR ROAD, LONDON SW6 4UR 020 7371 9179; amelia@ameliacarter.com ameliacarter.com ANNA AUZINS INTERIORS Interior Design 10 SALISBURY GARDENS, LONDON SW19 4HA 07785 792247; anna@annaauzins.co.uk annaauzins.co.uk ANNA STANDISH INTERIORS Interior Design 07971 512132; interiors@annastandish.com annastandish.com ANOUSKA TAMONY DESIGNS Interior Design 13 TINTAGEL CRESCENT, LONDON SE22 8HT 07885 300913; studio@anouskatamony.com anouskatamony.com ANYA FENNET DESIGN Interior Design 07863 879863; design@anyafennet.com anyafennet.com APRIL RUSSELL Interior Design THE STUDIO, 89 LARKHALL RISE, LONDON SW4 6HR 020 7720 0046; april@aprilrussell.com aprilrussell.com

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ARO STUDIO Interior Design 70 GREENEND ROAD, LONDON W4 1AJ 07774 454538; info@aro-studio.com aro-studio.com ART DE VIVRE STUDIO Interior Design 07779 283844; laura@artdevivrestudio.com artdevivrestudio.com ASHTON HOUSE DESIGN Interior Design 31A EAST STREET, ASHBURTON, DEVON TQ13 7AQ 01364 653563; mail@ashtonhousedesign.co.uk ashtonhousedesign.co.uk ATDESIGNS Interior Design 72 VALIANT HOUSE, VICARAGE CRESCENT, LONDON SW11 3LX 07949 092979; info@robinballance.co.uk robinballance.co.uk BALMAIN AND BALMAIN Furniture, Upholsterers CRUSES COTTAGE, WILTON, MARLBOROUGH, WILTSHIRE SN8 3SP 01672 870414; mail@balmain.co.uk balmainandbalmain.com BAXTER CREATIVE Interior Design 01373 764124; charles@baxtergroup.co.uk baxtergroup.co.uk BB DESIGN & DECORATION Interior Design 33 STOCKWELL GREEN, LONDON SW9 9HZ 07957 203615; benita@bbdesigninteriors.com bbdesigninteriors.com BEATA HEUMAN Interior Design LOWER GROUND FLOOR, 43 MALL ROAD, LONDON W6 9DG 020 8741 0102; info@beataheuman.com beataheuman.com BEATTY INTERIORS Artwork, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Furniture Restoration, Interior Design, Upholsterers TIVERTON, DEVON EX16 5NJ 07786 913342; info@beatty-interiors.com beatty-interiors.com BELTAINE DESIGNS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Upholsterers 07729 333975; sales@beltainedesigns.co.uk beltainedesigns.co.uk

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INTERIOR S BEN HEATH Kitchens, Interior Design RACEVIEW HOUSE, HAMBRIDGE ROAD, NEWBURY, BERKSHIRE RG14 5SA 01635 523123; ben@benheath.com benheath.com BEN PENTREATH Architects, Interior Design 3 LAMP OFFICE COURT, LONDON WC1N 3NF 020 7430 2424; enquiries@benpentreath.com benpentreath.com

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BENTHEIM LONDON Interior Design 2 CANALOT STUDIOS, 222 KENSAL ROAD, LONDON W10 5BN 0207 376 3427; david@bentheim.co.uk bentheim.co.uk BLACK AND MILK Interior Design 101â&#x20AC;&#x201C;103 HEATH STREET, LONDON NW3 6SS 020 3417 4884; mail@blackandmilk.co.uk blackandmilk.co.uk BOUCLE DESIGN Interior Design UNIT 3, DESIGN CENTRE STUDIOS, LONDON SW10 0BD 020 7351 1196 / 07748 808376; studio@boucle.design boucle.design BRACEY INTERIORS Extensions, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Furniture Restoration, Upholsterers 15 WATERLOO STREET, CLIFTON, BRISTOL BS8 4BT 0117 973 4664; mail@braceyinteriors.co.uk braceyinteriors.co.uk BRADLEY VILJOEN DESIGN Garden & Landscape Design, Interior Design THE STUDIO, 23 BUSHEY HILL ROAD, LONDON SE5 8QF 020 7252 6167; info@bradleyviljoendesign.com bradleyviljoendesign.com BRIDGET READING ID Interior Design HARBOROUGH FARM, CLINTON LANE, BOUGH BEECH, KENT TN8 7PP 07711 044061; bridget@bridgetreadingid.com bridgetreadingid.com BROSELEY Builders 96 KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, LONDON W8 4SG 020 7186 0060; john@broseley.com broseley.com

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BURCHDAUME Interior Design 68C KINGS AVENUE, LONDON SW4 8BH 020 8014 1445; info@burchdaume.com burchdaume.com

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CALLENDER HOWORTH Interior Design 55 BERMONDSEY STREET, LONDON SE1 3XN 020 7336 8560; kate@callenderhoworth.com callenderhoworth.com CAROLINE COBBOLD DESIGN Antiques, Interior Design carolinecobbold@mac.com carolinecobbolddesign.com CAROLINE FOOKS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design SULIVAN ENTERPRISE CENTRE, SULIVAN ROAD, LONDON SW6 3DJ 020 7736 3108; caroline@carolinefooksdesign.com carolinefooksdesign.com CAROLINE RIDDELL INTERIORS Interior Design 020 8743 4817; info@carolineriddellinteriors.co.uk carolineriddellinteriors.co.uk CARTER TYBERGHEIN Interior Design 1 MELBRAY MEWS, HURLINGHAM ROAD, LONDON SW6 3NS 020 7731 6557; patrick@cartertyberghein.com cartertyberghein.com CASA BOTELHO Interior Design 07956 170735; joao@casabotelho.com casabotelho.com CASA COLORI Interior Design 327 DUMBARTON ROAD, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND G11 6AL 07717 028777; silvia@casacolori-design.com casacolori-design.com CASEY & FOX Interior Design 020 8656 5683; siobhan@caseyandfox.com caseyandfox.com CASSIDY HUGHES DESIGN Interior Design 43 MARNE STREET, LONDON W10 4JE 07879 237766; cassidy@cassidyhughes.com cassidyhughes.com CATHERINE HASTINGS INTERIORS Architects, Interior Design 07709 441995; interiors@catherinehastings.com catherinehastings.com

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INTERIOR S CHAMELEON DESIGNS Interior Design 2 THE DIAL, REEPHAM, NORFOLK, NR10 4LX 07956 020273; emile@chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk

Our passion for interiors….. Chameleon Designs is an established gem offering a combination of interior design and management of your project. We offer dynamic design and creative skills, using architectural and interior design to create individual interiors.

Doing something a little different can bring huge rewards Contact Emile or Simon for further information 07956 020273 emile@chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk www.chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk

CHAMELEON INTERIORS Interior Design 73 PONTCANNA STREET, CARDIFF, WALES CF11 9HS 02920 371277; yvonne@chameleoninteriors.com chameleoninteriors.co.uk CHARLES RUTHERFOORD Interior Design 51 THE CHASE, LONDON SW4 0NP 020 7627 0182; mail@charlesrutherfoord.net charlesrutherfoord.net CHARLOTTE CROSLAND INTERIORS Interior Design THE GARDEN STUDIO, 62 ST MARKS ROAD, LONDON W10 6NN 020 8960 9442; studio@charlottecrosland.com charlottecrosland.com CHAUNCEYS TIMBER FLOORING Flooring 9 VICTORIA ROAD, BRISTOL BS2 0UJ 0117 971 3131; sales@chauncey.co.uk chauncey.co.uk

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CHRISTINE A BUSHELL, FENG SHUI CONSULTANT Feng Shui christinebushell@synerchi9.com synerchi9.com CHRISTOPHER HODSOLL Antiques, Interior Design 30 ST LUKE’S ROAD, LONDON W11 1DJ 020 7243 2457; info@hodsoll.com hodsoll.com CLAIR STRONG INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 01225 426905 / 07855 797311; clair@clairstrong.co.uk clairstrong.co.uk CLAIRE HAMMOND INTERIORS Interior Design CARNEGIE BUILDING, 121 DONEGALL ROAD, BELFAST BT12 5JL 028 9023 2317; info@clairehammondinteriors.com clairehammondinteriors.com CLARE LOCKWOOD INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design CLEMENTS, THE GREEN, KINGHAM, OXFORDSHIRE OX7 6YD info@clarelockwood.com clarelockwood.com

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CLARE WILLIAMS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design WORLDS END STUDIOS, 132–134 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RJ 0844 879 3677; info@clarewilliams.co.uk clarewilliams.co.uk COLIN ORCHARD & CO Interior Design 020 7351 5501; info@colinorchard.com COMMUNITEC Home Technology, Lighting, Shutters & Blinds 79 YORK STREET, LONDON W1H 1QQ 020 3700 8585; info@communitec.co communitec.co COUNTRY KNOLE INTERIORS Interior Design HEATHERTON PARK STUDIOS, BRADFORD ON TONE, TAUNTON, SOMERSET TA4 1EU 01823 461189; enquiries@countryknoleinteriors.com countryknoleinteriors.co.uk CUBIKA DESIGN Interior Design 162 MILLIGAN STREET, LONDON E14 8AS 020 7001 0480; info@cubikadesign.com cubikadesign.com DE BEAUVOIR DESIGN Extensions, Architects, Interior Design 124 DE BEAUVOIR ROAD, LONDON N1 4DJ 07960 861079; info@debeauvoirdesign.co.uk debeauvoirdesign.co.uk DE HASSE Interior Design 1A NAPIER ROAD, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT TN2 5AU 07774 865391; giselle@dehasse.co.uk dehasse.co.uk DECODENCE Interior Design 07946 071283; elina.helenius@decodenceuk.co.uk decodenceuk.co.uk DESIGN BOX LONDON Interior Design 020 3747 1868; info@designboxlondon.com designboxlondon.com DESIGN PENGUIN Interior Design 2 HIGHER TAMAR TERRACE, GUNNISLAKE, CORNWALL PL18 9LP 07967 170728; nicola@design-penguin.co.uk design-penguin.co.uk

