Posts Tagged by Psychologies

PLEASE LIKE ME! — Psychologies

Do you still feel a sting when you’re left off a guest list? It’s natural, says Olivia Gordon, but as she discovers, real popularity is about something else altogether. To read the full feature, buy December’s Psychologies…  

‘IT’S ABOUT MAKING THE PAST LIVEABLE FOR TODAY’ — Psychologies

For May’s Psychologies I had a lovely time exploring this gorgeous vintage/retro home.

FEATURED CONTRIBUTOR — Psychologies

‘THERE’S ABSOLUTE JOY IN MEETING PEOPLE’ — Psychologies

A former livery and dance hall in Winchester is now a luxurious B&B bolthole that is also home to owner, Hannah McIntyre      

“THERE’S A STORY BEHIND EVERY COLOUR” — Psychologies

Ever inspired by the magic of colour, Farrow and Ball’s creative consultant Joa Studholme loves painting her home in new and refreshing shades  

‘HOME IS A MUSEUM OF MEMORIES’ — Psychologies

Chantal Martinelli’s home is a ‘jewellery box’ of precious things – but it is also full of inspiration and fun…

“I’M BACK IN THE HOUSE I GREW UP IN” — Psychologies

Finally I did a homes feature about my own home! Below is just one page as a sneak peek…

“HOME IS WHERE I CAN EXPRESS MYSELF” — Psychologies

For February’s Psychologies, I went to meet interiors journalist Caroline Rowland at her pastel-pretty home in south London.  

‘I’M DOING WHAT I DID AS A CHILD, BUT BIGGER’ – Psychologies

From a flat in London’s Hackney, Lisa Comfort extols the benefits of crafts and home-making for a calmer existence.

“THIS IS A HOUSE THAT HAS SLOWLY EVOLVED” — Psychologies

For this month’s Psychologies, novelist Saskia Sarginson told me how her London townhouse is a long-standing, grounding force in her life.    

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