Homes & Antiques Magazine relaunches with exiting new look in its May issue, on sale 2nd April 2015
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Homes & Antiques, published by Immediate Media Co, is relaunching for its May issue with a fresh and exciting new look and more in-depth content throughout the magazine.
The popular homes title is for anyone who loves great design and beautiful objects from every era. It now features fresh new sections, more antiques coverage, the inside track on buying at auction and even more distinctive homes brimming with inspiration – including one with a noteworthy collection that readers are able to visit for themselves in the new ‘open house’ series.
Readers will have the chance to discover the hidden stories behind prominent antiques, from the fascinating tale of Napoleon’s hat to the rich and varied history of the quilt. Plus there are practical guides to collecting, decorating, buying at antiques markets and fairs, and how best to display your beautiful finds.
Additionally, the magazine will be introducing readers to brand new columnist Gordon Watson, a star of Channel 4’s Four Rooms, whose stories sparkle with knowledge and wit.
The May issue also includes a free notebook available in one of two patterns by designer wallpaper brand Sanderson.
Homes & Antiques editor Samantha Scott-Jeffries says:
“We are all incredibly excited about the relaunch of Homes & Antiques and to have the opportunity to take the title, with its 21-year history, on the next stage of its journey.
“Homes & Antiques is the only newsstand home interest title with a focus on antiques. As vintage, mid-century modern, retro and pieces with provenance continue to gain popularity, there is no better time to refresh the title to tap into these trends as well as the popularity of antiques. This can be seen by the daily broadcast of television shows on the subject and the popularity of antiques fairs and flea markets across the country.”
The May issue of Homes & Antiques goes on sale today, 2nd April 2015.
About Immediate Media Co
Immediate Media Co is the special interest content and platform company. We create compelling world-class content that inspires the passions of our highly engaged communities. And we deliver it wherever our consumers want it – in print, on digital platforms and beyond. Immediate is one of the UK’s biggest consumer media businesses, employing over 1,100 people, predominantly in London and Bristol.
We reach millions of people every month through over 70 consumer brands in print and on digital platforms. We sell over 74 million magazines each year and engage 33 million unique users every month. With over 1.1 million active subscribers, our audiences are affluent and loyal to their favourite brands.
Our wholly owned brands include Radio Times, olive, Homes & Antiques, Cycling Plus, Bike Radar, MadeForMums, You&YourWeddingand Mollie Makes. We publish BBC Top Gear, BBC Good Food, and BBC EasyCook on behalf of BBC Worldwide as well as BBC History,BBC Gardeners’ World, BBC Focus and the CBeebies portfolio, under licence. We also publish Lonely Planet Traveller magazine for LPG Inc.
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