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The Fife Arms launch exciting literary festival this October

You can expect a host of well-known authors, free workshops and creative events at the very first Braemar Literary Festival, kicking off on Friday...

REVIEW | Shucks, Glasgow

Achieving that balance between casual and classy can be tricky, but Shucks manages quite comfortably

An eco-friendly family beach house in Thorpeness, Suffolk

This spacious beachside holiday home is so well designed that three generations of the same family can share it happily. Words Caroline Ednie | Photography...

THIS LIFE | Petra Palumbo

Petra Palumbo is a sustainable homeware designer, renowned for her hand-painted glassware. Words Natasha Radmehr Petra Palumbo, 32, grew up surrounded by beautiful things. Her mother, Lady Hayat...

Glasgow artist Norman Gilbert’s life celebrated in Tramway exhibition

Norman Gilbert (1926-2019) attended Glasgow School of Art before embarking on a raft of solo shows and exhibitions. He’ll be honoured at an exhibition...

We chat to Frenchic paint founder Pam Gruhn

We interview Pam Gruhn, the founder of chalk paint brand Frenchic. The paint is now sold around the world loved by celebrities like Stacey Solomon...

Inside Gleneagles Townhouse, Edinburgh

A magnificent former bank makes an appropriately grand setting for Edinburgh’s most glamorous new hotel. Words Natasha Radmehr It might still be summer, but I am...

How a small extension transformed this Stirlingshire home

Karen and Hugh Pizey worked with architects Loader Monteith to build a modest home extension that has had a huge impact on their family...

Choosing the right wall panel for your bathroom

Think tiles are the only option for your bathroom walls? Think again. Wall panels are quickly becoming one of the most popular tile alternatives, offering a cost-effective solution in a variety of materials including laminate, PVC and acrylic.

Glasgow Victorian villa with pink kitchen and bold interiors

When Wendy Killin and John McGonagle decided the time had come to give up apartment living, they did so in some style, swapping their flat in Glasgow’s west end for a grand two-storey sandstone villa on the city’s southside, replete with original Victorian features and mature gardens. Even the driveway had pillars.

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Inside the £1m transformation of new Glasgow restaurant Zhima

The new contemporary Chinese restaurant Zhima opened its doors on Friday 19 April. If you have a hankering for Chinese food this weekend then you're in luck; the latest addition to Glasgow's culinary scene is sure to tempt your tastebuds. Zhima, a new contemporary Chinese restaurant on St Vincent Place, promises to deliver 'taste on every level', with Cantonese, Hunan, and Sichuan influences underpinning the cooking style

Neat and tidy storage solutions to streamline your kitchen

What good storage looks like in your kitchen will vary from person to person. Most like to hide everything away behind uniform cabinets, but that can make it easy to forget what you have. A mix of open and closed storage is a good compromise. Organise by frequency of use, either displaying pieces you’d like to use more often (fancy dishes, that ice-cream maker that doesn’t quite fit in the pantry) or keeping those things you’re always reaching for close at hand.

East Neuk Seaweed founder Jayson Byles on sustainable foraging

East Neuk Seaweed founder Jayson Byles holds workshops celebrating Scotland's abundance of health-giving seaweed. Along the shores of Fife’s East Neuk, come rain, wind or sunshine, you’ll find Jayson Byles in his element. After a move to Scotland from his native New Zealand over a decade ago to work in the seaweed-harvesting industry, he launched East Neuk Seaweed, a community conservation and foraging business, focused on exploring sustainable ways to connect with nature.
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