Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Twig Hutchinson's home&hideaway


When I first laid my hands on a Toast catalogue a few years ago now, I just had to look up the stylist who had created such amazingness. That's when I decided Twig Hutchinson must be my favourite stylist if ever I had to name one (doesn't the name already conjure up images of a magical forest?). And surely if someone can create such wonderful scenes, her home must be pretty special, too? 

Unfortunately I haven't come across any photos from her home online, so I took some snaps of her home featured in Atlanta Bartlett's Easy Elegance (photographed by Polly Wreford and published by Ryland, Peters & Small).




But what I did find, quite by chance, was this clip of Twig Hutchinson showing her little hideaway at the end of her garden - do take a look, it's a d r e a m.


11 comments:

  1. Oh I have that book but never knew the connection between Toast and her!
    Her home is inspiring I can see just why you love her styling. I recognise that old floral door photo too, it's very popular online.
    I am going to follow your link now sweetie, kat x

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    1. Hi lovely Kat, I don't think she's been doing the Toast catalogues recently, but certainly the ones I first came across that really got ingrained in my brain. You're right about the door, it's even featured here but I didn't realise the connection until I followed the picture credits at the back of Easy Elegance :) . I'm sure you'll enjoy the link - and she seems like such a down-to-earth, lovely person (well of course:)) ♥

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  2. loving her style! and disco balls in fireplaces.

    smiles.

    michele

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  3. The house is so relaxing but her garden hideaway is perfect. Wish I had that in my backyard.

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  4. Thank you for sharing this dream-place with your readers. Such a good eye for the simple, distressed objects. I can see why you like her so much. That Door! Priceless.

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  5. I want that door! Beautiful

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  6. Oh my! Perfectly distressed, so beautiful and charming!

    Fra

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  7. lovely post ~ i do have this book & this post has reminded me how lovely it is....weekend reading i think
    xx

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  8. Oh lovely- love the marble top table and that door/wallpaper- just perfect x

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