ZINIO logo
EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
Your Home

Your Home September 2020

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned expert, Your Home magazine will give you the best in design ideas, makeover tips and money-saving advice that'll help you spruce up your home and garden.

Read More
Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
$2.75
$27.62
13 Issues

in this issue

1 min
welcome

September is one of my favourite times of the year as we get to reveal the autumn/winter trends! We’ve picked the top three looks and there’s something for everyone, from those of you who like the simple things to those who love a little bit of luxury in your home. Turn to page 34 to see our selection and to find out how you can bring the trends into your scheme. Keen cooks should take note of the 9 must-have ingredients for a chef’s paradise (p46) – we spoke to the professionals to find out exactly what it is that makes a kitchen work seamlessly. And keep reading to steal ideas from a dreamy kitchen makeover (p50), completed by a homeowner who really knows her food! If you’re itching to get started…

1 min
somewhere over the rainbow

Concrete and rainbow colours aren’t two things you’d usually think to combine. But that’s exactly what Studio Emma did, and the results are spectacular. Its range of bold vessels, homewares and art objects are all made from concrete and experiment with free-form patterns and unique textures. The Circle Clock, £50, painted in a beautiful blend of pink, orange and yellow, will brighten up a dull office wall, while the sage and lilac square planter, £40, would make a wonderful marbled home for a small houseplant or stationery. Move over ceramic, concrete is our new go-to for all-things homeware. Available to buy from Curious Makers, curiousmakers.co.uk. Find more of Studio Emma’s concrete housewares at curiousmakers.co.uk…

3 min
this month we love…

No place like home An uplifting and happy home is essential to your well-being – it’s where you should feel safe and content. In Dwell, Gather, Be, Alexandra Gove reveals how you can create a home that encourages meaningful living and one that also feels like a personal sanctuary for you and your loved ones. She shows you how to design your rooms with consideration and intention, and experience the joys of hygge living as a result. Beautiful Scandi-style interiors – kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms – are laced throughout the book to provide all the inspiration you need to create your ultimate cosy haven. After all, home is where the heart is. Dwell, Gather, Be: Design for Moments by Alexandra Gove is out now, published by Blue Star Press for £30 Hidden…

2 min
your letters

Set the benchmark high I wanted to share photos of the little haven I’ve just created in my garden. In the morning when the Sun is shining, I sit here peacefully with a coffee – always a great way to start the day! I spotted this pretty bench in a local store, reduced from £200 to £100 (I did try to knock them down again, but had no luck). It was a little rusty, so I set about upcycling it and I’m so happy with the results. Helen Barker, by email Your Home says Helen, your garden seating area is idyllic. The bench is as good as new and the perfect place to relax with a cuppa! Prize drawer These drawers belonged to my Nan who was downsizing. They were on their way to the…

1 min
wonderful wreath

As a front-line nurse, the last few months have been very unsettling. But when I get some downtime, it’s lovely to sit quietly and indulge in Your Home magazine. I’ve been keeping my children as busy and crafty as possible in between going to work and school. Recently, after raiding our craft box, I made a gorgeous summer wreath out of some old moss and faux flowers. We’ve hung it up on the front door for all to see – it makes me smile every time I see it. Hannah Schofield, by email Your Home says Your summer wreath looks so beautiful, Hannah. Such a vibrant way to jazz up your door while keeping the children entertained!…

1 min
email your tips, photos and letters to

yourhome@immediate.co.uk. Letters can be posted to Your letters, Your Home magazine, Immediate Media Co, Eagle House, Colston Avenue, Bristol BS1 4ST, but please note that we may not see them for some time as we are currently working remotely. Letters may be edited. We apologise but photos cannot be returned. Courtesy of Sassy Shop Wax, this issue’s letter of the month will receive a selection of wax melt goodies worth £49. The three runners-up will each receive a selection of wax melt goodies worth £28.25. Find out more about Sassy Shop Wax products at sassyshopwax.com.…