Once associated with dusty old displays at Grandma’s house, dried flowers are again taking centre stage in people’s homes in an effort to live more sustainably. In Everlastings (£14.99, Hardie Grant), Bex Partridge shares her love of dried flowers with tips on growing, harvesting and pressing, along with a beautiful array of projects to try. Learn how to work with the seasons to create delicate floral wreaths, garlands and displays, including this framed wildflower arrangement.
TAKE A CREATIVE COURSE
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Use Tiles To Add The Wow Factor
Take your home from drab to fab with tile designs from Tile Giant
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Their Victorian dream needed plenty of work, but room by room, Laura and her husband Mitchell have brought this period property back to life
From modern country schemes and minimal Scandi designs to the bohemian beauty of folk patterns – these decorating favourites never go out of style
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This palette is SO SOOTHING'
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Make every space WORK HARDER
Upcycling, storage and display ideas to make the everyday easier and more stylish
Great Ideas For Small Kitchens
Compact spaces can still be mighty, they just need some clever design ideas to make them practical and stylish
Try a speedy STYLE UPDATE
Have fun with these simple yet creative ideas that’ll ring the changes in your home without turning into a full redo
We embraced BOLD PATTERN'
Julia played the waiting game before transforming her rabbit warren of a house into a colourful, maximalist family home
Paint for your BUSY FAMILY
Keep your home smart with washable, wipeable Crown Paints
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On their first week in class, a group of students is playing a first-person shooter video game in a sleek new digital studio.
Tasty, testing and English to its wing tips
A devoted parent, a conscientious mate, a strategic flyer and a joy on the table — the grey partridge gets Ed Wills’s vote for the best quarry
A WEEKEND AWAY AT: The Star
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A wealth of considered elements are the hallmark of the reinvention of this heritage house into a haven of contemporary living for a young family.
WHAT WOMEN WANT
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How to navigate using waves
Developing a thorough understanding of what the waves are telling you can provide you with a ‘sixth sense’ when it comes to navigation, says Dag Pike
Wisdom of the greats
Tom Payne reveals the tricks to great shooting he has learned from watching some of the true masters of our sport in action
The good life
Deer and duck turn up in numbers to add some timely variety to the freezer
Pike for all seasons
A fortuitous diversion provides inspiration to try for a pike but will this notoriously tricky adversary play ball, wonders Jamie Tusting