It’s not every day you get to celebrate your 100th birthday, and it’s been an absolute joy to mark the centenary of Homes and Gardens.
Plundering the archive to highlight how Homes and Gardens has been at the forefront of interiors and style for a century, such gems have been unearthed such as the prints and patterns popular in the 1950s to a 1920s article entitled ‘A Hundred and One Uses for Electricity’.
The team at Homes and Gardens also took the opportunity to look forward, publishing The Hundred List, an edit of the people and brands changing the game today, all wrapped up inside a special, gold embossed cover.
We think this issue is truly a collector’s item.
Here's a sneak peek inside the Centenary issue:
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