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1. Domino
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2. Real Simple
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3. Dwell
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4. Architectural Digest
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5. House Beautiful
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6. Metropolitan Home
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7. Elle Decor
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8. Cottage Living
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9. Southern Accents
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10. English Home
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11. Maisons Cote Sud
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12. Id
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1. Domino
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Asin: B000979370
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 22
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This magazine has changed the way I think about my home
Fun, Inspirational, And boy is my husband in TROUBLE....I have NEVER had more fun shopping for my home...I thought I had a "problem" before....as a decorator, I am constantly on the prowl for new and innovative resources...this magazine shares more insider resources than I could ever imagine...how did the editors find SO MUCH to cover?And How will they possibly fill 10 issues per year with SO MUCH tempting inspiration?domino also helps my clients explore merchandise helping me do my job even more efficiently.I read all the home magazines and domino has revolutionized the magazine world!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great new style mag for your home!
I recently picked up the premiere issue of Domino. It was love from the first page. I style homes for a living and found this new magazine to be different from the usual decor magazines out there. Domino has hip cool pictures, innovative ideas, and encourages individual style. The best feasture is that this is a shopping magazine so exactly where to buy these chic items are listed right on the pages. ... Read more


2. Real Simple
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Asin: B00023J4H0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 4
Average Customer Review: 3.41 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A magazine to savor
I've subscribed to Real Simple since its first issue, and even now I look forward to getting it in the mail each month. I find that each issue has a wonderful combination of pertinent information and mouth-watering photography and design. In a world where a lot of magazines targeted towards me (independant working woman) are filled with hot pink headlines and sex advice, Real Simple offers the serene, practical, and understated. They don't pad the copy to make it fit on the page, and most articles are short and to the point. The women they feature are diverse, intelligent, and (finally!) have real bodies. And the longer feature pieces are inspiring without overdoing it.

I recommend this magazine to anyone who strives for simplicity in their lives without sacrificing the aesthetics.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite!
I read a lot of magazines, and this is my favorite (second favorite is Oprah's). There are so many useful articles. And this is the only magazine I actually keep after I read it - all the others I toss. I do this because I can refer back to them for helpful hints. This is a very well done magazine! Good job!

4-0 out of 5 stars ohhhhmmmmm
Martha Stewart I'm not, but I gotta admit I love reading this magazine. It has good, useful info and it's presented in a very laid back way. Perfect for sitting ont the deck.

5-0 out of 5 stars Something useful in every issue
Ignore the voices of righteous motherhood regarding a one-time unfortunate choice of words on the part of Real Simple's editing staff (the breast-feeding brouhaha you'll see in reviews below), and give this magazine a try. Yes, the magazine is filled with ads, but I'm often surprised by the sheer amount of content in each issue as well. In every issue I find some advice--or yes, even a product--that truly makes my life easier. The recipes are inventive and often turn out very well--many of them I've turned to again and again. I can always count on hip gift ideas in the December issue, too. The magazine is a few years old now and is just starting to recycle some of its content, but even when this happens the article takes into account new technologies, products, etc., so that the articles are not simply a rehashing of old material.

5-0 out of 5 stars A magazine that I enjoy
My mom has a subscription to "Real Simple" and I can't wait for it arrive so I can have the chance to read too. "Real Simple" gives its readers on organizing, meals, and what products are worth checking. I very much looking forward to reading the sections on debt. As someone in debt, it gives me idea on lowering my debt. The magazine it self is laid out very well and great value for the cost. This magazine is great for any single gal or guy just starting out. ... Read more


3. Dwell
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Asin: B00008DGQY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Dwell, LLC.
Sales Rank: 89
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating Modern Designs
"Creativity is like life insurance. If you are creative, you are never afraid, because you can design yourself out of any situation." ~Li Edelkoort

If you are interested in items like the Nissan Actic Concept Car (that has a matching trailer) or you want to discover new modern options for your bathroom, kitchen or garden, this magazine delivers.

