Your April issue of Country & Town House magazine is hitting newsstands on Friday, and this month it’s the interiors issue featuring Samantha Cameron, designer Sacha Walckhoff, master jeweller Giovanni Raspini and more…
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Inside the April interiors issue, you’ll find…
The Rurbanist: Samantha Cameron reveals her signature dish, style must-haves, daily ritual and where she goes to ‘lose’ herself.
High Society: C&TH shares the latest on the London social scene, including a glimpse into our Great British Brands party at Annabel’s.
Conversations at Scarfes Bar: Artist Liza Campbell joins Charlotte Metcalf this month to talk travelling, artistic obsessions and photographing for Tatler.
Wall Flowers: Spring florals emerge in full force thanks to Erdem and de Gournay.
Lifting the Lid: Interiors editor Carole Annett speaks to three foodies about what it takes to create the perfect kitchen.
Tuscany with Giovanni Raspini: Escape to the Tuscan Hills with the help of the expert jeweller
Plus: Our editor Lucy Cleland reviews a new gut programme in Kamalaya, Sebastian Coe talks all things Jazz and Sofia Tindall heads to the home of Sacha Walckhoff to talk clashing prints design heroes.
This month our contributors share their dream dinner party guests and what’s missing from their home…
Which household item could you not live without? A large traditional camino (fireplace) to cook Florentine steak and bruschetta.
Which home would you like to be a fly on the wall in? I would love to have been in Elvis’s home when The Beatles went to visit him.
Who’s your dream dinner party guest? I queued for four hours for the Rolling Stones concert in Rome, in the July heat. It has to be Mick Jagger.
What’s missing from your home? I love rock music, so I’d have a professional music room where I would play with my group.
Which household item could you not live without? My classic De’Longhi Icona coffee maker makes every morning better.
Which home would you like to be a fly on the wall in? Any of the royal residences to see what’s going on inside at the moment.
Who’s your dream dinner party guest? The all-time great female traveller and pilot, Amelia Earhart.
What’s missing from your home? One day, I’m going to have a sprawling, tree-filled garden.
Which household item could you not live without? Without a doubt my coffee machine. I absolutely live on caffeine.
Which home would you like to be a fly on the wall in? The Kardashians. Just to witness the madness.
Who’s your dream dinner party guest? Artist Georgia O’Keeffe and photographer Ansel Adams. They were friends and worked side by side. I adore both their work, and think that dinner would have been fun.
What’s missing from your home? If I could have a studio and a darkroom at home I don’t think anyone would ever see me again.
Which household item could you not live without? A Bialetti Moka hob espresso maker. It knocks the socks off any fancier coffee machines.
Which home would you like to be a fly on the wall in? It’s got to be the White House – it could never be boring.
Who’s your dream dinner party guest? William Morris. I also think he’d be really pleased about the revival in British craft today.
What’s missing from your home? A dog flap. I get driven nuts having to let the dog out every time he spots a squirrel or cat on his turf.
Fashion Director: Nicole Smallwood | Photographer: Jonty Davies