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Ideal Home March 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Ideal Home is Britain's best-selling interiors magazine and has been empowering home-owners to make the most of their properties for over 80 years. The magazine covers every aspect of contemporary living, from a wide range of transformed houses, kitchens and bathrooms.

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United Kingdom
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English
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TI-Media
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We talk a lot in Ideal Home about classic style and timeless choices, because we’re not into wasting money or trends that only last a season. That sits comfortably with me, being more of a planner than a spontaneous type, but the older I get, the more I appreciate the joy of acting on a whim! And, looking around my home, I realise that while the well-researched buys that have paid off over time give me solid satisfaction, it’s the things I bought or did without over-thinking them that give me daily heart-pings of joy – like the silly gold pineapple sippy cups I added to an Amazon order with my nieces in mind, but now use for workday water, the frame I painted around my bedroom window with some…

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WE KEEP SEEING... RATTAN It’s back again, striking a balance between boho and trad A John Lewis sofa for £299! The House collection at John Lewis boasts furniture that’s practical for small-space living and multi-use rooms, all without a hefty price tag. The range has an on-trend palette and fresh designs throughout, but a piece that’s really caught our eye is the Sweep sofa, which proves that bijou pieces can be beautiful. Beautility on a budget We’re not claiming the Housekeeper range from Dunelm will make cleaning any less of a chore, but it will make it more stylish. There are smart storage tins to help restore some order under the sink or hide away ugly cleaning bottles (from £7), and the traditional feather dusters, dish brushes and wooden airer (£29.99) are so much prettier than…

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