June 2011, on sale 4th May
This month in Homes & Antiques...
Four real homes
This month's issue features four beautiful but different homes, from a Georgian rectory in Somerset to an idyllic Provençale farmhouse.
We bring you the cream of the crop when it comes to dairy antiques and take a look back at the impressive social history of ‘dairyana’.
Bold and beautiful
We show you how to celebrate warm spring days by mixing bright, confident colours with vintage china and textiles, inside and out.
Antiques of the future
Caroline Wheater visits the studio of artist Rebecca Campbell, whose quintessentially British paintings look at farming and gardening in a distinctively humourous light.
Learn the ropes
Roadshow expert Clive Stewart-Lockhart teaches you how to become an instant expert on sailors’ woolwork pictures.
All the fun of the festival
In her monthly column, Sue Perkins talks about how the Festival of Britain in the summer of 1951 brought a smile to the faces of London’s war-weary residents. Plus, we look at how the festival brought many designers to the fore.
Also in this month's issue, Judith Miller reveals beautiful pieces of Wedgwood pottery from the 20th century, your antiques queries are answered by the Roadshow experts, we go on the road with the Antiques Roadshow furniture round, antiquing in Barcelona and much, much more!
Warm, inspiring and informative, Homes & Antiques is the must-read glossy for people who love great design and beautiful objects from every era. The official magazine of the long-running BBC TV series Antiques Roadshow, readers enjoy advice from their favourite experts along with inspiring, achievable interiors, sizzling style and decorating ideas, and up-to-the-minute shopping guides to help make their design dreams a reality. Subscribe now