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Build It
June 2018

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Hamish and Liberty Martin took a gamble on an overgrown plot and built a vernacular home that supports both their lifestyle and business needs
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Future Perfect
Needing more space and a modern dwelling to suit their needs, Richard and Tory Benson opted to buy a detached mid-century house and transform it into the high-tech family home of their dreams
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Designed for life
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A beginner’s guide to package homes
Entering the world of self-building for the first time can be a daunting prospect. Mike Hardwick reveals why hiring a package home firm could be the ideal route for novices
Your home’s flight is much more than a functional feature; it can add impact and wow factor to your interiors. Here are the latest on-trend design ideas
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Looking for some creative flights that may suit your home? Here’s our handpicked selection of the latest stair styles
Design details Bathroom tiles
Tiles aren’t just the practical choice for wet areas. They can also bring vibrant colour and pattern, and define the mood of the entire space – with something for all budgets, says Emily Brooks
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No construction method scores a perfect 10 on all fronts, but for every scheme there’s an optimum way to build, depending on your priorities. Emily Brooks takes a look at how the decision gets made in the real world
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So you want a state-of-the-art abode with all the bells and whistles – but if you believe the tabloids, you might be opening yourself up to the risk of a cyber attack. Anna-Marie DeSouza investigates the security issues surrounding home technology
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