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MODERN MEDITERRANEAN STYLE FOR YOUR HOME

Med motifs have been given a contemporary look for summer. Update your home with classic tiled walls and floors, graphic motifs and bold blues and yellows but with a chic, designer edge. See our gallery for inspiring ideas and stockists…

Sweaty Betty knows good tennis kit

SUMMER FITNESS TIPS FOR SOUTH LONDONERS

Stay in shape and enjoy tip-top health this summer with these handy tips for those lucky enough to live in south east London…

Brockley Market is one of south east London's most popular

11 SOUTH EAST LONDON FOOD MARKETS

There’s nothing better than a stroll around a market come the weekend – shades on, iced coffee in hand… The Resident rounds up 11 of our favourite south east London weekend grazing hangouts

Festival of Love, Southbank Centre

8 OF SOUTH LONDON’S BEST SUMMER EVENTS

The area’s cup runneth over with fun and festivals this summer. Living South Resident rounds up its top five alfresco events from The Festival of Love at Southbank Centre to Lambeth Country Show

Martin McLoughlin has selected a palette of colours from Conran, Zoffany, Fired Earth and Farrow and Ball

HOW TO ‘COLOUR POP’ YOUR HOME

Designer Martin McLoughlin’s eye for colour is demonstrated beautifully in his contemporary Blackheath flat, and now he’s launched a bespoke colour consultation service to help you liven up your home

Oliver Sharp runs the Blackheath and Greenwich branches of Black Vanilla gelateria

BLACKHEATH’S BEST INDEPENDENTS

With independent businesses facing tough trading conditions, The Guide Resident chats with some of the local stores keeping our high streets vibrant and unique

One One One Pilates Blackheath

BARRE PILATES IN BLACKHEATH

One One One Pilates, Blackheath’s boutique, fully equipped Stott Pilates studio, has launched a new Total Barre class. Combining dance-like moves and the foundational principles of Stott Pilates, this workout tones and strengthens the legs, core and upper body

RUSSELL NORMAN ON LIFE IN SOUTH LONDON

It was accident rather than design that led London restaurateur Russell Norman to move south of the river, but now he’s here to stay

Hugh Bonneville in Downton Abbey

ACTOR HUGH BONNEVILLE ON WHY DOWNTON ABBEY WORKS

From comedy to costume drama, nothing seems beyond Hugh Bonneville. The Londoner tells Frank Grice about his break in acting, and how he loves playing the Earl of Grantham

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