Ideal Home reveals new look

Ideal Home is unveiling a new look this month, including a complete redesign and new editorial features.

Ideal Home
Ideal Home

The IPC title’s overhaul follows six months of research and development.

Changes include new typography, layout and cover-style featuring a redesigned logo that “highlights the inspiring and practical content” of the magazine.

A new section called “Be Your Own Interior Designer” will showcase the magazine’s original photography.

The revamp will be supported by an online campaign and advertising across IPC’s women’s titles Homes & Gardens, Woman & Home, housetohome.co.uk and goodtoknow.co.uk.

IPC hopes the changes will give the magazine a “coffee table quality” to enhance its practical content.

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