What were 2015’s top stories? Loyal EAL readers flocked to articles about the inner workings of the publishing world, money-saving tips and tricks from interior designer Jon Call, and a yearly roster of top firms and designers from the industry’s leading publication. Read on to discover EAL’s most-read stories of 2015.
New “Domino girl” Jessica Romm takes creative reins at mag
Editor Jessica Romm couldn’t have written a better headline herself: The new Domino creative director’s career move was one of our top stories of 2015.
Jessica Romm; courtesy Taylor Jewell
Sophie Donelson named editor in chief of House Beautiful
Another editor (and an EAL alum to boot), Sophie Donelson’s appointment as House Beautiful editor in chief in January 2015 was a top hit.
Sophie Donelson; courtesy Tory Williams
Nine apps that are saving designers thousands
Saving money: one of design’s hot topics this year, and interior designer Jon Call’s tried-and-true tips translated into top reading.
Jon Call shared nine ways to save thousands.
Nineteen new designers and architects inducted into AD100
Architectural Digest’s yearly announcement of its favored designers and firms drew readers in, curious to see who was in...and who dropped out.
AD 100 Kelly Wearstler’s Doheny Residence in Beverly Hills, California; courtesy KellyWearstler.com
The new Metropolitan Home magazine will debut in spring 2016
News of Metropolitan Home’s revamp and relaunch garnered lots of interest when it was announced last fall.