DWELL has a variety of articles to interest the casual decorator or the seriously focused chef. For example, the April/May 2004 issue has articles on:

Home Cooking - a contractor and his three sons design a home with the kitchen at the heart of the home.

Cutting It Up - A downtown Los Angeles loft gets a makeover.

Stainless Chef - Designer John Picard finds a sanctuary with a high-tech steam oven and a hand-carved tub.

Victorian Revival - A San Franscico couple is the inspiration for a dramatic culinary renovations.

Trend Diva - Jane Szita talks about nesting and nihilism.

Other interesting articles include information on houses that become art, short reviews for books on subjects such as living in a small space or strange little "Furcozies" for your coffee cup when you buy an espresso or latte. Is it fake fur? They don't say.

I was intrigued by the house designed with mostly windows on page 45 and high tech enthusiasts will also love features for speakers or CD changers which are most modern.

Well, until I can afford a 9,500 buck oven, I'll keep reading and dreaming. The library in the April/May issue is to die for! Big windows and shelves galore.

Dwell is a magazine designed to inspire and inspire it did! Even some of the text is in color. The Marketplace section gives you a wealth of sources to encourage you to start on your own dream design, house or otherwise. The sourcing section also provides page by page information on sources.

~TheRebeccaReview.com

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Design Magazine, Period.
I have been a 'Dwell' subscriber since it first went on sale. Since the first issue it has been easily my favorite design magazine. It is for upper middle class homeowners who can't afford the homes in 'Architectural Digest', or just hate the ultra cluttered styles found there.

I like 'Dwell' because it emphasizes more contemporary design (some of it is even verging on stark) and puts particular emphasis on utility and durability, as well as the obvious aesthetic values in a design. There is some high end stuff in 'Dwell' (especially appliances and cabinetry), but I feel the vast bulk of the magazine is devoted to a modern two income home with annual household income between $100,000 and $200,000. As such, there are some extravagances shown, but most of the designs are fairly down to earth and practical. I especially like the coverage of cutting edge materials and structures: for instance, some of the pre-fab homes they have shown (some starting below $100,000) are beautiful, practical, and don't look like something from a trailer park. Well done!

'Dwell' is excellent for anyone who likes contemporary, practical, and relatively affordable design. One warning: once you start reading it, it becomes very addictive. It is definitely one of my favorite magazines on any subject. Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars When You Want To Think About The Very Best
I originally picked this magazine up because I couldn't find a copy of Metropolitan Home and was promptly won over. While Dwell focuses primarily on the young up-and-coming, there is still plenty of the middle-aged not-quite-stuffy generation as well. But the magazine does cater to the harder edged modern, moneyed lifestyle more than it does to the comfy and inexpensive. It's nice to look at, but a bit impersonal at times.

The target audience is people who don't raise eyebrows at $5,000+ stoves and garage facelifts that cost as much as many starter homes. A bit rich for my tastes, but there are plenty of good ideas as well. And it's always fun to page through and dream. For those of you with the income and a yen to redecorate, Dwell is a practical necessity. It is one of the best ways to see how all the bits and pieces fit together to make a place to live. The rest of us will catch up some day!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very trend home magazine
If you like "Metropolitan Home", "House Beautiful", "Natural Home" --and if you'd like them all mixed up together, "Dwell" is your magazine. I ran across a copy of this in the ultra-stylish W Hotel in Seattle. This is definitely my taste, and I found the combination of house tech articles, style, and listings of furnishings to be inspiring. While I might not want to plunk down some of the mega-cash prices that some of these goodies go for, the ideas are sound for redecorating and re-engineering your house.

5-0 out of 5 stars I would DWELL here
A perfect combination of inventively modern products and imaginative structures/interiors. It is a rare thing to find such a magazine that actually has overwhelmingly more editorial content than advertising. Rare, rare, rare.

