We are so excited to share our fall issue, on newsstands now!  

To find a copy near you, click here for a third-party search tool called MagFinder. Just pop in your zip code + RUE, and a list of retailers will generate for your area! Think Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, Whole Foods, Walmart, CVS, Fred Meyer…anywhere that sells your favorite magazines! We hope you enjoy the issueHere’s an excerpt from our Editor-in-Chief, Kelli Lamb:

Hello again, friends! 

An unexpected highlight of moving our magazine from a 100 percent digital endeavor to include a quarterly print publication has been connecting with so many new design lovers, near and far—from the woman at Barnes & Noble who asked why I was taking a picture of the magazine stand when we launched our first issue (and joined in my excitement when I told her) to the emails I get after each issue from readers who share their favorite features and offer ideas for future issues. It’s been so lovely to build up this Rue community, and it’s only the beginning. 

Recently, I packed my bags for High Point, North Carolina, where I met up with our Co-Principal (and my good friend), Danny Seo. We were there for High Point Market, which is the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world. I’ve been going for nearly a decade and it’s one of my favorite events of the year—I get to see new furniture and home accessories before they’re in stores, predict trends, and best of all, connect with friends. 

We set up shop in the Universal Furniture To The Trade Designer’s Lounge. Over the course of a few days, Danny and I were able to meet with interior designers and small-business owners alike. It didn’t matter whether it was someone who had only recently discovered a love of design or a well-established architect, there was room for everyone at our table. I felt such a joyful sense of community to meet so many folks with shared passions and interests.  

I feel that same joy knowing this magazine has landed in your hands this fall. In this issue, I made sure that everyone would feel there was a place for them by featuring a variety of styles, furnishings for every budget, and talent from all walks of life. 

I hope you love it and feel a sense of community as you read. There’s always a seat for you here. 

Kelli