Slightly curious (from our perspective here in the UK) but nevertheless well-produced and fascinating home interior magazine, Victorian Homes is a US based publication looking to instil a little class and decorum into the household.
The designs and ideas in Victorian Homes hark back to a golden age of life and home design, full of simplicity and elegant style. This deal with American home during the Victorian period, and covers restoration of such houses from the period, style and décor to fill them and transform more modern homes into stylish examples of class, as well as Victorian history. It is full of great do-it-yourself ideas, and offers some inspirational concepts regardless of where you may call home.
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Victorian Homes! The only magazine devoted to faithfully recreating everything that you would have experienced as a homeowner in Victorian London – find out where to hire the best Chimney Sweeps and where to get the inevitable replacement, details on installing the new ‘elecktricity’ in your home, how to treat you servants and the best clubs to attend!
Victorian Homes is, strangely, a US publication looking at homes from the Victorian period but in the USA. Frankly we didn’t know that the Americans considered themselves Victorians back then (and are willing to bet that they might have been offended by the term), but apparently the pull of Queen Victoria knows no limits. This magazine offers a fascinating look at a period of style in America that we know very little about, though since reading this magazine we are now much better informed.
American Victoriana seems to be about living in period homes, affecting an air of class and dignity, some effortless style and perhaps even a white picket fence or two. There are certainly plenty of echoes of British style and class to be found within.
If you are interested in styling your home after a particular period but fancy something a little more modern yet retro and undeniably American, why not have a look at Atomic Ranch, a 50s and 60s home interior magazine stocked here at Newsstand. NB