True to form, nature’s bounty is everywhere and we’re making the most of its rich colours and ravishing flora in our interiors schemes, revealed throughout this month’s delectable homes. We also celebrate the women of the Arts and Crafts movement for whom history has done a disservice. From May Morris to the Macdonald sisters, we showcase the amazing talents of several brilliant minds.Toasting the latest autumn/winter trends, we’ve come up with five ways to give your rooms a boost, whatever your collecting style. From Folk Art to tribal, via blue and white and Victoriana, you’re bound to feel inspired by this season’s palette.
Collect & Decorate
Discover the hottest fabric and wallpaper trends of the season, plus covetable antiques to match.
Focus on Delftware Tiles
Exploring the rich and fascinating history of these charming and highly collectable ceramics.
Women of Substance
May Morris, Mary Seton Watts, Margaret MacDonald, these pioneering women made a huge contribution to the Arts & Crafts movement.
Regency Convex Mirror
Opulent, luxurious and decadently gilded – they are the qualities that define Regency convex mirrors. This is our Design Icon this month.
Meet the Maker
See the inspiration behind Victoria Claire Dawes handmade pottery
All this and much much more!!
The November issue of Homes & Antiques is on sale now : www.homesandantiques.com