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Traditional Leaded Lights

Leaded lights are one of the oldest techniques for glazing still in use today. Looked after properly, leaded lights can last hundreds of years, so routine maintenance is essential for preservation.

Oak staircase from Orlestone Oak,

Statement Staircases

The architects of stately homes certainly understood the significance of the staircase, which often forms the centerpiece of a building and offers an immediate ‘wow factor’ to visitors.


Light & Shade

Seasonal lighting tips and inspiration


Keith’s Got it Covered

After working for more than 50 years in the upholstery business, you could say that Keith Cleal has it well covered!

Hand-crafted finial globe lights installed at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons Hotel and Restaurant, Oxfordshire

Don’t blame it on the Moonlight

Our features writer Louise Tomlin talks to the owner and inventor of stone globe lights, Joanna Wallis

Swimming pool area at the rear of the property (© Mark Lane)

A Garden Paradise

In part two of Mark Lane’s 70s bungalow restoration we take a look at his beautiful garden transformation.


Kent Farmers’ Markets

Upcoming market days in Kent, through to November 2018


Welcome to Autumn 2018

Welcome to our Autumn 2018 Issue

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Top Ten Cut Flowers to Grow at Home

A vase of fresh flowers cut straight from the garden can instantly make a house feel more like a home. There are plenty of cut flowers that you can grow at home, but if you need some inspiration take a look at our top ten favourites.


Afternoon Tea at Bramble Café

Recipes from Afternoon Tea at Bramble Café by Mat Follas; Photography by Steve Painter; Published by Ryland Peters & Small