It’s far nicer (and easier) when things are in your own language.Right now, we speak a few, but we’re learning more all the time…
Interiors writer Jo Leevers talks about the joy in passed-down pieces, thinking more about the long term, and what to look for in an heirloom-worthy design.
A flooded-with-light setting in Weybridge for our Shaker-inspired Suffolk kitchen.
Those kaleidoscopic yarns, that often coarse and always weighty texture, that clear-as-day quality, and that emblematic orb logo – it can only be Harris Tweed.
Designing so your Neptune piece sits back in your scheme allowing another item-of-interest to take centre stage.
How to feature more than one wood finish in the same room.
A colourful take on Chichester with Cotswold stone and timber-clad walls for company.
Head of fashion at The Telegraph, Lisa Armstrong, takes a look at just how intertwined fashion and interiors are when it comes to colour, and how the colour wheel can help us create palettes for both.
A trio of ways to refresh your bookcase for autumn.
Your front door is far more than a functional entrance to your home. Its colour and decorative style speak volumes about you, before visitors even reach for the knocker.
The art of knowing how many cushions is too many and how to arrange them on sofas and beds alike.
See the boards our stylist used and made for three of the looks from our new autumn collection.
Home-making scene-setting from our store’s stylists.