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Some of the magazine's reader-favorite features include: "Personal Luxuries," where fashion and beauty insiders share their style secrets; "In the Air," an emerging design trend with tips on incorporating the look; "Objects of Desire," the editors' picks of the most gorgeous jewelry around the world; "Style Legend," profiles of iconic designers and tastemakers; "Essentials," must-have luxurious basics for everything from guest rooms to stocking your bar; "The World Of," an essential shopping guide for a featured category, such as furniture, kitchen, or bath; "History Lesson," an engaging, in-depth exploration of the decorative arts; "By the Yard/By the Roll," a spotlight on wall coverings and textiles; "Master Class," accessible interior decorating advice from some of the industry's top designers; "VERANDA Finds It," a shopping guide for finding objects featured in the magazine's pages; "Discerning Traveler/City by Design," suggestions for exploring a selected city like a local, with insider dining, shopping, an cultural recommendations; "On Exhibit," profiling extraordinary art shows from around the country; "The Festive Table," hints for planning the perfect party, from cocktails to dessert; and "By Arrangement," which breaks down the art of arranging lush and romantic flower displays.
Throughout the year, VERANDA may publish special issues, such as "The Ultimate Issue," "Outdoor Living," and "International Style."
Anyone who loves to enjoy life's luxuries would appreciate a subscription to VERANDA magazine!
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I recommend this fabulous interior design magazine to everyone. The photographs and articles are very impressive.
Veranda magazine is always filled with exquisite beauty of English gardens & beautiful landscaping. The interior designs of all the different styles of furniture are a pleasure to view in each magazine.
Veranda magazine is an upscale magazine with professionally written articles, beautifully chosen designs and photos.
I love Veranda magazine for its inspiration and example for using color/texture/furnishings/and layout. However, purchasing items in the magazine is out of reach because of high end price points; but all of the ideas can be applied in principle to lower price points.
Although Veranda magazine is nice, it is a bit too short especially when there are so many home magazines. I would not order again. The price is good though.
I have many times copied an idea -- even if it only a tablescape or floral arrangement, to use in my own home or when designing a vacation home. I keep all copies and refer to them seasonally. I also actually read all of the copy and find the articles accurate and informative. Some home magazines do not coordinate the copy and the pictures, which I think is frustrating, i.e., a long description of a room with no photo. In summary, I LOVE this magazine and have subscribed for probably 20 years.
I have issues of Veranda from years ago! I sometimes pull out a favorite issue such as the Christmas,Spring & Summer issues from way back for inspiration. I don't ever see myself living in a mansion or plantation house unless the lottery comes through but I have definatly taken decorating ideas & put my own spin on them by shopping Ebay,Craigslist,Flea Markets & local Estate Auctions. Veranda reminds me of home too so I always get a warm feeling reading the articles & looking at the pics. Growing up in Charleston,SC was dreamy & I miss that. Veranda sometimes takes me back to those Southern Roots!
I have been a a home builder and a designer for 40 years . the items in the adds are the best for people whom are after elegant ,beutifull ,classical, design. I buy every issue of this magneficient magazine .when I am in USA . my sincer congradulations to the director and the editor of this magnefiscent magazine . the best part in the magazine are the adds . and the one elegant house that they publish in each issue