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The Greenwich Peninsula: No.3 Upper Riverside

By Adam

Just over a week ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to Greenwich Peninsula where Knight Dragon were revealing its collection of 126 homes at No.3 Upper Riverside, one of seven neighbourhoods within the Peninsula.  Be serious chaps, as proud Londoners, to live on the Thames is well and truly life goals. Add to that an incredibly modern and […]

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The Melitta Coffee Machine – One of Life’s Great Privileges

By Adam

Coffee worship is becoming such a popular bandwagon to jump on. Gone are the days where Starbucks was praised for its quality coffee and community feel. It’s now seen as an unattractive commercial giant, whose ‘bubbly’ staff ask for your name…and somehow continue to get it spectacularly wrong. The proverbial nose of the coffee snob, upturns at […]

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The Nova Building Penthouse Deluxe

By Alex Noble

Chappers, have you ever been flicking through a magazine or simply googled, ‘perfect homes,’ and stumbled across a place where you think to yourself, ‘Wow, that is literally my dream home?’ Of course you have; we all have, multiple times. It’s these seemingly unattainable goals that keep us motivated and driven for more, on a […]

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Sotheby’s Contemporary Curated

By Adam

Last week we attended Sotheby’s to check our the Contemporary Curated exhibition. It was to preview the auction this week, that will give a chance to young collectors to experience a Sotheby’s buying art-buying experience. In the month, where £400,000,000 was spent on a painting, this collection of art is fair more accessible, with some pieces valued at just a few-hundred pounds. […]

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The Dapper Chapper Coffee Table with Camerich

By Robert Etheridge

The coffee table: a focal point; the life and soul of the party but equally happy propping up a book and a hot beverage on a rainy Sunday, these four-legged companions are more dependable than a golden retriever. The role furniture plays in our daily life can easily be overlooked. Personally, I find it’s the […]

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The Affordable Art Fair

By Michelle Connolly

When creating a home, after the obvious pieces of furniture and the colour of the paint, our next thought is usually – what can I put on that wall? While there can be some nice prints to be found in the mainstream stores, sometimes you crave something more original, a piece nobody else can just […]

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Top Tips for a Dapper Soiree

By Michelle Connolly

  We all know the Dapper Chapper is a man about town, seeking out exclusive spots of sophistication, with both finger on metaphorical pulse, and ear to fabled grapevine. But what about that lost art of entertaining at home? A relic of our parents’ era perhaps? Who, admittedly, weren’t still sharing converted warehouses with seven […]

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Ceramic art by Ipek Kotan at Decorex London

By Robert Etheridge

 Limoges porcelain vessel with satin metallic glaze Whatever your opinion of autumn, it is perhaps pure coincidence that this evocative time of vibrant colours and the end of summer coincides with the beginning of the London Design Festival. For the interior design community, Decorex is one of the more important dates in the calendar. Synonymous […]