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Homes & Gardens

Feb 01 2022
Magazine

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.

Editors

HOMES & GARDENS

OBJECTS OF DESIRE • In every issue we celebrate our favourite design pieces

SMART FINDS • Gorgeous products at savvy prices

THE FEBRUARY EDIT

THE SUSTAINABLE HOME • Designer Sebastian Cox shares his insights on living and building sustainably – this month, he focuses on sash windows

PASSION FOR PATTERN • The wallpapers of the moment are decorative but in a dainty way

BEHIND THE BRAND • Meet Benchmark co-founder Sean Sutcliffe, an early advocate for sustainable design and champion of new designers

A PLACE OF ONE’S OWN • In a quiet corner of upstate New York, interior designer Markham Roberts called upon his consummate creative vision to turn an old carriage house into a dreamy bolthole

OPEN CASE • Modern shelving for those with nothing to hide

FORM & FUNCTION • Upholstered ottomans that provide smart storage

BEDSIDE MANNER • Nightstands with an abundance of charm

Ochre & green • Embrace tactile velvets, natural textures and pleasing patterns in this season’s most warming of colour palettes

A small matter • Increasing the sense of space in rooms that are small in stature is a design issue everyone wants to solve – we spoke to a few of our favourite interiors people to find out their solutions

Living rooms • Ways to enhance the feeling of space and character

Bedrooms • Good design can make a small sleep space a sanctuary

Hallways • Arriving or leaving, the hall’s decoration sets a mood

Kitchens • Look beyond function to create an uplifting space to cook

Stripes renaissance • Never really out of fashion, the classic stripe is having a particular moment right now and it’s less about the country ticking look and more about adding personality

Colour of the month • Reminiscent of velvety cocoa, this mid-brown taupe is a striking colour for any room. Depending on the furniture and accent colours introduced alongside, it has the flexibility to range from looking neat and tailored to soft and welcoming. Insiders reveal how to use it to best effect

Decorative purposes • It’s where we enjoy the comforts of home, so our living rooms should embrace the bold and the beautiful

The art of interior design • Sophie Ashby of Studio Ashby on furniture for small spaces, combining patterns and the importance of art

Small space flair • Luxury comes in all sizes – here, designer Tamsin Johnson shows how to make modest rooms feel chic and spacious

Commissioning fitted joinery for function and form • Bespoke storage solutions will result in a home that’s ordered and calm but also one that’s beautiful

ARTFUL INVENTION • HÁM Interiors has matched its passion for alluring colours and materials with its clients’ love of the creative to give a classic townhouse a stylish edge

THE SIMPLEST OF PLEASURES • James Watts embraced slow design and pared-back beauty in the transformation of his bucolic cottage in New South Wales

CALM & CURATED • The owners of antiques business Anton & K were perfectly placed to bestow a serene mews house with stunning artisanal pieces

CHARACTER STUDY • Under interior designer Kate Guinness’ guidance, a London apartment received a helping of colour, pattern and personality

SPIRITUAL GROWTH • With its untamed beauty, Marian Boswall’s...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 180 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Feb 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 29, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

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.

Editors

HOMES & GARDENS

OBJECTS OF DESIRE • In every issue we celebrate our favourite design pieces

SMART FINDS • Gorgeous products at savvy prices

THE FEBRUARY EDIT

THE SUSTAINABLE HOME • Designer Sebastian Cox shares his insights on living and building sustainably – this month, he focuses on sash windows

PASSION FOR PATTERN • The wallpapers of the moment are decorative but in a dainty way

BEHIND THE BRAND • Meet Benchmark co-founder Sean Sutcliffe, an early advocate for sustainable design and champion of new designers

A PLACE OF ONE’S OWN • In a quiet corner of upstate New York, interior designer Markham Roberts called upon his consummate creative vision to turn an old carriage house into a dreamy bolthole

OPEN CASE • Modern shelving for those with nothing to hide

FORM & FUNCTION • Upholstered ottomans that provide smart storage

BEDSIDE MANNER • Nightstands with an abundance of charm

Ochre & green • Embrace tactile velvets, natural textures and pleasing patterns in this season’s most warming of colour palettes

A small matter • Increasing the sense of space in rooms that are small in stature is a design issue everyone wants to solve – we spoke to a few of our favourite interiors people to find out their solutions

Living rooms • Ways to enhance the feeling of space and character

Bedrooms • Good design can make a small sleep space a sanctuary

Hallways • Arriving or leaving, the hall’s decoration sets a mood

Kitchens • Look beyond function to create an uplifting space to cook

Stripes renaissance • Never really out of fashion, the classic stripe is having a particular moment right now and it’s less about the country ticking look and more about adding personality

Colour of the month • Reminiscent of velvety cocoa, this mid-brown taupe is a striking colour for any room. Depending on the furniture and accent colours introduced alongside, it has the flexibility to range from looking neat and tailored to soft and welcoming. Insiders reveal how to use it to best effect

Decorative purposes • It’s where we enjoy the comforts of home, so our living rooms should embrace the bold and the beautiful

The art of interior design • Sophie Ashby of Studio Ashby on furniture for small spaces, combining patterns and the importance of art

Small space flair • Luxury comes in all sizes – here, designer Tamsin Johnson shows how to make modest rooms feel chic and spacious

Commissioning fitted joinery for function and form • Bespoke storage solutions will result in a home that’s ordered and calm but also one that’s beautiful

ARTFUL INVENTION • HÁM Interiors has matched its passion for alluring colours and materials with its clients’ love of the creative to give a classic townhouse a stylish edge

THE SIMPLEST OF PLEASURES • James Watts embraced slow design and pared-back beauty in the transformation of his bucolic cottage in New South Wales

CALM & CURATED • The owners of antiques business Anton & K were perfectly placed to bestow a serene mews house with stunning artisanal pieces

CHARACTER STUDY • Under interior designer Kate Guinness’ guidance, a London apartment received a helping of colour, pattern and personality

SPIRITUAL GROWTH • With its untamed beauty, Marian Boswall’s...


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