When not editing the Home & Garden category of The Oxford Magazine, Rebecca Bennett is a property consultant. She enjoys nothing more than spending time with her family and friends and browsing through architectural-related Instagram accounts.
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Central to FarmED are three beautiful eco-buildings including a multifunctional educational, meeting and conference space and a farm to fork kitchen and demonstration area.
Explore our collection of vegan plant-based recipes for inspiration with creating fail-safe meals that all of the family will love this Veganuary.
Whether you’re after a similar look, feel or ethos - discover how to create the upmarket Soho Farmhouse look in your home.
Thoroughly refurbished and in-part re-built with an oak frame to create a more contemporary and energy-efficient home with exceptional spaces.
The Autumn months are quiet in the garden and mostly a time to catch up, clear up and tackle the weeds. It is always lovely to get outside on milder days if perhaps, you’ve been shut indoors due to wet weather.
If you want to entertain outdoors this Autumn, you’ll need to turn your garden into a warm haven: these firepits and outdoor heating ideas will help you do just that.
This 16th-century Grade II listed manor house in Oxfordshire was redesigned to fuse with its gardens and to create a contemporary family space for living and entertaining.
During this unusually strange period, use the extra time at home to take on new projects. Here's one from Oxfordshire’s interior designers.
By October, the garden looks autumnal. And although the weather can be quite capricious - it’s an Indian summer one day and a frost the next - autumn is a good time for planting.