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Gallery: At home with natural history

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  1. Old furniture mixes with custom-made objects in the living room, the neutral palette accentuated by graphic pattern and natural textures. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  2. Mia with her two children, Oliver and Stella. Their bedrooms are the only bright rooms in the house. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  3. Glass-fronted blue-grey cabinets in the kitchen display Mia's crockery. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  4. Her 'Butler' light is clamped onto bookshelves which are packed with inspirational books and stationery. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  5. Soothing shades of grey and charcoal make up a layered effect in the master suite. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  6. Mia Widlake in the studio space in her home, where she works and her husband and children paint. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  7. In the dining space, shoe moulds decorate a wall. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  8. A faceted skull from Ceramic Matters. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  9. Mia's office pinboard holds ideas and her children's drawings. Picture: Karl Rogers, House and Garden magazine
  10. The August issue of Conde Nast's House and Garden magazine is on sale now.
 

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