Belle vue

May

25

2016

Belle vue

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A Hastings man reveals to Charlotte Pearson what inspired him to build his dream home. Finding the perfect plot of land in a desirable area gave Paul Mintern the opportunity to do something that had been on his wish list for a number of years. “It was always a dream of mine to build my own home so...

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The art of science

May

25

2016

The art of science

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Is digital photography art? Do science and art have more in common than first thought? And how can art change your home? These are all questions that Alex Jenkins puts to one East Grinstead artist. At school science and art was made out as being at the two opposite ends of the spectrum. One based in...

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Eclectic mix

May

10

2016

Eclectic mix

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In need of some furniture inspiration Charlotte Pearson heads to Rye. There are many occasions where you come across items you may have forgotten you even owned, be it when you are moving house, clearing out your wardrobe or venturing into the loft. Marcus and Gareth For Marcus Crane and Gareth McCully...

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Well crafted

Apr

28

2016

Well crafted

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Laura Cartledge heads to Lewes to learn about carpentry’s place in the contemporary world. Some of the most modern designs need some of the most ancient methods. Take the blackened timber used in the Lewes Grand Designs ‘Rusty Brick’ build for example. Toby Hall reveals achieving the stunning effect...

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Green living

Apr

28

2016

Green living

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  Charlotte Pearson receives an education in sustainable architecture. Growing up as far as Nicola Furner was concerned there was no such thing as jobs for boys or jobs for girls. “My dad was an engineer and would always take us on sites,” reveals the sustainable architect and masterplanner....

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Ray of light

Apr

5

2016

Ray of light

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Charlotte Pearson finds out more about a bright and brilliant creative space. Apparently it is said if you have ever lived in St Leonards or Hastings and moved away you will end up living there again. “It has a way of pulling you back, it’s true,” explains Caroline Morris. “I used to live in...

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Simple solutions

Apr

1

2016

Simple solutions

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From simple solutions to colour confidence, Laura Cartledge asks the experts their tips for rejuvenating your home. Open plan living has grown from a trend to becoming the norm. However, as Diane Stables from Winchester Kitchens and Interiors explains, people are now wanting it to be about substance...

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Building dreams

Apr

1

2016

Building dreams

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Laura Cartledge learns about the exciting projects going on at the bottom of people’s gardens. Thinking outside of the box has become somewhat of a business cliche, but for garden room business Harrison James it is a fitting mantra. Treehouse, East Sussex “Some places have set designs and off the...

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To the point

Mar

31

2016

To the point

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With it being time for a spring clean refresh, Charlotte Pearson finds inspiration in Brewers Home. Dinosaurs created using a pointillism technique and birds from hands, it is fair to say that artist Kerry Caffyn has put the fun back into children’s wallpaper designs. But she admits when asked to create...

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Good taste

Feb

22

2016

Good taste

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Frances Atkins looks at what you should consider when designing your dream kitchen. In our homes it’s often the kitchen that becomes the focal point for big moments, where we create new recipes, brew our much-loved afternoon tea and entertain family and friends. From childhood to adulthood, noises...

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