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Real HomesReal Homes

Real Homes

March 2019

If you're planning to transform your home, the new-look Real Homes is the perfect magazine for you. It contains more amazing before and after pictures of readers' homes than ever before - providing all the inspiration you need for your own project. And whether you're hoping to build a kitchen extension, convert your loft or garage, or simply redecorate your living room, you'll also find the in-depth expert advice you need to make it a reality. Don't miss the all-new Q&A section, which allows you to get your home-improvement questions answered by industry experts –  from interior layout and design advice, to tips on budgeting and planning permission.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
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from the editor

(PHOTOGRAPH KATIE LEE) Hands up if you’re still on track with your New Year’s interiors resolutions? Or does the enthusiasm you had for a fresh new decorating scheme, the mass decluttering or that must-have extension project already seem like a distant memory? That initial ‘new year, new home’ excitement we all seem to have at the beginning of January can often evaporate as we lose motivation for the task ahead, but the great news is there’s still plenty of time to achieve your plans this year. With the imminent arrival of longer days, more sunshine (here’s hoping) and the brand-new homeware collections, there’s never been a better time to revisit (or keep up) those resolutions, get a spring in your step and start making a few changes to your home.If…

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inside track

URBAN MASH UP Take sleek New York apartment style, mix with British townhouse elegance and what do you get? An edgy, era-crossing scheme that oozes luxe retro. Barker & Stonehouse has launched its Downtown range, and it’s slick, smart and fun, with 1960s-style chairs, oversized pendants and opulent tables paired with metallic accents. Just slip on some primary colour flares and you’re away. EASY LIVING Calling all furnishing mixologists: these Barker & Stonehouse buys can sit alongside one another or standalone as statement pieces Flip clock, £125 Glass marble clock, £30 Daxon swivel chair, £785 Form green rug, £329 Halmstad small TV stand in concrete and walnut, £399 Hood desk lamp in burgundy, £55 (FEATURE ANNA MORLEY) HISTORY REPEATING The latest collaboration between Little…

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shopping secrets from a home stylist

TOP TIP FOR A SPRING INTERIOR REFRESH? I love to repaint rooms or areas that are looking tired. We’re currently working with an earthy and moody palette to cosy up our home for 2019. MY BEST STYLING SECRET IS... Using outdoor plants inside to add seasonal happiness. Potted shrubs and flowers, cut branches and dried seed heads last so much longer than a bunch of flowers and provide instant impact. They can be planted outside for a new lease of life when you want a change. ONE TO WATCH FOR 2019... Atelier Ellis paint – I am totally in love with the colours, finish and durability of the paint. We have already used Tea Rose, Tabula Rasa, Warm Mud Brown and Sabi Grey in our home. MY FAVOURITE…

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bookworm

How to Raise a Plant: and Make it Love You Back by Morgan Doane and Erin Harding, aka @houseplantclub (£12.99, Laurence King) This sweet little book is ideal for the novice ‘plant parent’, providing tips on how to choose and care for them. Indoor-plant experts and Instagrammers Erin and Morgan bring the subject to life alongside beautiful photographs of happy plants in the home. ■…

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transform your home

Are you looking to add more space to your home but unsure where to start? Make a date in your diary for the The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show (28-31 March) and get all the advice and inspiration you need to get your project off the ground. ■ EXTEND YOUR HOMEWhether you’re planning a single- or two-storey extension, you can get design advice from an architect, have an expert look over your plans, and find out if you need to apply for planning permission.■ REMODEL YOUR HOME Dream of knocking down some internal walls to create your perfect open-plan layout? Find out how to achieve it in expert renovator Michael Holmes’ seminar in the Home Improvement Theatre. ■ IMPROVE YOUR HOME WITHOUT PLANNING PERMISSIONGet advice from our dedicated planning…

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#now trending

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… YOUR NEW YEAR PROJECT, SORTED Fold away your Christmas jumper and get ready to embrace 2019: it’s time to get yourself organised and dive into your new year project. Whether you’re renovating a bathroom or creating an open-plan kitchen-diner, you’ll find inspiration and top tips on everything from tiling to insurance on our website. Ruzzini tile, £69.36 per m , Topps Tiles. realhomes.com/renovations EXTENSION HUB The spring and summer months are the best time to extend your home, but that doesn’t mean…

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