If you like it, you should put a dome on it. Alan Ashby has a fondness for glass domes and their decorative appeal in the modern home.Read More
Gemma Redmond explains the ever increasing popularity of vintage plastic costume jewelleryRead More
Concrete buildings, replaces, furniture, lighting, sculpture and jewellery – once you start looking, Brutalism can be found just about everywhere!Read More
You don’t need to be an explorer to embrace the exotic at home, explains Karyn Sparks
The arrival of tribal art in the first half of the 20th century awoke something in the Western world. The cultural diversity of these beautifully shaped objects captured the eye of the collector and art lover and has been one of the most interesting sectors of the trade to evolve over recent years.
At midday on 6th October 1990 John Trevillian stepped into a three-bedroomed, semi-detached, ex-council house in Essex and started a personal journey that grew into a 25-year project: To take a standard English dwelling and transform it into a wonderland of inspirational locations, each set in a different time and place.Read More
I can hardly believe it was this time last year, that we were celebrating our fifth Anniversary and merging both magazines to become VE.Read More