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Studio is part of the successful Taylist Media portfolio, which includes consumer magazine Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms and kbbreview, the leading business title for kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retailers.


Textile designer and artist Margo Selby talks to Elspeth Pridham about the world of weaving


Ahead of the 10th edition of Clerkenwell Design Week, we look at the key launches to hit East London

Products Specifying a home cinema involves more than simply installing a projector, says Sean Hannam


We look at projects in the Bathroom Design over £25,000 category at the Kbbreview Retail & Design Awards

Professional Kay Hill looks at why vintage furniture is so popular and how best to specify pieces in your clients’ homes


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Weaving in her workshop in Whitstable, Margo Selby creates what she calls Sudoku in colour. Editor Elspeth Pridham speaks to the textile artist and designer about her varied career and what comes next.

Having a home cinema is increasingly popular – but how do you specify it? Sean Hannam speaks to experts in the field about creating an effective scheme without compromising the design aspect.

Ten years, seven exhibitions, one design trail, countless showrooms and pop-ups: our preview looks at the key launches and events at this year’s anniversary edition of Clerkenwell Design Week.

This month, we look at the projects nominated – as well as the winning scheme – for the Bathroom Design over £25,000 category in the 2019 Kbbreview Retail & Design Awards.

Full of character, vintage furniture has an evergreen appeal for buyers of all ages. Kay Hill looks at the case for specifying retro pieces, the reasons for its popularity and how to include it in a scheme.

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