When Ross Morris and Ian Brown set up an Instagram account so their friends and family could follow the progress being made on their 1930s fixer-upper in Reading they could not have imagined how central to their life it would become.
At Home With my AGA
We catch up with the renowned chef to chat about art, life in the kitchen and AGA cooking.
Much has been written about Tom Sellers. How he left his working-class roots in Nottingham to work under some of the world’s most famous chefs, including Tom Aikens, Thomas Keller at the French Laundry in Yountville, and René Redzepi at Noma in Copenhagen. How he returned to London to open his first restaurant, Story, when he was just 25 and was awarded his first Michelin star just six months later before gaining his second in 2021.
We dropped in on Sassy to take a look at her gorgeous kitchen and find out what she’s been cooking on her new AGA ...
Saskia Gregson-Williams and her boyfriend, Ed, were splitting their time between Los Angeles and the UK before they decided to move back permanently because they were concerned about the impact travel has on the environment.
For more than 16 years Daisy Lowe has been at the forefront of the fashion industry and is well known for her commitment to body positivity and promoting a healthy lifestyle. She’s starred in major campaigns for designers including Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs, is the author of a well-received cookery book, was a competitor on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing and is a keen activist on environmental issues. We caught up with her in her gorgeous new kitchen…
Most people would be thrilled to have one beautiful kitchen, but Gemma and Jasper Middleton are lucky enough to have two. There's the one they have at home and the one they have here at the workshop for their company, Middleton, which specialises in bespoke kitchens.
When Lizzy and Adam Carnell first saw their house in a village just outside Wetherby they knew it was the one. They’d loved the area for some time and had been waiting for the right property to come on to the market. They also knew it would be a project.
We caught up with Sam Sims, founder of Up All Hours, an online resource for parents. Sam’s spending the lockdown period with her husband, Asa, and their eight-year-old son, Barney. We talked cooking, home schooling and the juggling act of life today…
Interiors journalist Linda Clayton tells us why only an AGA would do when planning her new kitchen extension
Laura Berkeley-Hawkes and her husband, Gary, share their home with their three children, Gracie, 19, Harvey, 17 and 15-year-old Luke. The house was built in 1888, but since then has only been owned by three other families. The last time it was sold before Laura and Gary took it on late last year was in 1979.
Embarking on a major building project can be stressful for any couple, but Graham and Emma took it one stage further by doing much of the work themselves. Graham handmade many things from the doors on the kitchen cabinetry through to a clever sliding wooden wall.