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

We’re available at fine retailers near you, including Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods, Walmart, CVS, Fred Meyer…anywhere that sells your favorite magazines! For a digital copy, we are now available on PressReader. We hope you enjoy the issue. Here’s an excerpt from our Editor-in-Chief, Kelli Lamb:

“What does home mean to you?”

It’s my favorite question to ask as an editor, because while the answers often vary greatly, they always share a common thread: Home is a place that is distinctly our own. This issue, our first of 2022, is all about these nests that define us—and our life’s chapters. Your home should tell a story—as the Atlanta home of Laura Jenkins (pg 70) does with an impressive art and antique collection. It can also paint a picture of where you’re headed, like the Florida oasis belonging to our friends Anne and Jordan England, co-founders of furniture-favorite Industry West (pg 114). 

There’s the designer who renovated her childhood home (pg 32), the couple who ditched the lights of Los Angeles for a slower pace in Colorado (pg 78), and the budding Bravo star, Paige DeSorbo, debuting her first “grown up” apartment in Manhattan (pg 98). She called in her lifelong BFF, interior designer Hollis Loudon Puig, knowing only she could translate her fashion sense into interiors. 

And, if you’re feeling a little sick and tired of your own home after the last three years, we’ve got a travel story design lovers will appreciate. Turns out, there’s a lot more to wine country than, well, wine. 

The above question is especially meaningful, as it’s the opening line in our new book, Home With Rue. In bookstores this spring, the tome is a celebration of all things Rue—from our digital beginnings to this new chapter at the newsstand. (On pg 62, we’re offering a sneak peek at one of the home’s featured in the book!)  

Whether it’s the magazine, the website, or the book to come, I hope we can help you create a place that looks and lives beautifully—and, most of all, says ‘home.’