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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…
Galley kitchen, tiny cottage kitchen, or cool and compact city kitchen – whatever form your small kitchen takes, there are ways to make the space savvier.
What’s in a name? Come with us on a short – but fascinating – journey into the history of three garden buildings that, although often interchangeable in name, have their own unique story to tell.
Marcus, one of the kitchen designers from Neptune York, shares five ways to update your kitchen – some quicker than others, but all doable within a weekend.
A beautiful kitchen can absolutely come out of the smallest of spaces. Here, we consider a kitchen layout often thought of as one of the trickiest of all – the galley.
An ode to the beauty of staircases, one of the home’s most atmospheric features
From California to Canterbury, this is a renovation story of a family returning to their roots.
A collection of suggestions for small, but perfectly formed spaces.
A closer look at the clever folding mechanism on our Wycombe chair, inspired by antique campaign furniture
A look inside the small, but perfectly formed, Neptune kitchen of former House & Garden magazine editor Susan Crewe.
Our resident bibliophile, Dan, is back, and this time he’s delving into the house and garden at Charleston in East Sussex, as well as the stories behind it that make this house so incredible.
How does Emma Sims-Hilditch, creative founder of Neptune, combine running her own busy interior design practice with inspiring and guiding the design DNA at Neptune?
What we wear and the way we decorate our homes is intrinsically linked, writes former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman. And, they can both reveal a great deal about our feelings to the world around us.