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Style At Home August 2020

Published by TI Media Limited Every issue contains inspiring real homes, room transformations, easy makes, step-by-step projects, finishing touches and great value shopping, plus a special pullout 'Cook it' section, with 50+ quick and easy recipes

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Future Publishing Ltd
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hi there!

What’s your summer holiday reboot looking like? Instead of facials ’n’ cocktails at a spa hotel on the Isle of Wight, Ma Richmond and I will be sipping rosé while wearing sheet masks on the patio at home instead. There’s a mental picture for you! This issue is packed with tempting mini projects if you’re inclined towards a productive week or two off work. Or even big ones if you love a challenge (I really need a garden bar like the one on p81). But if it’s pure escapism you’re after (and I’m with you on that one), then settle into your sunlounger and drool over the lush real homes (from p18) and beautifully put-together looks, then spend some blissful hours getting lost on Pinterest! If you do get busy…

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best in store

Dunelm PLAYFUL SHAPES Ochre and blush pink team with whimsical prints and soft velvets for a light-hearted feel Next Home DARK GLAMOUR Create an opulent scheme by contrasting dramatic monochrome with metallic accessories Matalan COUNTRY COASTAL For a laid-back look, combine sunshine yellows, watery blues and natural weaves…

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high-street news

Eco-chic tableware A clever dupe for hand-painted ceramics, these bamboo-fibre plates will make your dishes look even more tempting. The plastic-free picnicware looks just as good indoors, too. Patterned bamboo plates, £6.75 each, Re-Found GOT A SOFT SPOT? There’s no doubt the trend for animal print is here to stay, but would you fancy a leopard print carpet? Carpetright’s Madagascar range is all tonal, so the neutral finishes let you be adventurous with pattern without fear of a colour clash. However, no one wants a lounge that looks like Carole Baskin’s wardrobe, so avoid too much animal print elsewhere. AVO-GO! Brunching has given this green fruit Instagram star status and now it’s #Avocadogrowing that’s trending. Suspending the seed with cocktail sticks is the budget-savvy option, but we’re loving these Jan.Ne.Ke Handmade DIY Growing Kits, which include…

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trend spotting tutti frutti

Summer is in full swing and we’re feeling fruity. This totally tropical trend has our mouths watering and our homes and gardens rejoicing for a bit of feel-good colour. Pack a punch with patterned picnicware and go bananas for fun printed cushions – while tropical towels and parasols will perk up those sunbathing sessions in the garden.…

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the new look global blush

1. Add an abstract print Pair plain tableware with a few patterned hero pieces. Look for a pitcher, plate or serving bowl featuring cut-out leaves, bold brushstrokes or overlapping shapes. 2. Go for super embellished textiles If it’s got fringing, knots, pom-poms or tassels, it’s in! Stick to on-trend tones of clay and terracotta that blend perfectly with grey or neutral furniture and fences. 3. Pick seating withcleanlines Counter the texture from plants, billowing linen curtains and woven cushions with modern benches in a seamless design made from smooth, hard materials, such as stone or polished concrete. 4. Get creative with planters Zone an area with varied levels of plants by grouping embellished baskets and pots on stands. Go for a mix of rustic materials, such as string, rattan, seagrass and stone. Nail the style DESERT ROSE Mix the boho…

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