Have you got the new issue of Period Living? Out now

Featuring the winners of the Readers' Homes Awards and celebrating all things autumn, the November issue is now on sale. Here's a sneak peek…

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Have you picked up the latest issue of Period Living yet? The beautiful November edition features all the winning projects from the Readers' Homes Awards 2018, along with the stories behind them.

With autumn now upon us, the issue is packed with cosy, inviting ideas for decorating your home, expert heating advice, and inspiration for adding seasonal colour to the garden.

Add that to the usual mix of expert advice, unique lifestyle features, and antiques and vintage content, and you have another issue of your favourite magazine.

See all the winners of the Period Living Readers' Homes Awards 2018

Winner of Best Project in the Period Living Readers' Homes Awards 2018

(Image: © Jeremy Phillips)

Choosing just five winners from so many strong entries was always going to be difficult. Luckily, we had fabric designer Vanessa Artbuthnott on hand to help select the winning entries in the Readers' Homes Awards.

Showcasing the best in British period home and garden design, we feature the projects in full in the November issue.

The latest autumn paint colours shown on leaves

(Image: © Kasia Fiszer)

As the nights draw in, warm up your home with a cosy palette of autumn paint shades. Or, decorate with the latest vintage-inspired dark botanical prints for a midnight garden feel.

Celebrate design icon Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Period Living November 2018 feature on Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh

In the first of a new series looking at the influence of design icons over the centuries, Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum looks at the work of British designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, which was largely unappreciated in his own lifetime.

Create seasonal colour in the garden

Period Living November 2018 feature on getting autumn colour in the garden

(Image: © Leigh Clapp)

With foliage on the turn and jewel-like berries glistening in the soft light, autumn is the time to enjoy a crescendo of colours in the garden. Find out how with your essential seasonal plant palette.

Discover salvage secrets of antique fireplaces

Behind the scenes at Holyrood Architectural Salvage in Edinburgh, a specialist in reclaimed fireplaces

(Image: © Jeremy Phillips)

Holyrood Architectural Salvage in Edinburgh is home to one of Britain's finest collections of antique fireplaces. Go behind the scenes and find out what to look for when buying, then read Roger Hunt's expert advice for restoring one.

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Period Living November 2018 cover

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