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INTERIOR S DEVAS DESIGNS Antiques, Artwork, Furniture, Interior Design 020 7584 9966; mail@devasdesigns.co.uk devasdesigns.co.uk DNK DESIGN Interior Design 18 BURRARD ROAD, LONDON NW6 1DB 020 7813 2945; info@dnkdesign.co.uk dnkdesign.co.uk DRUMMONDS BATHROOMS Bathrooms, Lighting 642 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2DU 020 7376 4499; info@drummonds-uk.com drummonds-uk.com EDWARD BULMER Interior Design 01544 388535; info@edwardbulmer.co.uk edwardbulmerpaint.co.uk EGON WALESCH INTERIORS Interior Design 195 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD, LONDON SE3 8UL 07739 009778; egon@egondesign.co.uk egondesign.co.uk ELAN KITCHENS Kitchens 55 NEW KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 4SE 020 7384 0511; info@elankitchens.co.uk elankitchens.co.uk ELENI CONCEPT Interior Design WEST COURT, BRAMSHOTT COURT, TUNBRIDGE LANE, BRAMSHOTT GU30 7RG 07500 906075; interiors@designersofknightsbridge.co.uk eleniconcept.co.uk ELYSTAN INTERIORS Interior Design 07590 068875; meg@elystan-interiors.com elystan-interiors.com EMMA CLANFIELD INTERIORS Interior Design THORNBOROUGH HOUSE, WILLOUGHBY WATERLEYS, LEICESTERSHIRE LE8 6BU 01162 478819; emma@emmaclanfield.com emmaclanfield.com ETONS OF BATH Interior Design 108 WALCOT STREET, BATH, SOMERSET BA1 5BG 01225 639002; sarah@etonsofbath.com etonsofbath.com

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EZRALOW DESIGN Interior Design 07734 956988; kamini@ezralowdesign.com ezralowdesign.com FAWN Interior Design 01962 435035; projects@fawninteriors.co fawninteriors.co FINISHING TOUCH INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 07766 133727; info@finishingtouchlondon.com finishingtouchlondon.com FIONA CAMPBELL DESIGN Children’s Rooms, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Furniture Restoration, Furniture, Interior Design, Rugs, Shutters & Blinds, Textiles, Upholsterers 259 NEW KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 4RB 020 7731 3681; info@fionacampbelldesign.co.uk fionacampbelldesign.co.uk FIONA CROLE DESIGNS Interior Design SLADE BOTTOM HOUSE, STOKE, NEAR ANDOVER, HAMPSHIRE SP11 0NU 07718 581808; designs@fionacrole.com fionacrole.com FIRFIELD DEVELOPMENTS Builders, Extensions, Loft Conversions 96 KENSINGTON HIGH STREET, LONDON W8 4SG 020 3588 0280; mark.rayner@firfield.co.uk firfield.co.uk FLORA SOAMES Interior Design 020 7823 4286; flora@florasoames.com florasoames.com

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FOUR SPACE DESIGNS Interior Design 10 KINGS AVENUE, BROADSTAIRS, KENT CT10 1DJ 01843 652031; contact@fourspacedesigns.com fourspacedesigns.com FRANCIE READMAN INTERIORS Interior Design NEW HALL, LANDERMERE, THORPE-LE-SOKEN, ESSEX CO16 0NH 01255 861507; francie@franciereadmaninteriors.com franciereadmaninteriors.com FRANCIS SULTANA Interior Design 2–4 KING STREET, LONDON SW1Y 6QP 020 7589 5946; info@francissultana.com francissultana.com

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INTERIOR S GAIL MARSDEN DESIGN Interior Design 6 MAPLE ROAD, BRAMHALL, CHESHIRE SK7 2DH 0161 439 2197; gail@gailmarsdendesign.co.uk gailmarsdendesign.co.uk GAIL RACE INTERIORS Interior Design WEST BROOMERS, BROOMERS HILL LANE, PULBOROUGH, WEST SUSSEX RH20 2HZ 07970 405042; gail@gailrace.com gailrace.com GILLIAN ROGERSON DESIGN Interior Design 180 PICCADILLY, LONDON W1J 9HF 020 7917 9594; gillian@gillianrogerson.co.uk gillianrogerson.co.uk GIULIA ADAMS INTERIORS Interior Design PICKWICK HOUSE, BRIMSCOMBE HILL, STROUD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL5 2QR 07941 928684; info@gainteriors.com gainteriors.com GUILD ANDERSON Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Interior Design, Kitchens 22 GROSVENOR DRIVE, TISBURY, WILTSHIRE SP3 6GS 01747 820449; design@guildanderson.co.uk guildandersonfurniture.co.uk GUILLAUME ALAN Architects, Interior Design 020 7408 0778; archi@guillaume-alan.com guillaume-alan.com

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HARVEY JONES KITCHENS Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 0800 389 6938; info@harveyjones.com harveyjones.com HAYNES INTERIORS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Furniture, Interior Design 705 WILLOUGHBY HOUSE, LONDON EC2Y 8BN 07984 884408; haynes.interiors@hotmail.co.uk haynesinteriors.co.uk HAZEL COLLINS DESIGN Interior Design 07930 337717; hazel@hazelcollins.com hazelcollins.com HELEN GREEN DESIGN Interior Design 29 MILNER STREET, LONDON SW3 2QD 020 7352 3344; mail@helengreendesign.com helengreendesign.com HEN & CRASK Interior Design 07968 697918; rachel@henandcrask.com henandcrask.com HENRI FITZWILLIAM-LAY Interior Design 07968 948053; henrifitzwilliamlay@gmail.com henrifitzwilliamlay.com HENRY PRIDEAUX INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design C19 THE OLD IMPERIAL LAUNDRY, 71–73 WARRINER GARDENS, LONDON SW11 4XW 07710 115094; henry@henryprideaux.com henryprideaux.com HENRY VAN DER VIJVER – HVART Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork, Interior Design 18 STRAND ON THE GREEN, CHISWICK, LONDON W4 3PN 020 8742 1249; hvart.henry@gmail.com hvart.co.uk HERRINGBONE KITCHENS Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Kitchens 23A PALACE STREET, CANTERBURY, KENT CT1 2DZ 01227 638066; info@herringbonekitchens.com herringbonekitchens.com HILARY J WHITE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design CORNER HOUSE, RALEIGH DRIVE, CLAYGATE, SURREY KT10 9DE 020 3239 2006; hilary@hjwhiteinteriordesign.com hjwhiteinteriordesign.com

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INTERIOR S HM LONDON Architects, Interior Design CHELSEA OLD TOWN HALL, LONDON SW3 5EZ 020 7117 2485; info@hmlondon.co.uk hmlondon.co.uk HUBERT ZANDBERG INTERIORS Interior Design GRAND UNION STUDIOS, 332 LADBROKE GROVE, LONDON W10 5AD 020 8962 2776; mail@hzinteriors.com hzinteriors.com HUGH LESLIE DESIGN Architects, Furniture, Interior Design 29 THURLOE STREET, LONDON SW7 2LQ 020 7584 7185; info@hughleslie.com hughleslie.com HUGHIE TURNER Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork 18 HIGHLEVER ROAD, LONDON W10 6PS 07930 832188; hughie@hughieturner.com hughieturner.com ICON INTERIORS Interior Design 2 GREYHOUND LANE, OVERTON, HAMPSHIRE RG25 3LE 0845 519 3441; info@icon-interiors.co.uk icon-interiors.co.uk IG DESIGN & INTERIORS Interior Design 16 HUNTINGTON CLOSE, BEXLEY DA5 2FD 020 3903 4935 / 07815 140959 annika@loveiginteriors.com loveiginteriors.com IMPERFECT INTERIORS Interior Design, Reclamation & Salvage 36 SHAWBURY ROAD, LONDON SE22 9DH beth@imperfectinteriors.co.uk imperfectinteriors.co.uk IN CASA INTERIORS Interior Design 07770 315955; anna@incasainteriors.co.uk incasainteriors.co.uk

JJ Mc CARTHY INTERIOR DESIGN & PROJECT MANAGEMENT Based in London, work undertaken worldwide 020 8769 9122 info@jjmccarthy.co.uk

INTERIOR DESIRES Antiques, Interior Design 67 CRAVEN GARDENS, LONDON SW19 8LU 020 8543 4622; info@interiordesiresuk.com interiordesiresuk.com INTERIOR MATTERS Interior Design WEDGWOOD COTTAGE, CHURCH HILL, TARRANT HINTON, DORSET DT11 8JB 01258 830132; sue@interiormatters.co.uk interiormatters.co.uk

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INTERIORS ETC DESIGNS Interior Design 02920 448080; enquiries@interiors-etc.co.uk interiors-etc.co.uk JANE CHURCHILL INTERIORS Interior Design, Upholsterers 81 PIMLICO ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8PH 020 7730 8564; info@janechurchillinteriors.co.uk janechurchillinteriors.co.uk JANE MCINTYRE DESIGN Interior Design 11 SOUTHGATE STREET, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE SO23 9DZ 01962 853882; jane@janemcintyredesign.com janemcintyredesign.com JANINE STONE Interior Design 71 WARRINER GARDENS, LONDON SW11 4XW 020 7627 5300; enquiries@janinestone.com janinestone.com JESS LAVERS DESIGN Interior Design 13 RADNOR WALK, LONDON SW3 4BP 07765 251969; jess@jesslaversdesign.com jesslaversdesign.com JESSICA BUCKLEY INTERIORS Interior Design 0131 556 8918; enquiries@jessicabuckley.co.uk jessicabuckley.co.uk

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JJ MCCARTHY INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design THE STUDIO, 76 PENDLE ROAD, LONDON SW16 6RU 07971 443325; info@jjmccarthy.co.uk jjmccarthy.co.uk JOANNA PLANT INTERIORS Interior Design 32B HEATHFIELD ROAD, LONDON W3 8EJ 020 8993 4695; joanna@joannaplantinteriors.com joannaplantinteriors.com JOHN CULLEN LIGHTING Lighting, Interior Design 561–563 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2EB 020 7371 9000; design@johncullenlighting.com johncullenlighting.com JOHNSTON PARKE INTERIORS Interior Design 3 NEWTOWN HOUSE, NEWTOWN, NEWBURY, HAMPSHIRE RG20 9AP 07801 521000; fiona@johnstonparkeinteriors.com johnstonparkeinteriors.com

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INTERIOR S JOY ARCHER INTERIORS Antiques, Interior Design 16 THE AVENUE, TADWORTH, SURREY KT20 5AP 07775 873867; info@joyarcherinteriors.com joyarcherinteriors.com JOY FLANAGAN DESIGN Interior Design 07961 587331; joy@joyflanagandesign.co.uk joyflanagandesign.co.uk JOYCE PORTER INTERIORS Interior Design 6 CLIFTON CLOSE, CLIFTON, BRISTOL BS8 3LR 0117 946 7644; joyce@joyceporter.co.uk joyceporter.co.uk JULIE MACLEAN INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 105 CAXTON END, BOURN, CAMBRIDGE CB23 2ST 01954 719656; contact@juliemaclean.com juliemaclean.com

HOUSE OF HACKNEY’S D E S I G N C O N S U LTAT I O N SERVICE Home is where the heart is, that’s why at House of Hackney we believe that any interior changes must be made with careful consideration. Our design consultation service offers a personalised approach to updating your home in a way that imaginatively integrates our inimitable aesthetic with your own preferences.