I hope it stays that way. ... Read more


4. Architectural Digest
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Asin: B00005N7OM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 48
Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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Architectural Digest, the leading international magazine of interior design, embarks on exotic adventures to homes of celebrities and leaders in entertainment, business, society, and the arts. Discover extraordinary architectural design in Majorca or travel to a baroness's home in the Greek isles with Architectural Digest's topnotch writers and photographers. Or perhaps that 18th-century villa and estate in Tuscany you've been eyeing is finally for sale? Whether you hold a master's degree in interior design or simply love the pictures, you'll enjoy the fascinating and eclectic styles this magazine has to offer. --Alison Gubser ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars great stuff
I always enjoy flipping through Architectural Digest, even though I am by no means one who is in the know when it comes to architecture or interior design. The pictures are high quality and range from the ultra modern to Old World classical to American traditional. The celebrity features are always interesting to take a look at, and I especially enjoyed the March 2004 one on George Lucas's Skywalker ranch.

4-0 out of 5 stars Architectural Digest: the source for interior designers
Architectural Digest is not an "architecture" magazine as many people believe it is. It began as an architecture magazine, but slowly became known for its coverage of building interiors that consumers wanted to see. This is true today, as the cover article is generally the about the interior of a famed actor, politician, designer, or artist's home. These articles are remniscent of a paper version of MTV's show "Cribs." While the articles about the interiors dominate, an accompanying photograph of the exterior tags along when appropriate. The articles discuss the ideas, sources, materials and inspiration behind the designs pictured. Each magazine generally has about one dozen such articles plus features.
The magazine caters to the needs of interior designers and those who can, or wish they could hire them. The magazine does not promote or favor either traditional or modern design.
AD (as it calls itself) is full of advertisements. Some people may find this irritating, but for a designer, decorator, or client searching for inspiration or sources this information is equally valuable as the articles and features. Ads are just as telling of where the industry is going and where it has been as any picture or text.
If you subscribe, do it because you know and want what AD is. It is expensive, thick, and very useful if you are interested with the cutting edge of interior design. Do not get it to learn more about architecture or for the quality or readability of its text. Pictures and advertisements are the game with AD.If you are still unsure, pick up one at the newsstand and check it out before you buy 12 issues - most issues are like the others and "special" issues are frequent but not really that different from the norm.

2-0 out of 5 stars Try 'Architecture' and 'Dwell' Instead
'Architectural Digest' has changed over the years to become fussier and more lifestyle oriented than substantial architecture and design commentary. I still have a subscription, but intend to allow it to lapse when it expires for three primary reasons:

1) The magazine is huge and cumbersome, largely due to the massive quantity of advertisements;
2) The magazine exclusively highlights gazillion dollar homes, that only are a factor for celebrities;
3) Stylistically, the magazine seems stuck in a rut of cluttered end tables and credenzas, overstuffed pillows, and no space on a wall unoccupied by a huge, gold, gilded framed picture from eighteenth century France.

I don't like clutter, and I don't like being ornate to make a house look rich. That's why I no longer think this is a magazine that I really need. For me I will read 'Architecture' for serious architectural commentary, and 'Dwell' for reasonable (and financially attainable) interior design commentary. Thanks, but no thanks.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed Bag
I used to love Architectural Digest. I got to admire and be inspired by incredible homes, and I couldn't wait to get my issue every month.

However, lately, I have seen less Architecture than Interior Design, and more ads than ever. I've even let my subscription lapse. Every now and again, I'll pick it up on the magazine rack, but only if the issue is architecture heavy, or covers a particularly interesting project in depth.

Architectural Digest used to be the pinnacle in the field, but now it is just a mixed bag.

3-0 out of 5 stars Way Too Much Filler, but still "Required Reading"
AD has lost its edge over the years as it has become more focused on life style rather than interior design (witness the extensive sections dedicated to world hotels and properties for sale, or look at the breezy, non-substantive "Letters to the Editor" to get an idea that AD is not taken seriously by designers).

