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Reader Survey – Help us improve H&G by telling us how you invest in your home

Let us know what you want to see more of in Homes & Gardens, and you could win a $300 gift card

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At Homes & Gardens, we always look to bring you beautiful interiors inspiration from the world’s best homes, stylish decor tips from seasoned experts, and the latest news in the interior design world – but now, we want you to help us do even better. 

We’d love for our readers to get involved in our latest survey to help us learn what you want to see more of from Homes & Gardens and from our sister publications such as Real Homes both in the pages of the magazines and across our online platforms. 

We’re keen to learn a little bit more about how you use your home, how that may have changed over the course of the pandemic, and how you have invested in your home in recent years. This will help us share the interior design and gardening tips that our readers really need right now. 

Along with helping us build a Homes & Gardens that is better for you, readers who enter the survey will also be in with a chance of winning a $300 gift card for a retailer of their choice, with the four options including West Elm, Macy’s, Wayfair and Lowe’s. All respondents will automatically be entered into the prize draw, so all you need to do is complete the survey. 

A graphic displaying details of the Future Homes Survey 2021

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Fill out the Future Homes Survey here or via the form below – you'll need to scroll down to see more questions – and check back on our website soon to find out the results, and see how your interior design life compares to that of your fellow readers.

Ailis Brennan

I started out at British GQ, where a month of work experience turned into 18 months of working on all sorts of projects, writing about everything from motorsport to interiors, and helping to put together the GQ Food & Drink Awards. I then spent three years at the Evening Standard on the GO London team, covering restaurants and bars, and getting to eat and drink a veritable smorgasbord of wonderful things around the city. I left the paper in 2020 and went freelance, writing about food, drink and homes for publications including Conde Nast Traveller, Luxury London and Departures. A little less than a year later, I started at Homes & Gardens as a Digital Writer, allowing me to fully indulge my love of good interior design.