a Meredith publication, will launch the first Real Simple Home in Brooklyn.
Taking place in an apartment in the fashionable New York City borough, the
Home will showcase DIY organizing strategies, interior design ideas, innovative products from professional home organizers, interior designers and Real Simple editors.
Each room in the apartment will be designed by a renowned interior designer and a group of professional home organizers.
The idea home will also spotlight tips from Real Simple’s new book
The Real Simple Method
to Organizing Every Room
, available now wherever books are sold.
Participating designers include:
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, interior design partners and television personalities who will debut their exclusive new furniture collection for Living Spaces;
Sabrina Soto, television personality;
Donna Garlough, style director, Joss & Main;
Jenny Komenda, blogger, Little Green Notebook;
Robin Henry, founder, Robin Henry Studio;
Jessica McCarthy, interior designer and founder, JAM Creative Studio;
Stephanie Sisco; home editor, Real Simple;
And home organizers from Neat Method.
"At Real Simple, we strive to bring women sustainable solutions to make their lives easier," says Leslie Yazel, editor-in-chief,
"We're thrilled to launch the first-ever idea home that brings to life the
Method, which combines making spaces beautiful and functional, without sacrificing one for the other."
Real Simple will also
"An ideal home is a natural brand extension for Real Simple, a leader in home and organizing content," says Daren Mazzucca, publisher, Real Simple. “The Real Simple Home will showcase the best products, methods and tips for an organized space, and we're excited to give our sponsors access to this new program through the apartment and app."
The Real Simple Home will be featured in the October issue of
, available Sept. 21.
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