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Style At Home October 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!

The weather’s turning, which means the season of cosiness and scented candles is upon us! Much as I loved sundowners on the patio this summer, I’m not too sad about that. On the sofa, wrapped in a fluffy throw with a snoozing cat on my lap and holding a G&T is basically where I belong in life. Small updates can be all it takes to ring the changes that’ll have you falling back in love with every bit of your home. And you and I both know that doesn’t have to take much – or any – money. This issue is full of creative ideas to make your home look special, but we know you have plenty of your own – so please do share them via our Insta hashtag…

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this month’s love it!

Cupboard under the sink over-flowing? Use baskets and tins on open shelves to help house supplies We know Dunelm's new cleaning range won't make chores more appealing, but at least it'll make them more stylish. There are smart storage tins to restore some order, refillable swaps for plastic spray bottles and traditional wooden brushes. 3 of the best… TRAD CLEANING BUYS…

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10 under £10

Ring the changes with seasonal buys that will cosy up your home…

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high-street news

NEXT’S COLLAB ALERT! You’re probably familiar with Scion’s Mr Fox, but there’s more to the lifestyle brand than him. It’s teamed up with Next, transforming its retro-meets-modern Scandi prints into an exclusive range of curtains, lighting, statement cushions, artwork and rugs. The new line of nurseryware gives Mr Fox his moment to shine! Head-turning lights Lighting newby Houseof, launched just last year, is back with its second collection of daring designs. Creating impact with surprising shapes and colour confidence, there’s the unmissable Opal ball chandelier, that’s all about new-wave glam, or how about the Diffuser lamp for a striking hit of green? IT COULD BE DESIGNER! We think you’re going to want to make space for George Home’s speckled Simplicity range. The tactile stoneware definitely deserves a spot on open shelving where it can be…

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trend spotting cool cacti

Team with tropical pineapple accessories Don’t worry if the real deal leaves you feeling prickly, it’s easy to still indulge in the craze for these spikey houseplants with homeware. While tropical leaves are also top of the trends list, who can resist the curious columns and thorny textures of cacti? Mix up shapes and colours for dynamic desert style or add a pop of green to a global scheme.…

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the new look warm minimalism

1. Try a velvet accent chair Add a single statement chair in a luxe material like velvet or leather to act as a contrast to natural materials, such as smooth stoneware, sandstone, off-white marble, wood and textured linen. 2. Go for an oversized lamp Avoid little knick-knacks, instead add just a few stand-out ceramic vases, candlesticks or lamps with strong, curvy silhouettes. 3. Layer cushions Going by the Kelly Hoppen school of minimalism, it’s all about taupe – the key is to turn-up the colour scale and mix in luscious caramels and dusted terracotta. 4. Pick a skinny-legged table Slimline feet will create an airy sense of space by lifting everything off the floor. Go for super thin frames and unfussy, linear designs. Nail the style PARISIAN CHIC Pair soft but strong shapes with rich neutrals…