The fall 2019 issue of Naturally, Danny Seo is on newsstands now, and it’s the print magazine’s fifth anniversary! It’s one of our favorite publications, and Danny’s approach to stylish, sustainable living is both aspirational and attainable all at once. As he tells it, “I wanted to do what I thought most magazines weren’t doing anymore. That is, create well-researched, meaningful content, shoot original photographs all over the world, and print everything on really nice paper stock so you’d want to save each issue as a keepsake.” Mission accomplished!

We’re excited to offer a peek into the latest issue, with a look at Jodi Levine’s eclectic 1920s Dutch Colonial home, located just about an hour north of Manhattan. With photographs by David Engelhardt, the article dives into the home’s creative approach to design. As the former crafts editor for Martha Stewart Living, Jodi’s home showcases her unique eye and cheeky sense of humor. Elevated DIYs, like a chalkboard menu with a shallow spice rack in the kitchen (made of Wilsonart’s Graphite Nebula laminate with chalkboard finish) and papier-mâché eyeballs stacked on a landing, bring a hearty dose of personality to the space. Also in the kitchen is Wilsonart’s Marrara Quartz, for a durable and family-friendly space. That said, one of our favorite details has to be her art collection. Her children’s artwork hangs alongside unique prints by contemporary artists and illustrators. In a stairwell, she’s displayed a “gallery wall” of paper and vellum bags, introducing a retro-inspired color palette to the white walls.

To see the full space and read more about Jodi’s home, pick up the latest copy of Naturally, Danny Seo. It’s on newsstands now! Or, you can snag a subscription and never miss an issue by clicking here.