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Welcome in spring with the March issue of Homes & Antiques. Our special collector’s issue is full of practical and inspiring reads on acquiring antiques, the art of display and refreshing much-loved pieces.
Embrace your inner geologist as we unveil the history of fossils and minerals, a popular collecting area that is inspiring many of the new season’s interiors collections. Our beautiful display ideas will help you find easy ways to bring natural elements into your own home.
For hardened antiques buyers and novices alike, antiques expert Mark Hill has 22 essential tips and tricks of the trade for finding antiques and curating your collections while our columnist, Salvage Hunters presenter Drew Pritchard, decodes the meanings of antiques trade speak.
If you’re looking to brighten up your home for spring with enviable pieces, Caroline Wheater investigates the most sought-after Lalique glass designs at auction and our shopping editor Bethan John makes her pick of the best design classics.
Also in this issue, we step inside five beautiful homes including the private upstairs and downstairs interiors of Blenheim Palace, where the aristocratic way of life has changed little for generations.
The March issue of Homes & Antiques is available in shops and in digital format now
Fossils and polished mineral rocks are enjoying a revival in interior decoration. Our cover story reveals their magical and mysterious history alongside plenty of ideas to help you start your own collection.
Invest in shimmering Lalique glass
An upcoming sale at Christie’s highlights the timeless appeal of Rene Lalique’s glass creations. His art nouveau and art deco glassware is unrivalled for its spirit of originality and aesthetic beauty.
8 ways to organise your kitchen
Discover how you can transform the heart of the home into a spacious, practical area while maintaining a strong aesthetic and a comforting atmosphere.
A connoisseur's collection
Fashion designer Victoria Press had a home in London's historic Cheyne Walk, inside which, unbeknownst to many, she kept a beautifully-curated home full of antiques. After she died last year, the sale of her estate at Christie’s revealed an impeccable collection.
The most intriguing stories in the history of the bed
Your bed is one of the most important furniture investments you make. In honour of National Bed Month, we trace a history of reclining, from headrests to headline-grabbing artworks.
Paul Martin's favourite antique
The TV presenter and antiques expert known to many from BBC's Flog It! reveals his much-loved treasures and tells us about the William and Mary Bureau he calls his ‘portable office’.
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