National architectural magazine now in its fifteenth year, covering period-inspired design 1700a1950. Commissioned photographs show real homes, inspired by the past but livable. Historical and interpretive rooms are included; new construction, additions, and new kitchens and baths take their place along with restoration work. A feature on furniture appears in every issue. Product coverage is extensive. Experts offer advice for homeowners and designers on finishing, decorating, and furnishing period homes of every era. A garden feature, essays, archival material, events and exhibitions, and book reviews round out the editorial. Many readers claim the beautiful advertisingaall of it design-related, no alifestylea adsais as important to them as the articles.he question is asked even by people who know that the style is named for the English tastemaker Charles Locke ... of the 1870s and 1880s, including houses in sidered a furniture type, it also refers to interior decorating and even architecture.
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