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Ideal Home November 2019

Published by TI Media Limited 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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At this time of year, I feel zero guilt for closing the front door behind me on Friday and barely venturing out until Monday morning. It’s so easy to pass a joyful weekend pottering about in my badger slippers, conducting slow-cooker casserole experiments with tins of butter beans from the back of the cupboard, cleaning all the dusty lampshades with a lint roller (so satisfying…) and attempting artistic displays of pine cones and battery tea lights (the cat tries to sniff real flames). This issue is full of the simple pleasures of winter at home, so shut the door on all anxieties, pour the tea and indulge……

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the style editor

One Small Step SUSTAINABLE FABRICS AT FRENCH CONNECTION HOME The new denim collection at French Connection Home is proof that sustainable can be luxurious too. Its textiles include rugs made from recycled plastic bottles (trust us, you’d never know…) while waste denim and leather make up the Sea Storm rug and Lunar Blue cushion. Surprise in Store Cute bar stools at Dunelm Bar stools have become a bit of an in-joke with the Ideal Home team – there are so many ugly ones out there. But there’s no danger of making a style slip-up here because Dunelm’s new selection of stools is a complete revelation. With statement looks designed to suit every kitchen, you can prop up your breakfast bar in total style. Whether your taste is glossy and glamorous, modern country, sleek Scandi or…

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ideal vs great deal

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8 work of art rugs

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japanese vibes

Japanese design is known for its extreme simplicity and beauty – and who doesn’t want more of those in their life? We’ve discovered that the high street is being inspired by the Japanese principles of kanso (basically, less is more) and wabi-sabi (embracing imperfections). Which means you’ll be spotting a lot of lovely bamboo and wobbly ceramics out there.…

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midnight botanicals

VINTAGE ILLUSTRATIONS Add depth and drama using bold hand-drawn flora with a vintage feel, printed with eco-friendly inks. Garden of Eden, £149 for three rolls, Mind The Gap at Banbayu ENGLISH GARDEN Prettify walls with digitally printed British butterflies resting on a buddleia bush in a striking palette of dark green, white and orange. Buddleia, £140 a roll, Lorna Syson FEELING FRUITY Vibrant citrus fruits combined with native summer florals bring the Italian coast to life against an atmospheric black background. Amalfi Umore, £60 a roll, Graham & Brown SMALL-SCALE SCANDI Exotic palms and flowers get a Scandi update with a monochrome design featuring gold highlights. Hope in Black and Gold, £40.50 a roll, Caselio at Wallpaper Direct HERITAGE PANELS This is inspired by illustrations in the Natural History Museum’s Hintze Hall. Botanize in Blackberry, £150 a roll, Natural History Museum at Divine Savages…