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Mar 16, 2006
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For our International Issue, the Traditional Home editorial team traveled all over the globe to bring you inviting ideas to satisfy your decorating wanderlust. Check out the beautiful homes, dazzling products, colorful personalities and inspiring design ideas we uncovered. Have a great trip!

La Vie Couture, page 58: Less is lovely when fashion designer Edouard Vermuelen brings his minimalist approach to a Louis XVI manor in the Belgian country side.

Magical Madeira, page 104: Explore the island of Madeira, made famous by wine, balmy weather, and hand-embroidered linens.

South African Oasis, page 138: Young Dutch expats transform a Cape Town beach house into a spacious two-story home.

French Dressing, page 148: Fashion designer Agnes Trouble creates a happy mix of simple furnishings, modern art, and family heirlooms in her 18th-century house near Versailles.

Balancing Act, page 156: From wee rooftops to sprawling estates, Australian gardenmaker Paul Bangay paradoxically uses formal elements to create comfortably informal spaces.

Arcadian Cottage, page 162: A transplanted Canadian living in Hamburg defines a cottage in fiord country with Scandinavian style.

Indochine Idyll, page 172: Asian opulence with a veneer of French panache makes a Vietnamese villa the ideal retreat for a French family working in hectic Ho Chi Minh City.

The Essence of Holland, page 178: Discover Dutch gezellig, the “cozy and convivial” mind-set of a country with world-class style.

Traditional Home also takes you to Paris, Beirut, Bali, China, Korea, France, Moscow and more.

The April 2006 issue of Traditional Home hits newsstands March 21st.

Mariela Azcuy
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