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This text takes the reader on a tour through John Stefanidis' country home, created 24 years ago from a collection of assorted outbuildings. Room by room, he reveals his secrets and offers tips. The book includes plans of the house and garden, showing how he achieves his style and effects.
"Large and small, town and country, main house or holiday residence, these houses exude atmosphere and individuality. It may be the use of light, color or fabric, or how furniture is placed and beautiful objects are arranged. His ideas combine to make each room stylish and unique.".
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A unique look into the homes of London-based interior designers, antique dealers, musicians, and influencers, revealed by leading interior design photographer Simon Upton Following the success of his first book, New York Interiors, Simon Upton turns to London--a city in which he has been based for most of his working life. Exploring an incredible range of homes in this vibrant city, Upton looks behind the scenes into the private spaces of creatives and influencers. Presented in two parts, the book begins with "Town," which is devoted to the homes of those who live solely in London, such as grandee of interior design John Stefanidis; House & Garden's Interior Designer of the Year 2019, Maria Speake; industrial designer and architect Tom Bartlett; fashion designer Bella Freud; model Poppy Delevingne; and antiques dealer and interior designer Adam Bray. Then, "Country" showcases those who divide their time between London and a retreat in the British countryside, which includes names such as antiques dealers Jorge Perez-Martin and David Gibson, known as Brownrigg; film director Gaby Dellal; and designer Jasper Conran. With a foreword by iconic decorator and Upton's friend Nicky Haslam, London Living reveals a series of unique locations, each illuminated by an interview in which the owner defines their true meaning of "home."