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Homes & Antiques March 2019

Homes & Antiques is the magazine for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era, providing a unique mix of the very best of the old with the very best of the new. That's why, as well as being the official magazine of the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, every issue delivers an inspirational blend of heritage and lifestyle.

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United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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the return to colour

Move over spring cleaning, this year, we’re all about spring painting. Here to help you pick the right hue for your next project, we have not only pulled together the most exciting colours of the season, but we have also suggested the sorts of antique collections that will really sing against each on-trend palette. Turn to page 42 to be inspired... Our homes this month are also likely to leave you dreaming of your next design project (from page 55). Whether it’s the cheerful combination of patterns at play in Jonna Saarinen’s 1920s home (p80), or the incredible way that Gemma Lewis has pulled together salvage finds to luxurious effect in her cottage (p64), these homes are sure to get your creative juices flowing. In fact, so inspiring is Gemma’s use…

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my five favourite pieces in this issue…

WINNING PATTERN Catherine Rowe’s busy print is my top pick from the four winners in Liberty London’s latest competition. FASCINATING RHYTHM This 19th-century ceremonial lacquer drum from China is vibrant and full of character. FROM THE LIMELIGHT As a former stagehand, I’m always thrilled with vintage theatre finds, such as this Baby Floodlight. SIXTIES ICON Usually a statement piece, the original Ball Chair blends in among Jonna’s bright, Scandifilled living room. A NEO-GOTHIC STEAL A simple design and a quality piece, this Augustus Pugindesigned platter was a bargain at auction.…

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this month’s contributors

Alex Pole speaks to us in ‘Meet the Maker’ A blacksmith, bladesmith and axe maker based in the South West, Alex makes kitchenware and runs courses from his forge, which sits on the edge of a cider orchard. ‘The event I am most looking forward to is The Good Life Experience in North Wales. It just gets better and better every year. A fantastic place for all ages to get involved with making, cooking, music and the countryside.’ Rachel Whiting photographed our cover home Rachel is an established interiors photographer working for both commercial and editorial clients. Her work is well known from many homes magazines, as well as several interiors and craft books. ‘The Victoria and Albert Museum opened the first phase of its new photography centre recently, so I’m really looking forward to checking that…

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letters

A trip down memory lane I thoroughly enjoyed reading the ‘Out of the Ordinary’ travel feature in the February issue – it brought back many happy memories. Forty-eight years ago and newly married, we lived in Forest Hill, almost next door to the Horniman Museum. We visited on a regular basis with guests – and in time with our toddler son (now 47) – and all thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful grounds and the quirky contents of the museum. We now live on the County Durham border, near Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle, and can recommend a visit to anyone coming to the North East. Another iconic building and wonderful museum. Sheila Hay, Barningham Fan of Foujita In the February issue I was so jealous of the owner of Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita’s sweet Fillette aux…

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the month

the WALLPAPER HERITAGE HOME Little Greene’s latest collection, London Wallpapers V, is a careful edit of 11 designs based on preserved papers from English Heritage properties. You’ll find something for every room, from stencilled stripes to peacock feathers, each sensitively updated for the modern home. Prices start from £70.50 a roll. littlegreene.com the SOFA FAMILY FAVOURITE Imagine piling onto this elegant yet oh-so squishy sofa for movie night with the brood – you’ll find it hard to peel yourself off again. Part of Arlo & Jacob’s Henry range, it’s a beautifully crafted nod to Scandinavian design, with pulled-button detailing and castor legs for a touch of classic style. Prices start from £890 for the Henry armchair. arloandjacob.com the COLLABORATION BLUEBELLGRAY & BUTE The vivid prints of Bluebellgray sit effortlessly with Bute’s tactile woollen fabrics – ‘sit’ being the…

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style . now.

GOOD COOKING If you’re dreaming of a new kitchen, the bespoke designs at deVOL might just have you reaching for your credit card. The handmade, handpainted Shaker units pictured here – teamed with a large fluted sink with brass taps – live in a renovated Edwardian villa in Cardiff. Simply adorned with an understated personalised backdrop of plants and decorative pots, the whole effect is beautifully chic. Prices start from around £12,000. 01509 261000; devolkitchens.co.uk Cosy corner This is just the sort of snug, homely scene we yearn to hunker down in at this chilly time of year. These uplifting Lucienne Day-inspired fabrics, from the new Orchard collection by Vanessa Arbuthnott, set the room off a treat – the armchairs are covered in a May Blossom print, while the curtains are made from…

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