Discover antique terracotta, summer decorating tips and extraordinary homes with our September issue, out now!
TIMELESS TERRACOTTA Whether you favour classical sculptures or rustic pots and planters, terracotta has a rich and exciting history that has always been at the forefront of pottery design.
A MATTER OF SCALE Discover how Philip Krabbe used his childhood doll’s house as the blueprint for the renovation of his 19th century Danish apartment.
CAREFULLY CURATED Pedro de Azambuja’s lavish top floor apartment overlooks the city of Madrid in three directions and is filled with cutting-edge fine art.
EAST MEETS WEST Peter Win’s glamorous Shoreditch warehouse apartment is unconventional and stylish, packed with Asian antiques; inspired by his travels in Thailand.
MID-CENTURY MANHATTAN Nadia Ghaleb proves that you needn’t have a sky-high budget to stay on trend. Her New York apartment is filled with mid-century pieces, most of which were found at her local flea market.
PRODIGAL BEAUTY Burghley House in Lincolnshire is described as one of Britain’s most flamboyant and dramatic Elizabethan homes.
THE KNOWLEDGE Antiques Roadshow expert and director of Fieldings Auctioneers, Will Farmer talks about British ceramicist Clarice Cliff and explains why her designs are so wonderful to collect.
PLUS The essential guide to extending the summer, key art and antique scandals, and the finest pieces from Chatsworth House. You’ll also get a list of the best antiques and vintage fairs to visit this September and much, much more!!
Cover Image : Katya De Grunwald
The September issue of Homes & Antiques is on sale now: www.homesandantiques.com