The winners of this year’s Homes & Gardens Fabric Awards were fêted at a glamorous breakfast at the stylish Ham Yard Hotel in central London on Friday 16th September. Presented by H&G Editor Deborah Barker and Publisher Joanne O’Hara, the morning was attended by guests from the design, fabric and wallpaper industries.Read more →
The September issue of Homes & Gardens is out now. For a sneak peek of what’s inside, take a look at our video preview. Inside, we explore a beautiful lakeside home in Uruguay, cross the pond to visit a 19th-century brownstone in Brooklyn and fall in love with interior designer Birdie Fortescue’s Georgian home in Norfolk.Read more →
We’ve teamed up with Farrow & Ball for an exclusive reader event on 21st June at the creatively inspired gardens at Highgrove in Gloucestershire. After a tour of the gardens and champagne afternoon tea F&B’s international colour consultant Joa Studholme will introduce the company’s new colours and illustrate simple ways to create individual looks at home.
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H&G Trends is out today with our April issue, and it’s safe to say that it’s a pretty spectacular issue. Featuring the very latest design, designer interviews and stunning photography and styling, the fourth edition of our annual supplement explores ten trends that are set the dominate the design world in 2016. And in an exciting synthesis of print and social media, we want you, our dear readers, to join us on Instagram to explore these new design directions.Read more →
It is with great excitement that we reveal this year’s winners of the Homes & Gardens Designer Awards 2016. The event took place at the British Museum in London, and the evening was opened with a key note speech by John Mathers, CEO of the Design Council, who shared an interesting insight into the importance of the design industry in Britain’s trade and economy.Read more →
This year’s shortlist demonstrates how pattern and texture can transform a 2-D surface. Find out more about Helliot & Co, Deborah Bowness and Kangan Arora…Read more →