A fairytale cottage

Oct

16

2015

A fairytale cottage

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Laura Cartledge discovers the remarkable story of a New Forest home. If I called Foxgloves, this idyllic thatched New Forest cottage, a ‘sanctuary’ you might think it was due Foxgloves to the calm oasis of countryside which surrounds it. However the Howes, who have called it home for the past...

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Up in lights

Oct

15

2015

Up in lights

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Illuminations are not just for the seaside, as Charlotte Pearson discovers in Bolney.  Walking along a Sussex seafront with the rolling waves and beautiful beach there is enough there to inspire anyone. For Andy Osborne it was while walking towards Brighton’s Palace Pier that he admits he had his...

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Visionary design

Sep

28

2015

Visionary design

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Laura Cartledge talks to the architect and agent behind a unique opportunity in Fulking. From a Hayling Island chalet to the first Passivhaus in Lewes, Meloy Architects is quickly building itself a reputation for transforming challenging projects into prestigious properties. So, with the South Downs...

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Express yourself

Sep

28

2015

Express yourself

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Charlotte Pearson heads to Brighton to talk clouds, roses and wallpaper. In what way do you choose to express yourself? Through the clothes you wear, how you style your hair or maybe even the bands you listen to? Perhaps, but for Brighton based Lee Fieldman she feels that people do it in another way...

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Eco style

Sep

11

2015

Eco style

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Laura Cartledge meets the interiors company that sources stories. Some trends don’t pay attention to the calendar. For instance in fashion, the style of jeans may change but denim is always in. When it comes to interior design there’s a growing movement surpassing the seasons. It can be woven into...

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So far sew good

Sep

8

2015

So far sew good

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The easiest way to refresh a room is to invest in some good quality soft furnishings and luckily one Winchester business can help, as Charlotte Pearson reveals. Returning from abroad what are the things you usually bring back? Seashells or postcards? Possibly some duty free booze, a dodgy accent or a...

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The retro revival

Aug

27

2015

The retro revival

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Alex Jenkins sets off to Horsted Keynes to meet the team keeping the wallpaper trend alive. Wallpaper may have fallen out of favour in the nineties but in recent years it has come back in a big way, be it a feature wall or all over. And with this rise in popularity there are now some really exciting...

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Sail of the century

Aug

26

2015

Sail of the century

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Forget Holland, when it comes to windmills Charlotte Pearson finds one in Barnham that ticks all the right boxes. Living in a windmill sounds like something from a children’s story, there is something whimsical and magical about it. But imagine calling one home that has been refurbished with all the...

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Sweet surprises

Aug

10

2015

Sweet surprises

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Laura Cartledge learns that with some ‘chocolate box’ properties you never know what you’re going to get. The number of bedrooms, a downstairs loo and outside space are three popular demands when it comes to house hunting. However Louise Jackson and her family were seeking something else as well. “We...

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Reconnecting with its roots

Jul

24

2015

Reconnecting with its roots

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A home inspired by a 100 year garden is a very special place indeed, learns Laura Cartledge. Jackie Cole’s story of finding the site for her Warsash home sounds like an extract from The Secret Garden. “Completely,” she smiles. “It was a case of opening a gate, well the gate had fallen down actually,...

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