Traditional Home magazine is created by The Better Homes and Gardens publishers in the US. The publication aims to capture the heart of elegant homes in a more direct way than any other magazine of its genre. It's the one place that readers will be able to find the tasteful style and do-able interiors that allow for a comfortable and beautiful home. Some home based magazines offer completely unattainable ideas, thankfully this publication tries to provide ideas which are easy to recreate and which would fit well into almost any home.
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This magazine contains everything that the budding interior designer or the lover of decorating needs. There are extensive news and review pages which will bring the reader all the latest new styles and trends in the home decorating market. These sections would be ideal for the reader who loves to stay one step ahead of the ever changing interior design scene.
The magazine will regularly provide before and after sections which will showcase the very best rooms which have had a dramatic makeover. If you loved to watch decorating programmes such as ‘Changing Rooms’ and other similar programmes then you will love having a sneaky peak into the homes of other readers. The transformations are always breath taking and we were amazed at how different the rooms looked.
We’ll be honest, we think that everyone enjoys having a sneaky look into other people’s homes, there’s no point acting like you don’t! We all do it; it’s a natural curious reaction. We think it’s fascinating how other people choose to decorate their spaces and how different tastes can be easily reflected in your home.
We love to have a snoop around our friend’s houses when we visit. One friend of ours has a tendency to hoard everything they own so that they end up stacking items on top of each other to create unnerving towers of strange objects. While this design approach is strange, it suits the person perfectly! An ‘organised mess’ she calls it! The point we are trying to make is that everyone has different decorating tastes and styles and this magazine will help you discover the best new styles and trends for you and your home.