This month in Homes & Antiques...
* Four stunning interiors
* William De Morgan tiles and ceramics
* Origins and history of taxidermy
* Vintage winter looks
* Fabulous free bird print
The November issue of Homes & Antiques is filled with decorating ideas, vintage collections and expert advice, along with all the latest news from the Antiques Roadshow.
A smashing discovery
We meet designer-maker Zoë Hillyard, whose beautiful work is being snapped up by those in the know.
Decorating: Dutch masters
This month’s ideas take inspiration from the golden age of Dutch painting to create lovely interiors that effortlessly blend old and new.
We explore the origins and history of taxidermy, and meet the people who collect it now.
Birmingham’s Pen Room, which celebrates the city’s highly successful Victorian pen-making industry, sprange from the collections of the city's passionate locals, wries Emily Brooks.
William De Morgan ceramics
Antiques Roadshow expert Eric Knowles shares his passion for William De Morgan’s colourful and lustrous ceramics.
A book lover’s guide to London
Author Andrew Whittaker takes us on a stroll through London’s bookish past and suggests the best places to buy quality antique volumes.
Four fabulous homes
This month we bring you four beautiful homes, from a 19th century cottage in the Cotswolds to a magical Copenhagen apartment.
Plus, we look at the work of the late 1950s Scottish textile designer Lana Mackinnon, find out what visitors are buying at Antiques for Everyone at the NEC, report on what's happening in salerooms around the country and lots more!