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Burning designs: David Hicks for Jo Malone

How David Hicks’ son Ashley chose the prints for Jo Malone's shockingly patterned candles by Annie Deakin

Design with children in mind

An interior designer shares ten tips to creating a stylish child-friendly space, by Annie Deakin

DIY for dummies

New classes for the DIY illiterate are bringing back those long forgotten skills, says Annie Deakin

Trendy tea parties with Ella Doran

How Ella Doran’s 93-year-old Granny inspired Habitat’s new collection, says Annie Deakin

The Milanese design pilgrimage

What to look out for at the 50th Milan Design Week, says Annie Deakin

Mother of all treats

Has she been a good girl? Annie Deakin picks ten of the best Mother’s Day presents.

Matthew Williamson experiments at home

Fashion and interiors are one, says the designer in an exclusive interview with Annie Deakin

Trend forecaster Susan Llewellyn predicts the future

Why curtains, mandarin yellow and crystals will stand the test of time, learns Annie Deakin

Linda Barker’s thrifty tips for chic junk

Cashmere jumpers and vintage sherry glasses get an overhaul at this weekend’s Ideal Home Show, says Annie Deakin

How designing handbags led to making cheese tables

Design lessons learnt by Mulberry founder Roger Saul

Valentine’s Day designers with a difference

Annie Deakin talks to two designers who put an unconventional spin on romantic gifts

Highlights of Maison et Objet 2011

From Christian Lacroix fabrics to croissant-inspired sofas, it's Ooh là là at the Paris Show, reports Annie Deakin

Why Rosita Missoni won’t retire

At 79, the grandmother of Italian style is still very much in business, she tells Annie Deakin in an exclusive interview

Interior design scandal: wallpaper bares all

Why not paint a naked body with wallpaper, says artist Emma Hack in an exclusive interview with Annie Deakin

Trade fair report: Top Drawer

Who stole the show and what are next season’s predicted trends for the home? Asks Annie Deakin
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