At the initial consultation, which can take place either at our London store or at your home, we will provide you with moodboards, wallpaper and fabric samples, helping you to envisage the finished aesthetic. We will also recommend the appropriate decorators and specialists for given projects.

Our bespoke service covers curtains and blinds, furniture and upholstery across all our collections.

JUNCKERS Flooring, Interior Design 1 WHEATON ROAD, WITHAM, ESSEX CM8 3UJ 01376 534700; smardle@junckers.co.uk junckers.co.uk JUST LIVING INTERIORS Interior Design 20 IRONGATE, THE CATHEDRAL QUARTER, DERBY DE1 3GP 07833 386069; hello@justlivinginteriors.co.uk justlivinginteriors.co.uk JVW Furniture, Architects, Interior Design 07976 376383; info@juliavonwerz.com juliavonwerz.com KATE ARBUTHNOTT INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 01749 850430 / 07976 242615 ka@katearbuthnottinteriors.co.uk katearbuthnottinteriors.co.uk KATE BEARD LIGHTING Lighting 020 8222 8638; kate@katebeardlighting.com katebeardlighting.com KATHARINE POOLEY Interior Design 160 WALTON STREET, LONDON SW3 2JL 020 7584 3223; enquiries@katharinepooley.com katharinepooley.com

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KATIE MALIK INTERIORS Interior Design 95 CATHERINE STREET, CAMBRIDGE CB1 3AP 07596 190914; katie@katiemalik.co.uk katiemalik.co.uk KEECH GREEN Interior Design DESIGN CENTRE CHELSEA HARBOUR, LONDON SW10 0XF 020 7351 5701; info@keechgreen.com keechgreen.com KELLING DESIGNS LONDON Interior Design 20A CHELSEA WHARF, 15 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0QJ 020 3866 4430; london@kellingdesigns.com kellingdesigns.com KELLY HOPPEN INTERIORS Interior Design UNIT 5, VENCOURT PLACE, LONDON W6 9NU 020 7471 3350; info@kellyhoppen.co.uk kellyhoppeninteriors.com KETTLE DESIGN Interior Design 7 THE MOUNT, HESWALL, WIRRAL CH60 4RE 0151 538 9983; info@kettledesign.co.uk kettledesign.co.uk KILLIAN-DAWSON Interior Design YEOMAN’S COTTAGE, 48 STONY BATTER, WEST TYTHERLEY, SALISBURY, WILTSHIRE SP5 1LD 01794 341879; killiandawson@gmail.com killiandawson.com KIM SISSON Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork, Furniture Restoration 07990 575429; hello@kimsissoninc.co.uk kimsissoninc.co.uk KITCHEN ARCHITECTURE Extensions, Furniture, Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 143–149 LOWER RICHMOND ROAD, LONDON SW15 1EZ 020 8785 1960; info@kitchenarchitecture.co.uk kitchenarchitecture.co.uk KITCHEN COORDINATION Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Interior Design 81 PENSHURST GARDENS, EDGWARE, MIDDLESEX HA8 9TT 020 8958 6262; info@kitchencoordination.co.uk kitchencoordination.co.uk KITESGROVE Architects, Artwork, Interior Design 141 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW3 4PW 020 3588 0400; info@kitesgrove.com kitesgrove.com

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INTERIOR S KNIGHT DESIGN INTERIORS Interior Design STUDIO 7, HYLANDS ESTATE, LONDON ROAD, CHELMSFORD, ESSEX CM2 8WQ 01245 266000; hello@knightknight.com knightknight.com KNOF DESIGN Interior Design, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 63–64 MARGARET STREET, LONDON W1W 8SW 07828 533489; susanknof@knofdesign.com knofdesign.com KOUBOU INTERIORS Interior Design 4 DUKES RIDE, CROWTHORNE, BERKSHIRE RG45 6LT 01344 779323; gilly@koubouinteriors.co.uk koubouinteriors.co.uk

KNOF design is an award-winning global design studio servicing residential and recreational properties and products.

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LAERTIS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 020 8874 0749; kyralaertis@gmail.com laertis.co.uk LAMBERT & THURNHERR INTERIORS Interior Design 020 7244 8664; info@ltinteriors.net ltinteriors.net LARK INTERIORS Interior Design 9 FLORENCE WALK, BISHOPS STORTFORD, HERTFORDSHIRE CM23 2NZ 01279 658367; info@lark-interiors.com lark-interiors.com LAURA HAMMETT Interior Design 25 ELYSIUM GATE, 126–128 NEW KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 4LZ 020 7731 7369; studio@laurahammett.com laurahammett.com LAURA PASSEY INTERIORS Interior Design 3/166 WORPLE ROAD, WIMBLEDON SW20 8PR 07496 799818; laura@laurapassey.com laurapassey.com LAURA SOLE INTERIORS Interior Design 07900 904427; laura@laurasoleinteriors.com laurasoleinteriors.com LAUREN GILBERTHORPE INTERIORS Interior Design 1 LYONS LODGE, CHELTENHAM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL54 4BH 01242 374039; studio@laurengilberthorpeinteriors.com laurengilberthorpeinteriors.com

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LAVENDER GREY Interior Design BRIDGEFOOT, BELPER, DERBYSHIRE DE56 2UA 01773 881020; enquiries@lavendergrey.com lavendergrey.com

LUCY CUNNINGHAM INTERIORS LTD

LBW INTERIORS Interior Design 07825 887916; lucinda.lbwinteriors@gmail.com lulubullockwebster.com LEONORA BIRTS INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 07801 481251; leonora@leonorabirts.com leonorabirts.com LEVESON DESIGN Interior Design 22 ALBERT BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON SW11 4PY 020 7622 8815; info@levesondesign.com levesondesign.com LEWIS & CO Interior Design 54 PADDINGTON STREET, LONDON W1U 4HU 020 7487 5961; info@lewisandcompany.co.uk lewisandcompany.co.uk LEWIS ALDERSON & CO Kitchens THE LODGE, HIGH STREET, HARTLEY WINTNEY, HAMPSHIRE RG27 8NY 0845 474 0854; enquiries@lewisalderson.com lewisalderson.com LIGHT HOUSE DESIGNS Lighting, Interior Design OXLEAZE FARM WORKSHOPS, FILKINS, LECHLADE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL7 3RB 01367 850069; jomann@light-housedesigns.com light-housedesigns.com LIGHT IQ Lighting 1A BIRKENHEAD STREET, LONDON WC1H 8BA 020 8749 1900; enquiries@lightiq.com lightiq.com LIGHTING ASSIST Lighting 07826 525717; info@lightingassist.co.uk lightingassist.co.uk LIGHTING DESIGN STUDIO Lighting 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5 BLEEDING HEART YARD, LONDON EC1N 8SJ 020 7112 5364; info@lightingdesignstudio.co.uk thelightingdesignstudio.co.uk

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INTERIOR S LILY PAULSON-ELLIS DESIGNS Interior Design 07753 900065; lily@lpedesigns.co.uk lpedesigns.co.uk LINDONTOWN Interior Design 39A BRONDESBURY ROAD, LONDON NW6 6BA 07881 288292; rebecca@lindontown.co.uk lindontown.com LISBET HOME AND STYLE Architects, Interior Design 07502 272007; lisbethomeandstyle@hotmail.com lisbethomeandstyle.com LISETTE VOUTE DESIGNS Interior Design 49 BROXASH ROAD, LONDON SW11 6AD 020 7228 5824; lisette@lisettevoute.com lisettevoute.com LOOP3 INTERIORS Builders, Interior Design 7 DESIGN CENTRE STUDIOS, LONDON SW10 0BD 020 7376 5300; mark@loop3.co.uk loop3.co.uk LOUISA PENN INTERIORS Interior Design COOPER HOUSE, 2 MICHAEL ROAD, LONDON SW6 2AD 07967 022909; lp@louisapenninteriors.com louisapenninteriors.co.uk LOUISE BRADLEY Interior Design KIMBOLTON COURT, 117B FULHAM ROAD, LONDON SW3 6RL 020 7589 1442; designstudio@louisebradley.co.uk louisebradley.co.uk LOUISE JACKSON INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 5 BREWERY YARD, SHEEP STREET, STOW ON THE WOLD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL54 1AA 07815 735932; louise@jacksoninteriors.co.uk jacksoninteriors.co.uk LOUISE JONES INTERIORS Interior Design GREGSON HOUSE, 13â&#x20AC;&#x201C;17 PRINCES ROAD, RICHMOND, SURREY TW10 6DQ 020 7351 6858; louise@louisejonesinteriors.com louisejonesinteriors.com

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LUCIA VICTORIA INTERIORS Textiles, Interior Design 6 WEST STREET, WEST MALLING, KENT ME19 6QX 01732 844967; sales@luciavictoriainteriors.co.uk luciavictoriainteriors.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0)20 7351 6858 Email: info@louisejonesinteriors.com

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MADDUX CREATIVE Architects, Interior Design COPELAND PARK, 133 COPELAND ROAD, LONDON SE15 3SN 020 8265 8153; hello@madduxcreative.com madduxcreative.com MARI IANIQ Furniture, Lighting, Interior Design, Upholsterers 07951 228666; mjc@mariianiq.com mariianiq.com MARION LICHTIG INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 8 TURNERS WOOD, LONDON NW11 6TD 020 8458 6658 / 07931993110 marion@marionlichtig.com marionlichtig.com MARTIN BRUDNIZKI DESIGN STUDIO Interior Design 1G CHELSEA REACH, 79–89 LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RN 020 7376 7555; hello@mbds.com mbds.com MARY BARBER FRAY INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design THE COPPICE, 23 PLYMOUTH ROAD, BARNT GREEN, BIRMINGHAM B45 8JF 0121 445 6500; mary@marybarberfray.co.uk marybarberfray.co.uk

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MAX ROLLITT Antiques, Artwork, Furniture, Interior Design YAVINGTON BARN, LOVINGTON LANE, AVINGTON, HAMPSHIRE SO21 1DA 01962 791124; info@maxrollitt.com maxrollitt.com MAYBERRY FINE INTERIORS Interior Design 07713 632276; info@mayberry-decorating.co.uk mayberry-interiors.co.uk MCWHIRTER MORRIS Interior Design 11 LANGTON STREET, LONDON SW10 0JL 020 7349 2575; sarah@mcwhirtermorris.com mcwhirtermorris.com MGHS Architects, Interior Design 6A SOUTHAMPTON ROAD, LONDON NW5 4HX 020 7482 1590; info@mghs.co.uk mghs.co.uk MICHAEL NICHOLAS DESIGN Interior Design 1 CRESCENT GROVE, LONDON SW4 7AF 020 7498 7755; info@michaelnicholasdesign.com michaelnicholasdesign.com

