The winners of this year’s Homes & Gardens Fabric Awards were fêted at a glamorous but convivial breakfast at the stylish Ham Yard Hotel in central London this morning.Read more →
Chester Jones is, according to art dealer Danny Katz, “one of the few designers who, while working in a modern idiom, has a total understanding of the classical principles of architecture. He applies this to produce some of the most beautiful interiors I know.” A trained architect and former managing director of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, Chester has for the past 20 years run his own studio creating highly individual interiorsRead more →
With an exhibitor list that reads like a who’s-who of interiors, Decorex is one of the biggest events in the LDF calendar. More than 350 brands take a stand (about a third are new to the show this year) and there’s a lively seminar programme. This year, it moves to Syon Park, one of London’s great houses, which will make a stunning stage for an exhibition that
is taking the Georgians as its theme. To tie in with this, the entrance is inspired by William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress. Created in collaboration with Sir John Soane’s Museum, it will feature contemporary takes on
In the first chapter of our five-day special feature on this year’s London Design Festival, we showcase some of our highlights to be found in the eastern end of Town. From Shoreditch to Clerkenwell, this area is all about edgy new designers, jaw-dropping venues and hands-on activities. Be sure to visit HGLiving Beautifully again over the course of this week forRead more →
The gardens designed and built by landscape architects and garden designers Andrew Wilson and Gavin McWilliam are renowned for their exciting and creative ideas, exhilarating and distinctive planting, and for their intense attention to detail.
I caught up with the pair, fresh from another Gold and Best in Show medal-winning appearance, this time with their garden, Sacred Grove (pictured), at the Singapore Garden Festival.Read more →