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In this issue

In this issue of Home: Kitchens full of colour & character; Food - Cook & bake with coffee; In the Garden - Beat the heat with the right plants + 6-point plan for a formal design; Design challenge - Win kitchen units worth R100 000!

Pestilence Domestica

We usually call them dirty, dangerous and utterly gross. But what if we looked at domestic pests through a different lens, asks Karin Brynard.

Pestilence Domestica

3 mins

Quick as a flash!

These 15 dinners can be whipped up in a jiffy - before the power goes out!

Quick as a flash!

10+ mins

The gift that keeps on giving

By taking cuttings and dividing existing plants and those from friends, Anne Turner and her son David have created a stunning garden that takes on a whole new personality as the seasons change.

The gift that keeps on giving

6 mins

Upcycle it!

Tuis Home food editor Johané Neilson and her husband Allister revamped a second-hand melamine wall unit to create a bespoke wall-to-wall display cabinet, for less than R3 500!

Upcycle it!

3 mins

Little house in the forest

Thanks to her capable father, Neilke Pretorius and her partner enjoy an idyllic lifestyle in a custom-made home hidden in the trees.

Little house in the forest

4 mins

Living large, inside and out

South Africans love a space where indoors and outdoors come together.

Living large, inside and out

8 mins

Modern CLASSIC

With authenticity as a guiding design principle, a young family has created their happy space in a 105-year-old house in the heart of vibrant Sea Point.

Modern CLASSIC

3 mins

Peace & quiet...

A cinematographer and a set designer found the perfect bolt-hole in the Eastern Cape Karoo where they can truly relax and unwind.

Peace & quiet...

3 mins

ART AND SOUL

Five years ago, the Krugers transformed a tired city bungalow into a unique and modern family home.

ART AND SOUL

3 mins

Group therapy

Add impact and create rhythm using repetition and collections, as these Home readers have done.

Group therapy

1 min

A trip down memory lane

Inspire a little nostalgia with aniseed, cinnamon, peppermint Crisp, coconut, condensed milk, rooibos, raisins...

A trip down memory lane

10+ mins

Retro style

With curves in all the right places, this display shelf makes a statement!

Retro style

1 min

Inside out

Connecting indoor and outdoor areas with organic motifs, rustic finishes and lush greenery creates beautiful, serene spaces.

Inside out

2 mins

Carpe diem!

A sermon from beyond reminds Karin Brynard to live life to the fullest and finish it with grace.

Carpe diem!

3 mins

Moonlight roses

More than a century after this Victorian house was built, well-planned garden rooms enhance its beauty and style.

Moonlight roses

5 mins

With my own two hands'

After a lengthy detour in Asia, this Free State farm boy lost his heart, but found his feet, in Philadelphia where he restored a Victorian home to its former glory.

With my own two hands'

4 mins

Easy on the eye

These six kitchens will change the way you think about design, colours and light.

Easy on the eye

7 mins

A holiday at home

Inspired by her travels to Bali, Jodi Lawrence has created an escapist retreat in Fish Hoek.

A holiday at home

4 mins

A farm feel in the city

This 100-year-old house in Johannesburg is a tranquil haven for the De Wets.

A farm feel in the city

3 mins

Old, new & retro

An interior decorator shows how well different styles and textures come together in her own home.

Old, new & retro

2 mins

A natural haven

Reminiscent of a rock pool, this ecofriendly swimming pond will evolve and adapt to the environment over time, adding to the biodiversity of the property.

A natural haven

5 mins

Don't move, improve!

The desire for a pantry led to this modern update of a family kitchen.

Don't move, improve!

3 mins

On top OF THE WORLD

Combining their landscaping and engineering skills, the Kosters created an off-the-grid family home in harmony with nature with a spectacular view as a bonus!

On top OF THE WORLD

6 mins

ON TREND with green

Bold and invigorating, green is a strong contender to overthrow grey as the hot colour in your home.

ON TREND with green

6 mins

'GOOD FOR THE planet GOOD FOR US'

The dream of having a "natural vineyard" led to these city dwellers building an eco house with their own hands, using soil from their own land.

'GOOD FOR THE planet GOOD FOR US'

6 mins

Golden oldies

A lick of paint and a dash of sentiment is often all a space needs for a new look.

Golden oldies

2 mins

A Place of Rest With Pops of Colour

Popular chef Mynhardt Joubert and lan Engelmohr's new home has brought about a wonderful mind shift for the couple.

A Place of Rest With Pops of Colour

5 mins

Blowing in the breeze

Create your own meadow by combining ornamental grasses and flowering plants.

Blowing in the breeze

3 mins

A natural choice

Wildflowers and veld grasses ensure that this garden blends seamlessly with its surroundings.

A natural choice

4 mins

Don’t move, improve!

The addition of a bioclimatic pergola and adjoining pool has given this garden the air of an endless summer.

Don’t move, improve!

3 mins

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Home South Africa Magazine Description:

PublisherMedia24

CategoryHome

LanguageEnglish

Frequency45 Days

Home is a practical, inspiring guide for the home and garden that enables people to make their home prettier and increase the value – inside and outside. The magazine makes life easier for people wanting to buy a home, build, or make alterations, or even try their hand at gardening, cooking and decorating. Home doesn't just demonstrate what looks good – it explains what adds value, and why. The magazine offers readers affordable and accessible choices, help with do-it-yourself projects, and provide advice for renovations. It’s for men and women with ordinary lives, ordinary careers and ordinary homes; people who want to add value to their home with a limited budget.

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