Homes and Antiques’ August issue is out now!
Promising plenty of summer delights and a plethora of covetable antiques to brighten your home, let Homes & Antiques' latest issue be your guide for the warmer months.
See the latest prints from the William Morris archive as we reveal the story behind the design icon's original company, explore the UK's 10 best historic gardens and find out when to visit to Newark, Europe's largest antiques fair, in our comprehensive survival guide.
Step inside antiques-filled homes dressed for summer, including one owned by an inventive interiors guru and a New Zealand villa adorned with quirky vintage homeware. Plus discover how to get the looks for your own home.
Also in Homes & Antiques, find out how to create a unique and eclectic bathroom, delve into the story behind the sale of American heiress' Bunny Mellon's estate and learn about the vibrant history behind a classic summer accessory: the parasol.
Homes & Antiques’ August issue, available in shops and in digital format now.
Force of nature
The latest collection of Morris & Co prints are based on the archives of William Morris's iconic company. H&A goes in search of the inspiration behind his designs
Glorious gardens to visit
Indulge the warmer weather with a visit to one of the UK's most interesting and peaceful gardens
The art of collecting
Rug designer Luke Irwin bought his first painting 30 years ago and his varied collection now fills his family home. Take a peak inside his Grade II-listed Wiltshire cottage
The history of the parasol
From religious icon to fashion accessory, Alice Hancock takes you through the 3,000 year history of the parasol
Let's visit... Florence
Our latest travel destination is steeped in Renaissance architecture and vibrant with culture. We hear that the weather is pretty good too...
The survival guide to Newark Antiques Fair
Get the most of out Europe's largest antiques fair with the help of vintage expert Lynnette Peck and a plethora of expert tips
Daughter of fortune
With refined taste and immense wealth, American Listerine heiress Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon collected exactly what she loved. Caroline Wheater takes a look at the sale of her estate
Buy your copy of Homes & Antiques in shops or in digital format today