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Homes & Antiques

Aug 01 2022
Magazine

Homes & Antiques is the magazine for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era, providing a unique mix of the very best of the old with the very best of the new. That's why, as well as being the official magazine of the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, every issue delivers an inspirational blend of heritage and lifestyle.

Homes & Antiques

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

August • Portraiture at Compton Verney, ‘Becoming Anne’ at Hever Castle, an annual Scottish Works of Art & Whisky sale at Lyon & Turnbull, plus floral mugs

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Poppy Benner speaks to curator Monserrat Pis Marcos about 18th-century paintings, and a fine English cabinet in her care at Bath’s Holburne Museum

ST Y L E N OW • Our monthly guide to DECORATIVE accessories, unique ANTIQUES and beautiful textiles that will add CHARACTER and colour to your home

SAM HERMAN STUDIO GLASS • Mark Hill, Ronati UK and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert

BAYFIELD HALL ANTIQUES & INTERIORS • Caroline Combe, who runs a small collective of dealers from old stables at the 18th-century Bayfield Hall near Holt in Norfolk, tells us more…

17TH & 18TH -CENTURY PORTRAITURE • Victoria Clay, Olympia Auctions

Cabinet of Curiosities • This Month: Croquet Sets

Salopian Roses • Staffordshire may be better known for porcelain, but Shropshire had its own stars – brothers John and Thomas Rose – both of whom left a lasting legacy, says Willa Latham

RACHEL EARDLEY • A gift for spotting the glorious details in old coins has taken jeweller Rachel Eardley down a creative path that’s both stylish and sustainable

Zandra Rhodes • We talk to the grande dame of fashion and fabric design about her early inspirations, key collaborations, and a career that spans over 50 years

Pleasures PAST • Seeking leisure, entertainment and sociability, all walks of Georgian society revelled in the newly opened pleasure gardens. Rhiannon Batten takes a stroll…

Pleasure Gardens

Amazing Mazes • Unravelling the puzzling world of historic hedge mazes, plus three of the best to visit. Poppy Benner enjoys a meander

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four beautifully curated homes, from a grand yet comfortable château in Brittany to an early 19th-century East Lothian farmhouse by the sea

Colourful Inheritance • An austere Scottish farmhouse has been transformed into a welcoming and stylish home thanks to the imagination and originality of its owners

Blue and White China • Inspired by Janey Dalrymple’s collection of Chinese porcelain,

SENSITIVE AND SOULFUL • Blooms cut from the garden, antiques amassed over a lifetime and a punchy approach to mixing old and new have brought this 1857 home in Canada’s Port Dover back to life

Decorating with Flowers • Cynthia explains how she’s applied the principles of the slow flower movement to growing and displaying blooms in her home

Treasure TROVE • At his Tangier retreat, horticulturalist Umberto Pasti devotes his time to finding antique treasures and tending to a garden filled with rare native plants

Antique Tiles • If you’ve been inspired by Umberto Pasti’s home and wish to let tiles take centre stage in yours, take a look at these colourful options

Chateau chic • This gem in Brittany has been in the family for 400 years. Now guests can stay in its renovated rooms – which include a joyous mix of colourful archive wallpapers, wonderful auction finds and modern luxuries

Furnishing the Chateau • Emilia de Farcy talks to Katie Pike about how she and her mother filled their chateau’s guest rooms with beautiful auction finds

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Buying GARDEN STATUARY, the HISTORICAL...


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Home & Garden

Languages

English

Homes & Antiques is the magazine for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era, providing a unique mix of the very best of the old with the very best of the new. That's why, as well as being the official magazine of the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, every issue delivers an inspirational blend of heritage and lifestyle.

Homes & Antiques

Editor’s Letter

PIECES THAT CAUGHT MY EYE

August • Portraiture at Compton Verney, ‘Becoming Anne’ at Hever Castle, an annual Scottish Works of Art & Whisky sale at Lyon & Turnbull, plus floral mugs

Behind the Scenes AT THE MUSEUM • Poppy Benner speaks to curator Monserrat Pis Marcos about 18th-century paintings, and a fine English cabinet in her care at Bath’s Holburne Museum

ST Y L E N OW • Our monthly guide to DECORATIVE accessories, unique ANTIQUES and beautiful textiles that will add CHARACTER and colour to your home

SAM HERMAN STUDIO GLASS • Mark Hill, Ronati UK and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert

BAYFIELD HALL ANTIQUES & INTERIORS • Caroline Combe, who runs a small collective of dealers from old stables at the 18th-century Bayfield Hall near Holt in Norfolk, tells us more…

17TH & 18TH -CENTURY PORTRAITURE • Victoria Clay, Olympia Auctions

Cabinet of Curiosities • This Month: Croquet Sets

Salopian Roses • Staffordshire may be better known for porcelain, but Shropshire had its own stars – brothers John and Thomas Rose – both of whom left a lasting legacy, says Willa Latham

RACHEL EARDLEY • A gift for spotting the glorious details in old coins has taken jeweller Rachel Eardley down a creative path that’s both stylish and sustainable

Zandra Rhodes • We talk to the grande dame of fashion and fabric design about her early inspirations, key collaborations, and a career that spans over 50 years

Pleasures PAST • Seeking leisure, entertainment and sociability, all walks of Georgian society revelled in the newly opened pleasure gardens. Rhiannon Batten takes a stroll…

Pleasure Gardens

Amazing Mazes • Unravelling the puzzling world of historic hedge mazes, plus three of the best to visit. Poppy Benner enjoys a meander

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES • Four beautifully curated homes, from a grand yet comfortable château in Brittany to an early 19th-century East Lothian farmhouse by the sea

Colourful Inheritance • An austere Scottish farmhouse has been transformed into a welcoming and stylish home thanks to the imagination and originality of its owners

Blue and White China • Inspired by Janey Dalrymple’s collection of Chinese porcelain,

SENSITIVE AND SOULFUL • Blooms cut from the garden, antiques amassed over a lifetime and a punchy approach to mixing old and new have brought this 1857 home in Canada’s Port Dover back to life

Decorating with Flowers • Cynthia explains how she’s applied the principles of the slow flower movement to growing and displaying blooms in her home

Treasure TROVE • At his Tangier retreat, horticulturalist Umberto Pasti devotes his time to finding antique treasures and tending to a garden filled with rare native plants

Antique Tiles • If you’ve been inspired by Umberto Pasti’s home and wish to let tiles take centre stage in yours, take a look at these colourful options

Chateau chic • This gem in Brittany has been in the family for 400 years. Now guests can stay in its renovated rooms – which include a joyous mix of colourful archive wallpapers, wonderful auction finds and modern luxuries

Furnishing the Chateau • Emilia de Farcy talks to Katie Pike about how she and her mother filled their chateau’s guest rooms with beautiful auction finds

ANTIQUES & COLLECTING • Buying GARDEN STATUARY, the HISTORICAL...


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