THIS MONTH’S CONTRIBUTORS
(and their favourite examples of French design…)
Carolyn Boyd wrote ‘Brocante Breaks’ page !"#
A lifestyle and travel writer for 20 years, and former editor of France Magazine, Carolyn has an in- depth knowledge of the country. She also writes regularly for The Times, National Geographic Traveller, The Guardian and several other national publications. ‘I love the Appartement Témoin in Le Havre – a complete show flat set up to reveal how these iconic 1950s homes would have looked inside when the first residents moved in.’
Tom Ra eld talks to us in ‘My Style Story’ page !$%
Tom is a furniture and lighting designer who creates products out of wood using the historic method of steam bending. You may have seen his home, a masterpiece of Tom’s steam- bending abilities, on Channel 4’s Grand Designs.
‘ It’s the work of French product designer Ronan Bouroullec that I love, especially his furniture. He designed a range for Hay with his brother – look out for the Élémentaire chair.’
Penny Wincer photographed ‘Scandi Sophistication’ page &'
Penny is an Australia- born interiors and lifestyle photographer based in south London. She’s often found travelling around the British countryside photographing creative and inspiring homes. When not shooting, she usually has a book in her hands. ‘ I love low-key, simple design and don’t think you can go wrong with a Parisian park chair, like the Luxembourg armchair by Fermob.’