In the April issue of Homes & Antiques discover the beauty of colourful folk art, explore beautiful houses, dreamy springtime decorating and covetable antiques.
The art of folk
Filled with vibrant colour, riotous pattern and decorative furniture, this joyful look hails from Eastern Europe and celebrates naïve art and folk trends.
Building on the past
Rory Young’s handsome Cirencester townhouse is a beautiful example of meticulous period restoration using traditional design techniques.
With concrete floors, mid-century furniture and seriously covetable tiles, Phil and Kelly’s bungalow has been given a thoroughly unexpected and divine makeover.
Janet Gleeson visits Milton Manor for an education in elegant 18th-century living and Strawberry Hill Gothic.
The essential guide to living rooms
Maggie Stevenson invites you to rethink your living room and create an attractive space for family and friends.
Notes on an icon: Finn Juhl
The danish architect Finn Juhl was an innovator of sleek furniture design. Sophie Hannam learns about his rise to greatness and takes a look around the house he designed and built in Copenhagen.
Plus, we take a look at the upcoming Christie’s sale of David and Pegg Rockefeller’s estate, including legendary impressionist and modern art, alongside classic English furniture and a sublime natural history collection.
You’ll also get a list of the best antiques and vintage fairs to visit in April, must-visit events and exhibitions, plus covetable new finds from the high street.
All this and much much more!!
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