Volume 16 published last month, and as always it’s been lovely hearing your feedback and seeing your photos of the magazine in your home. The theme for this edition was FRESH, and we had some wonderfully fresh interiors on the pages! From a light and airy Californian home and a pastel-hued space in the Netherlands, to a vintage shop in Rye in the most interesting of buildings…
As always, I love to share a few of the shots that we couldn’t quite fit in the magazine. There are always a few that I’m sad I can’t squeeze in! If you haven’t got the latest edition yet, then I hope these might inspire you to go and grab your copy to see even more of these beautiful interiors.
Another light and airy space, this time in France, owned by Cecile Fossey. Again lots of rustic wood, woven baskets and soft textiles bring tactility against the white backdrop.
This beautiful Dutch home proves that minimal interiors don’t have to be in muted colours or lacking in fun. Such a beautiful pastel palette with carefully curated objects by owner Bonnie Prins.
Home of Forest Lark founder Hannah Philipson is a great example of how to mix vintage finds with contemporary pieces. I loved hearing about Hannah’s approach to decorating a room and her home in general in the magazine. Photographed by Nancy Straughan.
If you are ever visiting the beautiful town of Rye on the Sussex coast, then Soap & Salvation is a must-visit. Owners Jo and Barrie have transformed some historical buildings in the town and now curate a thoughtful edit of vintage furniture and homeware in the space. Photographed by Nat Aubry.
Finally, we featured Cornwall-based restaurant 45 Queen Street which is housed in a former warehouse and as well as the restaurant, it has a bar, a deli, a shop and an events space! A photographer’s dream with all of the beautiful areas, not to mention the food! Photographed by Ali Green.
See these and many more inspiring interiors in Volume 16. ORDER YOUR COPY.