Traditional Home is the top design and decorating magazine focused on incorporating classic style into modern life. Published since 1979 as part of the Better Homes & Gardens group, the magazine developed its unique eye and became a bimonthly subscription publication in 1989 under the insightful leadership of editor Karol DeWulf Nickell. Whether showcasing exquisite homes, chatting with Britain’s Prince Charles about gardening, profiling antiques, interviewing leading architects and interior designers, or cooking up irresistible menus with master chefs, Traditional Home has attracted millions of loyal readers for its wide-ranging wealth of topics, consistently classy production values, and elegant yet accessible approach to traditional style.
The November 2003 issue focuses on Britain, with articles on Castle Ashby in Northampton, cabinetmaker Mark Wilkinson's kitchen, a fashion designer's chic apartment in London, a 17th-century stone manse in the Cotswolds, a storybook hunting lodge in Hampshire, living in author Virginia Woolf's house, English country auctions, English desserts, shopping at the Portobello Market, famed British designer Nina Campbell, the gardens at 16th-century Wyken Hall in Suffolk, the Chelsea Flower Show, and traveling on the luxury train The Royal Scotsman.
Very good condition overall. Light shelf wear, spine and corner wrinkles, label residue on front cover, inside excellent.
244 pp, color photographs
Meredith Corporation (2003)
Volume 14, Issue 7
8.5 x 11"
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