Style At Home

Style At Home

May 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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What’s on your bank holiday to-do list? The tantalising prospect of socialising outdoors has meant that sorting the garden has shot to the top of mine. I won’t have a built-from-scratch outdoor kitchen and living area done by March 29 (over-ambitious plans are a bit of a bank holiday tradition in my house), but I can have a good tidy up and refresh the borders with new plants. Indoors, I’m determined to nail down my colour scheme and get busy with a paintbrush. The real homes in this issue are full of colour, from Kerryanne’s bold grey kitchen (page 20), to the pastels in Anna’s bedroom (page 34) and the bright pink handrail on Deborah’s stairs (page 48). Such different approaches to colour have left me spoilt for choice. When…

this month’s love it!

Is there such a thing as too many cushions?! We don't think so. One thing's for sure, B&M's Good Vibes squishy beauty and quilted turquoise cushion with hot pink tassels will upgrade the sofa line-up with a tropical-glam twist. Time to pile on the style. 3 of the best… METAL SIDE TABLES…

best in store

H&M Home SLEEK MONOCHROME Achieve a dynamic feel with graphic shapes in black and white George Home SPRING FLORALS Create a joyful scheme using fresh hues and pretty flower motifs Habitat MODERN COUNTRY Leafy green shades and natural oak furniture create a contemporary look…

high-street news

WOW WALL LIGHTS House Of, a creative force when it comes to lighting design, is back with a super-cool range of wall lights. Channeling a mix of modern Scandi and Miami vibes, the collection is minimalist with flair. More than just lighting, the sculptural shapes and surprising colour finishes have resulted in pieces that are mini works of art. Ikea update ’s Ivar These smart new rattan cupboard doors are the result of Ikea having hacked its own staple storage system, Ivar. For just £25 a pair, the doors transform shelving from open to hideaway with this textural Instagram-worthy upgrade. The doors can be attached to any piece of storage furniture in the Ivar system, so you can mix and match open and closed shelving. It’s ideal for newly appointed working-from-home stations, an…

the new look miami modernism

1. Choose graphic cushions Opt for minimalist lines, where the overlapping shapes and colours result in an energetic finish, lifted by embroidered or tufted embellishments. 2. Inject good vibes slogans Wake up to positive mantras every day. Whether it’s on wall art, accessories or cushions, a cheeky slogan or two bolsters this uplifting style. Bold fonts make a statement. 3. Soften with curves This look reflects the signature shapes of Art Deco style combined with a bit of whimsy. Pick up on recurring circles or arches to soften the lines, in artwork, mirrors or table lamps. 4. Pick ice cream colours Reminiscent of the iconic buildings of Miami’s South Beach, mix peachy pink and sky blue pastels with sunshine yellow and indigo. Black or brass accents add an elevated finish. Nail the NEO DECO Mix cool curves with inspiring…

1970s flair

Put on your bell-bottoms, pop on a vinyl record and do your best John Travolta to Saturday Night Fever because ’70s style is back! Dramatic angles are teamed with playful curves for laid-back mid-century style, while soulful shades of ochre yellow, burnt orange and dark wood grains ground the look firmly in the 1970s.…