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Traditional Home July/August 2018

Traditional Home magazine offers readers expert advice in decorating, furnishings, antiques, tabletop and gardens. Also find tours of exquisite homes, renovation ideas and collecting in each issue of Traditional Home magazine.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
Frequency:
Quarterly
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$20
4 Issues

in this issue

2 min
from the editor

being referred to as a legend in your field is quite an honor. It’s a title that should lend a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of having arrived. It might even be considered liberating. But at times it also must feel rather weighty, as if you always have to hit the mark. Putting together this Masters of Design issue carries a similar bundle of joy and responsibility. Whose projects will we choose? The balance must be right! What lessons do the legends have to teach us in these homes? Do they have their own furnishings and accessories lines? It takes a year of sleuthing and angst to get the mix right. As I sat down to write this column for an issue dedicated to design legends, I was fresh from three…

1 min
th happenings

Masters of Design Feast your eyes on stunning spaces created by some of our favorite virtuosos of interior design. TraditionalHome.com/Masters #Designer Takeover Follow along June 15–17 as Celerie Kemble—whose collection for Arteriors is featured in “Movers & Makers,” page 23—takes over our Instagram account from L.A. Instagram.com/TraditionalHome 2018 Hampton Designer Showhouse Come July, we’ll pack our bags and head to our Hampton Designer Showhouse in Bridgehampton. Please join us! TraditionalHome.com/Hamptons PHOTOGRAPHS: JILL WAAGE PORTRAIT, PETER KRUMHARDT; CELERIE KEMBLE PORTRAIT, JULIANA SOHN…

4 min
eye-catchers

Lisa McDennon FOR HINKLEY LIGHTING Designer Lisa McDennon puts an artful twist on organic coastal California style in her debut collection for Hinkley Lighting. “All of the lights have a sculptural essence,” McDennon says, especially “Nula,” above. Its chalk-white exterior pays homage to the designer’s “obsession” with ceramics while its gold interior adds definition—and a flattering glow. (hinkleylighting.com) Lonni Paul FOR DURALEE L.A.-based designer Lonni Paul’s latest collection of fabrics for Duralee has a superpower. The fashionable upholstery wovens shrug off stains with the might of Crypton Home technology. Timeless design is a common thread throughout the offerings, ranging from a playful large-scale argyle to tweed-like body cloths. The influence of the California coast comes through in a clean, uncluttered, and natural aesthetic featuring an array of tones. Pure white, ivory, beige, and…

2 min
by the numbers

depth. Texture. Allure. These are the results of intricately detailed design. When those details are repeated—again and again—the effect can be awe-inspiring. Any classic element—a bead, a swirl, a tassel—used en masse, whether on a chair, a sofa, or a chandelier, creates rhythm and movement, transforming an everyday piece into a masterful work of art. Among the fans of mindful details is Los Angeles designer Kelly Wearstler. As she creates, Wearstler pays particular attention to the hand of things, the feel and detail of tailoring, to ensure that each one of her furniture pieces has a quality that exudes luxury. “Form and function can seamlessly coexist under one roof,” she says. “Luxury is about comfort and thoughtful details. It’s alchemy.” “LUXURY IS ABOUT COMFORT AND THOUGHTFUL DETAILS. IT’S ALCHEMY.”—designer Kelly Wearstler…

1 min
bead it

1 min
copper kissed

Walking through the French Quarter of New Orleans, the soft radiance emanating from decades-old copper fixtures by Bevolo Gas & Electric Lights evokes a warm, nostalgic feel. Skilled artisans at the 73-year-old company, located in the heart of the famous district that it decorates, craft customized products that dovetail with the visions of architects and designers around the world in 47 countries. Each piece is hand-riveted and can be fitted with the inner workings of an electric or gas fixture. Only the highest quality American-mined copper is used, ensuring the company’s products last a lifetime.…