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Made at Home

A celebration of creative resilience By Alice Sage In March 2020 countries around the globe went into lockdown to try and stop the spread of coronavirus. In the first weeks, supermarkets struggled to fill the shelves as people stocked up. Loo roll became a symbol of  both excess and necessity. On social media, against a… Continue reading Made at Home

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Keeping Hens

A chatty Guide to Chickens by Jane Furnival with Andy and Will Tribble Will Tribble, the son of the other two authors, sums up the book very succinctly thus: ‘If you have purchased a book called Keeping Hens solely for information about keeping hens, all you need to know are two things. The first is… Continue reading Keeping Hens

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A Dog’s Guide to Art

By Joy Fitzsimmons A light-hearted look at art through canine eyes. I think I am almost as excited about this book, as the author is herself. As you may recall I interviewed Joy for our ‘Meet the Maker’ series a while back, this is how she described her work. ‘My on going theme is placing… Continue reading A Dog’s Guide to Art

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Mad About The house

101 interior Design Answers by Kate Watson-Smythe A practical how-to –guide from the author of Mad About The House, the bestselling book and UK’s number 1 interiors blog. Very excited to read Kate’s new book. I’m enchanted with the engaging way she writes and absolutely loved her previous Mad about The House book reviewed here… Continue reading Mad About The house

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Need some baking inspiration? Look no further than April Carter’s book DECORATED

  by April Carter  photographed by Danielle Wood This is a cookery book with style. Decorated is April’s third book and she has a fresh modern approach to baking. The book has a gorgeous cover photo, a clever ‘shabby chic’ take on the humble Victoria sponge. It is made up of a pyramid of cakes of different… Continue reading Need some baking inspiration? Look no further than April Carter’s book DECORATED