Interiors

Anthology + Me!

The new issue of Anthology Magazine is finally out and it’s gorgeous. It’s the kind of magazine that you handle with care, turning each page with delicate fingers. I’m notorious for trashing magazines when I read them, folding down pages and eventually tearing out ones I like and putting them in folders for inspiration. But not this one. This one remains pristine after being read cover to cover.

I also happen to be in this issue. They did a feature on our house which was shot just days before the movers came. Even though I was anxious to begin sorting things out and getting rid of stuff, I had to keep it nice until the shoot was over. I’m so pleased to have these lovely pictures of my house as it was just before we left for London. It’s a sweet reminder of the wonderful times my family and I spent there.

I also styled two other pieces for the issue: the apartment of Joy Cho (Oh Joy blog) and the house of celebrity hairstylist Davy Newkirk.

You can order the magazine online and buy it in select stores including Anthropologie.


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5 Comments

  • Reply Kate {domestikatedlife} June 1, 2011 at 1:52 am

    Just read this issue and wanted to stop over and tell you your home is gorgeous — it's so charming and looks like a very welcoming and fun vibe!

  • Reply SL Kim June 6, 2011 at 2:56 am

    yes, loved the article on your home – am now a fan of your work!! good luck on your search for a home in London and will look forward to reading about your adventures here on the blog!

  • Reply Emily Henson June 6, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Thanks! It's such a great magazine and an honour to work for them and be featured in it.

  • Reply Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. June 26, 2011 at 2:40 am

    Can you get this in U.S?

  • Reply Emily Henson June 26, 2011 at 8:25 pm

    Alison – yes it's a US based magazine, out of San Francisco in fact. Subscription only but available in select stores, including some Anthropologies. You may be able to order copies from their website too. Pricey at $12 but worth it.

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