For 40 years, Old House Journal has been helping people repair, rehabilitate, update, and decorate their homes in classic style. We cover every American architectural style, from the earliest colonial-era buildings to mid-century ranches, and the wealth of Victorians and bungalows in between. OHJ’s redesign, launched in October 2013, offers up a host of fresh, new content, like reader-reviewed tools, easy DIY projects, and real-estate finds. Our updated pages—beautiful, practical, and multi-dimensional—present many new ways to engage and inspire readers on the subject of old houses, and help them fulfill their old-house dreams.
New Old House showcases new homes built with the integrity of yesterday and the modern innovations of today. This unique magazine features beautiful, traditionally designed homes, created to provide a classic feel. Included in these new-old homes are all of the modern conveniences, bringing together a great combination of the past with the present.
Now published annually, this beautifully photographed, popular look at newly built, but traditionally designed, homes combines the best elements of classical architecture and new construction, artfully weaving together the past and the present.
A twice-a-year publication, Early Homes celebrates architecture of the period from 1700 to 1850 and its revivals, including Colonial and Neoclassical design. Early Homes is sold in bookstores and at selected newsstands and special retail outlets, as well as by mail order from the publisher.
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Our mission is to celebrate the revival of quality and craftsmanship in homebuilding, going beyond the narrow definition of American Arts & Crafts as a “style” confined to the early decades of the 20th century.
Each issue is a portfolio of the best work in new construction, restoration, and interpretive design, presented through intelligent writing and beautiful photographs.
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