Contents of issue 102, July & August 2015

Homes and Interiors Scotland magazine

REGULARS

IN THE FRAME Martin Waller, co-founder of Andrew Martin
THIS LIFE Florist Rosie Leslie at her village shop and home
MONITOR What’s new and exciting
INTERIORS NEWS The headliners
TREND WATCH Yellow, safari, blue and white
MEET THE MAKER Chocolatier Stacy Hannah of SugarWings
SAMPLER Lime fabrics, Med-blue wallpapers and pink and yellow paints
HEIRLOOM The Léman fountain pen
HOW BIZARRE The Paloma light for Serralunga
WELL READ Tomes for your table
KIDS NEWS Keeping the children happy
REPORT Houseology launch
REPORT Kitchens International
REPORT Jeffreys Interiors Dunkeld
AVARICE Based Upon’s ‘The Baby’ piano

KITCHENS

LOOK BOOK Styles and trends
ESSENTIALS Cooker hoods
OPEN UP A traditional kitchen goes big
PARED BACK A sleek space to cook and dine
GOOD WOOD A natural built environment
ASK THE EXPERTS Over to the specialists

Opening shot, issue 102, Homes and Interiors Scotland

OPENING SHOT. Photograph by Neale Smith

ARCHITECTURE

CROFT ORIGINAL Two crumbling farm buildings are rebuilt, connected and given new life in the Cairngorms
ALL WHITE A once dark stone cottage has been opened up to the northern light
BACK TO BASICS An unusual progression for a new-build in Renfrewshire

ART & DESIGN

EASTERN PROMISE Tom Pigeon takes flight from the Kingdom of Fife
ART WORDS Hayley Tompkins

INTERIORS

SEASIDE FAMILY A Tigh­nabruaich villa gets a relaxed, elegant makeover
CLASS ACT A conversion in Glasgow takes urban sophistication to new heights

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SUMMER SPECIAL

HAMPTONS How to work Long Island chic
ESSENTIALS Rattan seating, beach towels, parasols, barbecues, deck chairs and pitchers
HOLIDAY BUYS Interior designers and the treasures they’ve bought on holiday

GARDENS

NEWS Items to entice you outdoors
STYLE IDEAS Garden structures
ESSENTIALS Outdoor lighting

ESCAPE

GO MODERN The Old Fire Station, Argyll

FOOD

NEWS What’s cooking
RECIPE Food to make you full

PROPERTY

NEWS Where to live
FANCY THAT Lyndale House, Skye

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