Gracious Spaces and Lovely Vignettes
When snow swirls outside frosted windowpanes, guests gathered for cozy celebrations will be delighted to find an appetizing array of cheeses arranged atop a Vintage 1890s Wood Chop Board from Weston Table. Sprigs of fresh herbs and a sage green Woodlands Kitchen Towel add an appealing hint of wintery color. Shop these items and more at WestonTable.com.
Autumn Bliss 2023
An array of well-hunted finds—from rustic Americana to polished Old-World antiquities—captures the sentiment of gracious entertaining so often attributed to the harvest season. Discover an abundance of inspiration for this luminous season in our special Autumn Bliss issue, available at https://bit.ly/Autumn-Bliss-2023.
Reminiscent of Parisian brocantes or Italian flea markets, the Round Top Antiques Fair has become a mecca for sojourners seeking valuable keepsakes in southeast Texas. Find out more about this treasure trove for vintage enthusiasts in our September/October issue, available at https://bit.ly/September-October-2023.
Legacy of Luxury
From spangles and soutaches to galloons and gimps, passementerie has a language all its own, one that esteemed British design house Watts of Westminster speaks fluently. For nearly a century and a half, Watts1874 has built a reputation for bespoke textiles, trims, and wallcoverings for both secular and ecclesiastical clients. See more about these elegant textiles at https://bit.ly/legacy-luxury
Where Love Resides
In a cozy South Carolina city, one family dwells in the same abode that caught their eye upon first visiting. The former Presbyterian manse now brims with carefully restored antiques, including some items sourced by Melissa Hiner of Boxwood Interiors in Aiken. See more of this historic cottage at https://bit.ly/where-love-resides.
Victoria September/October Issue 2023
Designer-turned-entrepreneur Kristie Shelton brings Old-World opulence to the walls of her romantic abode with original oil paintings embellished with custom gold-leaf framing. See more of her French Gothic-inspired home in our September/October issue, available at https://bit.ly/September-October-2023.
St Romain Interiors in Victoria Magazine's September/October 2023 Issue
St. Romain Interiors could easily be confused for a Parisian brocante, but the studio nestled just north of New Orleans greets visitors with the most hospitable welcome. Take a peek at more of this curated collection of European curios in our September/October issue, available at https://bit.ly/September-October-2023. — in Madisonville, LA.
The Beauty of Home: Cabbages & Roses
Awash in soft shades of pink, this cozy, curtained nook is the perfect example of the design possibilities that lie within even the smallest of spaces when using signature fabrics from Cabbages & Roses. Discover inspiration for feathering one's nest from this quintessentially British brand at https://bit.ly/cabbages-roses.
Victoria Magazine Artist-in-Residence
As the autumn moon shines its glowing face over Tallwood Country House and Jenny Bohannon’s sons climb into their beds, perhaps reading a few chapters of a treasured book to ease their minds into dreamland, our Artist-in-Residence can rest easy knowing her boys will sleep peacefully in cozy surrounds. See more of a fetching makeover in her eldest son's bedroom our September/October issue available at https://bit.ly/September-October-2023.
Antiques on Jackson - Victoria Magazine
Located in the charming Garden District of New Orleans, Antiques on Jackson is lit with an auric glow from the sheer amount of gold embellishment, almost as if the sun itself was setting amid the shelves. Discover more of the exquisite finds in Maria Hardeveld's shop in our July/August issue available at https://bit.ly/julyaugust2023. See less — in New Orleans, LA.
Marsha Mason’s Secrets for Creating a Gracious Home
In the process of reviving a long-neglected property for her family, Marsha Mason also discovered a new career. Her dramatic transformations of cottage and garden drew the admiration of friends, who began asking for her input on their renovations. In this exclusive web feature, the interior decorator of Wildwood Designs offers five design secrets for cultivating environs that exude a sense of welcome at https://bit.ly/marsha-mason-design-secrets.
Victoria Magazine - July/August 2023
Though shell art traces its origins to the 1600s, the craft reached its peak of popularity a century later, with oceanic mementos adorning everything from jewelry boxes to picture frames. Discover more maritime motifs in our July/August issue at https://bit.ly/julyaugust2023. 🐚 🌊
July/August 2023 - Victoria Magazine
An hour’s drive from Florence, Italy, those seeking to uncover a Tuscan treasure are sure to be rewarded at Fiera Antiquaria Arezzo, the bustling antiques market held once a month upon Arezzo’s Piazza Grande. Here, one can discover endless riches amidst an array of items that includes everything from collections of tapestries to hordes of gold-rimmed china. See more in our July/August 2023 issue, available at https://bit.ly/julyaugust2023. See less — in Arezzo, Italy.
A Gathering Place
The cool, deep eaves of a peaceful porch provide a welcome reprieve from summer’s heat and offer space to gather with friends or savor something sweet. See more of the airy environs of Anne Monfore’s summer cottage at https://bit.ly/a-gathering-place.
Patriotism in Patchwork
Love of country is reflected in the red, white, and blue patriotic motifs of antique coverlets collected by Dallas-based textile enthusiast Suzanne Hardebeck. Each precious heirloom symbolizes a nostalgic connection to the past. Learn more at https://bit.ly/patriotism-in-patchwork.