Increasingly, the redecoration of former pubs offers an opportunity to evoke a long-lost style of decoration.
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Interiors editor Giles Kime gives his advice on how to get a handle on your kitchen drawers and cupboards.
The modern chaise longue has been reinvented to combine pared-back looks with a more commodious feel.
The secret of the classic country wedding is quality over quantity, says Giles Kime
Michael Caine swears by separate bathrooms. You don't need to go quite so far, says Giles Kime.
Country Life's interiors editor Giles Kime makes his selection of fine flooring for all types of different room.
For cosiness and efficiency, log burners and stoves are the ultimate choice.
Giles Kime takes a look at the trend for low-hanging lights.
Giles Kime admires a pared-down space capped off with an antique marble bath that sets the tone.
Furry and feathery creatures are here to stay.
Stephanie Dunning’s house has a feel that gives no clue to the restoration that has taken place.
Stamp Duty has forced people to change their existing houses rather than move to new ones – and Giles Kime isn't convinced that it's always a good thing.
From four posters to luxurious divans, we pick out the finest beds on the market.
Our interiors expert Giles Kime guides you towards the most beautiful lighting on the market today.
Giles Kime casts his eye over the finest fireplaces in the land.
Giles Kime makes a bold prediction as he perceives a new wind blowing through the world of interiors.
Giles Kime takes a look at the work of Max Rollitt, focusing on this beautiful room in an 18th century house in London.
Giles Kime rounds up his favourite pieces of the last week, and tackles a thorny problem.
Giles Kime takes a look at what we could all learn about our living spaces from Britain's stateliest homes.
It may be gone from our screens, but Giles Kime believes that the hugely-successful Downton Abbey has left a lasting mark on British homes