So you’ve searched high and low, scouring art galleries and flea markets, to find the artworks that express your personality. But how can you get the best out of your favourite pieces? We got together with Hubert Zandberg – founder of Hubert Zandberg Interiors and our new designer-at-large – to talk about how to hang art in your home.
From Kew Gardens to the Chelsea Flower Show, Londoners love anything that blooms. That’s why Florence Kennedy founded Petalon, to deliver the finest floristry to people across the capital.
As part of our celebration of all things floral, we’re sharing an extract from Willow Crossley’s book Inspire – The Art of Living with Nature, in which she discusses her love for bringing nature into her home.
Saint-Germain-des-Prés is the spiritual home of Parisian jazz. Students, artists and – according to legend – Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir would file into smoke-filled clubs to listen to the era’s musical greats: Sidney Bechet, Henri Salvador, Mezz Mezzrow. Paris has a special place in jazz folklore. Miles Davis arrived in the late 1940s, and wrote that “Everything changed while I was in Paris. It was like magic, almost like I had been hypnotised.”