Homes & Antiques' April issue is out now!

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This issue is all about colour, whether you're looking to refresh your home and set off your antiques with a newly painted wall, update a flea-market find with tips from Annie Sloan or find out more about vibrant 20th-century artworks and where to buy them at auction.

From a medieval guildhall packed to its rafters with antique textiles to an old school house that's backdrop to a beguiling mix of Asian treasures and mid-century finds, each of the five homes in our April issue will set you thinking about using shade and tone in all sorts of new ways. As will our in-depth look into the history of grey. Never again will you think of it as a colour to be passed off as neutral.

If you’re looking for somewhere to sit down and read the magazine, Alice Hancock investigates why architects and designers throughout the centuries have competed to make the most outstanding seats as well as picking out the best antique chairs to buy now. Meanwhile, Dominique Corlett tracks down 10 of the most intriguing stories of art fakes and forgeries.

The April issue of Homes & Antiques is available in shops and in digital format now


The versatility of grey

Kate Watson-Smyth explores how a spectrum of greys are being used as backdrops to beautiful collections of antique and vintage pieces, giving them a fresh, contemporary edge




Why you should visit The Vyne

The Vyne in Hampshire is one of those places that can't help but attract speculation, rumour and gossip. Katie Hallett discovers that its elegant facade hides a colourful history



8 steps to enriching your antiques-filled home with colour

Leave neutrals behind and paint your walls with colour. Whether it's a hue to match the period of your home or lift the pieces in it, our expert guide will lead the way

Our new travel section

Each issue we feature a favourite antiques-hunting hotspot with an easy weekend itinerary to help you make time for a good rummage in all the best shops - and a cup or two of tea. This issue we head to West Sussex



10 of history's most intriguing fakes and forgeries

From honest copies to deliberate deceits of astounding complexity, forgeries have existed for almost as long as art itself. Dominique Corlett uncovers the true story of the fake and asks Philip Mould to explain how to spot them

Prue Leith's favourite bowl

The author and cookery writer shows us her favourite Easter bowl and explains why she can't seem to stop adding to her collection of antique teacups



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On Sale Date: 
3rd March 2016
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