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It’s far nicer (and easier) when things are in your own language.Right now, we speak a few, but we’re learning more all the time…
Everything you (really) need to know about lighting your home, as told by interiors journalist Claudia Baillie.
On the hottest evening of the year, John and Emma Sims-Hilditch opened up their Cornish home to viewers on our Instagram TV to share design ideas and demystify the interior design process. Here’s what they discussed with interiors journalist Suzanne Imre.
Five simple tips to help make your home a comfortable place to be when the temperature rises.
A celebration of the rich history of ceramics, from rustic stoneware to refined porcelain
Join Kathy Crisp, the conservation cleaner at Charleston House in Sussex, former home of the Bloomsbury Group, as she takes us behind closed doors to see what’s been going on to preserve the artworks inside during lockdown.
We get together with our in-house stylist, Meaghan, to chat about her (very varied!) day to day and her expert tips on styling your home the Neptune way.
With more opportunity to read, we’ve selected three books that have stretched our minds, taken us to new places in our heads and simply delighted us.
We reflect on the ways we’ve reconnected to the simple things in life during lockdown, and put together a list of ways to keep them going even when life gets busy again.
Personal style consultant Becky Hall explains why sorting out your wardrobe does as much for your well-being as it does for tidying up the space.
Hidden in a London basement is that most specialist of workshops - the restoration centre for broken Steinway pianos. Deputy editor of House & Garden, David Nicholls, takes a tour.
Take inspiration from the iconic sets of four of cinema’s most stylish directors and their crews.
What’s in a name? Come with us on a short – but fascinating – journey into the history of three garden buildings that, although often interchangeable in name, have their own unique story to tell.