Traditional Home magazine is all about living well and exploring great design. With tours of America’s most striking homes, alongside inspirational ideas for reviving your own rooms, the magazine pairs classic taste with contemporary life.
While every issue centers around real-life residences, the Traditional Home editors also report back from design showcases across the country. Hand-selecting the most exciting new designers, and the best new products for the home, the team shares their secrets for family-friendly kitchens and beautiful backyards. Tips from interior professionals make design updates easier than ever, and bring Traditional Home readers one step closer to their dream house.
In Every Issue of Traditional Home:
Alongside tours of beautiful, detail-orientated homes, Traditional Home magazine covers:
Art Seen. Traditional Home magazine unearths art, antiques, and the hottest shows to see now.
Great Gatherings. Inspiring table settings and crowd-pleasing menu ideas from the Traditional Home team.
Market. People, places, and products you should know about.
Gardens. Captivating ideas for backyard escapes that bring out the best of your property.
Kitchens. Fresh ways to renovate the hardest-working room in your home.
From the Traditional Home Archives:
Texture subscribers can access every issue of Traditional Home magazine dating back to June 2012, and catch up on articles such as:
What’s in Your Closet? These organizational spaces think big, with room for elegant seating, showstopping chandeliers, and yes, all those shoes. (September 2015)
True Romance. An Illinois home renovator buys the 1920s house that had enchanted him for years – but this love story doesn’t end there. (February / March 2015)
Summer in the Hamptons. 30 talented designers reinterpret East Coast classicism – breezy seaside style – throughout every room of the Hampton Designer showcase. (July/August 2014)
We’re Home, Baby. As their TV fans cheered, Giuliana and Bill Rancic triumphed over struggles to bring their new baby to their lovely new Los Angeles home. (October 2013)
Welcome to Pudding Hill Lane. A vintage cottage has charm to spare, thanks to a thoughtful renovation and a whitewashed Swedish-inspired color scheme. (July / August 2012)
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