In this issue
This month’s houses are brimming with cosy colour and delightful touches, from a charming townhouse in Chelsea to a calm and neutral family home for seven in Suffolk. We also show you clever ways to light your home, with expert advice from Henriette Von Stockhausen, and we take you on a tour of the bedroom through the ages along with tips for buying an antique bed of your own. Our collecting features tell you everything you need to know about Harvest jugs, vintage pens and James Bond first editions, plus we welcome Celia Rufey with her new column on antique textiles. Elsewhere Luke Honey muses on collecting Napoleonic memorabilia and Willa Latham continues on the British porcelain trail, this month focusing on Derby.
You might also enjoy:
- How to buy and collect antique photographs
- Collecting antique dummy boards
- What is a makers’ mark?
- Antiques fairs and auctions taking place near you
- How to design the perfect pantry