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INTERIOR S MORETTI INTERIOR DESIGN Lighting, Interior Design 2B BASSEIN PARK ROAD, LONDON W12 9RY 020 3865 2513; info@morettiinteriordesign.com morettiinteriordesign.com MORPH DESIGNS Interior Design 30 MORSES LANE, COLCHESTER, ESSEX CO7 0SF 01206 305912; info@morphdesigns.co.uk morphdesigns.co.uk MORPHEUS LONDON Interior Design 151A SYDNEY STREET, LONDON SW3 6NT 020 7610 7170; info@morpheuslondon.com morpheuslondon.com MURIEL CHABERNAUD FOR RUE DU CHATEAU INTERIORS Interior Design 07711 915710; muriel@murielchabernaud.com murielchabernaud.com NADYA SAWNEY INTERIORS Interior Design THE CHAPEL, CHAPEL CLOSE, CLIFTON, OXFORDSHIRE OX15 0PT 07885 377205; info@nadyasawneyinteriors.com nadyasawneyinteriors.com NAOMI ASTLEY CLARKE Interior Design 07879 640098; naomi@naomiastleyclarke.com naomiastleyclarke.com NATALIA BARBOUR INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design HIGHGATE HOUSE, 210 HIGH STREET, GUILDFORD, SURREY GU1 3JB 01483 533335; design@nataliabarbour.co.uk nataliabarbour.co.uk NBB DESIGN Furniture, Interior Design 132â&#x20AC;&#x201C;134 WORLDS END STUDIOS, LOTS ROAD, LONDON SW10 0RJ 020 7349 7099; contact@nbbtrading.com nbbdesign.com NICHOLAS SUNDERLAND INTERIORS Interior Design 120 PALL MALL, LONDON SW1Y 5EA 020 7101 0681; info@nsinteriors.com nsinteriors.com NICKY DOBREE INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 39 MORETON STREET, LONDON SW1V 2NY 020 7828 5989; studio@nickydobree.com nickydobree.com

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NICOLA HOLDEN DESIGNS Interior Design 13 EDGINGTON ROAD, LONDON SW16 5BS 07703 568004; nicola@nicolaholdendesigns.co.uk nicolaholdendesigns.co.uk

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NICOLA HULBERT INTERIORS Interior Design 28 CRIEFF ROAD, LONDON SW18 2EA 020 8871 1600; nicola@nhid.co.uk nhid.co.uk NICOLA O’MARA INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design SWALLOWS PARK, PITYME, WADEBRIDGE, CORNWALL PL27 6PQ 07737 493687; mail@nicolaomara.com nicolaomara.com NICOLA PRATT Interior Design 800 HIGHGATE STUDIOS, 53–79 HIGHGATE ROAD, LONDON NW5 1TL 020 8348 3644; studio@nicolapratt.com nicolapratt.com

NV INTEGRATION Home Technology, Interior Design GROSVENOR WATERSIDE, GATLIFF ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8QN 020 7205 2325; info@nvintegration.co.uk nvintegration.co.uk OCTAVIA DICKINSON Interior Design 33 LURLINE GARDENS, LONDON SW11 4DD 07748 733817; octavia@octaviadickinson.com octaviadickinson.com

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NORTHWICK DESIGN Interior Design 26 OLD CHURCH STREET, LONDON SW3 5BY 020 7351 3311; admin@northwickdesign.com northwickdesign.com

OFFBEAT INTERIORS Antiques, Furniture, Interior Design 07850 867482 / 07866 505850 jayne@offbeatinteriors.com offbeatinteriors.com OFICINA INGLESA Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Upholsterers BUSINESS DESIGN CENTRE 329, 52 UPPER STREET, LONDON N1 0QH 020 7226 4569; info@oficinainglesa.com oficinainglesa.com OLIVE DESIGN STUDIO Interior Design 188–190 WANDSWORTH BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON SW6 2UF 020 3021 0201; enquiries@theolivedesignstudio.com theolivedesignstudio.com

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INTERIOR S VELVET & DASH INTERIORS Interior Design THE OLD RECTORY, FRAMPTON, DORSET DT2 9NL 01300 320657; charlotte@velvet-dash.com velvet-dash.com VIRGINIA WHITE Antiques, Interior Design 07879 674439; virginia@virginiawhite.co.uk virginiawhite.co.uk VOGUE KITCHENS Kitchens 10 ARGYLE ROAD, LONDON W13 8AB 020 8997 5400; info@voguekitchens.co.uk voguekitchens.co.uk VS DESIGN STUDIO Interior Design 10 THORNWOOD LODGE, THORNWOOD GARDENS, LONDON W8 7EB 020 7229 2554; info@vsdesignstudio.com vsdesignstudio.com W DESIGN STUDIO Interior Design 2 SWAN MEWS, PARSONS GREEN, LONDON SW6 4QT 020 7384 4472; louise@wdslondon.com wdslondon.com WESTENHOLZ ANTIQUES & INTERIOR DECORATION Antiques, Interior Design 01279 842545; victoria@westenholz.co.uk westenholz.co.uk WICKENDEN HUTLEY Interior Design 27 ACKMAR ROAD, LONDON SW6 4UR 020 7731 2996; melissa@wickendenhutley.com wickendenhutley.com YASMIN CHOPIN INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design 6 STOW ROAD, SPALDWICK, CAMBS PE28 0TE 07831 231664; ycid@yasminchopin.com yasminchopin.com

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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S COMBE PARK INTERIORS Textiles, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds 07971 234777; claire@combeparkinteriors.co.uk combeparkinteriors.co.uk COUNTING LAMBS Textiles, Upholsterers RECTORY COTTAGE, DANACRE ROAD, DENTON, HARLESTON, NORFOLK IP20 0AD 01986 788786; sales@countinglambs.co.uk countinglambs.co.uk COX LONDON Furniture, Lighting, Metalwork, Mirrors, Upholsterers 194 EBURY STREET, LONDON SW1W 8UP 020 3328 9506; sales@coxlondon.com coxlondon.com CROWTHER & SONS Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Upholsterers THE BARN, ASHTREE FARM, SUDBROOKE LANE, NETTLEHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE LN2 2QQ 01522 510520; info@crowtherandsons.com crowtherandsons.com DAISY WHITEHEAD DESIGNS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds, Upholsterers 07973 601099; daisy@daisywhiteheaddesigns.com daisywhiteheaddesigns.com DAVID SEYFRIED Furniture, Interior Design, Upholsterers DESIGN CENTRE CHELSEA HARBOUR, LONDON SW10 0XE 020 7823 3848; info@davidseyfried.com davidseyfried.com DOMINIC SCHUSTER Antiques, Furniture, Mirrors RIVERSIDE BUSINESS CENTRE, HALDANE PLACE, LONDON SW18 4UQ 020 8874 0762; info@dominic-schuster.com dominic-schuster.com DUTCH OILS ART Artwork 91 CRANE AVENUE, ISLEWORTH TW7 7JR 07909 646317; artist@dutchoils.com dutchoils.com

FARNHAM ANTIQUE CARPETS Antiques, Rugs, Furniture Restoration THE OLD PARSONAGE, CHURCH STREET, CRONDALL, SURREY GU10 5QQ 01252 851215; info@farnhamantiquecarpets.com farnhamantiquecarpets.com FINE ART SOURCE Artwork 07779 279305; vanessa.curry@fineartsource.co.uk fineartsource.co.uk FIONA WILBRAHAM Fireplaces, Furniture, Metalwork, Upholsterers STABLES HOUSE, WHEATFIELD, THAME, OXFORSHIRE OX9 7EN 07799 778787; fiona1@jtrw.co.uk fionawilbraham.com FRONT RUGS Rugs 20 BRUTON PLACE, LONDON W1J 6LY 020 7495 0740; front@frontrugs.com frontrugs.com GALLERY OF MODERN ART (GOMA) Artwork, Interior Design 07855 901276; info@galleryoma.com galleryoma.com GIBILARO DESIGN Antiques, Fireplaces, Metalwork 589 WANDSWORTH ROAD, LONDON SW8 3JD 020 7720 2660; info@gibilarodesign.co.uk gibilarodesign.com GRAND DESIGN BLINDS Home Technology, Shutters & Blinds PRESTON HOUSE, 43 PRESTON CROWMARSH, WALLINGFORD, OXFORDSHIRE OX10 6SL 01491 839746; info@granddesignblinds.com granddesignblinds.com GRANDYART Artwork NEW KING’S HOUSE, 136–144 NEW KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 4LZ 07789 264998; georgie@grandyart.com grandyart.com GRANTS BLINDS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds THE CHELSEA GARDENER, 125 SYDNEY STREET SW3 6NR 01983 720000; sales@grantsblinds.com grantsblinds.com

ETALAGE Antiques, Artwork THE BARN, EAST BUILDING, CALMSDEN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL7 5ET 07775 834396; info@etalage.co.uk etalage.co.uk FAIRFAX INTERIORS Textiles, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Shutters & Blinds, Upholsterers THE OLD BAKERY, HIGH STREET, BANBURY OX15 5HW 01608 685301; shop@fairfaxinteriors.com fairfaxinteriors.com

GREEN DECORE Flooring, Rugs, Textiles, Upholsterers 79 COLLEGE ROAD, LONDON HA1 1BD 020 3239 8895; info@green-decore.com green-decore.com

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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S HANDMADE IN BRIGHTON Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 12 OLD SHOREHAM ROAD, HOVE, EAST SUSSEX BN3 6ET 07967 541185; hello@handmadeinbrighton.com handmadeinbrighton.com HANNAH WOODHOUSE LIGHTING Lighting 07989 833407; hannahwoodhouse@me.com artwalllights.com HCI INTERIORS Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Shutters & Blinds 22 NOTTING HILL GATE, LONDON W11 3JE 020 7371 9255; info@hc-interiors.co.uk hc-interiors.co.uk HIGHAM FURNITURE Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 21E HEATHMANS ROAD, LONDON SW6 4TJ 020 7381 0488; info@higham.co.uk higham.co.uk HOUSE COUTURIER Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design 285 NEW KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 4RD 07941 986988; info@housecouturier.eu housecouturier.eu IAIN JAMES FURNITURE Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture BRIDGE STREET, LONG EATON, NOTTINGHAM NG10 4QQ 0115 973 4481; sales@iainjamesfurniture.co.uk iainjamesfurniture.co.uk IDENTITY PAPERS Children’s rooms, Textiles, Interior Design WYKEHAM HOUSE, 71 CLIDDESDEN ROAD, BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE RG21 3EY 07880 998218; info@identitypapers.com identitypapers.com INCHYRA Textiles INCHYRA HOUSE, GLENCARSE, PERTH, SCOTLAND PH2 7LU 01738 860066; info@inchyra.com inchyra.com IQRUP + RITZ Furniture 07470 139019; contact@iqrupandritz.com iqrupandritz.co.uk JACQUELINE MILTON Textiles 01935 891198; info@jacquelinemilton.co.uk jacquelinemilton.co.uk

