Furnish Consumer Magazine Coming in May

Retail Editor 3, March 10, 2011

New York - Furnish, the Ultimate Home Furnishings Buyer's Guide, a newsstand magazine for consumers, will be launched this May by Sandow Media, parent company of Home Textiles Today.
The emphasis in the new publication will be all about products, differentiating it from other consumer shelter magazines that focus more on decorating and interior design. It will be produced by the staffs of Sandow's retail publications group, including Home Textiles Today, Furniture/Today, Home Accents Today and Casual Living, editorial specialists in home furnishings products.
"Furnish is an unprecedented way for home furnishings companies to cost-effectively connect with consumers," said Kevin Castellani, vice president and publishing director for the group. "Furnish will have a circulation of 160,000, distributed at newsstands and book stores across the country."
Sections in the magazine will be devoted to individual product classifications, taking a lifestyle approach to the categories, and include: Sit, Sleep, Lounge, Eat & Drink, Work, Entertain, Grow & Play, See, Feel, Relax and Embellish.
The magazine will also feature a section on home product trends for summer and fall, as well as consumer buying tips to help shoppers make informed purchasing decisions.
More information on Furnish is available by contacting Warren Shoulberg, Home Textiles Today publisher and editorial director, at wshoulberg@hometextilestoday.com.


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