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Real Homes

Real Homes July 2019

Real Homes magazine brings you all the home improvement ideas and advice you'll need for your own project. Every issue is filled with expert tips and amazing before and after images of real home transformations, giving you plenty of inspiration for your own extension, renovation or redecoration project. Whether you're looking for the latest on-trend buys for every room in your home, practical advice about project planning and budgets, or in-depth case studies detailing everything from kitchen extensions to loft conversions, Real Homes magazine provides you with everything you need to make your dream home a reality.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprog:
English
Udgiver:
Future Publishing Ltd
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I DENNE UDGAVE

2 min.
from the editor

Looking through the many houses we feature on the pages of Real Homes, I’m always inspired by the creativity, passion and, quite frankly, sheer determination demonstrated by the homeowners to transform their properties into the type of space they’d always dreamed of. There aren’t many of us blessed with the kind of budget needed to snap up the ‘perfect’ house that magically appears on a Rightmove search when you increase your top price bracket by an extra £100,000 – hands up if you’re guilty of that little trick! So opting for the ugly (but affordable) duckling on the street as a renovation project, or perhaps redesigning and extending the property we already live in to work better for family life, can be a more feasible way to achieve our ideal home. That’s…

1 min.
real homes

EDITORIAL Editor Beth Murton Assistant Editor Alison Jones Features Editor Ellen Finch Style Editor Anna Morley Deputy Style Editor Amelia Smith realhomes@futurenet.com 01527 834456 ART Head of Art Billy Peel Senior Art Editor Emily Smith Art Editor Karen Lawson REALHOMES.COM Editor in Chief Lucy Searle Associate Editor Lindsey Davis Staff Writers Annie Collyer, Anna Cottrell, Hebe Hatton and Emily Shaw BRAND DEVELOPMENT Brand Development Editor Laura Crombie Video Producer Matt Gibbs ADVERTISING AND EXHIBITIONS SALES Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Group Media Director Mark Wright mark.wright@futurenet.com Strategic Partnership Director Jackie Sanders jackie.sanders@futurenet.com 01527 834426 Print Sales Manager Rebecca Vincze rebecca.vincze@futurenet.com Digital Sales Manager Kelly James kelly.james@futurenet.com Exhibitions Sales Director Hellen Roche hellen.roche@futurenet.com For all media sales enquiries please contact sophie.gill@futurenet.com or call 01527 834411 CIRCULATION Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers PRODUCTION Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Vivienne Calvert MANAGEMENT Brand Director…

4 min.
news

SITTING PRETTY Hurrah! The weather is picking up, which means we will soon be hunting for somewhere to bask in the sun. Lounging in comfort and style can be as simple as turning to Argos, as they’ve recently released a striking, globally inspired selection of outdoor furniture. A simple palette of black, white and mustard is used in patterns across accessories and comfortable seating – ideal for a welcoming and informal space. EASY LIVING Want to feather your outdoor nest further? We don’t blame you. Here is a look at some more delights from Argos’s latest collections INSTA FOLLOW BLOOM & WILD You can tell we’re all about summer as this months insta inspo is very much flower powered. Flower delivery experts @bloomandwild have a lovely feed with fresh, on-trend florals galore, plus handy tips on…

1 min.
shopping secrets from a home stylist

QUICKEST WAY TO REFRESH A ROOM FOR SUMMER ... Bring the outside in. Use large, green houseplants or indoor trees. Even if we’re experiencing a typically ‘British’ summer, it will still feel tropical inside. MY BEST STYLING SECRET… Start with what you’ve got. Clear all cushions and accessories off shelves and sofas. Get rid of anything you no longer love or is beyond repair, then reposition the rest. It’ll feel like you’ve got a new look without spending a penny. ONE TO WATCH FOR 2019... Instagram is great for spotting new stores, especially online ones. I recently noticed Houseof.com who have launched a sculptural and colourful range of lights. I predict great things! MY FAVOURITE SHOPS ARE... Hortus in Blackheath (hortuslondon.com). Essentially a garden shop, it also sells really considered gifts. WA Green (wagreen.co.uk). stocks witty, clever…

1 min.
# nowtrending

GET INVOLVED We always love to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the latest news, behind-the-scenes shoots and gorgeous imagery. Plus, share your homes with us using #sorealhomes and you might just find yourself featured on our feed… GET GREEN-FINGERED It’s gardening season! Get off to the right start with our guides to all things outdoors, from planting to alfresco living. Alps compact dining modular set, £1,299, Dobbies. realhomes.com/garden TUNE IN TO OUR TV SHOW Can’t get enough interiors inspo? Don’t miss the fantastic Real Homes Show! With a new episode every fortnight, we’ll help you transform your home, whatever your budget. Tune in for expert advice on making the most of small spaces and decorating with colour, plus great money-saving tips. Visit realhomes.com/tv or find us on YouTube. BARGAIN CORNER We love…

3 min.
lisa dawson

when I started posting on Instagram two years ago. Back then my decorating approach generally involved on-the-spot decisions, a quick trip to B&Q and some very slapdash paintbrush action. I’m not an interior designer and for me, the idea felt simply out of my league. I was quite happy pinning away on Pinterest, endlessly falling down a rabbit hole of inspiration. You sit down for 10 minutes to have a quick browse for living room ideas and before you know it, two hours have elapsed, you’ve styled a dining table, pinned your summer wardrobe and have an entire board of new looks for your hairdresser. ‘MY NINE YEAR OLD HAD STRONG IDEAS ABOUT HOW HE WANTED HIS ROOM DECORATED. I COULD BARELY BREATHE WITH THE STRESS OF IT’ Before Pinterest, I was…