All the inspiration that you need for decorating your home this year can be found in the February issue of Homes & Antiques:
DISCOVER FORNASETTI Instantly recognisable and endlessly beguiling, the timeless mid-century work of Piero Fornasetti has enjoyed a revival in the last 30 years. We look at how he took the ordinary and made it extraordinary
THE WARP AND WEFT Such is the amount of conservation work, the National Trust’s textiles team will be busy until 2022! Step inside their studio and discover the meticulous skill involved
SMALL WONDER If you’re not sure how to make the most of your petite rooms, it can be helpful to see how someone else does. Take a look inside four homes, all strikingly different but brilliantly vibrant and eclectically styled
SPATIAL AWARENESS Terraces, flats and cottages all have their charms, but the luxury of lavish dimensions is often not among them. Here, we reveal how to use antiques to make the most of your space
CREATIVE SOLUTIONS Cooking and dining when space is tight can be restrictive, but by employing creative solutions you can make the most of even the tiniest kitchen
LOCK AND KEY Featured in fairy tales, works of art, ancient ceremonies and year-long sieges, locks and keys play and important role in or history and collective psyche. Discover some of the mysteries surrounding these seemingly quotidian objects
THE KNOWLEDGE Antiques Roadshow art expert Paul Atterbury shares the charm of Augustus Pugin’s gothic work and how you too can find a dramatic piece PLUS Listings of the best antiques and vintage fairs this month, auction news, the best places to visit this February….and lots more.