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JANE CLAYTON & COMPANY Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Textiles PAULTON HOUSE, PAULTON, BRISTOL BS39 7SX 01761 404505; theteam@janeclayton.co.uk janeclayton.co.uk JANE SKINGLEY Artwork 07855 392112; jane@janeskingley.com janeskingley.com JULIA BOSTON ANTIQUES Antiques, Artwork, Lighting, Textiles 588 KING’S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2DX 020 7610 6783; julia@juliaboston.com juliaboston.com KAIZEN FURNITURE MAKERS Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Kitchens THE MINT SHED, GREAT MYLES FARM, ONGAR ROAD, ESSEX CM15 0LB 020 7987 2777; michelle@kaizenfurniture.com kaizenfurniture.com LIFE IN SQUARES Artwork 0800 994 9605; info@lifeinsquares.com lifeinsquares.com LONDON CUSHION COMPANY Textiles, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Upholsterers 30–32 QUEENSTOWN ROAD, LONDON SW8 3RX 020 3417 2110; info@londoncushioncompany.com londoncushioncompany.com MADE BY GREG COX Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Kitchens FAIRWAYS BUSINESS PARK, LAMMAS ROAD, LEYTON, LONDON E10 7QB 07773 905445; greg@madebygregcox.co.uk madebygregcox.co.uk MALTHOUSE & SUMMER Textiles, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds, Upholsterers 8 SUMMERS ROAD, GODALMING, SURREY GU7 3BB 07552 102971; at@malthouseandsummer.co.uk malthouseandsummer.co.uk MURRAY & MURRAY Furniture, Kitchens, Cabinet Makers & Joiners 2–3 BOSTON ROAD, VIEWFIELD, GLENROTHES, FIFE, SCOTLAND KY6 2RE 01592 774363; enquiries@murrayandmurray.co.uk murrayandmurray.co.uk NADIA WATERFIELD FINE ART Artwork THE OLD DAIRY, WESTOVER FARM, GOODWORTH CLATFORD, HAMPSHIRE SP11 7LF 07717 833999; nadia@nadiawaterfieldfineart.com nadiawaterfieldfineart.com

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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S NATALIE CANNING Curtains & Soft Furnishings LITTLE GREEN, WEYBREAD ROAD, SYLEHAM, SUFFOLK IP21 4LW 01379 668170; natalie@nataliecanning.co.uk nataliecanning.co.uk NOMAD DESIGN Textiles 07833 444304; georgie@nomaddesign.co.uk nomaddesign.co.uk OKA Textiles, Interior Design, Upholsterers 155â&#x20AC;&#x201C;167 FULHAM ROAD, LONDON SW3 6SN 01235 433948; jpaul@okadirect.com okadirect.com OLLIE & LEILA Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rooms, Furniture 97â&#x20AC;&#x201C;99 PEGHOLME, WHARFEBANK BUSINESS CENTRE, ILKLEY ROAD, OTLEY, YORKSHIRE LS21 3JP 0333 043 0033; hello@ollieandleila.co.uk ollieandleila.co.uk

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ON&ON Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Interior Design 01727 834043; studio@madebyonandon.com madebyonandon.com PLANTATION SHUTTERS Shutters & Blinds RIVER REACH BUSINESS PARK, 1 GARTONS WAY, LONDON SW11 3SX 020 8871 9222; rob.james@plantation-shutters.co.uk plantation-shutters.co.uk PREMIER BLINDS, SHUTTERS & AWNINGS Home Technology, Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds 3 RYEBROOK ESTATE, LEATHERHEAD, SURREY KT22 7UE 01372 377112; ellen@blindsawnings.com blindsawnings.com QUICKSLIDE Cabinet Makers & Joiners HEATON ESTATE, BRADFORD ROAD, BAILIFF BRIDGE, BRIGHOUSE, WEST YORKSHIRE HD6 4BW 0844 561 0623; sales@quickslide.co.uk quickslide.co.uk RICHARD ALLAN ART Artwork 01884 266554; art@richardallanscarves.com richardallanscarves.com ROOM TO GROW Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rooms, Furniture 0333 006 3096; enquiries@roomtogrow.co.uk roomtogrow.co.uk

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ROSI DE RUIG Lighting 07540 893908; rosderuig@gmail.com rosideruig.co.uk RUG COUTURE Rugs 1ST FLOOR, 34 SOUTH MOLTON STREET, LONDON W1K 5RG 0845 071 9303; info@rugcouture.com rugcouture.com SALVATION Furniture, Metalwork, Reclamation & Salvage 1A HIGH FARM, DALLINGHOO, WOODBRIDGE, SUFFOLK IP13 0HJ 07771 560835; hello@salvationfurniture.com salvationfurniture.com SAMARKAND DESIGN & TEXTILES Lighting, Rugs HIGHER QUEEN DART, RACKENFORD, TIVERTON, DEVON EX16 8EA 07973 922943; hilly@samarkanddesign.com samarkanddesign.com SEAMSFINE Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design 01844 208273; seamsfine@btinternet.com seamsfine.co.uk SERENA BOLTON PHOTOGRAPHY Artwork 144 IFFLEY ROAD, LONDON W6 0PE 07958 511819; serena@serenabolton.com serenabolton.com SIMON ORRELL DESIGNS Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Interior Design, Furniture Restoration TOWNMEAD BUSINESS CENTRE, WILLIAM MORRIS WAY, LONDON SW6 2SZ 020 7371 9339; info@simonorrelldesigns.com simonorrelldesigns.com SUSIE HAMMOND Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Kitchens 07887 502583; design@susiehammond.co.uk susiehammond.co.uk TANIA JOHNSON DESIGN Rugs 07920 274753; info@taniajohnsondesign.com taniajohnsondesign.com THE BOLTON SOFA BED COMPANY Furniture, Upholsterers 18 ABBOTSBURY CLOSE, LONDON W14 8EG 07850 244288; laviniabolton@theboltonsofabedcompany.com theboltonsofabedcompany.com

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FURNITURE & ACCE SSORIE S THE LAMPSHADE COMPANY Lighting MOTHER STUDIOS, STATION ROAD, ARDLEIGH, COLCHESTER, ESSEX CO7 7RT 0333 200 7229; angie@thelampshadeco.com thelampshadeco.com THE NATURAL RUG STORE Flooring, Rugs, Textiles I BIRMINGHAM ROAD, OLDBURY, WEST MIDLANDS B69 4EX 0845 076 0086; info@naturalrugstore.co.uk naturalrugstore.co.uk THE OTTOMAN STUDIO Upholsterers BARTON HILL HOUSE, WELFORD ROAD, ALCESTER, WARWICKSHIRE B50 4NP 07740 175326; milly@theottomanstudio.co.uk theottomanstudio.co.uk THE RUG COMPANY Rugs 555 KINGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ROAD, LONDON SW6 2EB 020 3141 3040; kingsroad@therugcompany.com therugcompany.com THE SHUTTER SHOP Shutters & Blinds 102 WATERFORD ROAD, LONDON SW6 2HA 020 7751 0937; sales@shuttershop.co.uk shuttershop.co.uk TIM WOOD Bathrooms, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Furniture, Kitchens, Upholsterers 020 7385 7228 / 01225 703313; tw@timwood.com timwood.com TITIAN STUDIO Antiques, Furniture, Cabinet Makers & Joiners, Decorative Finishes & Plasterwork, Furniture Restoration 65 JEDDO ROAD, LONDON W12 9ED 020 8222 6600; info@titianstudios.co.uk titianstudios.co.uk VICTORIA HILL BESPOKE SOFT FURNISHINGS Curtains & Soft Furnishings 9 GLOUCESTER ROAD, HAMPTON, MIDDLESEX TW12 2UQ 07764 835785; info@victoriahillbespokesoftfurnishings.co.uk victoriahillbespokesoftfurnishings.co.uk WESTCOT HOUSE Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Shutters & Blinds, Upholsterers WESTCOT HOUSE, WESTCOT, WANTAGE, OXFORDSHIRE OX12 9QA 01235 751552; torsaer@icloud.com westcothouse.co.uk

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The List | INDEX

EAST ANGLIA AALTONEN INTERIORS Interiors (89)

BLACK AND MILK Interiors (92)

AMANDA RANSON DESIGN Interiors (67)

BOYARSKY MURPHY ARCHITECTS Architecture (5)

ARALIA GARDENS Outdoors (117)

C. JOHN Furniture & Accessories (121)

BLUE AURA Furniture & Accessories (121)

CAVE INTERIORS Interiors (17)

CHAMELEON DESIGNS Interiors (94)

CHRISTINE A BUSHELL Interiors (94)

COUNTING LAMBS Furniture & Accessories (122)

COMMUNITEC Interiors (95)

DEMETER DESIGN Outdoor (117)

COX LONDON Furniture & Accessories (122)

FRANCIE READMAN INTERIORS Interiors (97)

DE MATOS RYAN Architecture (87)

IN CASA INTERIORS Interiors (100)

DENINO INTERIORS LONDON Interiors (22)

JULIE MACLEAN INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (102)

EDWARD BULMER Interiors (96)

KATIE MALIK INTERIORS Interiors (103) KELLING DESIGNS NORFOLK Interiors (103) KIM SISSON Interiors (103) KNIGHT DESIGN INTERIORS Interiors (104) LARK INTERIORS Interiors (104)

ELISKA DESIGN ASSOCIATES Interiors (24) FIONA BARRATT INTERIORS Interiors (24) FLORA SOAMES Interiors (97) FRANCIS SULTANA Interiors (97) FRONT RUGS Furniture & Accessories (122)

MORPH DESIGNS Interiors (108)

GARDENMAKERS Outdoors (80)

NATALIE CANNING Furniture & Accessories (126)

GILLIAN ROGERSON DESIGN Interiors (98)

OPTIMIST DESIGN Interiors (110)

GREGORY PHILLIPS ARCHITECTS Architecture (6)

ROSEMARY CATTEE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (111)

GUILLAUME ALAN Interiors (98)

SALVATION Furniture & Accessories (127)

HAINES PHILLIPS ARCHITECTS Architecture (87)

SARA SLADE INTERIORS Interiors (76)

