Catriona Gray is House & Garden's resident book expert. Having studied English at Trinity College in Dublin, she went on to do a masters in eighteenth-century literature at Cambridge. After a stint at British GQ, she found her way to House & Garden, where she developed a love of modern design. Catriona's house in London is filled with mid-century furniture. 'As I don't drive, I've become good at persuading bus drivers to let me drag my junk-shop finds on to crowded buses; so far I've managed a desk, a coffee table and a large rattan chair.'
House & Garden is part of the Conde Nast group of magazines and was founded in the UK in 1947. It is one of the world's leading interior design magazines. For over 65 years it has set the gold standard in design and decoration for the home and has an archive of hundreds of thousands of images. Where House & Garden leads, other home interest titles follow. Since its inception, its pages have acted as an authoritative 'Who's Who' of interior design.
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