Sure, you'd expect any Martha Stewart magazine to be, well, a little too soccer-mom-ish to be considered a "Design" magazine (I hope I'm not offending anyone with this statement, I just mean in comparison to others in the genre). Yet I actually enjoy reading this one*- it's got a good mix of do-it-yourself projects and inspiring photos of homes, plus the font they use makes me want to take up calligraphy. (*We also are quite fond of them because they listed us in one of their first magazines as a top website for home furnishings, so that means they have…
Oh my, this is expensive but it's a really great resource. Ton's of furniture and design photos and designer interviews. And, if you order a year's subscription you get a free Marcel Wanders t-shirt.
This magazine is a must for anyone who is interested in sustainable, modern design.
For the September issue, Met home is rolling out a new format, with a new section concentrating on green design and living. The new section (entitled *Word) will also have a "ticker" at the bottom of the page with environmentally conscious content and facts.