Still, AD usually presents one designer, or two, whose work is inspiring, and it's Special Editions ("before and after," or "designers' own homes") usually make up for some disappointing months. ... Read more


5. House Beautiful
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Asin: B00005N7QW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 74
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Homeowners looking for design ideas will appreciate the wide selection of styles and treatments offered in House Beautiful. From the latest in simplistic style, new takes on Bauhaus-influenced furniture, lighter approaches to Victorian architecture, and a return to the gaudy patterns of 18th-century French room treatments, House Beautiful tends toward no particular school of design. It offers the best of a wide range of ideas, trusting the readers to make decisions of taste on their own. That said, one theme tends to run throughout. People looking for low-cost designs for small homes with simple architecture are more likely to find a sense of direction in these pages than those people of mightier means looking for the full-treatment solutions. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I just received my first order, and I love it! This magazine covers a broad range of topics and includes designer techniques, current trends, period styles and so much more. It has tons of vibrant pictures to illustrate the articles. I think this magazine would be ideal for someone just starting out in design to gain a basic understanding on a wide range of topics, and also for the experienced designer to keep up with current trends and fill in the gaps with knowledgeable tidbits.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality
As a potential interior designer, I find that this magazine is both realistic and elegant in the articles it provides for the professional and for the hobbiest. I have a subscription and I find that studying the designers, the styles and the themes I have learned so much about the work of a designer. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys color, fabrics or just pictures of beautifully designed rooms and interiors.

5-0 out of 5 stars a terrific value
House Beautiful has as much quality to offer the reader as many magazines that are at a higher price range; thick glossy pages, superb photography, and for those who need some inspiration for home and garden improvements, a plethora of useful design ideas.
I just received my September 2003 issue, and some of the contents are:

The interior: A nice "How to" page, with solutions that will fit your pocketbook, and make your home interesting; "Designer Challenge", a new series where experts tackle "problem areas"; a long article on "The Next Wave", profiling twentyfive up-and-coming designers who are "rising stars from coast to coast"; an in-depth look at 4 gorgeous homes: A sparse but elegant Edwardian house in Dallas, a plantation-style house in Georgia, a classic home in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., and my favorite, a minimalist, lavishly comfortable duplex in Miami, Florida.

The exterior: "Art Imitating Nature", a Phoenix Arizona garden that uses native plants in a way that blends into the architecture. Food: "Fruit Under Fire", a luscious collection of recipes for grilled fruit, with close-up illustrations that are enough to stir up the appetite.
Every issue will spark some ideas on how to enhance your surroundings, how to buy on a budget, how to experiment by mixing styles, and much more. I enjoy every issue, and think House Beautiful is one of the best magazine values on the market.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Photography and sources for layman or trade
Love the art direction and styling of this interiors magazine. It offers more sophisticated and real-life homes than Architectural Digest.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ecclectic ideas
I love House Beautiful! It gives so many wonderful ideas. This is a collection of ecclectic styles, patterns, and methods that will suit anyone's taste. And these ideas aren't hard to follow. With the smallest effort, anyone can follow the look they have in the magazine. ... Read more


6. Metropolitan Home
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Asin: B00005N7RE
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 119
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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Filled with the latest in home design inspiration, Metropolitan Home offers its readers full-color layouts of innovative and classic homes, insightful commentary on architectural trends and interior decoration, and notes on home peripherals in its "TechNotes" and "Collecting" sections. Beautiful home pictorials offer a wide variety of visual examples for the aspiring designer. The magazine tends to focus on multibedroom homes, but it does sometimes branch out to cover smaller city dwellings such as apartments and condominiums, and even, in one 2001 issue, rooftop gardens. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars They'll Take The Money and Run
Don't purchase a subscription to this magazine if you would like to recieve the issues in this century. I purchased a subscription in July 2003. It is now Jan 2004 and I haven't recieved an issue yet.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful classic modern design. But not cheap.
Each issue carefully covers the latest in interior design, focusing on modern, form follows function style. Not a how-to publicaton. Not trendy. Great photos of stunning architecture and design.

