Coffee brewed? Comfy? This one's a bumper review! Well, it's a September issue, so how could it not be?! Let's get this show on the road, there's page after page of eye candy to devour. So, first up, the cover. I know, that wallpaper knocked me for six too; I'm really into cherry blossom at the moment and plus, aren't those brown colourways perfect for fall? You can check it out sans front cover type lower down (6). Early on we're treated to a statement yellow sofa (2) and a super douper affordable anglepoise-style floor lamp for £125 (sidenote - there's also a 'design classic' editorial on the anglepoise, too (4)). Up next we dive straight into a home tour (3) that "any James Bond villain would be proud of" and trust me, it's dark, moody and seductive. The spread (5, 6, 7) that follows - Decorating with Paintbox Florals - is one of the stand out editorials of the issue...those pendant shades are divine! There's a piece on using wooden furniture (8) in the home and monochrome lovers will enjoy the home tour (9) that follows. Still with me? Told you it was a goodun'! Ok, so there's a darling feature on creative work spaces (10) which is bursting with inspiration for anyone overhauling their home office. I had to post these fun pages on home organisation (11, 12); isn't that aircraft case a brilliant and quirky idea for home storage?! The final home tour is courtesy of Paola Navone's Milanese home, which demonstrates beautiful use of greens (13) and blues (14). A touch of practicality is offered for anyone looking to add a modern extension (15) and the ever-so-talented Living Etc team round things off with an interview with Kelly Wearstler. Right, I'll zip it and let you devour the visual goodness before you buy, buy, buy it!
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