Style At Home

Style At Home

July 2021

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

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd


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Doing up my daughter’s bedroom (AKA the longest makeover in history) has reminded me that my own bedroom redo (my 12th birthday present!) kickstarted my love of interiors. The scheme was designed around a new duvet cover, my mum recovered an old sofa to match and I delighted in picking out accessories in The Pier. Fast-forward a few years and I put just as much effort into styling up my student room at uni, curating gallery walls and zoning the (tiny) space. Back then, I had no idea that I could turn what I enjoyed so much into a career, but looking back it makes perfect sense. Decorating my home brings me just as much joy today, and I’m guessing if you’re reading Style at Home, you’re a kindred spirit.…

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Wilko GLOBAL TEXTURES Take a walk on the wild side with natural materials and animal motifs Very MID-CENTURY MONO Combine abstract shapes and retro styles in cobalt blue and monochrome George Home TRANQUIL BLUSH Create a relaxed scheme of soft pinks and woven textures…

high-street news

PLANT ADDICT ALERT! If you’re precious about your houseplants, then the new range of care solutions from Plantsmith will let you treat them to a spa-like regime. From nourishing tonics and mists to a beautifying leaf shine spray, the collection has been formulated by horticultural specialists Richard Jackson and Martyn Cox to take your plant care to the next level. We’re in lust There’s nothing understated about these bold, modern, maximalist wallpapers from newly launched Lust Home, and that’s why we love them. The brand works with emerging artists to create these talking point, large-scale designs, which are also paste-the-wall for easy application. A tiger in the bedroom, lemons in the kitchen or hearts in the hall – why not? ANYDAY NOW… The new diffusion line from John Lewis brings all the quality and design…

trend spotting tropical leaves

Whether the sun is shining or the summer is a total washout, you’ll forever feel like you’re on a tropical island by embracing the trend for exotic leaf prints. From picnicware to home textiles, oversized monstera, banana leaf and palm motifs are taking over to create that year-round holiday feeling. Team lush and leafy prints with shades of blush for a contemporary take on the look.…

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the new look boho coastal

1.Create a chill zone Set a relaxed Bohemian mood with textured textiles. A macramé hanging chair brings the outdoors in, and if the cushions are tasseled, tufted, knotted or super-tactile, it’s in! 2. Mix varied shades of blue There’s no need to stick to just one shade – layer sky blue and turquoise with deep indigo and denim. These tones, when combined with grey accents, create a soft, blended scheme. 3. Use refined raw materials Rustic wood with exposed grain brings a casual coastal vibe. Give it a modern spin with refined shapes for woven pendants, baskets and wooden accessories. 4. Add subtle seaside accents Coastal style doesn’t have to mean all things deckchair stripes and beach huts; grasses, both potted and as prints, lanterns and pebbles all add a beachy feel without being too contrived. Nail the…