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Based in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, Caroline Inchyra works only with pure natural linen and wool, using a subtle colour palette that sits so perfectly in an English country house, from deep reds, soft pinks, greens and mustard yellows, to aged blues and greys.
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SIX MONTH SUBSCRIPTION to Homes & Gardens magazine when you buy more than 5 metres of PatternSpy Perfect Plain linen before the end of July.
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Panoramic wallpaper used to create murals such as this normally cost a small fortune, but this pair of panels from Andrew Martin's collaboration with Kit Kemp offers a more achievable option with a wonderful aged painterly feel that makes it look as though it is painted on the wall.
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Northumberland-based Charlotte Gaisford has succeeded in creating a range of fabrics and wallpapers that bring something fresh to the world of interior design
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My new range of perfect linens for £38 metre! I have never found a fabric that makes more beautiful curtains, blinds, sofas, cushions and headboards than good quality linen.
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The hugely talented British printmaker Molly Mahon has put together this fresh decorating scheme using her exquisite Marigold linen.  Hand blocked to her
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Yachts, pools, outside dining and seating areas can all be given a fresh new look with bespoke outdoor cushions, handmade in the UK from Amelfi.  Available in a gorgeous array of base colours, trims, borders and pipings, they can be made up in any combination or size for a truly personalised look. 
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Champion of English style Susie Watson of Susie Watson Designs has put together a fabulous decorating scheme using a combination of reds and greys from her range of fabrics and paint.
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Carmine Lake has lauched a set of new unique wallpapers. Set on a black background, there are three versions, bee (Bombus Botanicus), dragonfly (Anisoptera Botanicus) and stag-beetle (Lucanidea Botanicus).
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Mixing pattern, colour and texture in a decorating scheme comes naturally to those with experience and a keen eye, but can seem daunting to the rest of us.  Colefax and Fowler's house style is synonymous with an ability to mix colour, contrasts, pattern, texture and scale.  

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