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Where to shop

Your little black book of where to buy everything you’ve seen in this issue

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Abrams Image abramsbooks.com

Ada & Ina linenfabrics.co.uk

Amara amara.com

Anaglypta anaglypta.co.uk

Andshine andshine.co.uk

Annie Sloan anniesloan.com

Anthropologie anthropologie.com

Argos argos.co.uk

Artisanti artisanti.com

Atkin and Thyme atkinandthyme.co.uk

B&Q diy.com

be&liv beandliv.com

Berry Red berryred.co.uk

Bertie & Jack bertieandjack.co.uk

Big Bathroom Shop bigbathroomshop.co.uk

Black by Design black-by-design.co.uk

Bonusprint bonusprint.co.uk

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About Homestyle

Is it just us, or is autumn an awkward time of year? Don’t get us wrong, it’s pretty as a peach, but we’re still sulking about the sorry excuse for a summer that snuck past, and while we’re (obviously) excited for the impending festivities of Christmas, we’re just not quite there yet. So this year, the HomeStyle team have resolved to embrace the autumn months and all they have to offer. We’ll be donning our best leaf-crunching boots and shopping for the fluffiest blankets to run home and curl up in. In fact, if you’re thinking of indulging in something similar, you’ll love the three cosy living room looks we’ve rustled up (p.66) – they’re suitably snug, and are sure to get you excited for cuddling up in the chilly months to come. If your home’s looking a little worse for wear and needs more than just cushions and candles to get it in shape, then our expert advice on page 60 should help solve some of your house horrors, and our ideas for utilising unusual spaces on page 72 will give otherwise untouched areas of your home a whole new purpose. Talking of horrors, we’re ripe and ready to get pumpkin carving, and have been perfecting our squash-chopping skills ready to whip up the delicious recipes from page 88 onwards. There’s bargain buys aplenty, and did we mention the truly beautiful real homes? You can thank us later...