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Period Living Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Period Living is Britain’s best-selling period homes magazine, and each month is packed full of inspiring imagery of interiors and gardens along with decorating and shopping ideas, antiques and vintage, and advice on maintaining and improving

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Period Living Magazine  |  September 2018  


VICTORIAN DRAMA
Victorian terraced houses are a familiar sight in Britain. Thanks to the rapid industrial and economic expansion of the 19th century, our nation experienced a boom in house building, and rows of two-up two-downs were thrown up across every town and city. While each of these homes is in its own way unique on the inside, the street-scenes can appear pretty homogeneous. Terraces in prime locations demand eye-watering prices in today’s competitive housing market, yet while some were built bigger and better than others, they were originally intended for less affluent members of society. That is not to say that the Victorians took no pride in their architecture, as many terraces possess gorgeous period features, such as sash bay windows, mouldings and brick detailing, that make them so desirable today. One thing almost all Victorian terraces have in common, though, is a lack of space. Over the years, many have had a bathroom shoehorned in upstairs and a kitchen extension to the rear; increasingly people are filling in the ‘side return’, too, to make this a more usable, family-friendly room. But maximising space requires a certain amount of design ingenuity. Step in Rococo Davis, the owner of this month’s stunning cover house, which she has creatively updated to make the most of every inch.
Period Living is Britain’s best-selling period homes magazine, and each month is packed full of inspiring imagery of interiors and gardens along with decorating and shopping ideas, antiques and vintage, and advice on maintaining and improving a traditional home. If you appreciate the timeless qualities and classic style that a period home offers, but want to make it work for modern life, Period Living is the magazine for you.
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Period Living Magazine   |   September 2018   


VICTORIAN DRAMA
Victorian terraced houses are a familiar sight in Britain. Thanks to the rapid industrial and economic expansion of the 19th century, our nation experienced a boom in house building, and rows of two-up two-downs were thrown up across every town and city. While each of these homes is in its own way unique on the inside, the street-scenes can appear pretty homogeneous. Terraces in prime locations demand eye-watering prices in today’s competitive housing market, yet while some were built bigger and better than others, they were originally intended for less affluent members of society. That is not to say that the Victorians took no pride in their architecture, as many terraces possess gorgeous period features, such as sash bay windows, mouldings and brick detailing, that make them so desirable today. One thing almost all Victorian terraces have in common, though, is a lack of space. Over the years, many have had a bathroom shoehorned in upstairs and a kitchen extension to the rear; increasingly people are filling in the ‘side return’, too, to make this a more usable, family-friendly room. But maximising space requires a certain amount of design ingenuity. Step in Rococo Davis, the owner of this month’s stunning cover house, which she has creatively updated to make the most of every inch.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Period Living Magazine magazine print subscription.
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