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Homes & Gardens June 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Homes & Gardens celebrates the beauty of classic and contemporary style. Real-life homes with stunning photography deliver inspirational decorating while remaining real and relevant. Homes & Gardens is the ultimate sourcebook of beautiful ideas and detailed information, inspiring its readers to become their own interior designers.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
TI-Media
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor's note

Welcome to the H & G100 issue. It has been an absolute joy to put together. We have infused the whole magazine with a whiff of heritage, from the news and shopping pages – Passion for Pattern shows classic designs that are still on the roll – to the Dream Sitting Room by Veere Greeney in a Lutyens home. We have also created fabulous one-off features, both out of content plundered from the archive and looking to what’s next in design. I’d love to hear what you think of it all. Also in this issue we publish the The Hundred List, our edit of people and brands that have shaped today’s interiors. Although it was hard to whittle down, we admire every name on there and see them as game-changers. Looking to the…

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homes & gardens

Editorial Director Sarah Spiteri Executive Editors Kate French and Neil McLennan Group Creative Director Emma Williams Group Chief Sub-Editor Anne Esden Commercial Editorial Operations Director Jane Akers Homes Content Team Editorial Director Rhoda Parry Houses Editor Vivienne Ayers Interiors Editor Emma Thomas Associate Editor Busola Evans News & Shopping Editor Laura Vinden News & Features Editor Thea Babington-Stitt Features & Travel Writer Patrick Hamilton Courtney Editorial Assistant Sally Dominic With thanks to Emma J Page and Linda Clayton Head of Art Operations Alison Walter Art Editors Meredith Davies, Melanie Brown, Paula Jardine With thanks to Mel Algar and Rebecca Halverston Head of Subs Operations Maxine Clarke Hub Chief Sub-Editor Jennifer Spaeth Senior Sub-Editors Marian McNamara and Fiona Mace Editorial Production Manager Nicola Tillman Deputy Editorial Production Manager Clare Willetts Art Production Designers Chris Saggers and Phil Dunk Group Production Manager Stephen Twort Production Manager Becky Singleton Advertisement Copy and Make-up Nicholas Liermann MARKETING Head of Marketing Sian…

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homes & gardens celebrates its landmark birthday by delving into the archives to explore the life and times of an iconic brand

‘EVERYONE desires to make their home as comfortable, tasteful and convenient as means will allow; and it will be the endeavour of this magazine to help towards that end.’ Such was the promise made in the first issue of Our Homes and Gardens in June 1919. Priced at one shilling, Britain’s first home-interest magazine struck a positive note as the nation pulled back following the end of the First World War and the loss of over one million of its citizens. The magazine reacted to the changing domestic circumstances of middle-class households where servants were now in short supply. Luckily, there had been an explosion in the availability of labour-saving devices, thanks to the new electricity network, and the merits of electric irons, telephones and gramophones were discussed at length,…

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every article tells a story…

20s The House Without A Servant A Hundred And One Uses For Electricity 30s Houses Of The Future? Machines To Live In Women Of Tomorrow: Choosing Their Careers Today 40s Winter Comfort In Your Air-Raid Shelter Sharing Your Home With Evacuees 50s When Charles III is King Attention Please! Do Your Children Get Too Much Radio And TV? 60s Twiggy Who? Living With Open Plan 70s Looking Towards Europe You Can’t Keep Your Daughter Off The Pill, Mrs Worthington 80s Money Or Taste? How To Tell If Your Child Is On Drugs 90s Confessions Of A Chilli Addict You Are What You Exercise Creative Fruit Made From Xmas Remnants 00s Spa Trek Creating An Eclectic Look 10s Designer Insight Movers & Shakers…

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news

EYE FOR COLOUR Known for its wonderful lighting creations and chic designer collaborations, The Urban Electric Co has added colour matching to its offerings. Simply decide on your paint brand and hue, and your chosen light will be powder-coated to your perfect shade. We’d pick the Chisholm Hall in Curry Powder, £3,260. NATURALLY CRAFTED Let’s Pause is the ethical Spanish furniture and accessories brand that wants to root us to nature by bringing natural materials into our homes. Skilled artisans craft unique pieces from a range of materials found in Spain’s most arid regions. Shown are the Salada basket, from €50, and a selection of hats including the Macarella, €24. A DELICATE BALANCE Inspiration comes in many forms and, for Graham & Brown, it arose from the Swedish notion of lagom, meaning just the right…

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100 years of partnership

IT IS PRETTY SPECIAL to be working with a brand for 100 years; we’ve been collaborating with Heal’s since our launch issue. Our archive deep-dive unearthed some advertisements from the early issues. The first ever was for some very stylish rush mats, fine proof that good taste never goes out of fashion. To mark this incredible partnership, we have created a Centenary collection using the Heal’s Designed by You concept. The editorial team worked closely with its furniture buyer Kris Manalo to create this capsule of three beautiful pieces for classic living rooms. And better still... The UK-made pieces all feature our gorgeous new fabrics from the Homes & Gardens III collection from Baker Lifestyle at GP&J Baker (this artisan-inspired range just launched in February). The velvet sofa (£3,764) and…

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