You may not be ready to get out the sun-loungers until that weather’s more settled, but there’s no reason you can’t enjoy the pleasures of the outdoors, by turning your home into a nature-inspired oasis. Blurring the boundary between inside and out and playing with botanical effects is a passion for Selina Lake, who reveals … Read moreGarden Style Can Bloom Indoors and Out
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Alan Titchmarsh is calling on gardeners to make a metre for wildlife this summer, by providing a refuge for struggling butterflies, moths and other pollinators. Launching Butterfly Conservation’s ‘Plots for Pollinators’ campaign, Titchmarsh, the charity’s vice president, says: “The future of our butterflies, moths and other pollinating insects is under threat, as the places where … Read moreAlan Titchmarsh Explains How To Create A Plot For Pollinators
Put a spring in your step – and home – this season. Gabrielle Fagan seeks out all things bright and beautiful
Lose yourself in a purple haze by visiting these wildflower fields and woodlands this Spring, says Sarah Marshall
Garden designer Hilary Thomas offers 5 tips on how to make stylish changes to your garden that will make a real difference later on in the year.
This fine property is located in a sought after Berkshire location and stands in tree fringed grounds of around one acre.
A distinctive period property, which is a landmark Grade 11 Listed family home known locally as The Cat, goes on sale today with video tour marketing
Despite slowed sales growth retailers are reporting signs of renewed optimism for the first time in more than a year despite sales growth slowing for the third month in a row, according to Josie Clarke, Press Association Consumer Affairs Correspondent
Wellbeing guru Liz Earle reveals her 7 top tips for creating that dream home office. By Gabrielle Fagan PA
With the total value of London’s homes is now over £1.5 trillion, a quick insight into how Britain’s major cities shape up. By Vicky Shaw PA
Feeling squeezed at home? Topology designers Athina Bluff and Amy Brandhorst share their top space-enhancing hacks with Gabrielle Fagan.
With the Winter Olympics in full swing in South Korea, we look back at the origins of some of the Games’ iconic sports. By Katie Wright, Press Association
Artwork created using the clothing of refugees and suspended in mid-air has been placed in a cathedral to highlight their suffering. By By Flora Thompson PA
Treat your home to a new look for the new year. Gabrielle Fagan showcases her top picks
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