Contents of issue 106, March & April 2016

Homes & Interiors Scotland magazine

REGULARS

IN THE FRAME David Dunbar, chair of Festival of Architecture 2016
THIS LIFE Kris and Graham Currie, owners of kids’ lifestyle store, Bon Tot
MONITOR What’s new and exciting
INTERIORS NEWS The headliners
IDEAS IN DESIGN How to do the home office for different spaces
TRENDWATCH Tribal, industrial, tropical
HEIRLOOM Hermès Carnets d’Equateur collection
SAMPLER Turquoise paint; woodland wallpaper; velvet fabric
HOW BIZARRE Well Proven, Transnatural label
WELL READ Tomes for your table
MEET THE MAKER Wood worker Neil McKinlay, Caleb & Taylor
KIDS NEWS Keeping the children happy and you entertained
AVARICE RAF Mk1 Cluster Bomb drinks cabinet by Touched Interiors

BEDROOMS

LOOK BOOK Siesta time
BEDSIDE LIGHTS Create the right mood
CASE STUDY Utilising every space in the bedroom
CLEAN UP The best laundry baskets
BED TIME Sleep in comfort and style
ASK THE EXPERTS Tips from the specialists
CABINETRY Clever storage solutions
KIDS’ SPACES Cool rooms for the children

Image by: Benjamin Benschneider

Opening shot The American landscape doesn’t half suit a Tom Kundig building. The architect has an affinity with the country’s rugged empty spaces. This is Studhorse, in Washington State, built in 2012 for clients who wanted to experience and engage with the surrounding environment during all four seasons. Image by Benjamin Benschneider.

ARCHITECTURE

BUILT TO LAST A contemporary reimagining of a Georgian villa sees this house get some solid foundations
SITE SPECIFIC After a bumpy start, this self-build project came together quickly and effectively, with impressive results
GET CONNECTED A new, open kitchen and dining room connects to the garden in a conservation area

ART & DESIGN

NEWS What’s happening where
ART WORDS Andrew Cranston, Mandrax
WATER WORKS Wil Freeborn’s masterful watercolours show a personal side to Scotland

Interior photography by Neale Smith

Photograph by Neale Smith

INTERIORS

PERIOD DRAMA A conversion within a Georgian manor house ticks all the boxes for modern living
LAKE SUPERIOR Family history and fresh, subtle updates make this cabin a summer hotspot
CAPITAL SUCCESS How one couple overhauled their whole home themselves

Rume sofa

Page 210 Petal sofa in yellow, from £2721, Rume

GARDENS

NEWS What’s out there
CASE STUDY Design ideas for your outdoors
ECO Green is good

PROPERTY

NEWS The latest developments
FANCY THAT Cleish Castle, Perth & Kinross

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