HAYBURN & CO Furniture & Accessories (60)

SOPHIE GRATTAN BELLEW Interiors (113)

HAYNES INTERIORS Interiors (99)

STUDIO 28 INTERIORS Interiors (38)

HOUSE COUTURIER Furniture & Accessories (124)

THE LAMPSHADE COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (128)

JAMB Furniture & Accessories (83)

TM INTERIORS Interiors (115)

JANE CHURCHILL INTERIORS Interiors (101)

WESTONHOLZ ANTIQUES & INTERIOR DECORATION Interiors (116)

JANINE STONE Interiors (101)

YASMIN CHOPIN INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (116)

JOANNA WOOD Interiors (72) KAIZEN FURNITURE MAKERS Furniture & Accessories (125)

EAST MIDLANDS

KIA DESIGNS Interiors (73)

CROWTHER AND SONS Furniture & Accessories (122) EMMA CLANFIELD INTERIORS Interiors (96) GALLERY OF MODERN ART (GOMA) Furniture & Accessories (122) IAIN JAMES FURNITURE Furniture & Accessories (124) JUST LIVING INTERIORS Interiors (102) LAVENDER GREY Interiors (105) VALE GARDEN HOUSES Outdoors (55)

LONDON CENTRAL ADAM BRAY Interiors (89) ALAN HIGGS ARCHITECTURE Architecture (86) ALEXANDER JAMES INTERIORS Interiors (9) ALEXANDER WATERWORTH INTERIORS Interiors (89) AMY KENT BESPOKE RUGS Furniture & Accessories (120) ANNA BILTON Interiors (67) ANTONIA STEWART Interiors (13) ATKEY AND COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (120) BEN PENTREATH Interiors (92) BERTOLINI ARCHITECTS Architecture (86)

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DES EWING RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTS Architecture (87) DOUGLAS MACKIE DESIGN Interiors (70)

JUNCKERS Interiors (102)

KITESGROVE Interiors (103) KNOF DESIGN Interiors (104) LEWIS & CO. Interiors (105) LIFE IN SQUARES Furniture & Accessories (125) LIGHT IQ Interiors (105) LIGHTING DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (105) LIZA EVANS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (31) LLOYD BRUNT OUTDOOR DESIGN Outdoors (50) LUKE IRWIN Furniture & Accessories (83) MANUSHI DESIGN Interiors (73) MARI IANIQ Interiors (107) MAZULLO+RUSSELL LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (81) MCQUIN PARTNERSHIP INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (74) MILLIER Interiors (33) MORPHEUS LONDON Interiors (108) NAOMI ASTLEY CLARKE Interiors (108) NFA ARCHITECTS Architecture (88) NICHOLAS SUNDERLAND INTERIORS Interiors (108) NV INTEGRATION Interiors (109) OLEG KLODT ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Interiors (35) ON&ON Furniture & Accessories (126)

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LONDON CENTRAL OSBORN INTERIORS Interiors (35)

KATE GOULD GARDENS Outdoors (50)

PETER MIKIC INTERIORS Interiors (110)

KITCHEN COORDINATION Interiors (103)

PETER REED Furniture & Accessories (58)

LINDONTOWN Interiors (106)

RABIH HAGE Interiors (110)

MARION LICHTIG INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (107)

RICHARD ALLAN ART Furniture & Accessories (126)

MGHS Interiors (107)

RUG COUTURE Furniture & Accessories (127)

NICOLA PRATT Interiors (109)

RUSSELL TAYLOR ARCHITECTS Architecture (88)

NORTON ELLIS ACHITECTS Architecture (6)

SILK AVENUE Furniture & Accessories (63)

OFICINA INGLESA Interiors (109)

TARA BERNERD & PARTNERS Interiors (114)

RACHEL LAXER INTERIORS Interiors (35)

THORP DESIGN Interiors (115)

ROSELIND WILSON DESIGN Interiors (36)

TIM WOOD Furniture & Accessories (128)

SAMANTHA WATKINS MCRAE Interiors (112)

TRILBEY GORDON INTERIORS Interiors (43)

SILVA LANDSCAPES Outdoors (119)

VERO FABRICS Furniture & Accessories (85)

SONYA WINNER RUG STUDIO Furniture & Accessories (85)

VORBILD ARCHITECTURE Architecture (89)

STUDIO VIE Interiors (114)

WALDO WORKS STUDIO Interiors (78)

TALIA COBBOLD Interiors (114)

WEST ONE BATHROOMS Interiors (44)

THE WHITE HOUSE INTERIORS Interiors (115) TZAR INTERIORS Interiors (115)

EAST LONDON

VIRGINIA WHITE Interiors (116)

ADOLFO HARRISON GARDENS Outdoors (44) AZMAN ARCHITECTS Architecture (86)

SOUTH LONDON

CASA BOTELHO Interiors (93)

AB DESIGN AND INTERIORS Interiors (89)

COLLECTIVE WORKS Architecture (86)

ALEX TART ARCHITECTS Architecture (86)

CUBIKA DESIGN Interiors (95)

ANNA AUZINS INTERIORS Interiors (90)

HOSSACK AND GRAY Furniture & Accessories (60)

ANNABELLE HOLLAND DESIGN Interiors (10)

LUCINDA SANFORD Interiors (31)

ANNIE STEVENS DESIGNS Interiors (10)

MADE BY GREG COX Furniture & Accessories (125)

ANOUSKA TAMONY DESIGNS Interiors (90)

MARTIN HULBERT DESIGN Interiors (32)

APRIL RUSSELL Interiors (90)

MICHAEL NORTHCROFT Furniture & Accessories (58)

ATDESIGNS Interiors (91)

PAPER HOUSE PROJECT Architecture (88)

ATLANTICO RUGS Furniture & Accessories (55)

RUSSIAN FOR FISH Architecture (88)

BB DESIGN & DECORATION Interiors (91)

STUDIO MORTON Interiors (113)

BRADLEY VILJOEN DESIGN Interiors (92) CALLENDER HOWORTH Interiors (93)

NORTH LONDON

CASSANDRA ELLIS STUDIO Furniture & Accessories (121) CHESNEY’S LTD Furniture & Accessories (56)

AMANDA’S DESIGNS Interiors (90) AMOS GOLDREICH ARCHITECTURE Architecture (86) BENSON COLE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (68) BRIAN O’TUAMA ARCHITECTS Architecture (86) CAROLINE COBBOLD DESIGN Interiors (93) CELINE DAVID GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (117) CLAUDIA DORSCH INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (69)

DESIGN BOX LONDON Interiors (95) DYER GRIMES ARCHITECTURE Architecture (5) EGON WALESCH INTERIORS Interiors (96) ENSOUL INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE Interiors (24) EXTENSION ARCHITECTURE Architecture (87)

DABROVSKA DESIGN Interiors (70)

FINISHING TOUCH INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (97)

DE BEAUVOIR DESIGN Interiors (95)

GEORGE CLARKE + PARTNERS Architecture (5)

DK INTERIORS Interiors (23)

GILES QUARME & ASSOCIATES Architecture (66)

DNK DESIGN Interiors (96)

HANNAH WOODHOUSE LIGHTING Furniture & Accessories (124)

EDGLEY DESIGN Architecture (87) FINE COTTON COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (60) GERALDINE MORLEY INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (26) GREEN DECORE Furniture & Accessories (122) JKL INTERIORS Interiors (72)

DANIELE PETTENO ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP Architecture (66) DOMINIC SCHUSTER Furniture & Accessories (122)

CARDEN CUNIETTI Interiors (14)

HAZEL COLLINS DESIGN Interiors (99)

CLARE GASKIN INTERIORS Interiors (69)

HARVEY JONES KITCHENS Interiors (99) HENRIETTA MURRAY-WICKS STUDIO Outdoors (118) HENRY PRIDEAUX INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (99) HILL HOUSE INTERIORS Interiors (72) IMPERFECT INTERIORS Interiors (100)

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INTERIOR DESIRES Interiors (100)

ARO STUDIO Interiors (91)

JAMES ALDRIDGE LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (80)

ART DE VIVRE STUDIO Interiors (91)

JONES LAMBELL LLP ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS Architecture (67)

BANDA DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (14)

JOY FLANAGAN DESIGN Interiors (102)

BARLOW & BARLOW DESIGN Interiors (68)

KITCHEN ARCHITECTURE Interiors (103)

BD DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (120)

LAERTIS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (104)

BEATA HEUMAN Interiors (91)

LAURA PASSEY INTERIORS Interiors (104)

BELGRAVIA RESTORATIONS Interiors (14)

LAURA SOLE INTERIORS Interiors (104)

BENTHEIM LONDON Interiors (92)

LBW INTERIORS Interiors (105)

BOUCLE DESIGN Interiors (92)

LEVESON DESIGN Interiors (105)

BROSELEY Interiors (92)

LEVESON LANDSCAPE Outdoors (118)

BURCHDAUME Interiors (92)

LILY PAULSON-ELLIS DESIGNS Interiors (106)

BUTTER WAKEFIELD GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (46)

LISBET HOME AND STYLE Interiors (106)

CALI RAND Outdoors (117)

LISETTE VOUTE DESIGNS Interiors (106)

CAMERON LANDSCAPES & GARDENS Outdoors (46)

LONDON CUSHION COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (125)

CAROLINE FOOKS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (93)

LOUISE JONES INTERIORS Interiors (106)

CAROLINE PATERSON INTERIORS Interiors (68)

MADDUX CREATIVE Interiors (107)

CAROLINE RIDDELL INTERIORS Interiors (93)

MALBROOK CONSERVATORIES Outdoor (81)

CAROLINE SENLEY DESIGNS Interiors (68)

MELANIE WILLIAMS BESPOKE INTERIORS Interiors (74)

CARTER TYBERGHEIN Interiors (93)

MURIEL CHABERNAUD FOR RUE DU CHATEAU INTERIORS Interiors (108)

CASA FORMA Interiors (17)

NICHOLAS WELLS ANTIQUES Furniture & Accessories (84)

CASSIDY HUGHES DESIGN Interiors (93)

NICOLA HOLDEN DESIGNS Interiors (109)

CATHCPOLE AND RYE Interiors (17)

NICOLA HULBERT INTERIORS Interiors (109)

CELINE ESTATES Interiors (18)

OCTAVIA DICKINSON Interiors (109)

CHARLES EDWARDS Furniture & Accessories (82)

OVERMANTELS Furniture & Accessories (84)

CHARLES RUTHERFOORD Interiors (94)

PARRISH ADAMS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (75)

CHARLOTTE CROSLAND INTERIORS Interiors (94)

PLANTATION SHUTTERS Furniture & Accessories (126)

