CELEB DESIGNS: TAKE HOME STAR STYLE; to Celebrate Its 40th Birthday, Habitat Asked Celebrities from the World of Film, Fashion, Sport and Music to Design a Product. Their Creations Are Now on Shelves in Habitat, Waiting to Give Your Home a Touch of Star Quality

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CELEB DESIGNS: TAKE HOME STAR STYLE; to Celebrate Its 40th Birthday, Habitat Asked Celebrities from the World of Film, Fashion, Sport and Music to Design a Product. Their Creations Are Now on Shelves in Habitat, Waiting to Give Your Home a Touch of Star Quality


Byline: Words: Naomi Greenaway

KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS LEATHER BUREAU

With her new `office hamper', The English Patient star can use all those hours sitting around on set to pay bills and parking tickets instead of having to mingle with her co-stars, who've included Tom Cruise, Ralph Fiennes and Hugh Grant. What a relief for her. The bag is designed like a mobile bureau with a blotter for letter-writing and room to store a laptop, pens and papers. `It's beautiful, but also very practical,' says Kristin. `I can't stand decorative things that aren't useful.'

Leather bureau, pounds 159

EWAN McGREGOR

DIRECTOR'S CHAIR

Who better to redesign the classic director's chair than someone who spends a lot of time lolling about film sets, like Star Wars actor Ewan? The black canvas and wood creation may look like any ordinary chair, but it has strategically-placed cushioning and a clever wee pouch to store a script - or a remote control and empty crisp packets. And let's face it, it's the nearest most of us will ever get to sitting on Ewan McGregor's lap.

Director's chair, pounds 99

HELENA CHRISTENSEN

FLOWER LIGHT

Helena's inspiration for her flower light came from a dinner party. `The dining table was decorated like a wild garden, complete with a grass-covered table-top and flowers popping up everywhere,' she says. …

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