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Use your bathroom furniture to create a cohesive design, choose classic and understated pieces in complementary colourways, or go for simple but elegant white baths, sinks and WCs.
Wendy Bray, a talented textile designer shares her work, her inspirations and an insight into how she became a named designer.
My mantra to buy unique or unusual items doesn’t suit everyone’s collecting habits, but fashionable frequently falls out of favour and so do the prices.
When renovating a period property, the garden can often be an afterthought, old buildings expert Marianne Suhr offers her tips on garden design to help you ensure that the exterior of your house is as beautiful as the interior.
Combining the kitchen and dining room to create a kitchen diner is the perfect way to create a space that's perfect for cooking, socialising and relaxing. Here are some great design ideas for kitchen diners.
A country style kitchen can be the heart of the home, plain wood or painted finishes mixed with traditional design combine to create a welcoming homely environment.
The office is the area of the home where it is perhaps most difficult to incorporate style and sophistication. In a space that is designated for work, function and practicality demands prevalence and as a result, home offices and studies can often be...
Period Living takes a look at some of the latest traditional bathroom styles and what elements you should choose to create the perfect period bathroom. Here are some great design ideas and styles for a bathroom.
Ali Miller talks to Ruth Corbett about the whimsical designs that have found her fans from across the globe. Ali makes ceramics, tea towels, aprons, cushions, compact mirrors and notebooks, all featuring unique designs, and her ‘Home...