In a grand celebration of beauty, Victoria’s May/June issue showcases the abundant joie de vivre of France, from wondrous parterres and outdoor rooms to elegant interiors. Come along with us as we explore the secret addresses of Provence and tour history-rich northern France. Sumptuous interiors captivate the senses with Old-World charm, and flowers speak poetry to those who know their language. On offer at table are light-as-air French meringues and an exquisite collection of blue-and-white faïence. Also: Explore the legacy of Oak Spring and its founder, Rachel Lambert “Bunny” Mellon, and discover workshops well worth the Gallic excursion.
Take a closer look at some of our favorite May/June features:
Her French Country Home
British-born author and entrepreneur Sharon Santoni has held a lifelong fascination for French culture. With generosity of spirit, she invites women to experience the singular beauty of this beloved European destination.
I have enjoyed this beautiful magazine since the first issue. Every month has been a delight taking me to new places
beauty and tranquility.
This issue again is no exception, the gardens the beautiful homes and gardens in France.The beautiful stained
glass windows of Norte Dame brought back memories of wonderful times in Paris.
Thank you for Victoria I look forwar to every issue.
Victoria Magazine is without peer. It appeals to our inmost feminine instincts and intuitions. It joyously revels in the distinctly feminine love of “pretty.” In taking us to France and especially to Paris, the most feminine of cities, you honor us. Thank you, Victoria, for celebrating the love of home. /s/ Patricia Hart McMillan, co-author, Home Decorating For Dummies (with daughter Katharine Kaye McMillan, Ph.D.).
Is it still possible to purchase this issue with the chinoiserie on the cover? (May/ June 2018) Thank you! I love this magazine.