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Ask the Expert: Reduce your water footprint Bart Sobieszczanski of Ideal Standard answers the key questions around how to specify bathroom products to maximise water-saving benefits, and increase your build’s sustainability as well as cost-efficiency


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83 Classified & Directory Home Styling: A modern classic


Holly Ghent of Pash Classics explains the various rules to follow when looking to bring the classically suave and stylish Mid- Century Modern look back to life, in any room or space


Interior Inspiration: Fires & Fireplaces PRODUCT FEATURES


33 Action stations If you’re building a dream home away from it all in a beautiful


countryside location, it may mean no access to the mains sewer; Dan Berry from Harlequin Manufacturing explains why packaged pump stations are a simple answer


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Here’s one they made earlier Potton MD Mark Stevenson explains how the evolution of ‘prefab’ or ‘flatpack’ methods of self-building means the assumption they prevent customisation is now outdated


The home front


What will you choose for your dream home’s facade? Lisa Grosse of Cedral explains why fibre cement cladding makes a great choice, for both practical reasons and the aesthetic ‘wow’ factor


Stepping it up


Katie Chown of Spiral UK has researched the latest trends in staircase design, and proposes some fresh ideas for your self- build project


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