4-0 out of 5 stars missing metropolitan home
I just tried to resubscribe to Metopolitan Home.
I was a subscriber for many years while living in the US, taking many "can't live without" issues with me when I moved to Australia 12 years ago. I found it very inspiring and am sorry to have just found out I cannot be a subcriber unless I live in the US.
Bit too difficult to move back right this moment.

1-0 out of 5 stars I couldn't wait for my subscription to end!
I made the mistake of subscribing to this magazine, and couldn't wait for my subscription to run out! If viewing the same minimalist designs over and over every month is your cup of tea, this just might be the mag for you, but I found the articles and pictorials to be lacking in imagination, warmth, and screaming with redundancy. Every once and awhile I was surprised to find an article or feature that had some originality and expression, but unfortunately, this was more often the exception than the rule.

4-0 out of 5 stars Publish More Issues Annually!
Having followed Met Home since its infancy (as Apartment Life!), I respect it for its mix of visuals as well as lack of pretension. Always loaded with ideas--albeit dreamy at times, but what "shelter book" isn't?--it's grounded in "modern" (i.e., crisp, clean) that may not appeal to every taste...but it serves its niche extremely well. I also like the fact that each issue generally includes an article with a "socially conscious" theme.

My only beef: 6 times a year is not enough. I understand the economics of publishing, but 8-10 issues a year would be welcomed! ... Read more


7. Elle Decor
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Asin: B00005N7PY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 252
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Elle Decor presents top-of-the-line interiors with a younger, more sophisticated, and more whimsical air than most of its competitors. Nestled somewhere between pristine Architectural Digest and the Gen-X Wallpaper, Elle Decor is a colorful, imaginative, and reliable source for interior design ideas and trends. It's a little bit of fantasy for all tastes, with its visits to gardens, grand estates, city townhouses, tiny apartments, bungalows, and country homes. The magazine also synthesizes fashion and décor by including shots from runways, swatches of garment and decorating fabrics, and matching décor accessories. Correspondents travel the world to report on food, style, and interior design, and every issue includes a handy listing of its findings for globetrotting collectors and foodies. Aware that some of their readers are urban dwellers with limited space, the editors offer a monthly "Solutions" column with ideas from various designers on solving small-space challenges. --Gilia Angell ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Get UK Elle Decor Instead
As another reviewer pointed out, the British version is much better, with great features and much better graphic layout. The U.S. edition is all ads with very little interest or resources regardless of your budget. Skip the U.S. version totally.

2-0 out of 5 stars over 95% ads, pricey furniture
The first Elle Decor that I got in the mail I sat down to flip through it page by page. After going through the entire thing, I had to go back to the table of contents to specifically look for any articles. Yes, there are articles, but you have to do some hunting, and even when you find the page number, the article is usually just a small paragraph in the corner of a page surrounded by ads. On the plus side, the magazine is nicely bound and thicker than most house decorating magazines.

The reason I am not giving it 1 star is because there are some good decorating ideas for someone with contemporary taste. The furniture is pricey (couple thousand for a simple plastic chair, for example) but easy to emulate for the frugally-minded person. You could easily find knock-offs at your local Target. If, however, you wanted the exact piece and had the money to pay for it, you would have to travel to select places in New York or California, or get in contact with the artist him/herself. That is just not practical for most homeowners.

