September issue out now!

* Kitchen trends 
* Vintiquing in Madrid 

* Collectable Bitossi

* Regency style
* Four beautiful homes



Next month in Homes & Antiques  

* Kitchen trends 
* Collectable Bitossi
* Vintiquing in Madrid 
* Regency style
* Four beautiful homes






The September issue of Homes & Antiques is filled with decorating ideas, vintage collections and expert advice, along with all the latest news from the Antiques Roadshow

Art of display

Whether you love fine china, kitchenalia or even old keys, we show you how to display your collections so they look their best.





A Regency revival

Regency furniture in exotic, richly-patinated woods brings unsurpassed elegance and a note of flamboyance to today's interiors - and there's never been a better time to buy, says Caroline Wheater








A room of one's own


Many of us dream of escaping to a country cottage for a few months with nothing to do but write - but is the reality quite so romantic? Mary Jane Baxter spills the beans. 







Fair focus

We visit The Tatton Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair to find out what you've been buying. Plus, our pick of this month's fairs.





Animal instinct

We visit the workshop of 'crochetdermist' Shauna Richardson whose sculptures blend craft with creatures.





A natural evolution

Horticulturalists Louise Allen and Piers Newth are nurturing a growing collection of rare gardenalia.






Vintiquing in Madrid

With its parades of vintage stores and boutiques, you won't leave Madrid empty handed.






Also in the September issue of Homes & Antiques, we interview style maven Abigail Ahern, Roadshow expert Mark Hill shines a light on unsung hero of design, Aldo Londi, plus we have some fabulous prizes up for grabs including a luxury break for two at London's Royal Horseguards Hotel.


On sale date: 2nd August 2012

Issue number: 236
















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