Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor
Take inspiration from the elements As the sun peeps out, many of us start to venture outdoors and appreciate the natural world. We picnic by the gentle lap of water, go for walks surrounded by a blossoming earth, explore woodland and camp around a glowing fire. The elements are powerful – if you’re into horoscopes then you’ll probably know which one you most relate to – and incorporating them into our interiors brings warmth and energy. In our cover feature (page 8) Elvis and Kresse have converted their Grade II Listed Kent mill by creatively using raw, salvaged materials – wood, metal, granite, leather – and an almost zero budget. The result is an authentic home that, whilst full of character, feels very modern. And Darren Peskett (page 96) enjoyed sourcing the organic, reclaimed pieces for his home’s renovation so much that he opened his own vintage store. Staying elemental, we speak to artist Barbara Franc (page 74) who creates charming animals from old and found metal, and we explore the magic of fountains (page 90) and our age-old celebration of water sources. Whichever element you have the greatest synergy with – mine’s definitely water – all of them bring their own unique feeling and sense of connection to the world beyond our walls and windows. And, by blending them into our homes, we can experience the dynamism of nature, and really bring the outside, in. I hope you enjoy the issue. Loma-Ann Marks, Editor