HomeStyle January 2021

This is our promise to you – we’ll bring you all the beautiful things you really want, at prices you won’t believe, to create a home that you love completely. We will scour the high street, internet and beyond to uncover the best bargains. Team that with quick fix makeover secrets, throw in a menu of fuss-free recipes, then add simple makes to sneakily cheat the look , and you have a magazine to come back to time and time again, all at your fingertips on your tablet or phone. What more could you ask for!

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1 min.
welcome to our january issue!

The holiday season is the perfect opportunity to plan your decorating projects for the new year ahead, so this issue is full of clever ideas for quick and affordable updates as well as inspiration for larger makeovers and renovations. Discover fresh style ideas that won’t break the bank on page 78 and take a few tips and inspiration from this issue’s homeowners, who have all rolled up their sleeves, brushed up on their DIY skills and got creative to restore and revamp their gorgeous homes. You’ll love Sarah Gibbons’ colourful transformation of her once-bland new build on page 14 and our cover star Laura Chambers’ industrial style kitchen-diner on page 26 is giving us serious kitchen envy! Our decorator’s moodboards this issue (page 67) reveal three of the hottest colour trends for…

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2 min.
shop the high street

Oliver Bonas WORK CRUSH Jazz up your home office or desk space with these colourful and comforting items Wilko PEACEFUL PASTELS Recreate the soothing serenity of the great outdoors, indoors! Hunker down with these cosy, pastel pieces HomeSense TROPICAL ESCAPE Bold colours, wooden accents and plenty of plants will liven up a dull or dated bathroom Sainsbury’s Home DATE NIGHT Emulate the glitz and glamour of your favourite restaurant with dark colours and gold accessories…

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1 min.
how to style the look

1 Warm, earthy tones like mustard and dark orange will make your work space feel more inviting. Contrast these warm colours with a neutral background to make them stand out, and to keep a sense of cool professionalism for those Zoom calls! 2 Introduce plants at a range of levels, some desk height, some on the floor and some even hanging if possible. Studies have found that surrounding yourself with greenery can really boost productivity levels. 1 Turn your bathroom into a relaxing, tropical hideout with the use of natural textures like rattan and wicker. Hanging plants (real or fake) create a soothing, rainforest vibe. 2 Inject some exciting colour into the room with bold shades of blue and red. Animal-themed accessories and figurines add a playful touch too!…

3 min.
the wish list...

WINE AND DINE New interiors website, Homebody Decor, has stocked this beautiful range of luxe, sparkling cutlery from brand Fifty Five South, just in time for NYE. These knives and forks will add a polished look to your table setting alongside twinkling candlelight and plenty of bubbly! Choose from either a classic gold or disco-inspired iridescent finish. They’re comfortable to hold and easy to clean; just wash them in warm soapy water to ensure long-lasting shine. Now, get cooking up a treat so you can dine in style. homebodydecor.co.uk ONE STOP SHOP More and more of us are relying on online shopping, but browsing furniture on the web can be tricky and time-consuming. Where do you start? Step in ufurnish; a one stop shop for furniture browsing. Founded by a husband and wife…

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7 min.
i added pattern and colour to every room

‘I don’t decorate just to look good; the important thing is to have a comfortable home that we can enjoy living in’ MY STORY We’re only the second family to have lived in this house, so thankfully it was in great condition, and it was nice knowing that everything was in working order. It felt like a house we could put our own stamp on, and it was a bonus that all the rooms were plain as it gave me a blank canvas to work with. Being a new-build, we thought nothing big needed doing, but actually there was lots we wanted to do. I love a roaring fire, so the first thing on our to-do list was getting one installed. It was actually really easy as it went on an external wall…

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1 min.
welcome to my home

A BIT ABOUT ME I’m Sarah Gibbons-Poole, 35, a fashion merchandiser. I live with my husband, Chris Poole, 35, a digital IT manager, and our one-year-old daughter, Cleo Valentine. I Instagram our home updates at @step_into_no.17. WHERE I LIVE Our home is a detached four-bedroom house in Wickford, Essex. It was built in 2014 and we moved here in October 2016. WHAT I WANTED TO CHANGE Because it was a new-build, we didn’t have the renovation issues period properties often have, but the whole house was full of magnolia box-like rooms, so I needed to find ways to add lots of personality. HOW I MADE IT MY OWN We both love colour so we did a few practical projects straightaway. I then chose paints, fabrics and home-made crafts to add character, pattern and texture to each space. MY…

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