Metropolitan Home

Metropolitan Home was a monthly magazine that focused on interior design and showcased upscale and modern homes, architecture, and home furnishings. The magazine was published in the United States from 1981 to 2009.Image:metropolitan-home-sample-cover

The magazine's design and editorial were geared towards an affluent metropolitan audience. Each issue featured a mix of decorating ideas, entertainment-style articles, and high-end advertisements for luxury goods. The magazine's target audience was people who desired contemporary and high-end designs for their living spaces.

Metropolitan Home was known for featuring influential designers and architects, such as Frank Gehry, Richard Meier, and Michael Graves. The magazine also showcased the homes of celebrities and affluent individuals from around the world, featuring architecture and home interior projects from diverse cultures and regions.

Throughout its publication, Metropolitan Home won several awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence. The magazine was influential in shaping design trends in the United States and quickly became one of the leading publications in the industry.

In the late 2000s, the magazine, like many print publications, suffered from a decline in readership and revenue. Metropolitan Home ceased publication in 2009, leaving behind a legacy as one of the premiere publications for contemporary and high-end interior design.{{Categories}}

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