House Beautiful Launches Kitchen Reno Digimag

NEW YORK-House Beautiful magazine has launched its first digimag devoted to kitchen renovation, the House Beautiful Ultimate Guide to Kitchens. The new digital guide explores every aspect of kitchen design.

Sections of the digimag are devoted to new kitchen trends, such as "Light & White," "Bold & Colorful," and "Warm & Natural," followed by a guide to making upgrades or full renovations. The digimag is available for download through Zinio and Barnes & Noble and will debut on iTunes and Amazon later this year.

"From our Kitchen of the Month features to extensive coverage of design trends and product innovations, House Beautiful is the authority on kitchens," said Kate Kelly Smith, senior vice president, publishing director and chief revenue officer of House Beautiful. "We are so excited to partner with Kohler to debut our first digimag, the latest entry into our ever expanding brand mix. It's a fantastic and fun way to engage consumers."

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