Beginning next year, California Home + Design will reduce its print publishing schedule from six times a year to quarterly, with a more robust, book-inspired format. At the same time, the magazine will expand its digital content platform and branded events schedule.
The strategic changes follow a year of advances for California Home + Design including a dramatically redesigned print publication under the editorial and creative direction of new Executive Editor Erin Feher.
“Today, our daily news comes to us digitally,” said Feher. “But at California Home + Design we recognize the important role that print plays in the design community, and so we want to elevate that experience by pairing our always-current online content with a print experience that is more akin to a book or decorative object—something that has longevity and increased value.”
The new digital platform will offer continuous daily content, a vast selection of gallery images and an added emphasis on in-depth editorial stories.
The magazine will continue to offer the same stories behind the designers, architects, manufacturers and artists who are shaping the landscape of California. Each of the quarterly issues will focus on broad-stroke seasonal themes, including comprehensive features paired with compelling imagery, creating the ultimate design and inspiration resource.
“I envision a seasonal book-inspired magazine that plays to our strengths of inventive graphic design, soulful homes, unique personalities and a curatorial eye,” said Feher. “And I truly believe this new approach will allow us to do that—to continue to set ourselves apart in the strongest way possible.”
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