Home DIY Project Applications
The Old House Journal app offers old house enthusiasts practical advice for restoration and renovation. Much like the print magazine, the digital edition of the Old House Journal helps homeowners repair, restore, update and decorate homes from 1700 to 1960, of all architectural styles. Each issue includes helpful how-to articles, beautiful photographs, how-to techniques, design tips, and reader stories. The Old House Journal app contains digital editions of current issues, as well as an extensive archive of back issues (sold separately).
NEW! THREE FREE BONUSES! A subscription to the digital edition of the Old House Journal includes 8 issues of Old House Journal, PLUS three major annual bonus publications, free of charge:
1 New Old House features new homes built with the integrity of yesterday and the modern innovations of today. This unique magazine showcases beautiful, traditionally designed homes created to provide a classic feel. Included in these new and old homes are all modern conveniences, bringing together an excellent combination of the past and the present.
2 Arts & Crafts Homes: the Revival brings you contemporary artisans and specialty makers inspired by the original movement and its luminaries: William Morris, Gustav Stickley, Frank Lloyd Wright, Greene and Greene, and more. See new work and restoration; find sources for your artisan home, bungalow, American Foursquare, Tudor Revival or English Cottage, or new artistic home. Tours of the house, great advice, lavish photographs and hundreds of handpicked sources for everything from art tiles to furniture.
3 Design Center Sourcebook is a comprehensive compilation of the best (and often hard to find) sources for the restoration, renovation and traditional construction of older homes. The chapters cover kitchens and bathrooms, walls and ceilings, textiles, hardware and lighting, tiles, flooring, building elements, even furniture and fixtures. Most businesses sell direct to the customer or consumer, with no markup on the mark.
Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication.