The Magazine Reboot We've All Been Waiting For
Millennials set to venture into the exciting (but stressful) world of homeownership may have just found their new bible. Metropolitan Home, one of the most groundbreaking shelter magazines ever, is set to return to newsstands after a nearly decade-long hiatus.
The hugely anticipated reboot comes courtesy of Hearst Magazines, which will release the first issue on April 12 in various Whole Foods and Barnes & Noble stores, airports, and high-end newsstands across 14 major U.S. cities.
While the original version of Metropolitan Home appealed to ambitious baby boomers, the new iteration will target “first-wave millennials who are finally starting to think about home,” according to Editor in Chief Newell Turner, who began his editorial career on this very masthead.
Much like the original, the reincarnation will highlight the lifestyles of creative influencers, by focusing on contemporary design, home décor, and architecture, with carefully curated content from top-shelf writers, thinkers, and artists.
“There’s a white space in the market for a brand that explores contemporary design and city living today,” Turner added. “Metropolitan Home has a rich history of doing just that, so we went back to the brand’s DNA to create something that’s fresh and relevant but still pays homage to its original and much-missed point of view.”
We’ll be grabbing the pilot issue—will you? Check out where to get your copy of Metropolitan Home.
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