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Ad Feature 4 ways to keep your home cosy this Autumn

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

As we head into Autumn, the change in season is all around us. From the leaves on the trees turning burnt orange and fiery red, to dark mornings and nights bookending our days. As we put the clocks back an hour to battle the darkness, here’s some top tips on how you can keep your home warm and costs down this Autumn.

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Rural energy provider, Calor, gives some top tips for homeowners wanting to make their houses cosy and warm in time for the colder months.

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It could be argued that lighting design is one of the most crucial elements of your home décor – and there are options to suit every need and all tastes

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Interiors editor Carol Burns is always looking for show pieces that offer up the wow factor – and have their own unique story. Enter Hampshire’s Seat Threads

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Recycling, washing at lower temperatures and turning off the TV standby are standard approaches to eco-living, but there are much more exciting and aesthetic ways to protect the environment, says Carol Burns

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Traditionally crafted wardrobe designs blended with luxury modern style and The Heritage Wardrobe Company go hand in hand as their designers work with you to understand your storage needs

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Unless you can afford a Monet or a Francis Bacon, art can make a poor investment, but with a little expert help you can choose something that looks great. Design director Naomi Pound and gallery director Bridget Sterling offer some tips on choosing the right artwork for your home

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If you are looking for some spring cheer head to Tinklertastic for some of Sue Tinkler’s gloriously vibrant glass accessories

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Ad Feature Ways to use stone in your home

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Durable and beautiful, stone was one of the earliest materials used in homes and has stood the test of time. Modern stonemasonry techniques are a mix of old and new: the stone is cut to size on machines controlled by computers, but finishing and polishing are done by hand.

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A look inside Old House in the New Forest

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Discreetly tucked away in the New Forest, Emma Caulton (eventually) finds Old House – and it is a bit unexpected...

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