Homes & Antiques' October issue is out now!

The October issue of Homes & Antiques is out today!

There's a chill in the air and autumn is just around the corner, which means it’s time to embrace this season’s must-have trends with the October issue of H&A! In the latest issue, we delve into the history of educational wall charts, are seduced by an abandoned 19th-century Swedish villa and take a look inside one of the country’s most opulent stately homes, Waddesdon Manor.

We also delve into the history of the emerald and unveil why studio ceramics are the investment of the season. Plus, this issue comes with our special 34 page decorating guide to combining old and new pieces in your home! 

As usual, H&A is packed with specialist antiques advice. This month, TV antiques expert Philip Serrell shares his favourite haunts in Worcestershire, and we look into the world of ‘By appointment only’ shopping. You’ll also get a list of the best antiques and vintage fairs in October.

The October issue of Home & Antiques is available in shops and in digital format now!


The art of teaching

Fusing design, science and education, the wall chart of yesterday’s classroom is today a highly collectable art form. We consider the history and popularity of these beautiful visual aids.



A palace of treasures

We explore Waddesdon Manor, the sumptuous late 19th-century chateau built by Ferdinand de Rothschild that is a treasure trove of grand 18th-century art.




Coco Chanel  

Chanel’s influence on fashion and fragrance is undisputed, but this tastemaker should also be celebrated for her impact on interior design.


H&A's Decorating guide 

This autumn we have created a helpful decorating guide for mixing old with new; whether that be vintage with modern or antiques with high street. There are over 130 stylish ideas for upgrading your home.






Buy your copy of Homes & Antiques' October issue in shops or in digital format today! 


On Sale Date: 
14th September 2017
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