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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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Take a Look at the ‘World’s Longest Slide’, Coming Soon to the Olympic Village, London

With the Rio Olympics just under a year away, we decided to take another look at the Olympic Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Park, to see how London’s glistening Olympic quarters are holding up, three years after their inaugural opening. Today, the Olympic Stadium is in the final stages of being converted into a 54,000 world… read more

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5 Very Colourful, Summer Inspired Schemes

With warmer temperatures enhancing the beauty of our surroundings, summer is the perfect time to head outside and enjoy the beautiful tones associated with this time of year. From stunning walks in the countryside and long coastal evening walks overlooking the pristine hues of the ocean, to taking in the beautiful golden sunsets, there are… read more

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Discover Longyearbyen, the Northermnost City in the World

Situated in the heart of the Arctic Ocean halfway between Norway and the North Pole, lies Longyearbyen on the isle of Svalbard. A majestic archipelago full of stunning landscapes and dramatic scenery, this Scandinavian bliss is the northernmost city in the world. Famed for being home to more polar bears to inhabitants, this unique town… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist