I’m extremely excited about H&H’s latest special issue, finest Decorating, which will be on newsstands only starting March 26th!
My associate Meg Crossley as well as I co-edited this latest mag over the past a number of months as well as we can’t wait to lastly see it in print. We hope you enjoy it, too, as well as think about it a keeper issue. It’s packed with inspiring pictures as well as embellishing how-to tips from fellow editors as well as experts, as well as it’s brimming with product as well as paint suggestions. (Keep your eyes open for this cover shot, a gorgeous story styled by Joel Bray as well as shot by Angus Fergusson!)
Working on the issue, we gathered story concepts as well as motivation from favourite style websites, books, blogs as well as magazines — even our own H&H. It was a trip down memory lane pouring over the back problems of H&H, as well as I had to chuckle every time I saw my living space mantle at house appear in a magazine spread. It can be slim pickins’ for story places as well as every editor has, at some point, ponied up his or her home as a area to set up a picture shoot. For some reason, my living space has had its fair share of coverage. It’s small, however has great light as well as great bones, decent trim work as well as a ageless mantle (surrounding a fireplace that doesn’t work!). There isn’t a great deal of furniture or clutter in the space (save a emotional piano I truly requirement to relocate), to ensure that may be one reason the space is frequently utilized for shoots. Plus, it’s your fundamental white shell from top to bottom as well as makes for a clean canvas for editors’ creativity.
I’ve rounded up many incarnations of my mantle. loyal visitors will most likely acknowledge it from over the years. even our picture editor Leslie Williams understands it well — she’s been blurring out the cracks as well as chips on it for years!
This shot appeared in our July 2006 issue, styled by Stacey Smithers as well as photographed by Nina Teixeira. Pottery in shades of blue as well as a faux coral vignette add a summery feel to the room.
This shot from our September 2007 problem was styled by Morgan Michener as well as photographed by mark Burstyn. The cubby bookcase was highlighted as an unforeseen location to store fireside wood.
This is from our June 2008 issue, likewise styled by Stacey Smithers as well as photographed by Donna Griffith. Log wood storage again! this time around in the hearth of my unfortunately non-functional fireplace.
Here it is once again in our August 2009 issue, styled by Sarah Hartill as well as Michael Penney, photographed by Stacey Brandford. The now ubiquitous fallen antlers discover a house in the hearth in our Art of screen story.
Here’s my living space transformed into a dining space for our December 2009 problem by stylist Sasha Seymour, photographed by Angus Fergusson. The mod artwork conceals the original built-in mirror as well as totally modifications the vibe.
For more mantel styling tips, see our Fireplaces & Mantel screens picture gallery.
Kredity fotografie: 1. home & house finest embellishing special issue2. home & house July 2006 issue, photography by Nina Teixeira3. home & house September 2007 issue, photography by mark Burstyn4. home & house June 2008 issue, photography by Donna Griffith5. home & house August 2009 issue, photography by Stacey Brandford6. home & house December 2009 issue, photography by Angus Fergusson