Early Homes is a twice-a-year publication from the editors of Old-House Interiors. It covers houses 1690 to 1850 with an emphasis on First Period through Federal design. Articles also cover neoclassical and Colonial Revival homes. In its intense coverage of an earlier period, Early Homes covers the whole house, inside and out with targeted editorial. Each issue includes lavish coverage of product sources, aimed at active buyers.
The Early Homes audience is authentic, appreciative of quality and
dedicated to period accuracy.
The most-requested back issues of our magazine family, Early Homes has an enthusiastic following of homeowners who remain true to the Early American aesthetic. This unique publication serves an avid niche of designers, homeowners, and artisans whose passion is colonial and classic homes (1690 to ca.1850) and their revival in the 20th century. Products and services that celebrate the simple elegance—and often-rustic nature—of this period are a great match for the Early Homes audience.
Meet the Early Homes audience:
A biannual newsstand special with additional distribution to dealers and specialty shows, Early Homes targets the avid niche of designers, homeowners, and artisans whose passion is colonial and classic homes 1690 to 1850 and their revival in the 20th century. From sympathetic kitchens and floor coverings, fine furniture, and pottery — to millwork, roofing, doors and windows, hardware and lighting, Early Homes provides inspiration and sources.
In addition, Early Homes reaches an avid, targeted audience through distribution at the annual Historic Home/Designer Craftsman Show.
Color in Early Homes and the Colonial Revival House: two themes in this wide ranging issue that features a remarkably authentic 1910 Colonial in Philadelphia and features on paint color and painted furniture. Also: kitchen-design basics, restoration of an 18th century Connecticut house; gardens; Shaker design and travel.
EARLY HOMES DESIGN CENTER: Period-inspired products for kitchens and baths; historic house plans.
Ad Closing: December 28, 2012
Ad Materials Due: January 4, 2013
On Sale Date: March 5, 2013
The popular end-of-year issue celebrates the warmth and appeal of early homes with features on today’s approach to interiors, especially kitchens and lighting. Also in this issue: a reproduction house; the romance of bedrooms with Colonial Revival sentiment.
EARLY HOMES DESIGN CENTER: Furniture and decorative accessories
Ad Closing: June 14, 2013
Ad Materials Due: June 21, 2013
On Sale Date: August 20, 2013
This unique publication serves an avid niche of designers, homeowners, and artisans whose passion is colonial and classic homes (1690 to ca. 1850) and their revival in the 20th century. Early Homes covers the whole house, inside and out (and the garden, too) with targeted editorial.
Early Homes is the perfect editorial environment for your specialty. Articles and advertising are mutually supportive and both are held in high regard. This sub-category of the restoration market is small but extraordinarily avid, with readers devoting many years to their projects. At least 30% of Early Homes readers have a professional interest in the field, assuring you repeat sales. The readers are pre-educated and are ready to buy.
Distribution of this title is carefully selected for prime markets, from New England, Pennsylvania to Virginia, Ohio and Illinois to pockets nationwide. Early Homes is also sold through specialty retailers.
Editor, Early Homes