Country Home (magazine)
|Final issue||March 2009|
|Based in||Des Moines, Iowa|
Country Home was a country lifestyle magazine, published by Meredith Corporation. The magazine featured decorating and collecting, food and entertaining, fashion and well-being, travel and shopping. Country Home provided ideas and inspiration for readers who live a country lifestyle, or aspire to create one, in city lofts, farmhouses, suburban colonials, getaway cottages or wherever else. Country Home, which was launched in 1984, was published 10 times a year and each issue had over 8.3 million readers. LuAnn Brandsen and Carol Sheehan served as the editors-in-chief of the magazine.
On January 8, 2009, Meredith Corporation announced that the magazine would cease publication effective with the March 2009 issue. The company cited a poor advertising climate and noted that the closing was part of larger set of cost-cutting actions at the company.
- Farm & Fireside, which was published under the title The Country Home in the 1930s.
- "Brandsen Named Editor-in-Chief of Country Home Magazine". Meredith Corporation. 25 October 2007. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
- "Top 10 Magazine Closures YTD 2009". MarketingCharts. 13 October 2009. Retrieved 19 August 2015.
- Country Home Web site
- JunkMarket Web site
- Home Remodeling Plan
- Leslie Segrete's Web site
- Danny Seo's Web site
- Matthew Mead's Web site
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