Written by Karen Walker

Free magazine: Read the February 2021 issue of Good Homes online

Discover beautiful homes, ideas for mindful living and the best ways to achieve your New Year’s Resolutions for your home in the February issue of Good Homes, available to read online now, for free.

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Dear readers,

Spending more time at home over the last year has given me the opportunity – in between working on the magazine and website that is – to get organised and streamline my home.

I’m currently in the process of decanting all of our tinned, boxed and plastic-wrapped food items into matching glass storage jars with annotated labels – which, in my head, would work wonderfully in the walk-in larder of my fantasy DeVol kitchen! It’s these kind of dreams and ideas that make each of our homes in the February issue of Good Homes unique.

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Lisa Bailey’s elegant Georgian renovation provides all the inspiration I need to (hopefully) turn my plans of an open-plan, kitchen-living-dining space, complete with sliding doors to the outside, into a reality one day. And if it’s a hands-on extension project that ignites your creativity, the Boddington family’s incredible transformation of a dated Sixties-built house will have you searching for properties ripe for renovation this year.

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We’ve also curated some expert ideas to declutter your kitchen, a in-depth guide to storage solutions for the home and brilliant style inspiration for creating mindful interiors to help bring some calm to what’s sure to be another unsettled year.

You can read the February issue online for free now. I really hope you enjoy it!

 

Karen Walker
Editor, Good Homes

 

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