Ideal Home

Ideal Home is the title of a British home decorating magazine, published monthly by IPC Media, a Time Warner subsidiary. Ideal Home is the best-selling homes magazine in the United Kingdom, (ABC-audited circulation of 195,442, Jul–Dec 2011) and has a readership of over 1,035,000 (NRS-audited readership, Jul-Dec 2011). Published since 1920, the magazine focuses on home interior decoration articles; reader homes; high-street shopping news and consumer advice. Every issue includes a 20-page section dedicated to kitchen and bathroom makeovers.

Ideal Home magazine is edited by Isobel McKenzie-Price, Editorial Director.

The Ideal Home website was launched in 2005 as an extension of the magazine. It features galleries of room images, decorating advice features, forums, blogs, shopping news and competitions. This can now be found at http://www.housetohome.co.uk/idealhomemagazine as part of the Housetohome website.

Ideal Home magazine underwent a design and content revamp on the May 2010 issue. It now sports new features, typography and layout along with a redesigned logo. The revamped copy went on sale on 30 March 2010.

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... The Ideal Home Show (formerly called the Ideal Home Exhibition) is an annual event in London, now held at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre ... Its goal is to bring together everything associated with having an "ideal home", such as the latest inventions for the modern house, and to showcase the latest ... A regular feature of the show for many years was the Ideal House Competition, where designs were invited and the winning schemes erected at the exhibition the following year ...

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