Packed with real homes, vintage buys and expert advice
3rd February 2010 - 08:00
Where to buy and how to make them
Idyllic homes From a townhouse to a country rectory
Spring trends To spruce up your interiors
Win! A room makeover and V&A quilt exhibition tickets
Top glass The Italian name to collect now
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The March issue of Homes & Antiques is packed with real homes, vintage buys and expert advice, along with all the latest news from the Antiques Roadshow.
This month is a quilting special. King of quilts Kaffe Fassett shows you how to make a stunning patchwork quilt, while we track down the best places to buy beautiful vintage examples.
Plus, we have 50 pairs of tickets (each worth £22) to give away for the V&A’s ‘Quilts 1700-2010’ exhibition – sure to be one of the events of the year!
This issue’s four idyllic homes range from a Georgian townhouse to a country rectory. With insight from the owners, striking photography and a handy Get the Look section for each house, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for your own home.
Antiques Roadshow expert Mark Hill reveals why now is the time to invest in Venini glass and explains what to look for when buying it. The Roadshow experts also value readers’ treasures, which this month include a 1930s art deco tea set and The Beatles’ very first commercial release.
Judith Miller guides you through the history of upholstered chairs, while Katherine Higgins heads to Miami in search of architectural treasures and vintage shopping.
If that’s not enough, the March edition of H&A also features:
• The inside story of the 150-year history of wallpaper and fabric powerhouse Sanderson
• How to show your home a little love with nostalgic prints and floral details
• 2-for-1 entry to antiques and art fairs
• Sparkling spring cleaning ideas
• Buy and sell with our readers’ ads
• And more!
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