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…
This year, we’ll be putting an afternoon aside (at the very least) before Christmas Day arrives to do, quite simply, some lovely, last-minute festive things.
Six mini recipes for those unexpected visitors, created by Sam Wylde of Sam’s Kitchen Deli.
Because being the perfect host isn’t just about making sure everyone’s fed and watered...
Wall lights are just one of the various lighting components that your home should look to, and one that should absolutely not be overlooked.
Believe it or not, where this beam-laden Neptune kitchen now stands, there was once horses and stables...
Instead of using crockery in matching sets, mix a few different designs and watch how things quickly become more creative.
This time, our very own writer cum gardener looks at how to build your garden based on both sight and smell.
Storage – the more you have in your kitchen the better, so how to make the most of those fiddly but characterful kitchen alcoves.
In our final chapter, Giles takes you behind the scenes of our stores so you know how we see them, and how we’d love you to see them too – as a place to call home.
Utility and laundry rooms are your kitchen’s helpful neighbour, and while you’re unlikely to want to spend more time than necessary in them, they deserve the same level of thoughtful design and clever detail as the star of the show.
Duvet days are for any month of the year, days with rain or shine, for summer and for winter. Here’s how to take one.
Our resident green-fingered writer shares a few easy tips on using pots and planters to great effect.