Spring 2018

Cover Story: The living area showcases a custom designed open fire and canopy manufactured by Bespoke Fireplace Design Ltd which is accentuated with cowhide upholstered stools. Read more about John Evans Design's latest design project on page 146.

Inside the Spring 2018 issue, we have the latest from the world of interior design. We've got some inspirational photographs for incorporating the Pantone Colour of the year into your interior, decorating for Spring and we've put together a feature on our favourite bathrooms this season. 'If you want to be neutral, move to Switzerland,' Madcap Cottage talks about using colour and pattern whilst promoting their new book, Prints Charming. Calvin Churchman reveals what it is that inspires him. Makeover Television star, Libby Langdon, talks about her method to designing the perfect interior. Jason Phillips raves about the upcoming trends in wood furniture. The ceilings of this Edwardian London apartment, designed by Designed by Woulfe, create a strikingly bright space. Artist Anne Becker's airy one bedroom Manhattan apartment facilitates an uncluttered feeling. A photographer's Welsh weekend retreat was modernised without losing its original character. British fashion designer, Liza Bruca, lives an idyllic life in exotic Morocco. 'Luxurious textures and striking patterns of carpets can transform a room,' says Kelly Hoppen and Emma Cassidy from Brintons. Monique Stamp talks about the trend of curves in the rug market. A UK new build home reminded designer John Evnas of similar homes in the USA as it was gifted with high ceilings and large spaces. A Lebanese home already benefiting from grand architecture and an impressive art collection has been taken into the realms of the super luxurious by the use of precious materials and textures. Designer David Phoenix was called to totally remodel a near 13,000 square foot home in Malibu with a mission of making it comfortable for a busy family. Once considered the go-to dwelling for artists and muscians, New York loft spaces can work for families too, as one London couple found out. The family who employed designer Maurizio Pellizzoni to redesign their Belgravia townhouse said that they enjoyed the entire upheaval. Inteiror designer Stephen Sills has a style which people love, but one client liked it so much she invited him to rework her Manhattan apartment which he himself created 20 years prior.