The fall edition of House and Home will be published in October.

Fall edition of House and Home due out in October

West Kootenay magazine features all things domestic and decorative. It's your guide to landscaping, architecture, decorating and more.

The second edition of West Kootenay House and Home magazine will be coming out in early October.

This Black Press publication is region’s newest premier magazine for all things domestic and decorative is your guide to landscaping, trends, architecture, decorating and more.

The first edition received rave reviews from readers and advertisers alike.

“We had a wonderful response after being featured in House and Home,” said Rob Stacey of Cover Architectural Collaborative Inc.

“After the issue was published, we received all sorts of inquiries from prospective clients looking for help designing their homes and buildings to a higher standard of energy efficiency while integrating a cohesive and inspiring design. The feature article was a wonderful way to show some of our interests and capabilities at Cover Architectural Collaborative, and introduce us to a wider audience in the Kootenay region.”

Karen Bennett, regional sales director for the West Kootenay said feedback has been nothing but positive for the new magazine.

“We had so many positive comment and compliments about the publication that we knew we had a hit on our hands.”

House and Home is an entertaining look at the latest in building trends, home decor, styling and more.

“We are excited about growing this product and encourage our clients to get involved.”

Don’t miss your chance to become part of the fall edition of House and Home.

Contact Natasha, the magazine division sales representative at publications@westkootenayadvertiser.com or 250-505-3661.

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