.. is the title of our latest published work in the July 2011 issue of Period Living magazine…
.. on pages 74 to 80 – featuring Janet and Ken Hamilton’s villa called ‘Jasmin’ near the French Riviera village of St Paul de Vence.
“When Janet and Ken Hamilton started looking for a French getaway to renovate they were delighted to find a villa they’d stayed in years before.”
And this lovely wee note from the magazine’s Features Editor…
.. which really made my day
Plus we are also delighted to hear that the feature has already attracted a very nice enquiry – a reader who has just seen the villa in the magazine, wrote to say: “simply have to stay there”.
Having stayed there for the photoshoot, we can totally endorse the fact that it is stunning.
Janet & Ken did a superb job on it in every way – the ultimate “I want to be there” sort of place – overlooking the French Riviera village of Saint-Paul de Vence.
So a big Merci to everyone involved – nous voulons être là aussi.
À la votre
Marie & me.
.. is the title of our latest published work in the June 2011 issue of Country Homes & Interiors magazine…
.. pages 46 to 51 – featuring Pauline Bingham and Alasdair Henderson’s stylish new-build house near the sea-side village of Groomsport in County Down.
“New-builds can be beautiful too as Pauline Bingham and Alasdair discovered in their country retreat by the sea.”
So a big thanks to everyone involved.
A beautiful magazine as always – and lovely to be in – so congratulations to Pauline & Alasdair and thanks for inviting us in.
Is the title of our latest published work in the June 2011 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
.. on pages 78 to 90 – featuring Sharon and Graeme Cleland’s home near Portstewart in County Londonderry.
“Having spent several family holidays in New England, Sharon couldn’t resist introducting a touch of the US style within her elegant coastal home in Portstewart.”
So a big thank-you to everyone involved – the quality, as always with this magazine, means it looks amazing – which is always lovely to see, after all the hard work has been done.