October 2015 – Issue 244


October 2015

Now that Autumn is here and the days are getting much shorter, we start to look for ways to make our home as warm and cosy as can be. With that in mind this issue, we have our heating special which looks at fires and their surrounds, as well as stylish radiators and wood burning stoves. We bring you some great advice on insulating your home and cheap tricks to help keep the heat in too, while exploring the pros and cons of oil and gas. Last but not least, we have a selection of fire side accessories to complete the look.

With heat as a theme we also bring you some of the latest options in kitchen cooking appliances, from hobs and range cookers to ovens and microwaves. Our flooring feature offers a selection of carpets, tiles and wooden floors to help keep your feet happy with style in mind.

You are in for a treat with our readers’ homes this issue as we visit Nanda and Wiktor in their thoughtfully decorated home in Dundonald; it was love at first sight! Next we are off to County Clare to see what Clodagh has done with her beautifully renovated Atlantic facing cottage. Further south to County Wicklow, Eily and Conor have lovingly restored and renovated a country cottage amongst the rolling hills, perfect for their family.

Back in Belfast for our reader’s kitchen, Jenny and Simon show off their stunning Rational kitchen by Robinson Interiors, which was designed to improve the space they had as well as create a brand new look.

Leaving homes behind we travel to the historic country of Luxembourg, taking in all the top sites; countryside and architecture combined. Closer to home we explore the medieval town of Carrickfergus and all there is to do there.

Our cookery pages have mouthwatering recipes from The Linen Hill Kitchen & Deli at The OUTLET, Banbridge for you to try at home and impress your family and friends.

Finally, if you have a home or know of someone who has a home that you would like to see featured in the magazine contact us by email at editorial@ihil.net or phone 028 9147 3979.

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