Posts Tagged by 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.    

‘YOU HAVE TO ALLOW EACH OTHER FREEDOM’ — Psychologies

For July’s Psychologies’ My Home slot, I visited the charming author-illustrators Catherine and Laurence Anholt in their home in Devon. This is a stunning artists’ house which makes anyone within its grounds itch to pick up a paintbrush.          

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