This month in Homes & Antiques...
* The history of coloured glass
* Arts and Crafts books
* Decorating with punchy pastels
* Easy Easter projects
* Meet the young guns of the antiques world
The April issue of Homes & Antiques is filled with decorating ideas, antiques and vintage collections and expert advice
Explore the surprising history of coloured glass with Antiques Roadshow expert Andy McConnell.
Decorate for Easter
Spring into action and create your own Easter display using our inspirational ideas, which include egg-dyeing and stunning floral arrangements.
Punchy pastel tones
The pastel trend gets a new lease of life with minty blues, dusty pinks and primrose yellows – a breath of fresh air.
Submerge yourself in the latest bathroom trends, from the classic roll-top bath to the contemporary egg-shape.
Four stunning homes
This month’s four real homes include a very English cottage in the Cotswolds, a house bursting with vivid colours and theatricality in Oxfordshire and an early 20th-century property in Stockholm.
Woodcarver Geoffrey Bickley finds inspiration from Cornish beaches to produce beautiful birds.
Affordable Arts and Crafts books
Think you can’t afford a gorgeous artist-designed book? Think again. Roadshow book expert Justin Croft explains just how accessible they are.
Plus, the April issue includes vintiquing in The Hague, news from the salerooms, your questions answered by the experts, young dealers of the antiques industry and much, much more!