Date: December 20, 2016 |
In celebration of our 20th anniversary and in honor of this year’s Design Issue, our staff is taking a look back at our favorite Design Book issues through the years. Join us as we reminisce.
“As a lover of color, my favorite Design Issue is from 2016. With an entire section dedicated to rewriting color rules and using hues you love the most, this issue speaks my language! Nothing says ‘Happy New Year’ like a new color palette for your home.” —Katie Cox, Incoming Editor
“The Design Issue is one of my favorites of the year, and this bright home makes me happy! It has the perfect mix of color, texture, and natural light. I could see myself living there, and that is what interior design is all about.”
—Megan Beard, Account Executive
“I will always love the January/February 2012 issue. I was a freelance writer with the magazine at that time and had the opportunity to interview James Howard for a story about a house he designed in Little Rock. The home was one of my first encounters with what is now widely known as ‘new traditional’ style, and I was amazed at how beauty, comfort, and detail seemed to flow effortlessly throughout each room.”
—Tiffany Adams, Managing Editor
“I picked the 2015 issue. In my almost 15 years with the magazine, this is the first issue where we did something totally different by putting trendsetters on the cover. Some I’ve watched since I started, and some are fairly new to me. But each one of them brings a unique flair to the table. Many of them have received national attention, but their hard work and dedication is seen throughout our state.”
—Jennifer Hay, Senior Account Executive
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