Scotland’s best selling home magazine, and it is easy to see why. Homes & Interiors Scotland is great value, packing a huge amount of inspirational ideas for your home into every bi-monthly issue.
Though produced and published in Scotland, the ideas and designs included within Homes and Interiors Scotland will be useful wherever you may be. There are fantastic ideas for furnishing and decorating your house, covering every room from dining to bedroom, lounge to bathroom and more. As well as this there is coverage of some stunning architectural ideas, art to hang on your walls, features and recommendations and even great ideas for the garden. The perfect publication to help you turn your house into a home.
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If there’s one thing that can bring everybody together, it is interior design. We’re not necessarily suggesting that interior design will bring about world peace (although, you never know...), simple that people are people everywhere, and the one thing pretty much all people have in common is that they live in a house. Therefore, they want their house to look good.
Homes & Interiors Scotland does a great job of bringing you the very best of interior design from a Scottish perspective, and, no surprise, it is pretty similar to what everybody else across the UK wants from their home. Bright, bold colours or muted tones, luxurious fittings or those that look great but suit the budget of those who can’t afford a £12,000 wardrobe (something genuinely featured in the May/June edition of this magazine), all are suitable whatever part of this island nation you are from. The same would be true if you cast your net further ashore, examining the French, German or Italian ideas of interior design. In fact, why not take inspiration from designs worldwide – if everybody did this maybe we would all understand each other’s worlds a little better. Thus, world peace. Well, maybe it’s a bit of a stretch, but you never know, stranger things have happened... NB