| Apr 23, 2015 |
Luxe gets a spring makeover with latest issue
Boh staff
By Staff

After 10 years on newsstands, Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine will debut a new look with its spring 2015 issue. The redesign includes more robust feature stories, reorganization and clarification between the departments and elevated typography.

The redesign is meant to offer readers a more engaging editorial experience by including more custom content through both local and national editorial in each issue. By adjusting the distribution of content the editors of Luxe hope to offer greater insight into luxury residential design across the country.

“Design never stands still and it is important for us to refresh and evolve the pages of our magazine,” said Editor in Chief Pam Jaccarino. “We have our pulse on what’s happening in design markets across the country.”

Luxe’s signature in-depth stories will remain, but the magazine will be reorganized into the following sections: Radar, Market, The Look and Features. Radar will feature new discoveries for the season, while Market contains the latest décor and product introductions Features showcases homes, artisans and luxury goods and The Look is where readers can find inspiring spaces.

The Look/The Report. Images courtesy of Luxe Interior + Design.

“I am immensely proud of the redesign,” said Sandow CEO Adam I. Sandow. “We have maintained the authenticity and DNA of this powerhouse brand while continuing to grow with the design industry.”

The opener for new section, Market. Photo by Joanna McClure/Luxe Interiors + Design.

Over the past decade the brand experienced 25 percent growth in advertising revenue and 3.8 percent growth in newsstand sales. Due to this growth, Luxe Interiors + Design will publish bimonthly, starting with the July/August 2015 issue.

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