When you move into a new property you’re suddenly faced with lots of decisions; and I’m speaking from experience here, as after many twists and turns in the process I’ve finally moved into my new home. While it’s great to have a blank (or in my case a not-so-blank canvas) to work with, it does come with numerous dilemmas; ‘what colours should I go for in the living room?’, ‘do I change the flooring or live with it for now?’, and ‘do I buy that sideboard?’ are just some of my current woes! In short, here are lots of choices to be made; which is really wonderful but also a tad daunting. Whether you’ve been in your home forever or just moved into a new place, then you’re in luck as we have three great features this month that will help. Find our guide to flooring on page 63, spend or save shopping tips on page 86, and a mini low-down on paint over on page 100. We also have 45 pages of real homes if you’re on the lookout for even more inspiration. One of my favourites is Emma’s 1970s revamp. She has definitely embraced the ethos of buying pieces that you love. And I’m totally down with that!
HomeStyle UK – June 2022
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Housekeeping has evolved throughout the last century. What were previously traditional duties held by women who stayed at home to raise their children, clean, and cook have fused into the traditional woman who must ‘do it all.' Many conventional home publications that have been around for a long time have found this to be a struggle. What does it mean to be a house in the twenty-first century? Most Home Magazine Subscriptions have risen to the occasion and fared admirably in this change.
Good Housekeeping, which was founded in 1909, has been a favorite of homemakers and housekeepers for almost a century. Mostly because of their ability to keep up with the modern family and its obstacles - such as having two working parents. The kitchen, which was long the realm of the woman of the family, can now be occupied by Dad or even teenagers who are taking over the cooking duties. Recipes and suggestions have been updated to reflect the current state of affairs. Southern Living is another great home magazine that has been around for a long time and has updated and adjusted recipes for modern times. Homemakers desire and require quick, easy, and economical ways to cook and maintain their homes, and these magazines have done an admirable job of providing them.