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  • Eyes wide open
    Lifestyle

    Eyes wide open

    Sara Bellinato heads up the marketing at Story of Home. Her love of art and culture, and her social media expertise, make her a potent part of our family. Frequent visitors from her home in Northern Italy have led to Sara to explore London in greater detail than many Londoners ever do. Tales of the […]

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  • The house that Zoë rebuilt
    Lifestyle

    The house that Zoë rebuilt

    Expert advice on a Victorian home renovation. When Zoë Carter-Mackay and her husband returned from living in New York City looking for a London home, they set the bar high. They wanted a Victorian house full of period features that excited them as much as the Brooklyn Brownstone they had been about to buy when […]

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  • Picture Perfect
    Lifestyle

    Picture Perfect

    Simon and Jen are the Australian husband-and-wife duo behind the blog and Instagram account The September Chronicles, a much-consulted source of inspiration for Londoners looking to go out for the evening and head off for the weekend. Having originally left home on a one-way ticket honeymoon taking in 37 countries, Simon and Jen spend most […]

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  • Social Fabric.
    Lifestyle

    Social Fabric.

    Modest, funny, and the very definition of good-with-people, Matt and Alex, the founders of WEAR London, view the rise of their label as a happy accident. Their natural affinity with their customers and sharing stories makes them kindred spirits with Story of Home. We had a cup of tea with them in their Shoreditch home […]

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  • The Maker
    Interview

    The Maker

    “A frequent feature in London architectural conversations,” says Toby Inglis Hall, “is the intelligent, optimal and stylish extension. When they are precisely considered and exquisitely realised, they are a thing of quiet beauty. Thankfully, our Kentish Town kitchen dwells in one of the outstanding examples of the form.” Inglis Hall is a Lewes based design […]

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  • A very special engagement
    Industry Insight

    A very special engagement

    For homeowners and prospective landlords, engaging an architect is one of the most significant choices they will make. Like any good estate agent, an architect should be as interested in people as they are in bricks and mortar. They listen well, understand how their clients wish to live, read between the lines of a brief, […]

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  • Life Changing – In conversation with Leo Young
    Art & Culture

    Life Changing – In conversation with Leo Young

    Leo Young is on a mission to make the creative industries as diverse as the city he lives in, and he gets his inspiration from exploring every corner of London and immersing himself in the people and culture of our great city. Living in Stoke Newington, Leo was happy to welcome Tales of the City […]

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