Meredith to Revive House & Garden

Meredith Corporation is creating two bookazines based on the House & Garden brand under a new licensing agreement with Condé Nast.

April 6, 2018

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New licensing deal with Condé Nast will see brand return in series of long-form magazines.

Meredith Corporation is creating two bookazines based on the House & Garden brand under a new licensing agreement with Condé Nast.

The deal marks the return of the House & Garden brand, which stopped publication in 2007.

The 100-page spring/summer 2017 issue of House & Garden will be available on newsstands May 2. In keeping with the tradition of House & Garden magazine, the bookazine will feature inspiring rooms celebrating the authenticity and personality of the people who inhabit them, as well as bountiful gardens that satisfy the eye and the soul.

House & Garden is being edited by Stephen Orr, editor-in-chief of Meredith’s Better Homes & Gardens, who served as garden editor at House & Garden for a decade earlier in his career.

"We are excited to reintroduce House & Garden in this unique format," says Orr. "One thing I always liked about House & Garden was just looking at its beautiful content. We will offer readers the opportunity to unplug and look at something presented in a more leisurely fashion. House & Garden will be elegant yet fun, upbeat, and not too serious. It will be full of the serenity that people often miss with digital media."

Meredith will handle all content creation, advertising sales, marketing, production and distribution for House & Garden, which will have an initial retail distribution of approximately 200,000 copies.

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