The decorating style is very modern, with simple clean lines, minimal distractions, and 1 of 2 color schemes - either bright colors (think Todd Oldham of Target) or black/silver. Occasionally they will feature eclectic styles, such as log benches from one artist in CA. But for the most part, highly contemporary. The magazine is best geared towards professional interior decorators with elite clients.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing inside
This magazine is so full of ads. The worst part is that most of the ads are for things that I could never afford. By the time I flip through all the ads, it only take 15 minutes to see everything that is in the magazine. Also, there is little to no explanation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Subscribe at all costs!
While other reviews are far from glowing, I find that I love this magazine and await its arrival each month. While there are plenty of ads (like any magazine), these ads are as interesting and visually stimulating as the wonderful articles. I subscribe to over 10 architecture and interior design magazines and this is by far my favorite. It highlights interiors which are stylishly current while staying traditionally rooted. Definitely an Urbanist's magazine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ads ads ads...it should be free!
The covers are very deceiving! This magazine is so full of articles that I can hardly find anything else in it! The publishers might as well give them out for free considering all the money they're making off the advertisements. It's disappointing to say the least... ... Read more


8. Cottage Living
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Asin: B000302EFQ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Southern Progress
Sales Rank: 106
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9. Southern Accents
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Asin: B00005R8BF
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Publisher: Southern Progress
Sales Rank: 349
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Plenty of European, Not Much Southern
Anyone who thinks this is representative of "Southern", is definitely not Southern. I found the flavor of the magazine to be strictly European. The two biggest points of contention were the number of advertisements and the coverage of overblown, ostentatious European decor. There are no real Southern influences on any of the interior pictorials shown. You can find a number of beautiful, understated Southern homes that have stayed true to their original decor- they are out there- just not in this particular magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars comfort and elegance
This is a lovely magazine, with lots of articles on Southern style and luxurious living. Every issue has "Accents", showing what is new and trendy and where to buy it; "Calendar", for events and exhibitions worth seeing, and "Educated Eye", with advice on what to look for to evaluate antique furniture, etc. if you are a serious collector.

There are features on beautiful gardens, art and museums, antiques and shopping, design and entertaining tips, but mostly it is about tasteful homes and the people who own them.
There is a relaxed atmosphere to what we see of these rooms and terraces, as if people really live in the environment, and not (as is sometimes seen in magazines of this type) that a decorator has gussied the place up for the photographer. It is friendly elegance, with grace and charm.
With six issues a year, good quality glossy paper, wonderful photography, and even some interesting ads (many from stores located in Dallas, Atlanta and New Orleans), this is a magazine I look forward to receiving.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best decorating magazine!
I subscribe to all of the home and garden magazines and Southern Accents is the best, bar none. The houses featured are absolutely dreamy--the photography is gorgeous--and while the magazine doesn't offer how-to decorating ideas, there is so much inspiration. I find it to be intelligently written...which is rare in a decorating magazine. The articles on antiques are particularly informative. This magazine will appeal to anyone who is interested in beautiful, classic design--whether or not you live in the South! ... Read more


10. English Home
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Publisher: Romsey Publishing Group
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Visual Feast
I expected the magazine to be full of old world cottages and castles, and although these do feature, it is also packed full of the most stunning photography showing ideas for all styles of homes. Light, airy interiors - both historical and contemporary, international shopping ideas and English travel. It's surprisingly relevant to anyone wanting inspirational ideas for their home whereever you live. It's probably the most beautiful interiors magazine I've ever seen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Magazine
-A beautiful magazine.
-Includes U.S. sources for British designers and home furnishings.
-Sponsors fabulous house and garden tours in England.
-I leave past issues around the house, and guests ooo and ahhh over the magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars young English magazine struggles to survive
This reaqder is a true Anglophile and wants this new,year old magazine to survive. Judging from the amount of advertizing it receives, I'm not sure that it will. Each edition brings decorating features, some English recipies, homes for sale, and descriptions of all manner of things English. Written for North American readers, it is a delight. ... Read more


11. Maisons Cote Sud

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Asin: B00006KMOT
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Publisher: Maisons Cote Sud/sce Abonnemnt
Sales Rank: 1869
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars love this magazine
My fantasy is to have a house that belongs in the pages of Cote Sud, and Maison Francaise. Love them. colors, style and even though je ne pas parle francaise, I love it. ... Read more


