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Reader’s House is a handsome example of a “blackandwhite” building. Saved from the Buildings at Risk Register by renovation, this timber-framed property is Grade I listed.
Be inspired by the winners of Period Living 2013 Reader's Home Awards.
Look back over the past few years as we showcase the winners of the Period Living Reader's Home Awards from 2010 onwards, with inspiring properties, stylish designs and homes with elegant period charm.
A style guide of accessories to make your home a cosy, country retreat.
Julia and Charles Annandale are proud guardians of this Grade II Listed 15th century property, winner of the Period Living Readers’ Awards 2012 Best Country House.
The Dean family have created a beautiful family home in the heart of Glasgow. Their detached four bedroom Edwardian house was built in 1908 and boasts a colonial-style verandah, wood wall panelling and parquet flooring as well as a new kitchen...
A Spell-Binding Legacy: The spirit of children’s writer Lucy Boston lives on in The Manor at Hemingford Grey, home to the bewitching characters from her Green Knowe books. The house has been maintained by Lucy's daughter-in-law, and has been restored...
Relaxed, congenial and practical, country style kitchens are the warm centre of a family home. Maggie Stevenson consults industry experts on what to consider when choosing a country-style kitchen.