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5 Stunning Reasons to Buy the May/June 2024 Issue of House & Garden SA

The new issue of House & Garden South Africa is now on shelves, here’s why you need to get your hands on a copy today

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By House & Garden South Africa | May 17, 2024 | Design

The wait is over! The May/June issue of House & Garden South Africa has landed and it promises to be your companion to carry you through autumn’s transitional season. As always, you can expect the very best in interior design, architecture and luscious gardening content - and so much more! Here are five reasons you need to get your hands on a copy of the latest House & Garden South Africa today.

The new House & Garden SA magazine hits shelves May 17.

1. Get Your Free Pair of Tickets to Decorex 2024 in Cape Town

Inside every copy of our May/June issue, our lucky readers can redeem a pair of tickets to visit Decorex Cape Town during one of the two opening days of South Africa’s biggest and most bold design show. Taking place from 6-9 June, your tickets grant you an exciting visit on either Friday 6 June or Saturday 7 June.

Clay restaurant designed by Multi-award winning interior design sensation Tristan du Plessis, who has been named Decorex Africa's Designer of the Year 2024.

2. See Exclusive House Tours of Homes Around the World

Get lost in the gorgeous spaces of some of the world’s most beautiful homes. In this issue, you can expect an exclusive tour through a Bishopscourt family home by celebrated Cape Town-based interior designer Simone Katherine Hirsch, or a beautifully warm Los Angeles home exuding old Hollywood glamour. Featuring breathtaking views, luxurious touches, and inspiring designs, you don’t want to miss the line up of houses curated to inspire you this month.

A barn-style formal sitting area of a Bishopscourt family home. Photography by Greg Cox.

3. Win a Luxurious Stay at Constantia’s Cellars-Hohenort

Enter and win a two-night stay at the Cellars-Hohenort in the lush Constantia Valley for six people. Keep an eye out on our website and Instagram to stand a chance at winning your stay in the Madiba Villa, including a full English breakfast daily.

The Cellars-Hohenort. Image: Supplied.

4. Meet the Artist Behind South Africa’s Sweetest Creations

In an intimate Q+A with Cape-Town-based artist Geena Wilkinson, waxes lyrical on what it takes to be a contemporary South African artist, whose work is rooted in play, inspiration, and authenticity. For burgeoning artists, Geena Wilkinson tells us the importance of documenting your work and writing everything down: “Don't hesitate to showcase your work, regardless of where you are in the process,” she says.

Cape town-based artist Geena Wilkinson. Photography by Matthew Pike.

5. Explore a Luxurious Garden Made For Leisure and Entertaining

Take an intimate tour of this Cape Town garden surrounded by a breathtaking suburban oasis. The home is at one with nature, giving the family endless views of the Cape’s seemingly infinite vistas.

Windows and sliding doors blur the lines between outside and inside, making for seamless living in any space. Photography by Greg Cox.

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