12. Id
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Publisher: F&w Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 289
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13. Home Entertainment
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Publisher: CurtCo. Publishing LLC
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14. Flaunt
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Publisher: Flaunt
Sales Rank: 1396
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars the most inspiring book availibe
If you are open minded and passionate. Flaunt is for you. The most amazing photoshoots, with a vision that only a freak can relate too (in a good way). the creativity is always has a unique flavor with a new twist monthly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Such a cool magazine!!!
GREAT photos! Cool little articles, though i would really only get this magazine for the excellent photography because it doesn't really focus on mass-media current events that you'd find in, say, a People or an Us Weekly. It has an upscale feel to it, and you can tell that there is a true vision behind this product. Anyone that is into the arts, particularly coiture, modeling, and photography would love this magazine for its visual energy and eccentricity.

4-0 out of 5 stars Strange, but refreshing
I saw this magazine while browsing a local bookstore and it was a magazine that stood out for some reason...I picked it up and flipped through a few pages and came across an article on Maggie Gyllanhall. I had recently watched "Secretary," and I liked her, so I bought it. I'm not much for fashion magazines but this is much different from others like Vogue. After buying my first Flaunt magazine, I wanted to buy more, but needless to say, the bookstore has not gotten any in for a long time...:( This magazine will be great for readers who are bored with the same crap churned out in every other magazine out there...

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool before it was cool to be cool
This magazine offers a glimpse into what it means to be truly hip. It also has a little nudity in each issue, so you really can't go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Style/Fashion/Design Magazine
The magazine is really great. Before i started reading flaunt i read surface* and wallpaper. Flaunt has more pop culture articles that I find more interesting than those in other magazines which seem like they are just made for rich people. Another good thing is that they avoid having too many articles about Europe and "Spring Break-like" travel articles which are reused in other magazines over-and-over. Another good magazine to read is Architectual Record. "One" was a really good magazine like flaunt, i don't even know if its still published anymore. ... Read more


15. Citizen K International
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Asin: B00007AW7G
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Grand Kapital
Sales Rank: 3336
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16. Atomic Ranch
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Publisher: Atomic Ranch
Sales Rank: 1339
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17. Metropolis

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Asin: B00006KNO9
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Bellerophon Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 565
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Strong writing with balance of issues
Metropolis magazine is a well written magazine which can be read by both people just curious about design, architecture, and urban planning as well as those working in those fields. There is little to no insider jargon to put people off. Articles are interesting, conscientious and thought provoking. For ... an issue, it's a great deal. One of my favorite magazines. ... Read more


18. Vogue Living

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Pty
Sales Rank: 851
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Creative girl
I LOVE Vogue living from Australia. I don't know what it is about countries outside of the US but their design sense is more pure and absolutely more creative. This magazine rings all the right bells with me and I have never throw a copy away. If you crave style that is different from every other magazine that is sold on the mainland US I would say spring the extra couple bucks for this gem.

2-0 out of 5 stars Brighton Mums Ahoy!
Calling all Brighton Mums! This magazine presents a relatively contrived viewpoint on contemporary interior design, smothered in advertising for crisp, white bed linen and pressed quartz bench tops. A pretty lousy effort as Australia's top selling interior design magazine. Though designed for the wealthy mainstream Brighton market, Vogue Interiors will satisfy anyone who doesn't quite know what the colour brown will "work" with. VI's current editor is David Clark, Art Director is Anna Utzon and Interior Design Editor is Matt Page. ... Read more


19. Florida Design
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Florida Homes
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars AD for Those Who Really Live in Their Homes
This magazines is the AD for what's happening now, for those who actually live in their homes. It has all the wonderful production values of AD, but it is warm, inviting and "diy-able."

Their website is approachable, too. Unlike AD, there is no firewall between the consumer and the designer/advertiser.

That's why this subscription is valuable to people who live in homes at every economic level. The design work is beautiful, timeless and available. This is the mark of great design, great publishing, great Internetting.

Highly recommended. ... Read more


20. American Style
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Asin: B000289EIO
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Style
Sales Rank: 745
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