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Style At Home

Style At Home

January 2020

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd 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

Land:
United Kingdom
Språk:
English
Utgivare:
TI-Media
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KÖP NUMMER
21,75 kr(Inkl. moms)
PRENUMERERA
163,67 kr(Inkl. moms)
12 Nummer

I DETTA NUMMER

1 min
hi there!

What’s on your bucket list for 2020? Maybe you’ve got a big project in mind, like a kitchen or bathroom redo, repainting your bedroom or picking a paper for a flamboyant feature wall. Or, perhaps you’re only up for a bit of a scatter cushion switch-up! Either way, you’ll find lots of beautiful possibilities in this issue, from the out-there (check out Sharon’s moody-colour-filled home on p30) to the classic (see Darren’s gorgeous country kitchen on p84). If you’re thinking more in terms of a big holiday rather than a big home-improvement project, do take a look at thecaribou.com. It’s a new site for people who love to travel by people who love to travel. It specialises in luxury, family and activity holidays to give you all the inspo you…

1 min
trend spotting novelty wrap

Who says a flamingo can’t be festive? Or that a Santa-hat sporting sprout isn’t seasonal? Well we’re here to tell you that traditional red and green shouldn’t be seen on giftwrap this year – not when there’s a riot of colours and patterns out there instead! Add buckets of personality and frivolous fun by choosing giftwrap, tags, bags and ribbons that bring whimsical characters, tropical prints and a rainbow of colour to the presents nestled beneath your tree.…

1 min
high-street news

GO ALL OUT WITH DECS Want to create the ultimate Instagram-worthy tree? John Lewis & Partners tells us the top tree trend this year is oversized decs, with squirrels, character baubles and neon lights all popular choices. The reason being, a large dec creates a focal point for your camera. Don’t miss its Party theme range, from £2 – the disco cassette is a team favourite! Sustainable steps The big brands are making moves towards a more eco-friendly Christmas, with plastic as enemy number one. Fully recyclable (not a plastic gift in sight), Dunelm’s woodland creatures are perfect for little ones and come with origami characters and instructions on how to make them, while Sainsbury’s Home’s foliage crackers will dress up the table for dinner. Eco kraft luxury crackers, £10 for six, Sainsbury’s Home FESTIVE…

1 min
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1 min
come on in!

ABOUT ME I’m Sarah Brooks, 39, a lawyer, and I live here with my husband Gareth, 40, also a lawyer, and our two children, Charlie, 11, Daisy, nine, and our dog Betsy. I have an interiors Instagram account @hearts_at_claremont OUR HOME A four-bed Edwardian semi in the Wirral Peninsula. We moved here in September 2015. WHEN WE MOVED IN The kitchen was split into two small rooms and the whole house felt really unloved. AND NOW Painting everything white has brightened the house and changing the kitchen layout means it now works perfectly for family life. STYLE TIP Do as much decorating yourself as you can. Painting a wall is actually really simple and it helps to keep labour costs down.…

7 min
‘this house embraces you!’

Before moving here we lived in a Victorian maisonette, but when the children came along, slightly earlier than planned, we needed more space,’ says Sarah. ‘We wanted to find our dream home, but didn’t want to rush things, so we sold up and moved into a rental property until we could find somewhere that ticked all the boxes on our wish list. We wanted something Edwardian in style, classic and timeless, and with a decent-sized garden, and in the end it took a year of searching, with a few lost properties along the way. Luckily, we both fell in love with this house as soon as we set foot inside it. We loved the character and the original features, and it felt like a house that gave you a hug as…