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Freshly renovated by interior design dream team Harding & Read, with architecture from Mad Atelier and styling by Michelle Kelly, The Rose in Deal has had a glorious new lease of life. Owned by Alex Bagner - formerly Editor of the prestigious design resource Wallpaper.com - each of its eight bedrooms has its own distinct personality, bursting with colour and dressed with mid-century treasures, prints of contemporary artwork by the likes of Tracey Emin and Gary Hume and textiles from Liberty. Even the bathrooms are a joy, with reclaimed suites in pastel hues and divine toiletries from Austin Austin. Add in a welcoming bar and a foodie offering from executive chef Rachel O’Sullivan - formerly of London’s Polpo, Spuntino and The Towpath Cafe - celebrating the best of Kentish produce and this is surely the perfect seaside retreat. Whether you stay the night, feast in the restaurant or just pop in for a coffee after a stroll along the beach, you won't be disappointed.
One half of the team responsible for turning a forgotten and unloved chapel into the ever-so-stylish Bruton bolthole - At The Chapel - furniture designer Ahmed Sidki creates impeccably styled furniture that combines simple forms with natural colours and tactile materials. For all of his pieces, Ahmed uses British craftsmen and locally sourced natural materials that age gracefully with use. At The Chapel is a testament to his talent where his touch and utterly beautiful modern and pared-back aesthetic is evident at every turn: from the beds, to the tables, to the spiral staircase and to the candlesticks. He is the master of understatement and integrity, with a magical touch.
Set amongst 66 acres of meadows, woodland and oak-lines streams, Coombeshead Farm is a restaurant and bakery set within a bucolic farm and beautiful five bed Georgian guesthouse - created by culinary stars Tom Adams and April Bloomfield in the heart of the Cornish countryside. Visit Coombeshead and embrace the good life: produce is either grown and reared on the farm or sourced locally and is then masterfully cooked, fermented, pickled and baked into mouth-watering farm-to-fork fare served to you by a charming team in a delightful farmhouse that you will want to return to, time after time. Stop for supper, for the night or treat yourself to one of the many courses on offer from bread-making to fermenting, as detailed here.
Founded by chef Emily Scott, the St. Tudy Inn is a Cornish gem where local & seasonal Cornish produce is celebrated with aplomb. Nestled at the heart of a lovely Cornish village, it is beautiful & welcoming in equal measure: it is the perfect place to while away the hours, whether at the bar with the locals, on the lavender-strewn patio or in the restaurant with a delicious bottle of wine created by Emily with her partner and winemaker Mark Hellyar in Bordeaux. The food is rustic & delicious, the wine is wonderful, the rooms are lovely & the atmosphere delightful. It is no wonder that the St. Tudy has just been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for the second year in a row.
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful". William Morris. And these pieces have beauty in spades.
The products the Press love. And so will you.
When Gleneagles first opened its doors in 1924, this magnificent countryside estate in the heart of Scotland was described as a “riviera in the Highlands”. Today Gleneagles continues to be one of the leading hotels of the World, offering its guests unrivalled accommodation, three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa and the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin stars. Uniquely beautiful and uniquely Scottish, Gleneagles is a glorious mix of tradition, style and elegance.
Working from her home studio in Scotland, Jude Gove crafts and creates beautiful leather and pure wool felt accessories. Each purse, clutch bag and wallet is cut and stitched by hand, with an emphasis on simple practical shapes and heavenly contrasting colour combinations that have been inspired by Jude’s home and travels. Each of Jude’s pieces is completely hand-made, simple, functional, covetable, ever-so-stylish and will last you a lifetime.
Skye Corewijn - the South African potter and talent behind lazy eye ceramics - learnt the basics of her craft with Stuart Carey in his Old Street Studio in 2013. Having previously worked in the music industry, Skye fell in love with throwing and found herself making more and more time in her life for clay. Her pieces are much loved by restaurants and hotels for their blend of simplicity and functionality
Our collection of timeless linens. For the table, for your guests, for you.
Established in 2012 by Damien and Joi Hannigan, 31 Chapel Lane celebrate the virtues of structure, materiality and stability in their timeless designs and tailoring. Each design is rigorously developed and examined and each piece is then tailored from finest Irish linen or Donegal tweed. Professional, ethical and considerate, their items are strong and valuable, made to be enjoyed, lived in, and held onto for a lifetime.
Architect Anna Wynne carves spoons from locally sourced storm-fallen greenwood from her doorstep in the wild mountains of the west coast of Scotland. Using only an axe and a knife, Anna’s hand-cut marks create a faceted yet beautifully smooth surface, giving each spoon a tactile texture imbued with nature and designed to give it’s holder joy whether cooking, eating or simply admiring. Each spoon is then finished with a natural wood-butter with beeswax from over the hill on the shores of Loch Fyne.
Founded by Chloe Luxton from a belief in the power of nature, Bramley is the ultimate British natural beauty brand. Inspired by the beauty of the British countryside where it is made, and infused with fair trade essential oils, Bramley’s products harness the therapeutic properties and magic of British flowers and plants. Ingredients are wild crafted, grown sustainably and sourced carefully with integrity. Each little bottle is packed to the brim with natural goodness, smells heavenly, delivers practical results and the bottles even look as beautiful as the flowers themselves.
Founded in 2005, Elvis & Kresse is a pioneering sustainable luxury brand who started out by rescuing decommissioned fire hoses and turning them into beautiful pieces of luggage and accessories, giving 50% of their profits back to The Fire Fighter’s Charity. This range has gone from strength to strength and Elvis & Kresse’s talented craftspeople now create beautifully designed bags and homeware from 15 different reclaimed materials – including the leather off-cuts from British luxury brand Burberry and the Burberry Foundation, under whose wings they have a 5 year partnership. Elvis and Kresse are sustainable luxury at its best.
Felicity Irons' work carries on an age old tradition that goes back many centuries. She spends the summer months of June, July and August harvesting English freshwater bulrush on the River Great Ouse in Bedfordshire, the Nene in Northamptonshire and on the River Ivel in Bedfordshire to create her beautiful pieces. Felicity and her small team cut up to 2 tonnes of rush a day which is then dried against a hedge in the wind and sun for a couple of days. The variation in weather during this process naturally produces extraordinary and beautiful shades of colour: prolonged sun gently bleaches to warm honey tones and during windy weather the colours have more vivid green and blue hues. There are no chemicals used in any part of the process. It is entirely natural.
Founded by designer Florence Saumarez, Inq specialises in designing and producing hand-marbled papers and products. Developed many centuries ago in Japan and Turkey, marbling was used primarily to decorate papers for books. Inq combines the same traditional techniques and materials with a modern aesthetic to reinvigorate this endangered craft. Gouache paints are favoured over modern acrylics, giving each marbled paper its characteristic richness and deep velvety finish that is unique and mesmerisingly beautiful.
From her rural Bath studio, Lucy Augé documents the changing landscape, with her striking silhouettes of flowers, plants and trees. In tune with the seasons and inspired by the simplicity of Asian art, her delicate ink paintings capture fleeting moments of nature’s evolution. Known for producing large bodies of life work, her collections are exhibited internationally and her beautiful work can be found in homes and prestigious hotels across the globe.
From her studio in beautiful North Cornwall, Nicole Heidaripour is a freelance illustrator & designer who captures the natural world with stunning precision and grace. Inspired by her ever-changing beautiful surroundings, Nicole's mesmerising illustrations have earned her recognition and commissions from clients such as Penguin Books, BBC Gardens Illustrated, The Spectator and Sir John Soanes Museum and the beautiful St Tudy Inn, in Cornwall.