The overall rating of a review is different from a simple average of all individual ratings.
Share this review on
The Ideal Home magazine is one of the best magazines to me. I do buy quite a lot because I think they give more than an a simple idea, but create style, that makes you transform something having identity with you. Nothing is worse than living in a house that you don't feel at home.It is not everybody that can combine what they like with style, and Ideal Home is always there to help creating a new look for you,to help to plan what you are going to do in your bedroom, livingroom, etc...It is a product that I do like.
Large format. Cream faux-leather hard covers with gilt titles on the front. Back board has ... more
a couple of small dark spots otherwise very little shelf wear. Unclipped dust jacket has edge wear with short tears and chipping. Published for the silver jubilee of the daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition in 1948. Full of mid twentieth century ideas for running and improving the home, all aspects covered and also sections on fashion, beauty and leisure. Many period advertisements. Full of black and white drawings and photographs plus numerous full page colour plates from the 'Cries of London' series.
14 x12 (36x31cm) Classic Frame . A motorised shed in traffic arrives at the Ideal Home ... more
Show in Earls Court. Since beginning in 1908 the show, formerly called the Ideal Home Exhibition, has catalogued the increasing interest in homes, gardens and forecasting what our homes will look like in the future.
A2 (59x42cm) Poster . The first in the series of the Ideal Home designs by W. Heath ... more
Robinson. The illustrations from The Sketch depict ingenious space creating ideas for the spatially challenged home. Please note Credit must appear as Courtesy of the estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans