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Visit the world's most fascinating interiors and view the work of leading designers in stunningly beautiful pages filled with the latest and best home furnishings, table settings, garden ideas and cuisine. Review

Veranda magazine is a preeminent lifestyle publication that challenges you to enrich your world and introduce yourself to luxury pleasures. Upscale decorating is the major theme, along with discussions of innovative collections and art exhibits, international fine dining, style and design icons, elegant jewelry and decorating trends, luxury travel, and hosting sophisticated parties. The pages feature exquisite photography of sumptuous interior design, enticing cuisine, and other essential tips for enhancing your lifestyle.

Veranda magazine explores every detail of home and garden decorative arts, spotlighting beautiful design trends ranging from chic cottages and contemporary European furniture to water gardens and home aviaries. The Master Class series offers tips from renowned designers on creating powerful spaces using color, timeless furnishings, eye-catching accent pieces and floral displays, and more. Shopping guides and featured companies show you where to acquire fashionable décor, jewelry, watches, and textiles for every aesthetic and season.

Using firsthand perspectives from diverse industry figures, Veranda magazine provides inspiration for delving into foreign cultures, finding exciting artistic venues, and sampling new cuisine. If you're stumped on how to plan a rich, flavorful harvest meal or want to find a charming luxury retreat on the waterfront, take advantage of helpful advice from celebrated chefs and seasoned travelers. From the modest homemaker to the lavish trendsetter, the magazine aims to give readers ideas for living luxuriously and enjoying the finer things in life.

A subscription to Veranda Magazine is your guide to fostering a cultivated lifestyle. With vibrant images, essential design tips from industry leaders, and highlights of luxury trends, Veranda magazine gives you the tools to refine your living space, personal style, and pleasure pursuits.

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  • Format: Magazine
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  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B001THPA44
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Eye candy, but no substance October 10, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Veranda magazine contains stunning photography of homes and gardens. If you enjoy browsing through pictures for decorating ideas, this is a great magazine to dream on. However, great photography is about the only thing this magazine has to offer. Veranda is probably 75% advertisements (gorgeous advertisements, but ads nonetheless), and the few articles it contains are usually shallow and provide dull reading. For those of use who aren't millionaires, most of the products the magazine advertises are impractical luxuries.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars lavish living August 1, 2003
Subscription Term Name:1 year
For a look at luxurious items, sumptuous homes, beautiful gardens, and food that could pass for art, this magazine has it all. Published 6 times a year, it has exquisite photography, and brilliantly colored, thick glossy pages. The layout is coordinated so well with the ads (which are thankfully unscented), that I sometimes confuse them with the articles, and the topics range from art, antiques, and travel, but the bulk of the publicatation is devoted to elegant homes and gardens.
Among the many articles in The July-August 2003 issue for instance, there is "Masterworks: The Late Seascapes of Turner", with some little known works by this great English artist; "Coral, Beyond the Reef", fabulous jewelry from the coastal region of Naples, Italy, and floral designs from Bella Flora in Dallas, where celebrities buy their gorgeous bouquets. There are no prices listed for any items in this magazine, because I imagine that if one has to ask, one can't afford it.
Five homes are featured, all different, all in their own way marvelous, from an old Atlanta mansion filled with curious antiques, to a bright and modern, sparsely furnished London home with pistachio walls and lots of light.
As Editor-in Chief Lisa Newson says in "The View from Veranda", "Color is magic", and this magazine serves up a lot of it...a feast for the eyes, and a glimpse of lavish living.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Magazine, highly recommended!!!!!! July 17, 2006
Subscription Term Name:1 year
A woman that is passionate about beautiful things writes this review. I am an avid do-it-yourselfer and love to do things around the house. This magazine has been one of my favorites for years. I look forward to each new issue and the decorating ideas that it will provide.

This magazine concentrates on upscale decorating, architecture and landscapes. Many of the articles feature European country looks. The photographs in this magazine are absolutely beautiful.

The July / August 2006 edition contained the following:

1. Venetian Villa (Adrienne Vittadini in Sarasota Florida)

2. Nantucket Renewal (Enlarging a Classic Cottage)

3. Blooming Intensity (Saturated with Color)

4. Coastal Hues (Seaside Radiance Captured)

5. British Accent (This side of the Pond)

6. The Art of Dining

7. The View from Veranda (Summer Place)

8. Tableaux (Staged Elegance)

9. Personal Luxury (Cool Coral)

10. On Exhibit (Jungles in Paris)

11. Trade Secrets (Summertime: Fabrics, Rugs, Lighting)

12. Passions (Birds of Paradise: Home Aviary Design)

13. Showcase (Summer Seating: For Pool and Porch)

14. Verdant Paths (Annevoie: Belgium's Water Garden)

15. The Last Word (Vanity Flair: Adrienne Vittadini Sketchbook)

There are many photographs of this magazine of both house interiors and exteriors that I find to be very inspirational from a decorating perspective. If you are looking for either painting or decorating ideas this magazine has much to offer. I have replicated some of the interiors in my own home.

The exterior photographs of this magazine are always very appealing.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Subscription Term Name:2 years
Veranda is one of my favorite interior design magazines. Yes, there is quite a bit of advertising. Tho, most of the advertisements are beautifully done and are more like art than adverts.

Anyone could get decorating ideas from Veranda. Many times I have used Veranda to get ideas for garden design, floral design, home furnishing, art, textures and for choosing my home's color palette. If you shop in local antique shops, flea markets or even Ebay you can find similar antiques and art to recreate the designer looks in Veranda for much less money.

Each month in Veranda there's usually a pictorial feature on jewelry. I love the way the jewels are so beautifully arranged, then skillfully photographed.

As other reviewers have mentioned Veranda's paper stock is thick and glossy. Veranda will survive repeated reading.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars VERANDA Virtuosity! April 8, 2011
Subscription Term Name:1 year auto-renewal|Verified Purchase
VERANDA reigns along with the other three most beautiful and stylish U.S. shelter magazines today: Architectural Digest, Elle Decor and House Beautiful. What I like about VERANDA is the photography and rooms dominate and the text takes a supporting role. The magazine features many full-page and double-page spreads of gorgeous rooms with not a lot of text interrupting. Design is one of the fields in which you can learn by just studying a room in detail to get a sense of the scale, proportion, balance of texture and light and shadow etc.

You are training your eye in what the best designers find beautiful. A full and double-page spread allows you to do that better than smaller, choppier photos. It's great to have more visual, less words in which the rooms triumph. More to see--less to read. There's enough text in VERANDA to get into the designers'/homeowners' minds. VERANDA'S lush heavy paper stock is a joy, too, and increases the aesthetic experience. The photos of the rooms look spectacular on it.

VERANDA features eclectic styles and locations. This month, for example, the magazine showcases a townhouse in Georgetown, a Park Avenue apartment, a Parisian pied-a-terre, a Florida ocean-front home and a Normandy-inspired Atlanta home along with a Cotswold garden. There's a mix of styles from Provencal antiques to Art Deco to a soft, tailored modern. It's a monthly infusion of visual beauty and grace. (As an aside: I love buying my shelter magazines through Amazon as I've been able to get great subscription prices and track my subscriptions so I don't miss a single issue, which is helpful when you subscribe to lots of magazines.)

Under new editor Dara Caponigro's vision, VERANDA magazine sings and soars.
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