About DwellDwell magazine explores both the interiors and exteriors of modern home design in a stylish yet accessible way. Dwell magazine presents a new modern approach to home design that offers identity, creativity and harmony. More Info
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Dwell Magazine Subscription Video Review
We’ve had a Dwell subscription in our household [geesh] … as long as I’ve known my husband. It’s the one gift I give him that always fits, comes in the right color, and I know he’ll love. My husband is an architect who prefers (that’s an understatement) modern design, and when he found this traditional girl, well, let’s just say there have been cohabitation issues.
But I have to tell you, Dwell has been the solution. It may be the leading home design magazine in the US, but because the magazine is not just for architects and designers, it’s accessible, practical, and beautiful. I love looking through the pages. Frankly, I have a hard time telling where the editorial ends and the ads begin – and that’s a good thing! I love that featured homes aren’t just beautifully set for a shot, but show the life that goes on inside, often of families with young kids like ours. I know that my husband also appreciates the more technical and conceptual information that’s available in the project summaries. Sometimes, I even surprise him with my Dwell-inspired ideas for our house!
Dwell is one of the magazines we keep on our coffee table, and it’s usually the first one our guests pick up and don’t put down until they’ve finished. It is that good.
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Overall, I love this mag. Quick read, and good info.
Good and cool design. You can enjoy looking it. Nice magazine
Dwell magazine features a style my husband and I like. The simple style isn't too over the top and unattainable for an average budget. You can always find something interesting to add to what you have to stylize your life.
The best thing about Dwell magazine is that it is the authority on modern design. Though the pictures are great, the articles tend to be presented in a little bit of a dry way, which is unusual for a magazine about design. One other negative is that, at times, it seems like this kind of design leans toward being expensive, as demonstrated by the ads that pepper the magazine. This is not all the time, though, and there are issues that make the look more affordable. Bottom line: this is a great magazine for those interested in modernism.
Dwell magazine would be even better if it had some DIY articles.
Dwell is a great coffee table magazine offering avant garde and professional appliances, design ideas and relevant advertising. If you are into Frank Lloyd Wright and modern home design, you will love this magazine. The photographs are wonderful showcasing homes built by ingenious folks of meager and well heeled means offering new insight of what a home could be. Bravo, Dwell!