Like out-of-town friends, magazines pop by every so often to give you a colourful update on the latest happenings before taking up permanent residence on the shelf in the bathroom. Schedule a regular visitation with today's Groupon: for $10, you get eight issues over two years of Home & Cabin magazine (a $19.90 value).
Home & Cabin showcases an eye-grabbing selection of Newfoundland and Labrador's domiciles on the glossy pages of its quarterly instalments. Aided by colourful interior-exterior photography and a diverse sampling of writers, the magazine introduces its page-flippers to seasonal decorating trends, cultural aspects of specific homes and their inhabitants, and innovative household products. Articles on the form-function creations of local builders, designers, and landscapers allow native readers to understand the concept behind their neighbour's question-mark-shaped fountain. DIY projects supply practical house-honing advice, such as how to redesign rooms and construct ambitious home additions. Subscribers emerge with a heightened confidence in trying out eco-friendly home-maintenance methods or effectively implementing subbasement dining lairs on their own. Living-room ideas and executed flights of front-lawn fancy are nestled in two years of issues, which debut in March, June, September, and December.
"Home & Cabin" Magazine
Through rich photographs and incisive articles from a wealth of contributors, each glossy issue of Home & Cabin explores the physical, social, and cultural minutiae of home and cabin owners in Newfoundland and Labrador. Articles in the quarterly's March, June, August, and December issues profile the businesses, builders, decorators, and landscapers that create the abodes, the individuals who inhabit them, and the structures themselves. The magazine's do-it-yourself pieces walk readers through projects such as room redesigns and floating-deck construction, and its eco-friendly tips encourage sustainable cleaning methods and uses for rainwater other than filling your basement shark tank.