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Since 1999 at home magazine has spotlighted top TV celebrities bringing you their expert tips, advice, thoughts and suggestions direct. Over the years we have included celebrities like AA Gill, Alan Whicker, Alvin Hall, Andrew Winter, Ann Maurice, Anita Roddick,  Annabel Karmel, Anthony Worrall Thompson, Charlie Dimmock, Coleen Nolan, Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, Dr Chris Steele, Dr Hillary Jones, Dr M ...

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How to enjoy a luxury holiday in Thailand

To take a holiday to Thailand is to begin an experience of one of the most luxurious, enchanting and exciting destinations in the world. From the azure blue waters of the Southern Gulf, to the lush green rolling hills and peaceful villages of the north, to returning to the metropolitan buzz of Bangkok, Thailand has something magical to offer any visitor. To enjoy Thailand’s finest resorts, a twin centre hol ...

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How to wear metallics

Party season may well be over, but the fact that stores are still full to the rack with all things metallic indicates that this is one trend from last year that is set to continue into spring 2013. From shimmering gold and silver dresses, blazers and jackets in bronze and copper, metallic outfits and separates are an on-trend fashion that we all, regardless of age and body shape can happily embrace. While c ...

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Cheating: where do you draw the line?

Hollywood has been rippling with rumours about Shia LaBeouf’s latest role in director Lars Von Trier’s controversial new film, Nymphomaniac. Whilst not much is known about the actual plot itself, it’s been revealed that everything filmed will be real –including the sizzling sex scenes. Unsurprisingly, LaBeouf’s girlfriend, model Karolyn Pho, is reported to have been very upset about her man getting hot and ...

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Accidents happen, so be prepared

Children are always getting into scrapes around the house, but would you be able to cope in a real medical emergency? Very year, a whopping one million British children find themselves in A&E departments, thanks to injuries sustained in their homes. In fact, accidents that happen in the place they feel most safe are the most common cause of death in youngsters over the age of one, with children under fi ...

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Window dressing

Give your windows the wow factor with one of these three key styles. Just as you create a different mood when you change your outfit, you'll affect the mood of a room with the style of window treatment you choose. A dining room with stripped wood furniture, neutral wall and floor coverings and an airy aspect looks perfect when simple, semi-opaque voile curtains decorate the window. Put up heavy velvet drape ...

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25 fitness mistakes women make

Banish your workout blunders as there’s still time to champion your own personal team in the training stakes this year… The Olympics is a time when numerous feats of sporting brilliance are showcased from top athletes while the rest of us sit on our sofas and watch this athletic form of entertainment in awe. Although it’s certainly feasible to write off your chances of becoming an Olympian, you shouldn’t wr ...

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Make the Year of the Dragon memorable with a visit to China

The largest country in the world in terms of population, and the third largest by geographic area, China is home to an ancient civilization steeped in a rich tradition and culture. After years of slumber, this massive country is now hurtling towards superpower status and witnessing unprecedented upheavals in its culture and social fabric. This curious blend of modernity and tradition has made it one of the ...

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