the fair is great for all price points

Buying antiques is a great way of furnishing with minimal impact on the environment. And if you're always on the look-out for fascinating one-off pieces, don't miss the upcoming Decorative Antiques & Textile Fairs in London's Battersea.

As the world continues to beat a path to its door, this year's festival is focusing on the theme of identity and ways to make London feel hospitable to all of its residents and visitors

Gain colour confidence

Want to use colour in your home but not sure what goes with what? Are you wondering if feature walls are a thing of the past? Want advice on painting and brands of paint? Then come along to a colour workshop in central London

the new Timber Festival runs 6-9 July

Festival goers rejoice because a new festival launches this year in the National Forest. Join artists, musicians, scientists and thinkers at Timber for a weekend that celebrates life and nature..especially forests.

Harewood House has many Chippendale pieces

Harewood House near Leeds is home to a remarkable collection of Thomas Chippendale furniture and it's inviting the public to visit a special Chippendale trail to mark the 300th anniversary of the designer's birth