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From a minimalist Scandi-style kitchen in Brighton with lots of pretty feminine touches, to a contemporary family design that also works as a busy West London home cookery school, what I love about every reader’s kitchen featured in this issue is that they are all so full of true personality. The epitome of this has to be our cover story – the kitchen of fashion editor and blogger Erica Davies – which has so many layers of interesting buys and finds, it has you reaching to take notes at every turn. See True Colours over on page 24. Speaking of colour, it seems that the designer’s fear of working with anything but greys and neutrals is finally abating this season, with so much more interesting pattern, shape and, yes, even colour returning to the fore. While we can’t imagine that avocado suites in bathrooms are coming back in just yet (or ever), there is definitely a feeling now for more experimental surfaces, tiles and furniture than ever before. Turn to Lucy Macdonald’s feature Statement Style on page 114. November is typically the time to batten down the hatches and snuggle down for the winter season, and one of the best ways of doing this is by firing up the log burner and layering on the extra blankets and throws. For inspiration on buying a wood-burning stove this winter see Hygge for the Home on page 100 and for getting prepared with new bedding and linens see Time to Hibernate on page 135. If this winter is also the time for you to start planning that new-build kitchen extension, there’s loads of ideas and advice in Cook up More Space on page 86. We hope you enjoy this practical yet cosy issue!

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