THE LIV­ING IN­FLU­ENCER

Red’s best home buys this month

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TO DINE FOR

An­thro­polo­gie’s team-up with award-win­ning de­signer Bethan Gray brings a beau­ti­ful range of fur­ni­ture to the high street. To sit in th­ese vel­vet din­ing chairs is to be en­veloped, chicly.

TOP OF THE MORN­ING

The quest for per­fect por­ridge con­tin­ues. My cur­rent favourite in­cludes a dash of this sweet and fra­grant rose cor­dial stirred into oats and co­conut milk, with pis­ta­chios added on top. £9.99 for 250ml,

theeastin­di­a­com­pany.com

SITE FOR SORE EYES

Ah, the joys of shop­ping on­line for vin­tage pieces. It seems to be ei­ther an over­whelm­ingly vast mixed bag (hi, Ebay) or wishlist-wor­thy prices only (1stdibs.co.uk). Step for­ward, new site Se­lency, which hosts an edited range of an­tique and de­sign clas­sic sell­ers, but val­i­dates each list­ing and reg­u­lates the de­liv­ery. I’m cur­rently book­mark­ing sev­eral Art Deco pieces.

Visit se­lency.co.uk

A TREE IS FOR LIFE…

The most an­tic­i­pated ho­tel launch ever has fi­nally hap­pened

(I ran the ex­clu­sive on Heck­field Place in Red ’s April 2013 is­sue as de­lays be­gan…). In the Hamp­shire coun­try­side, it’s bu­colic, grand and I’m par­tic­u­larly in­spired by the in­door trees. It’s a state­ment that moves the house plant trend one step fur­ther. Tree ferns, par­lour palms and olive trees, as seen here, all thrive in­side.

£698 each, An­thro­polo­gie

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