The shelter publishing space hasn’t been the same since Domino magazine closed last year. But the newly re-launched Brides.com (another Conde Nast publication) has resurrected some Domino content which is now available through their site. View the Domino archives
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It’s nearly summer. And with skyrocketing temperatures come the chance for severe weather and power outages. In July 2006, we spent nearly a week sans power at This D*mn House in 100-degree heat following a series of back-to-back storms that wiped out powerlines, roadways, trees and even some homes in […]
Shelter-Kit produces kit buildings for “assembly by owners” with no prior building experience. Perfect for folks like myself whose only construction until recently had been assembling IKEA shelves. I think these might actually be easier than assembling a Billy thanks to their manual which includes drawings and step-by-step instructions. Every […]
For those fortunate enough to be in the position to purchase a home we’re happy for you, but there are many others who struggle for shelter of any type regardless if it’s “green” or Modern or Mid-Century. The United Nations has designated the first Monday each October as World Habitat […]
Reader’s Digest is seemingly unconcerned about a vicious economy that’s claimed a number of shelter titles in recent months. The company’s newest title, Fresh Home, is set to hit newsstands on Feb. 27 and “will adopt and adapt much of its editorial content from a sibling title in Australia,” according […]
During the holidays and throughout the year there are organizations that could use your time and money to help provide food and shelter for those in need. Find your local Habitat for Humanity center. Our’s is Habitat NYC. America’s Second Harvest Food Bank Donate to a toy drive at your […]
Martha Stewart has shuttered Blueprint magazine which was new on the scene and provided a fresh DIY/Design perspective to young adults. Blueprint joins House and Garden as another prominent shelter magazine that has folded this year. The Blueprint website and blog, Bluelines, will continue.
Shelter website redesigns continue to rollout and HGTV.com is just the latest. The clean and easy to navigate site has a feature that is particularly interesting called Rate My Space. It seems like a mashup of Hot or Not and
Allison Arieff (former editor-in-chief of Dwell) has joined the network of New York Times Living Design. In the spirit of traditional print media moving towards online, Allison is one of the bright stars in the shelter field and this move is significant as she was probably courted by many other […]