Homes & Antiques – November 2017

Homes and Antiques Cover - November 2017The 300th issue of H&A is on sale now and it’s time to celebrate! To mark the occasion, we’ve planned (and photographed!) a party that explores three decades of decadent style; art deco, 1970s and eclectic contemporary. Grab a slice of cake, a glass of something bubbly and step inside…

We also delve into the sparkling history of champagne – and fly the moon, as we look into the star lot in the recent Space Exploration sale at Sotheby’s. Plus, we reveal what some of the most influential antiques and interiors experts have on their interiors wish-lists right now.

Celebrate our 300th issue with us!
It’s H&A’s 300th issue! To mark the occasion, we have put together, a party that celebrates three decades of decadent style. Find plenty of ideas for your next celebration.

Personal Passions
To mark the 300th issue, we revisit five of the most imaginative homes from our Open House series. From Sir John Soane’s museum to Hauteville House, rediscover these extraordinary homes and their magnificent collections.

Notes on an Icon: Thomas Chippendale
Thomas Chippendale was cabinetmaker to the rich and famous in the 1700s, and next year will be the 300th anniversary of his birth. We explore his rise to greatness and take a look into the life of the great furniture designer.

What to buy now? We ask the experts…
Have you ever wondered what Antiques Roadshow specialist Judith Miller or Daniel Hopwood from The Great Interior Design Challenge would buy if they were given £30, £300, £3000? We ask the most influential antiques and interiors experts what’s at the top of their interiors wish-list.

The essential guide to timeless style
With top tips from interiors gurus, Maggie Stevenson talks us through the art of the timeless interior in seven easy steps.

You will also get a list of the best antiques and vintage fairs to visit in November. Don’t miss this extra-special issue!

The November issue of Homes & Antiques is on sale now:

Images: Katya De Grunwald

Styling: Ali Attenborough