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Object of obsession: Palmyra floor lamp

Who doesn’t love a good palm? While we can’t easily get them into our London gardens (should we be lucky enough to have one), we can add a palm print into our home, or in this case, a fabulous palm floor lamp. Designed by NYC studio Moving Mountains, the “Palmyra” lamp is named after the […]

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Object of obsession: Kelly Hoppen log tables

As the mild Autumnal chill sets in, the notion of comfort takes charge – in fashion, our home and even our choice of social venue. What impeccable timing to have come across these beautiful tables designed by Kelly Hoppen, exclusively for a Swiss Chalet transformation. There is something really captivating about the preservation of the wood […]

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Interior styling with online art gallery: Predella House

Predella House, the pioneering online art gallery, has a new artist on their books. In promotion of this new creative addition, I was invited along by the art emporium to go behind-the-scenes with an interior styling photoshoot. Toby Deveson is a British photographer, best known for his mesmerising black and white landscape imagery. He is […]

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The queen of hotel design: Kit Kemp

Kit Kemp drew an inspired crowd recently in Regent Street’s Anthropologie, sharing her top tips for interior styling and promoting her new book, “Every Room Tells A Story”.  Her presence and passion lit up the room of design enthusiasts, much like her vibrant signature style. Whilst she has collaborated with a host of designers, makers […]

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Predella House: Art for the culturally curious

The fields of interior design and art can sometimes, unfortunately, be misjudged and labelled as prestigious, exclusive and unapproachable. Industries where only an elite clientele are both interested and able to afford their products and services. Predella House, a new business set up in 2015, brings a fresh perspective to challenge such an outlook. Working […]

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