SO­PHIE CON­RAN

Homes and Antiques Magazine - - LIFESTYLE -

Cook and home­ware de­signer for Port­meirion, so­phiecon­ran.com

19 -CEN­TURY SWING MIR­ROR

I find that sell­ingan­tiques.co.uk is such an amaz­ing re­source for stylish pieces. I am cur­rently work­ing on a men’s dress­in­groom pro­ject and I think this charm­ingly sim­ple de­sign will work re­ally well in the Ed­war­dian room, which has dark-brown mar­ble and wood fin­ishes.

SIX-ARM ‘OAK BRANCH’ CHAN­DE­LIER

This clas­sic, an­tique-style chan­de­lier would work amaz­ingly in my coun­try home. The house was once owned by the Duke of Welling­ton, whose oak-leaf sym­bol fea­tures heav­ily in the cor­nic­ing around the build­ing. I also love the idea of mighty oaks spring­ing from tiny acorns – mag­i­cal.

‘REEDED’ BALL KNOB

I adore the clas­sic sim­plic­ity of these el­e­gant knobs, and though they are nor­mally used for cab­i­nets, I will be us­ing them on the win­dow shut­ters of a Re­gency house, to match the door knobs that are al­ready there.

LEFT This six-arm ‘Oak Branch’ chan­de­lier costs £ 2,520 from Richard Taylor De­signs, richard­tay­lorde­signs.co.uk

LEFT This 19th- cen­tury swing mir­ror costs £ 285 from McBains An­tiques Cen­ter via sell­ingan­tiques.co.uk

LEFT Crafted from pol­ished nickel, this reeded ball knob costs £ 24 from SDS Lon­don, sd­slon­don.co.uk

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