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December 2019/January 2020

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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welcome to our dec/jan issue!

This is the season of celebration and entertaining. With an influx of guests coming into our homes, it’s important to make sure every room is looking its best. Our reader homes this issue are dressed in all their festive ÿnery and are packed with creative ideas to steal (p14). If you’re keen to update your decorations this Christmas then take a peek at page 58, where you’ll ÿnd this year’s must-have trends. We know that choosing the perfect present can be time-consuming, so on page 64 we’ve cherry-picked the very best gift ideas from all your favourite stores to help save you time and money. Whether you’re buying for your Mum, your nephew or your pet pooch, you’re sure to ÿnd something that fits the bill. Are you planning a party to…

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shop the high street

George Home Chic and cosy Christmas décor for every room in the house HOW TO style the look 1 Cool colours and strong shapes are key to working this look. A soft leaf green provides the perfect base on which to layer up colour and pattern, with a splash of baby pink keeping things the right side of millennial. 2 Don’t have room for a Christmas tree in your bedroom? Get creative with your bauble positioning for a festive feel that’s as bespoke as it is practical. Dunelm Deck the towels Now’s the perfect time to invest in new festive bathware Matalan Neutral nuances Keep it subtle with understated tones that still scream Christmas HOW TO style the look 1 For decadent festive luxe, incorporate touch-me textures that are crying out to be stroked. Here, faux fur and feathers create a look that…

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the wish list...

LATEST RELEASE If you’re a fan of statement floors that bring personality and pizzazz to your room, you’ll love the new Shifting Shapes tile-effect vinyl collection from Atrafloor. It features ÿve designs with a cement tile texture and stylish, bold colour blocking. The company’s range includes soft pastel hues used in various hexagonal, Moroccan-inspired and random geometric patterns, so there’s plenty of design inspiration. Floors are slip-resistant, waterproof and made-to-order. NEW COLLECTION You’d expect nothing less from flamboyant›interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen than decadence, luxury and opulence. And his sumptuous new bedding for J Rosenthal & Son scores high on all counts. The 11 designs in his Sleeping Beauty range include black-and-gold jacquard leopard-skin prints, metallic tiger and glittering peacock feather motifs, plus embroidered zigzags in black, white or grey colourways. There’s also Art…

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welcome to my home

A bit about me I’m Laura Grice and I live with my partner David and our two cats Pablo and Gigi. Where I live My home is a two-bedroom end terrace built about 1910 in Sevenoaks, Kent. I moved here in 2018. What I wanted to change The house was stuck in a 1970s timewarp with woodchip and old carpets everywhere. The kitchen and bathroom were in dire need of a revamp too. How I made it my own Rather than designing each room in isolation, I chose Dulux Heritage shades that toned well together. This helped to make the house feel more cohesive. My favourite part It has to be the dining room, as it was such a big transformation. I’m really delighted at how bright and airy it now feels.…

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this was my first big renovation

‘I requisitioned the original dark-wood fire surround from the dining room’ Living room When I first moved in, this room featured magnolia woodchip wallpaper and a pink carpet, but I loved the bay window and knew it could look so much better. One of the worst features was the 1960s turquoise-tiled fireplace, which had a condemned gas burner in front. Having taken out the chimney breast next door, we were able to requisition the original dark-wood fire surround from the dining room, paint it white and install a new wood burner. I’ve also gone for engineered wood parquet flooring throughout the ground floor to help the rooms flow together. My story... ‘I didn’t really like this house to start with – it felt dark and small – but I loved the location and could…

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how to remove chimney breasts

• Chimney breasts can be a lovely feature, but in a smaller property where every inch is valuable, they can sometimes take up too much space. Removing a chimney breast can make a room feel much bigger and lighter. Expect to pay about £1,500 to £2,000 for the work. • You don’t normally need planning permission to remove a chimney breast, unless you live in a conservation area or your home is listed. However you’ll need building regulations approval if just part of the chimney breast is to be removed (for instance, the ground-floor section) and the rest needs to be supported. If it’s located on a wall shared with a neighbour, you’ll need to serve them a party wall notice to get permission for the work. • Usually you’ll be left…