Monday, January 31

Hearst Buys Elle Decor


It's Official: Hearst Buys Elle Decor (read here).

11 comments:

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Interesting info!

honeybeeandme said...

I USE TO DRIVE BY THE MAIN OFFICE OF HEART IN GREENWICH, CT ALL THE TIME...
WHAT SURPRISES DO THEY HAVE FOR USE NOW???


XXOO
MELISSA

Michael Hampton said...

I had heard whispers of it so it is not a total surprise. Will be interesting to see if there will be any changes.

Kim said...

I love Elle Decor. I hope it doesn't go the way of so many other now extinct magazines.

Ideezine said...

Ronda,

This is the year of change. We'll wait and watch as many businesses take on new shapes and sizes.

Bette

mary said...

We need a vibrant magazine like Elle Decor. Please no drastic changes!

Bumby Scott said...

I am so glad to hear that it will survive. There are far too many magazines that have just not been able to adjust to the new realities of the world.

Home and Garden Decor said...

I really like Elle Decor and I just hope this change will not mean another one of the really good magazines will disappear from the magazine shelves.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Love your blog! Did not know of this change, I think a huge change is Steven drunker leaving town and country and even being there for a year!

Thanks
Jamie Herzlinger

Sarah (La Maison Boheme) said...

Well, at least we know that Elle Decor will stay on the stands. PS - love your blog!

The Devoted Classicist said...

Hmmmmm. I predict that "Elle Decor" will essentially remain as is, focusing on projects primarily with a fashion connection. For me, that sometimes means a compromise in quality of design, so it is not my favorite magazine anyway. I am a frequent reader but not a subscriber.