It’s the most magical time of the year, and our Christmas issue is filled with classic charm. We’ve included five full home tours and plenty of decorating and tabletop ideas for making this season extra special. From Christmas wreaths to mailbox displays, glean ideas for adding festive cheer to your home’s exterior. And you won’t want to miss our talented artisans whose handcrafted creations make for the perfect gifts to share. We hope you’ll enjoy this issue and come away with fresh inspiration as you make meaningful memories celebrating with those you love. Preview the issue below and pick up your copy today!
An interior designer brings his refined yet approachable aesthetic to this 1916 double-shotgun house as he settles down in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Heartfelt heirlooms and cherished collectibles bring storied sophistication for a Crescent City Christmas unlike any other.
Dining by the Tree
Seasonal gatherings are made extra special when enjoyed by candlelight and the Christmas tree’s gentle glow. Layers of warm textures, colors, and patterns, ensure the scene feels cozy and inviting.
There’s no shortage of fresh greenery in artist and textile designer Alexis Walter’s home. From wreaths to garlands and everything in between, her 19th-century Victorian shotgun house exudes pure enchantment.
Past Meets Present
Modern and vintage touches enliven this Colonial-style home in Centreville, Virginia. A dried orange garland serves as one of the many traditional flourishes that bring classic charm to the holiday décor.
Hill Country Christmas
This postcard Texas town offers a healthy dose of history and classic Southern fare. From places to stay to sites to see, learn what makes Fredericksburg, Texas, magical this time of year.