Volume 15 published in April 2023, and we’ve only got a few boxes of print copies left, so before they all go, I thought I’d share a few of the images ‘from the cutting room floor’. The theme on this issue was ‘Wild’ and I just noticed how diverse the collection of spaces we featured is. From a converted engine house in Suffolk to a Tuscan villa in Italy, to a self-built off grid house in Scotland, it is a real mixture, with each interior being equally as interesting and inspiring. As always, we had some gorgeous studios, shops and cafes in there too, all whose owners have taken particular care to create a beautiful space to work in.
Here’s a few of those ‘extra’ images that didn’t quite make it on to the pages of the magazine, but are still worthy of being seen and giving you some ideas, which you can pin on your Pinterest boards to return to later…
Above is the beautiful Engine House in Suffolk, photographed by Jemma Watts. I loved hearing how owner Sandy Suffield discovered this building and how she went about making it her home and filling it with interesting furniture and vintage finds.
The stunning Valdirose in Italy, we heard how Irene Berni inherited this beautiful old property and see how she has transformed it into the most beautiful destination for holiday makers. Totally dreamy.
Above are a selection of the gorgeous studio and shop spaces we included in Volume 15. Jemma Watts photographed East London Cloth, Anna Considine shot Brough Handwoven‘s studio/shop, and we featured the colourful home studio of US maker Reshma Alfus. Helena Dolby photographed ceramicists Liv and Dom‘s Lewes studio & shop, and I love this portrait of Rosanna Morris with her little one, shot by Kasia Fiszer. Each space has a sense of wildness, interpreted in different ways.
Finally, a few other favourite shots from three of the homes featured in Volume 15. The self-built eco home owned by Nathalie and Jacek, founders of Stor Lifestyle, shot by Maria Portway. Gorgeous natured-inspired kids bedroom in the home of Anita Russell – photographed by Kasia Fiszer, and a rustic romantic table setting in Jessi Roberts-Harris‘s home, captured by Anna Considine.
All of these beautiful spaces and more can be found on the pages of Volume 15, available while stocks last.