House & Garden


House & Garden was a monthly magazine that focused on interior design, gardening, and lifestyle. Published by Condé Nast, the magazine was known for its high-quality photography, stylish layout, and authoritative editorial voice.Image:house-and-garden-sample-cover


House & Garden was first published in the United Kingdom in 1901 as a monthly magazine focused on architecture and interior design. The magazine quickly established itself as a leading voice in the world of design and expanded to cover gardening and lifestyle topics in later years.

In 1922, House & Garden launched a U.S. edition, which quickly became one of the most influential home and design publications in the country. The magazine featured some of the most stylish and inspiring interiors of the era, showcasing the work of leading designers and architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Elsie de Wolfe.

Throughout its history, House & Garden was known for its unique blend of content, which combined authoritative editorial coverage with stunning photography and innovative layout design. The magazine was also a platform for some of the most influential voices in interior design and gardening, with regular contributions from experts such as Edith Wharton, Gertrude Jekyll, and Vita Sackville-West.

In 2007, House & Garden ceased publication as a standalone magazine in the United States and United Kingdom. Its content was merged into sister publications Architectural Digest and Vogue, respectively.


Throughout its history, House & Garden was an influential voice in the world of interior design, gardening, and lifestyle. The magazine helped to shape popular tastes in home design and was a key platform for some of the most talented and innovative designers and architects of the day.

Today, House & Garden is remembered as a pioneering publication that helped to shape the world of home and design media. Its legacy continues to inspire and influence the world of interior design and gardening, and its archives remain an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the history of design and decorating.{{Categories}}

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