CHARLOTTE ROWE GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (49)

REBECCA HARTLEY INTERIORS Interiors (75)

CHRISTINA FALLAH DESIGN Interiors (18)

RIVIERE INTERIORS Interiors (111)

CHRISTOPHER HODSOLL Interiors (94)

ROBINSON DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (111)

CLAIRE MEE GARDEN DESIGN & BUILD Outdoors (79)

ROCOCO TOWN & COUNTRY INTERIORS & FURNISHINGS Interiors (111)

CLARE WILLIAMS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (95)

ROOM TO BLOOM Interiors (111)

CLAUDIA DE YONG DESIGNS Outdoors (117)

SAUNDERS INTERIORS Interiors (36)

CLOTH & CLOVER Furniture & Accessories (121)

STUDIO K DESIGN Interiors (113)

COCHRANE DESIGN Interiors (69)

STUDIO WESTMAAS Interiors (114)

COLIN ORCHARD & CO Interiors (95)

THE NEW ENGLAND SHUTTER COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (63)

COLLETT-ZARZYCKI Interiors (21)

TLA STUDIO Interiors (40)

CONSTANZE VON UNRUH INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (21)

TOWN HOUSE INTERIORS Interiors (115)

DAISY WHITEHEAD DESIGNS Furniture & Accessories (122)

TRINITY INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (78)

DARGIE LEWIS DESIGNS Interiors (21) DAVID SEYFRIED Furniture & Accessories (122)

WEST LONDON

DESIGN MARKET Furniture & Accessories (56) DEVAS DESIGNS Interiors (96)

ABBIE DE BUNSEN DESIGN Interiors (89)

DRUMMONDS BATHROOMS Interiors (96)

ALICE LEIGH DESIGN Interiors (89)

DUTCH OILS ART Furniture & Accessories (122)

ALIDAD Interiors (90) AMELIA CARTER INTERIORS Interiors (90) AND SO TO BED Furniture & Accessories (55) ANDREW NEBBETT DESIGNS Furniture & Accessories (120) ANNA HAINES DESIGN Interiors (67) ANNA OWENS DESIGNS Interiors (10) ANYA FENNET DESIGN Interiors (90) ARMSTRONG KEYWORTH Interiors (13)

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ELAN KITCHENS Interiors (96) ELEMENT7 Interiors (70) ELICYON Interiors (23) EZRALOW DESIGN Interiors (97) FAKE IT FLOWERS Outdoors (118) FIONA CAMPBELL DESIGN Interiors (97) FIONA MCDONALD Furniture & Accessories (82)

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The List | INDEX

WEST LONDON FIRFIELD DEVELOPMENTS Interiors (97)

MAISON AD Interiors (32)

FLOWER MICHELIN ARCHITECTS Architecture (66)

MAITANNE HUNT GARDENS & LANDSCAPES Outdoors (50)

FRENCH-BROOKS INTERIORS Interiors (71)

MARTIN BRUDNIZKI DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (107)

GHK ARCHITECTS Architecture (66)

MARTIN MOORE Interiors (73)

GIBILARO DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (122)

MCCARRON & CO Furniture & Accessories (84)

GRANDYART Furniture & Accessories (122)

MCWHIRTER MORRIS Interiors (107)

GRANTS BLINDS Furniture & Accessories (122)

MELTONS Interiors (74)

GUY GOODFELLOW Interiors (98)

MICHAEL NICHOLAS DESIGN Interiors (107)

HACKETT HOLLAND Architecture (87)

MILWARD TEVERINI Interiors (33)

HAMILFORD DESIGN Interiors (71)

MONOGRAMMED LINEN SHOP - YVES DELORME Furniture & Accessories (58)

HAMILTON WILLS DESIGN Interiors (26)

MORETTI INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (108)

HARDING & CO Interiors (71)

NASH BAKER ARCHITECTS Architecture (88)

HARRIET ANSTRUTHER STUDIO Interiors (98)

NATALIA MIYAR ATELIER Interiors (74)

HARRIET FORDE DESIGN Interiors (98)

NBB DESIGN Interiors (108)

HCI INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (124)

NICKY DOBREE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (108)

HEDAYAT Interiors (71)

NORTHWICK DESIGN Interiors (109)

HELEN GREEN DESIGN Interiors (99)

OKA Furniture & Accessories (126)

HENRY VAN DER VIJER - HVART Interiors (99)

OLIVE DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (109)

HIGHAM FURNITURE Furniture & Accessories (124)

ONYX RESIDENTIAL Architecture (88)

HM LONDON Interiors (100)

ORO BIANCO INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (110)

HOLLANDGREEN Architecture (87)

PAOLO MOSCHINO FOR NICHOLAS HASLAM Interiors (110)

HOTSPUR DESIGN Interiors (72)

PORTLAND DECORATING & DESIGN Interiors (110)

HUBERT ZANDBERG INTERIORS Interiors (100)

PRESTIGE ARCHITECTS Architecture (88)

HUGH LESLIE DESIGN Interiors (100)

READING + WEST ARCHITECTS Architecture (88)

HUGHIE TURNER Interiors (100)

REBECCA HUGHES INTERIORS Interiors (75)

HUNTSMORE Interiors (27)

RETROUVIUS ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE Interiors (110)

INSIDER DEALINGS Interiors (27)

RETROUVIUS DESIGN Interiors (110)

INTERIORS BY SARAH WARD Interiors (28)

RFRPROPERTY Interiors (75)

IQRUP + RITZ Furniture & Accessories (124)

RICHARD MIERS GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (52)

JENNIFER MANNERS BESPOKE RUG DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (83)

RITA KONIG Interiors (111)

JESS LAVERS DESIGN Interiors (101)

RIVIERE RUGS Furniture & Accessories (84)

JJ MCCARTHY INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (101)

RJV DESIGNS Interiors (111)

JOANNA PLANT INTERIORS Interiors (101)

ROBERT KIME Interiors (111)

JOHN CULLEN LIGHTING Interiors (101)

ROSI DE RUIG Furniture & Accessories (127)

JOY ARCHER INTERIORS Interiors (102)

RUTH WILLMOTT ASSOCIATES Outdoors (119)

JULIA BOSTON ANTIQUES Furniture & Accessories (125)

SALLY DERNIE Interiors (111)

JULIETTE BYRNE Interiors (30)

SALVESEN GRAHAM Interiors (36)

JVW Interiors (102)

SAMANTHA TODHUNTER DESIGN Interiors (112)

KATE BEARD LIGHTING Interiors (102)

SARAH VANRENEN DESIGNS Interiors (112)

KATHARINE POOLEY Interiors (102)

SERENA BOLTON PHOTOGRAPHY Furniture & Accessories (127)

KEECH GREEN Interiors (103)

SHAKE THE SKY Interiors (112)

KELLING DESIGNS LONDON Interiors (103)

SHH INTERIOR DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE Interiors (112)

KELLY HOPPEN INTERIORS Interiors (103)

SIMON ORRELL DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (127)

KEY INTERIORS Interiors (30)

SOPHIE PECKETT DESIGN Interiors (76)

KINGS OF CHELSEA Furniture & Accessories (83)

SPENCER & WEDEKIND Interiors (38)

KNOTS RUGS Furniture & Accessories (83)

SPHERE8 Interiors (76)

KR INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (73)

STAFFAN TOLLGARD Interiors (76)

LAMBERT & THURNHERR INTERIORS Interiors (104)

STEFANO MARINAZ LANDCAPE ARCHITECTURE Outdoors (52)

LAURA HAMMETT Interiors (104)

STEPHEN RYAN DESIGN & DECORATION Interiors (77)

LOOP3 INTERIORS Interiors (106)

STUDIO 29 ARCHITECTS Architecture (67)

LOUISA PENN INTERIORS Interiors (106)

STUDIO ASHBY Interiors (113)

LOUISE BRADLEY Interiors (106)

STUDIO DUGGAN Interiors (39)

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The List | INDEX

NORTHERN IRELAND STUDIO INDIGO Interiors (39)

CLAIRE HAMMOND INTERIORS Interiors (94)

STUDIO SIDIKA Interiors (77)

KRIS TURNBULL STUDIOS Interiors (30)

STUDIO VERO Interiors (40)

THOMPSON CLARKE INTERIORS Interiors (78)

STUDIOAIDA Interiors (39)

SCOTLAND

SUSSY CAZALET DESIGN Interiors (114) SUZY HOODLESS Interiors (114)

AMBIANCE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (90)

TANIA JOHNSON DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (127) TAYLOR HOWES Interiors (40)

AMPERSAND INTERIORS Interiors (9) BROWN EARTH LANDSCAPES Outdoors (117)

TH2DESIGNS Interiors (78)

CATHERINE LEPREUX INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (121)

THE BOLTON SOFA BED COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (127) THE DECORATIVE INTERNATIONAL Interiors (114) THE GARDEN BUILDERS Outdoors (120)

CHARLOTTE JAMES FURNITURE Furniture & Accessories (121) DECODENCE Interiors (95) HEN & CRASK Interiors (99)

THE ODD CHAIR COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (65) THE RUG COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (128) THE SHUTTER SHOP Furniture & Accessories (128) THE SOFA & CHAIR COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (65) THOMAS CROFT ARCHITECTS Architecture (88) TIMOTHY MATHER DESIGN Interiors (78)

INCHYRA Furniture & Accessories (124) JESSICA BUCKLEY INTERIORS Interiors (101) MARY LESLIE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (73) MURRAY & MURRAY Furniture & Accessories (125) ROBERTSON LINDSAY Interiors (111) SINCLAIRS Furniture & Accessories (63)

TITIAN STUDIO Furniture & Accessories (128)

SLJ INTERIORS Interiors (113)

TODHUNTER EARLE INTERIORS Interiors (115)

SOUTH EAST

TOUCH INTERIORS Interiors (115) TURNER POCOCK Interiors (43) VANDERHURD Furniture & Accessories (65)

ACRES WILD Outdoors (116)

VENOOR LIVING Furniture & Accessories (85)

ADAM ARCHITECTURE Architecture (86)

VICTORIA HILL BESPOKE SOFT FURNISHINGS Furniture & Accessories (128)

ALEXANDRA DIXON INTERIORS Interiors (9)

VIOLET & GEORGE Interiors (43)

ALISTAIR ERSKINE DECORATIVE ART Interiors (90)

VOGUE KITCHENS Interiors (116)

ALLERTON LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (116)

VS DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (116)

AMERSHAM INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (120)

W DESIGN STUDIO Interiors (116)

AMY HANNIGAN GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (79)

WEST LONDON CARPENTRY & DECORATION Furniture & Accessories (85)

