The world may still be in flux but that doesn’t mean the antiques trade is standing still. Across the country, dealers and fair organisers are shifting their operations online to ensure they can still buy and sell the unique pieces we crave to make our homes stylish and intriguing. As ever, our houses all exude personality and charm through their owners’ thoughtful choices in decoration and decorative antiques, and we also hear from six aficionados who reveal the shopping hotspots they can’t wait to visit. We’re also excited to be launching a brand new section dedicated to food, recipes and collectable antique kitchenalia. Step this way for tantalising cakes and ices from sun-soaked Sardinia…
Wish I was Here!
From sun-soaked Sicily to an Oxfordshire reclamation yard, six antique dealers share their favourite destinations they cannot wait to visit again.
Turn your garden into a tranquil oasis with the use of weathered and patinated antique furniture, tools and statuary.
Tracing the intricate story of enamel
Why versatile Lloyd Loom still appeals today.
A Taste of Summer
Sweet treats from Sardinia that make the most of local olive oil and the citrus fruits that are grown in abundance.
Meet the Maker
Textile artist Emily Jo Gibbs reveals her processes and inspirations.
Living with antiques
We visit four inspiring homes.
All this and much much more!!
The July issue of Homes & Antiques is on sale now : www.homesandantiques.com