Q&A with Lucy Tiffney; Finalist in The Great Interior Design Challenge 2016

We’re avid followers of The Great Interior Design Challenge and what better way to prepare for the grand final than reading our interview with one of this year’s finalists, Lucy Tiffney. Originally from Essex, Lucy is accomplished in her field; a graduate in textiles, with numerous commissions and exhibitions for persona’s such as of Ruby Wax and… read more


Landscape Textiles and Wooden Surfaces by Caroline Cox

Printed textile designer Caroline Cox graduated from the Royal College of Art in July, just last year. Two months later, we found her panel of decorative and graphic wooden tiles at London’s foremost design concept store Mint. The piece came from a bigger collection called Landscape. Like the rest of the series, which comprises a mixture of textiles… read more


Christmas Rituals: Oona Bannon from Pinch

Along with her husband Rusell Pinch, Oona Bannon runs London design studio Pinch, which is known for stunningly simple furniture of the sort that’s only achieved through painstaking craftsmanship. Cabinets, tables, chairs and sideboards in high-quality hardwoods and gorgeous upholstery make up a collection that – we think – also gives away the couple’s exceptional eye for colour. Their design… read more


Christmas rituals: Paul de Zwart from Another Country

Paul de Zwart, the supremely tasteful creative director of furniture and homewares brand Another Country – and one of the original founders of Wallpaper* magazine – recounts his Christmases past and present. “We were a family that moved around a lot. My father worked for a multinational company so we celebrated Christmas in tropical and snowy climates,… read more


Ask The Blogger: Tigerlilly Quinn

Tigerlilly Quinn is a lifestyle blog brought to you by Fritha Strickland; a professional blogger living in Bristol, blogging about all manner of things including family life, fashion, travel and interior design. Fritha recently collaborated with Farrow & Ball to create her very own “city palette” showcasing the colours her beloved Bristol, and we got the opportunity to chat with… read more

Kirath Ghundoo

A Room of my Own: Print Designer Kirath Ghundoo Exhibiting from Tomorrow at LDF

Print and textile designer Kirath Ghundoo burst onto the interiors scene in 2011 when she exhibited her trademark Mix ‘n’ Match wallpaper concept at London’s 100% Design exhibition. Originally trained in textile and surface pattern, her distinctive style of geometric shapes and surprising asymmetrical patterns has been applied to many things beyond wallpaper, from i-phones to office… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist