The Meredith Women’s Network, a brand network comprised of premium websites dedicated to the topics women care about most, has relaunched its popular kitchen and bath design destination www.KitchenBathIdeas.com. The site, which originally launched in 2007, quickly became one of the top kitchen and bath sites on the web. In preparation for the relaunch, site editors conducted extensive research to identify key areas of interest for consumers seeking kitchen and bath information. The newly redesigned site is a one-stop-shop for every visitor’s kitchen and bath decorating needs. Users can browse hundreds of inspiring photos – from layouts and styles to storage and fixtures – or hundreds of Editor Picks for products including appliances, cabinetry, flooring and countertops. Additional new features include: Nearly 200 slideshows packed with design inspiration, product information and makeover ideas 2,000+ images 100+ stories providing planning and how-to advice Weekly e-newsletter Facebook page: (http://www.facebook.com/pages/KitchenBathIdeascom/145850760566) Twitter page: (http://twitter.com/KitchenBathIdea) “Now, more than ever before, homeowners are going online to get inspired and find practical information that will help with their renovation projects,” says Jeff Myers, Vice President/General Manager, Meredith Special Interest Media. “This redesign has been a great opportunity for us to focus on what users really want and need and, as a result, strengthens our digital offerings in the home décor category.” The site, which is promoted online and in-book, is part of The Better Homes and Gardens Network (Better Homes and Gardens, Better Recipes and Mixing Bowl), a subset of the Meredith Women’s Network. The multi-brand network engages more than 15 million unique visitors monthly* and also includes The Parents Network(Parents, American Baby and Family Circle) and The Real Girls Network (Divine Caroline, Fitness, More and Ladies’ Home Journal).
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