ANNA STANDISH INTERIORS Interiors (90)

WICKENDEN HUTLEY Interiors (116)

ATELIER INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (82)

WOOLF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Interiors (79)

AV ARCHITECTS Architecture (86)

ZULUFISH Interiors (79)

BALMAIN AND BALMAIN Furniture & Accessories (120) BEN HEATH Interiors (92)

NORTH WEST

BRIDGET READING ID Interiors (92) BRYANSTON SMARTHOME Interiors (68)

CHESHIRE OAK STRUCTURES Architecture (86) DESIGN PRACTICE BY UBER Interiors (70)

CASEY & FOX Interiors (93)

GAIL MARSDEN DESIGN Interiors (98)

CATHERINE HASTINGS INTERIORS Interiors (93)

HAMPTON LIVING Interiors (98)

CHAMBER FURNITURE Interiors (69)

KETTLE DESIGN Interiors (103)

CHARLOTTE MURRELL LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (117)

MARK GILLETTE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (32) SARAH JANE NIELSEN Interiors (76)

CHATELAINE INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (121) CHEEKY CHAIRS Furniture & Accessories (121)

STAN FAIRBROTHER GARDEN STRUCTURES Outdoors (82) TRICIA CUNNINGHAM INTERIORS Interiors (115) WILDING & WOLFE Interiors (79)

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BUD VERNON INTERIORS Interiors (68)

CHRISTINE WILKIE GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (117) CLAIRE GAUDION Furniture & Accessories (121) CONQUEST FINE BESPOKE FURNITURE Furniture & Accessories (82)

NORTH EAST

DAVID HALES INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (22)

CHARLOTTE GAISFORD Furniture & Accessories (121)

DAVID SIMPSON GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (80)

EMERALD ARCHITECTS Architecture (87)

DE HASSE Interiors (95)

GREATSPACE ARCHITECTS Architecture (87)

DESIGNS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Interiors (22)

JESMOND GARDENS Outdoors (118)

ELENI CONCEPT Interiors (96)

DAVID HARBER Outdoors (49)

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The List | INDEX

SOUTH EAST ELYSTAN INTERIORS Interiors (96)

PETER BIRD LANDSCAPE & GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (119)

ESTERVAN INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (70)

PRACTICALITY BROWN Outdoors (119)

FARNHAM ANTIQUE CARPETS Furniture & Accessories (122)

PREMIER BLINDS, SHUTTERS & AWNINGS Furniture & Accessories (126)

FAWN Interiors (97)

PRINGLE & PRINGLE INTERIORS Interiors (75)

FINE ART SOURCE Furniture & Accessories (122)

REBECCA SMITH GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (81)

FINESSE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (71)

ROBIN SPRONG WALLPAPER Furniture & Accessories (84)

FIONA CROLE DESIGNS Interiors (97)

ROSEMARY COLDSTREAM GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (119)

FIONA WILBRAHAM Furniture & Accessories (122)

SAMANTHA JOHNSON INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (112)

FOUR SPACE DESIGNS Interiors (97)

SARA COPELAND INTERIORS Interiors (112)

GAIL RACE INTERIORS Interiors (98)

SCOTT-MASSON INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (112)

GAZE BURVILL Furniture & Accessories (83)

SEAMSFINE Furniture & Accessories (127)

GRADUATE LANDSCAPES Outdoors (49)

SGS DESIGN Interiors (76)

GRAND DESIGN BLINDS Furniture & Accessories (122)

SKY HOUSE DESIGN CENTRE Outdoors (82)

HAM INTERIORS Interiors (26)

SOPHIE WIGRAM DESIGNS Interiors (113)

HANDMADE IN BRIGHTON Furniture & Accessories (124)

SPA LIVING Interiors (113)

HEDGEHOG ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS Architecture (66)

SPENCER-CHURCHILL DESIGNS Interiors (113)

HERRINGBONE KITCHENS Interiors (99)

STELLA MANNERING Interiors (38)

HILARY J WHITE INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (99)

TEDDY EDWARDS BY KITCHEN ARCHITECTURE Interiors (114)

ICON INTERIORS Interiors (100)

TOM HOWARD GARDEN DESIGN AND LANDSCAPING Outdoors (120)

IDENTITY PAPERS Furniture & Accessories (124)

UCHI ARCHITECTURE Architecture (89)

IG. DESIGN & INTERIORS Interiors (100)

VIRGINIA VON CELSING GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (120)

IGGI UK Architecture (66)

WESTCOT HOUSE Furniture & Accessories (128)

IQ OUTDOOR LIVING Outdoors (80)

WITCHER CRAWFORD Architecture (89)

JANE MCINTYRE DESIGN Interiors (101) JANE SKINGLEY Furniture & Accessories (125) JANE THOMAS LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (118) JO THOMPSON LANDSCAPE & GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (118) JOHNSTON PARKE INTERIORS Interiors (101) KAREN MCCLURE GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (118) KATE MONCKTON INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (72) KOUBOU INTERIORS Interiors (104) LAUREN GILBERTHORPE INTERIORS Interiors (104) LEIVARS Interiors (73)

BALSTON AGIUS Outdoors (79) BAXTER CREATIVE LIMITED Interiors (91) BEATTY INTERIORS Interiors (91) CHAUNCEYS TIMBER FLOORING LTD Interiors (94) CLAIR STRONG INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (94) COMBE PARK INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (122)

LIGHTING ASSIST Interiors (105)

COTTON MILLS INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (56)

LUCIA VICTORIA INTERIORS Interiors (106) LUCY SUMMERS LONDON Outdoors (118)

COUNTRY KNOLE INTERIORS Interiors (95) DAVID HUTTON INTERIORS Interiors (70)

MALTHOUSE AND SUMMER Furniture & Accessories (125) MARIAN BOSWALL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Outdoors (52) MARK PAYNE LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (81) MAX ROLLITT Interiors (107)

DESIGN PENGUIN Interiors (95) DIANA BAKER DESIGNS Interiors (23) EAGLESTONE LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (117) ELKS-SMITH LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (80)

MIKE HARVEY GARDENS Outdoors (81)

ETONS OF BATH Interiors (96)

MOOD LONDON Interiors (33)

FRANCES HEALY INTERIORS Interiors (71)

NADIA WATERFIELD FINE ART Furniture & Accessories (125) NADYA SAWNEY INTERIORS Interiors (108) NATALIA BARBOUR INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (108)

OWL LIGHTING Interiors (74)

ASHTON HOUSE DESIGN Interiors (91)

CLAIRE RENDALL DESIGN Interiors (18)

LEWIS ALDERSON & CO Interiors (105)

OUTSIDE Outdoors (119)

ANY OLD LIGHTS Furniture & Accessories (120)

BRACEY INTERIORS Interiors (92)

LAARA COPLEY-SMITH GARDEN & LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (118)

NICHOLSONS Outdoors (119)

SOUTH WEST

GUILD ANDERSON Interiors (98) INTERIOR MATTERS Interiors (100) JACQUELINE MILTON Furniture & Accessories (124) JAM INTERIORS Interiors (28) JANE CLAYTON & COMPANY Furniture & Accessories (125) JOYCE PORTER INTERIORS Interiors (102) KATE ARBUTHNOTT INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (102)

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The List | INDEX

KILLIAN-DAWSON Interiors (103)

FAIRFAX INTERIORS Furniture & Accessories (122)

MAILI FELTON GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (80)

GIULIA ADAMS INTERIORS Interiors (98)

MAYBERRY FINE INTERIORS Interiors (107)

GN LANDSCAPE DESIGN Outdoors (118)

MILTON ARCHITECTS Architecture (87)

HENRI FITZWILLIAM-LAY Interiors (99)

NICOLA O’MARA INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (109)

HORTON & CO Interiors (27)

OLVIA BELL DESIGN LIMITED Interiors (74)

JOHN EVANS INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Interiors (28)

PELL-STEVENS ARCHITECTS Architecture (67)

LEONORA BIRTS INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (105)

RIPPLES Interiors (110)

LIGHT HOUSE DESIGNS Interiors (105)

SAMARKAND DESIGN & TEXTILES Furniture & Accessories (127)

LOUISE JACKSON INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (106)

SEBASTIAN BLAKELEY DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (84)

MARY BARBER FRAY INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (107)

SERAPHIN DESIGN Interiors (112)

MUNTONS TRADITIONAL PLANT SUPPORTS Outdoors (119)

SITTING SPIRITUALLY Outdoors (119)

NOMAD DESIGN Furniture & Accessories (126)

STEPHANIE DUNNING INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (113)

OFFBEAT INTERIORS Interiors (109)

STYLE INFUSION Interiors (114)

PRIME OAK Architecture (88)

SUE SCAMMELL INTERIORS Interiors (77)

RACHEL CROPPER STUDIO Interiors (110)

SUSIE HAMMOND Furniture & Accessories (127)

RACHEL MURPHY GARDEN DESIGN Outdoors (119)

TANYA LEECH Interiors (77)

RD DESIGN Interiors (75)

TME INTERIORS Interiors (115)

RICHARD PARR + ASSOCIATES Architecture (6)

VELVET & DASH INTERIORS Interiors (116)

SIMS HILDITCH Interiors (112)

VSP INTERIORS Interiors (78)

SIOBHAN LOATES DESIGN Interiors (113)

WOODFORD ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS Architecture (89)

STUDIO PEASCOD Furniture & Accessories (85) SUTTON HOUSE INTERIORS Interiors (77)

WALES

THE NATURAL RUG STORE Furniture & Accessories (128) THE OTTOMAN STUDIO Furniture & Accessories (128)

CHAMELEON INTERIORS Interiors (94)

THE VINTAGE ENTERTAINER Furniture & Accessories (85)

INTERIORS ETC DESIGNS Interiors (101)

WILKINSON BEVEN DESIGN Interiors (44)

LESLEY TAYLOR DESIGNS Interiors (31) TAYLOR’S ETC DESIGN Interiors (77)

YORKSHIRE

WEST MIDLANDS AND COTSWOLDS ANGELA COLLINS GARDENS DESIGN Outdoors (46)

AVERIL BLUNDELL INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (13) CAROLYN PARKER INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (69) OLLIE & LEILA Furniture & Accessories (126)

BELTAINE DESIGNS Interiors (91)

QUICKSLIDE Furniture & Accessories (126)

BRAMBLECREST Outdoors (117) CLARE LOCKWOOD INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (94) CREAM & BLACK INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (69)

ROOM TO GROW Furniture & Accessories (126) STURMAN & CO INTERIOR DESIGN Interiors (114) VANESSA RHODES INTERIORS Interiors (115)

ETALAGE Furniture & Accessories (122)

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