Scotland’s Home of the Year 2024: Lee Collins’ astounding Old Mill transformation

Lee and Dawn Collins' 200-year-old Old Mill property sat empty and neglected for 25 years until they got their hands on it  words Mairi Mulhern photography...

5 trending products that will bring colour into your home

Bring colour into your home with these must-buys, inspired by designers and trends from across the globe Creating the perfect space means finding décor that...

This Life: Pam Burton and Robert Latimer bring fine dining home

Experience the true taste of Scotland at award-winning restaurant, Inver, on the shores of Loch Fyne  words Natasha Radmehr photography Laura Tiliman  Pam Brunton and Rob Latimer first...

13 of the best independent homeware shops in Glasgow 2024

Shop small, shop local and discover truly unique homeware pieces from these Glasgow stores

Scotland’s Home of the Year 2024: Tina MacGeoch’s stunning Newlands Croft House

This early 1900s croft house has been lovingly restored into a haven of light and serenity overlooking the shore interview by Adrianne Webster In episode three...

The art of gardening with artist Bella Hoare

Artist Bella Hoare's vivid, thriving garden in Wiltshire explores the intersection of art and nature

Nordic interiors brand NS Studio opens showroom in Edinburgh’s Morningside

Look no further than this buzzy Edinburgh kitchen studio for your next redesign Danish kitchen design company Nordic Studio has announced the launch of a...

Art Deco meets Turkish hammam in this glamorous yet muted bathroom

This family bathroom in an Edwardian home has been turned into a large space with an emphasis on relaxation

16 of the best bathroom companies 2024

If you'd love to remodel or renovate your bathroom, then we have a list of excellent bathroom companies perfect for the job

This stylish Isle of Harris home seamlessly blends into its surroundings

Squashed into a tiny plot and hemmed in by a giant slab of rock, this clever little house on the Isle of Harris is proof its architect owners are really going places