September 12, 2017
IRVINE, Calif. — The October issue of Romantic Homes magazine, now in its 31st year in print, hit newsstands September 5th with more than just a home makeover. Inside, the articles had a brand new look with sophisticated, fresh lifestyle content, in an effort to expand the magazine’s readership. The changes are guided by Courtney Allison, the magazine’s new brand leader and creator of the blog French Country Cottage.
Shortly following the print redesign, the brand will re-launch an updated website (www.romantichomes.com) and e-newsletter, which will provide content support for its robust 1.7 MM Facebook following and 100k Instagram followers. The newly redesigned magazine will also be available through digital editions, broadening its reach and engagement with this passionate audience.
“Romantic Homes was traditionally a decorating magazine, but romantic style is so much more than decorating,” says Allison. “It is a way of life—from decor, to entertaining, to getaways to an everyday way of living—appealing to a broad audience of enthusiasts in many different ways.”
Romantics Homes is part of Engaged Media Inc.’s collection of lifestyle brands. Engaged Media continues to invest in its print and digital assets across its brands in the auto, outdoor and lifestyle enthusiast markets.
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About Engaged Media Inc.
Engaged Media Inc. produces rich editorial content in a variety of enthusiast markets, including automotive, home, outdoor and action sports subjects. Popular magazine titles include Cottages & Bungalows, Romantic Homes and Atomic Ranch. The company has built a reputation for editorial excellence for more than 50 years, with contributing writers and editors around the world and across the United States with offices from California to North Carolina.