EVERYTHING RED: AN AUCTION TO BENEFIT HEART HEALTH – PAGE 28
The color of love, power and glamour – whether in fashion or in furnishings – now has an objective more precious than any aesthetic value. Red is the color to endorse heart-health awareness. Traditional Home shares its favorite really, really red boxes, blankets, furniture, shoes, chandeliers, wallpapers and more. And then log on to TraditionalHome.com for our online “Red” auction including items featured in the issue plus more. All proceeds from the auction (Jan. 15 – Feb. 29) will benefit the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Heart Truth Campaign.
TECH GIRL DECODES REMOTES AROUND THE HOUSE – Page 42
Whether you live in a new or old house you can achieve interconnected bliss to control your lighting, climate, security and entertainment using a wall mounted control pad and remote. Learn about these systems and the ease of a “one remote world” as well as how to select what system is right for you, what to pay and how to get it installed.
DESIGN CONFIDENTIAL: AUSTIN’S GOT IT ALL – Page 49
You name it. Austin’s got it. With all sorts of live music, first-class restaurants, and a cool design vibe that make the place buzz, this city is unique. This special 30-page section takes a deep dive into Austin design to uncover What to See, Where to Eat, Where to Hear Music, Where to Stay and Where to Shop, as well as features on the city’s most exquisite and interesting private residences.
TRADITIONAL HOME BUILT FOR WOMEN SHOWHOME – Page 87
In an Atlanta showhouse built this past fall for Traditional Home, Designer Barbara Westbrook proves having children doesn’t mean giving up elegance. Westbrook says, “A home should be a retreat from our very, very busy lives, a place where a family can relax together, hang out and play.” She achieves that serenity – as well as an understated elegance full of natural fabrics and a soothing palette. Traditional Home’s other two showhomes will be featured in the next two issues.
JOANNA & SIDNEY POITIER – Page 125
The Poitiers invite Traditional Home into their exquisitely elegant house in Beverly Hills. The 1925 Mediterranean style home, decorated by Joanna, is what she describes as, “Old World meets comfortable California eclectic. Beautiful, but comfortable.”
The February 2007 issue of Traditional Home is on sale January 15.