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We’d love to see this timeless accessory make a comeback to the 21st century home.

Tick tock, tick tock… In the digital 21st century we so rarely need a clock anymore. Instead, we’ve replaced them with screens! Screens are practical enough when it comes to keeping track of time, but they certainly lack the charm of the traditional clock. It’s easy to forget the fabulous intricacy behind clockwork mechanics, these pieces are a feat of brilliant design and craftsmanship.

These remarkable vintage storage units will add spades of character to your kitchen

What does the kitchen of your dreams look like? Perhaps it’s decked out in a glorious colourful hue or is a calming neutral space with lots of white. It goes without saying that we can’t resist a gorgeous historical kitchen, which of course isn’t complete without a rustic antique larder or a set of weathered deep pantry drawers…

The Curious House: designer Joanne Burgess talks salvaging antique finds

Interior designer Joanne Burgess runs The Curious Home, which exists to provide an expert’s eye when it comes to sourcing salvaged and reclaimed materials for historical home renovations. Joanne’s multi-faceted approach to design has even equipped her with a knowledge of upholstery and she is known for breathing new life into one off pieces by covering them in bold prints!

A Model Recommends: Ruth Crilly’s Best Vinterior Buys

Ruth Crilly – international fashion model and beauty insider – made the bold decision a year ago to up sticks and move her young tribe to the heart of Somerset. Embracing life in the bucolic English countryside also meant relocating from her modernist house to a historical Georgian property. Thus began the challenge of merging Ruth’s love of mid century modern design with other period pieces, all of which you can see developing over at @casacrilly. Here Ruth gives a spirited run through of her favourite finds so far…