The accompanying magazine to the excellent channel 4 program, Grand Designs magazine is a high-quality design publication that is perfect whether you want to design from the outside or inside.
Grand Designs features design advice from the experts on the program, including the legendary Kevin McCloud. Inside you’ll find inspiration for every room, from kitchen to bedroom with a stop off at the bathroom. There are great ideas for colours, specific designs, projects and furnishings, all illustrated with beautiful colour photography, and every budget is covered, making this the perfect source of design inspiration wherever you might live.
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Grand Designs really does bring you some, well, grand designs, featuring some astonishing examples of the ability of the top designers to effortlessly meld style and function. The quality of some of the architecture and interior design in this magazine really pushes the boundaries of what is possible, and with a little bit of thought it is achievable on pretty much any budget. We reckon the most important room in the house is a library, or at least something approximating to it.
Everybody needs a space in which to escape the toils and responsibilities of the outside world, and what better space is there for that to happen than in a little nook somewhere in your house, with a comfy sofa or chair, one of the perfect ones that you could spend hours, surrounded by books. You can escape into the world of a book, losing yourself in exotic locations and characters for a couple of hours.
And you know what? There should be space on your shelves for a whole array of magazines. Why not amass a collection of magazines covering a huge array of the different subjects covered in the extensive collection of titles we can boast here at Newsstand. Every time you retreat from the world you can pick up a different title and learn something new, or thumb through an old favourite. Lovely escapism.