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Homes & Antiques February 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
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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12 Issues

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the wonder of the stars

Long have we stared into the deep blue-black of the night sky, and mapped the course of the glittering stars. The history of astronomy is rich – it is at the same time a science, a hobby and an art form – and as such the antiques that it promises are varied. From technical equipment like telescopes and gyroscopes, to more artistic pieces such as lunar and constellation charts the antiques available are not only fascinating but also make for beautiful, romantic additions to our homes. We indulge in some very stylish stargazing from page 40.Back on terra firma, we have a quite extraordinary selection of homes for you this month. Tour the incredible Manhattan apartment of interiors doyenne Iris Apfel on page 54 – her maximalist style and…

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my five favourite pieces in this issue…

STAR LIGHT This Solar System antique brass light is one of the stars (forgive the pun!) of our shoot. SHOP THRIFTY Vintage furniture, such as this charming chest of drawers, can be practical, affordable and full of character. CLASSIC CHOICE A great antique rug will never go out of style, and this Moroccan example is worth investing in. LEMON GLAZE With such a pure yellow colour, it’s hard to believe that this Chinese bowl could date from 1678. ON THE PROWL Big cats are big news in interiors this year. This cheetah-spotted wallpaper is perfect for a wild style. ■…

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this month’s contributors

Jo Berryman tells us what’s on her ‘To-Do List’ An interior designer with a background in fashion, Jo’s signature style is luxe with a happy blend of old and new.‘My interior goals for 2019 centre around using nuanced shades of white and deeply pigmented paint colours, like Bronze Foncé from Emery et Cie. Throw in some tarnished metallics, natural stone and vintage florals – I’m currently salivating over the William Morris archive…’ Naomi Jones spoke to homeowner Caz Oliver in ‘Beside the Dark Side’ Naomi Jones is an interiors writer and stylist with a passion for eclectic homes full of art, antiques and unusual collections.‘We’ve been renovating our home for six years and we’re almost done, with just a few jobs…

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also available on your screen

Homes & Antiques is also available on your smartphone or tablet – visit buysubscriptions.com/homesandantiques on your digital device, and choose the ‘Digital Edition’ tab. You can buy single issues or take out a subscription so you always have H&A to hand. ON THE COVER Photography Philip Sowels Styling Jaine Bevan Subscribe TodaySAVE 50% plus free delivery p50 ■…

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letters

Old Friends Reunited For years I bought Homes & Antiques, and loved the variety of articles to suit everyone’s taste, but in 2011 I was made redundant and reluctantly had to cut back on a number of luxuries (one being H&A). However, earlier this year I received your offer to buy every digital back issue for a fantastically reduced price. I snapped it up and have been reading H&A almost every day since. It was hard to give up at the time but now it’s like you have never been away. Steve Eddleston, Lancashire Happy Memories Bea was delighted to see Charleston Farmhouse inside our November issue. It reminded her of a painting she did many years ago. For many years I have enjoyed…

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the month

the COLLABORATION WORDS ON THE PLATES Inspired by poet William Blake, this collection of porcelain plates, entitled The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess, is suitably flamboyant. A collaboration between luxe Italian e-store Artemest and artisan Italian porcelain manufacturer Richard Ginori, which is famed for its floral motifs, they come in pink, white and green and are emblazoned with words such as ‘desire’ and ‘love’ – rather apt, considering it’s Valentine’s this month. Go on, treat your sweet… artemest.com the FABRICS Armchair upholstered in Parker & Jules’ Leopard (Crimson Coral), from £89 per m, available in four colourways. Cushions in (from top) Woodland Floor/Coromandel Flower, Indigenous Ikat, Lace Ferns, and Baby Coromandel Flower/Coromandel Flower. PARKER & JULES JOIN THE FABRIC COLLECTIVE Relatively new on the…

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