Shelter magazine

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A shelter magazine is a periodical publication with an editorial focus on interior design, architecture, home furnishings, and often gardening.

The term is most often used in the U.S. magazine publishing trade. The earliest example of this "chiefly N[orth] Amer[ican]" meaning recorded by the Oxford English Dictionary is from a New York Times article published on July 3, 1946, in reference to Your Own Home, a "shelter magazine devoted to low-cost housing", which was reported to have gained a new advertising manager.[1]

Examples of US shelter magazines[edit]

Shelter Magazine is also the title of a trade magazine for builders in the USA.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "shelter, n", Oxford English Dictionary, draft addition (2006) to the article in the second edition (1989), online ed., accessed September 7, 2010.