Interiors

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Why use an architect when planning your home renovation?

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Throughout much of 2020, many of us have adapted to the concept of home working. But what are the real pros and cons of the new 9 to 5, asks Candia McKormack

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A 19th-century cottage near Stroud provides the perfect setting for carol-singing, feasting, present-opening – and playing champagne-driven competitive board games. Words by Victoria Jenkins; photos by Lisa Lodwig

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Making natural festive decorations

Saturday, November 21, 2020

Siân Ellis chats to green florist and flower farmer Sue Narbett about winter’s beauty and making natural festive decorations

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Cath Kidston has opened up almost every nook and cranny of her Cotswold idyll in a new book, A Place Called Home. Katie Jarvis spoke to Cath

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Property Market

Wed, 10:08

Why use an architect when planning your home renovation?

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In the first of a new series for Essex Life, Sybilla Hart goes behind the scenes of some of the county’s most distinguished buildings to discover the secret histories they hold

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Everything is starting to come together in Sandbach, but as lockdown hits again, Kunal and Thomas remind themselves of just why they are on this journey – and that all will come right in the end

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This substantial country house, complete with fully converted annex accommodation and excellent equestrian facilities, is set in grounds of about eight acres

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Macclesfield resident Lianne Kilroy has taken her love of interiors to a whole new level – a micro level, with her dolls’ house that downsizes her own home

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Homes & Gardens

Gardens

Saturday, November 21, 2020

History and landscape have inspired the design of a sloping Cotswold garden. Words and pictures by Mandy Bradshaw

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Summer is well and truly over; autumn is underway and now is an ideal time to start considering landscaping your garden.

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Making a Christmas wreath

Monday, September 21, 2020

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust help us make our own fresh foliage wreaths for the festive season

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Make better use of your outdoor space any time of the year with a luxury handcrafted treehouse.

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Flowers have been used for culinary purposes as far back as Ancient Greek and Egyptian times. Emma Hutchinson of the Cotswold florist, The Bespoke Flower Co. takes a closer look at edible flowers, why they are enjoying a renaissance on our plates and what you can grow at home to tempt your taste buds!

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