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Three leading stylists and interiors experts hand-pick an edit from the new M&S home collections

 

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“Layering plates is
an easy way to make
your table feel more
inviting”

Pip McCormac
Red lifestyle director

Dining inspiration: “I was drawn to the Nordic Smoke range of crockery – individually hand dipped but still inexpensive, its marbled effect sings with serenity. I love the tactile shapes of the glassware [coming soon] designed by Sue Timney, which I’ve offset with warm gold-finish Astoria cutlery. Pairing woods with greys and whites makes it easy to play around – the colour combination is very liveable and you can fill the table with it still feeling calm.”

 

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Alex Stedman
Stylist and founder
of the-frugality.com

Create a bedroom sanctuary: “I think a bedroom should be a space to switch off and unwind, so I’ve refrained from too much clutter and ‘stuff’. Classic white is kept neutral by swirling in some grey. Timeless and constantly chic, it acts as a great canvas if you want to add some colour. Taking a lead from the M&S nod to Scandi design, I’ve used some copper, which really warms up the room.”

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Russell and Jordan
Founders of 2 Lovely
Gays interior design

A living room retreat: “We wanted to design a relaxed, inviting space that’s a retreat from the buzz of the world outside. Starting with the Conran Dalton sofa, which has a real feel of cool Manhattan, we built a complementing colour palette of lilac greys and soft greens. Then by mixing in mythological motifs with soft botanicals, this room is given life.”

 

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