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Where the wild things go

Ever since the sun-baked, hedonistic days of Woodstock, Britain has prided herself on a vibrant festival culture. While the world-famous Glastonbury still juggernauts along booking the big names, dozens of smaller niche festivals have cropped up all over our green and pleasant isle. Cornwall’s Post Elliot, Wiltshire’s End Of The Road, the infamous Bestival on… read more

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3 of the best social enterprise projects for colour-lovers

There’s a growing trend for homewares made by enterprising companies motivated either by tackling social problems, improving communities and people’s life chances, or being able to work using materials and methods that are environmentally sound. Here are three we’ve found that embody a conscious ethos within gorgeous colour-rich pieces. Paris designer Léa Beart collaborates with Panamanian craftspeople Paris-based… read more

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The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist