Country Living magazine will debut a new look with its September 2010 issue, which hits newsstands next week. The issue, coincidentally themed “the Makeover issue,” will reflect a size increase of 20 percent, as well as an updated logo.
“We’re always evolving and thinking about new ways to satisfy our readers,” said Sarah Gray Miller, Country Living’s editor-in-chief. “The larger format makes the experience of reading the magazine so much richer. It’s amazing how much better the photography looks now. As for the logo, it feels fresher, friendlier and more contemporary.”
The debut issue features ideas for its readers' needs and budget and includes makeovers of an abandoned farmhouse, a versatile one-weekend makeover for your living-room, and 22 clever changes that make a big impact.
Country Living has a circulation of 1.6 million readers and is the largest selling shelter magazine on newsstands.
— by Jasmine Belassie
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