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About Homestyle

We’re so excited to bring you the second issue of HomeStyle magazine. Thank you to everyone who has been in touch, it’s great to hear all of your wonderful stories and see that we’ve ignited your creativity and energy to transform your homes. It’s been a fun-packed month here in the HomeStyle offices, let me tell you! I stepped into the battlefield of The Great Upcycling Challenge for the first time; see the results on page 84 – then please vote for me in our little competition on Twitter! I also visited some amazing spaces this issue, including the inspiring home of seamstress and professional crafter Lisa Comfort (our cover girl this month, see page 16). Everywhere I turned there was another idea Lisa had cleverly designed – and always high on style yet tight on budget. The team’s been busy again tracking down even more high street bargains for you to snap up, just turn the page to get started. And remember we want you to be a part of HomeStyle too, so do send us your project pictures and it’s never too late to be our cover girl!

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We’re so excited to bring you the second issue of
Living
I’m Lisa Comfort and I live with my boyfriend Matt,
I’m Elizabeth, I live here with my other half James
I’m Karen Proctor and I live with my daughter Lilly
Hi, I’m Amalia Booker and I live here with my
• Consider drainage If you want to move a toilet
The stainless steel and white scheme bounces light around Lizzie’s
I’m Kirsty Patrick and I live with my fiancé Jon
Hi, I’m Lily Hart. I live with my Mum, Karen,
This issue I’ve searched out the products that help save
Shopping
For a fun, animated home, opt for perky pops of
• Find a unit with a surface that isn’t likely
• Choose a rug that suits your lifestyle. If you
•Tape a small sample of your preferred paper onto the
• Position your clock very carefully. Bear in mind that
• There’s no skirting around the fact that kitchen dressers
• Upholstered chairs can be a pain to clean if
• Before hanging your mirror, think about the lighting in
Designed in the style of traditional filament bulbs, these new
Love grabbing a sneaky bargain?
Styling
Double duvet set, £29.99; scatter cushions, from £2.99; moss-knit blanket,
Rachel Ogden reveals how cut-price kitchens can be just as
D o you ever check your monthly household spending and
For a calm and tranquil setting, opt for soft pastel
Making
Make Lisa Comfort Photo Brent Darby Styling Charlotte Coward-Williams Instructions
⁕ Drill, 6mm screws, 7mm rawplugs (or appropriate alternative for
For a perfect stencilled motif, start from the edges inwards,
⁎ Fabric, width of window +3cm by height of window
When faced with a bedraggled set of drawers or a
Cooking
⁎ ¼ cucumber ⁎ 200ml low fat Greek yoghurt ⁎
⁎ 180g unsalted butter ⁎ 200g plain flour ⁎ 1
Now’s the time we start upping sticks (or should that
Regulars
Your little black book of every contact