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Hopelessly Devoted to Devon

Spectacular British coastlines and seemingly endless rolling patchwork fields, Devon has few rivals for its crown. Every summer, tens of thousands of us flock to this beautiful county and it’s not hard to see why. With its quainter-than-quaint picturesque seaside towns and sumptuous ‘English Riviera’ feel, most would argue that it’s well-worth the traffic jam… read more

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Talking shop with the owner of one of London’s finest independents – Tom O’Dell

Londoner Tom O’Dell (no, not that one) is a passionate shopkeeper selling a fine edit of menswear and home wear – originally on pretty Calvert Avenue in the city’s Shoreditch, and now in much bigger digs in Soho. If you’ve ever visited O’Dell’s you will have picked up on its owner’s enthusiasm for everything on its shelves –… read more

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Colour essay: Set designer Anna Burns on her particular red

Set and spatial designer Anna Burns once said her design philosophy was to put “the wrong thing in the right place,” an approach she’s been perfecting for countless events, music videos, films and photo shoots for clients such as Balenciaga, Hermes, Vogue, Basement Jaxx and Barneys – all with wonderful, colourful aplomb. She recently added Anna Burns Object to… read more

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How to decorate your smallest spaces

Whether you’re restyling a small but perfectly proportioned apartment or bringing a forgotten cloakroom back to life, it’s easy to be tempted by traditional whites when decorating these smaller spaces. But this can create a dull finish which lacks imagination! Darker shades and richer colours create a real sense of intimacy, so be bold and… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist