Home Improver’s digital edition packed with ideas to transform your house into a luxury home
Cape Town - Did you know that mirror backsplashes in the kitchen have made a comeback? Or that painting an inside door black can add a touch of luxury to your home decor style?
If you are wanting to make your house look like a luxury home - but on a budget - then this month’s Home Improver is just for you.
We have all the inside information from some of the country’s top experts including builders, architects, interior designers and craftsmen, to help you transform your house into a luxury home.
From decor tips and advice to design tricks and trends, and an easy access stockist directory at the back, you’ll be ready to begin the transformation immediately.
ANA Property and Home editor Vivian Warby says the magazine was put together with a lot of love and excitement. “Many of us have spent so much time in our homes over hard lockdown and I think we really began to view our spaces with new eyes. Things we may have overlooked before could no longer be shunned aside when we were faced with them 24/7. I feel the first digital edition comes at just the right time, with many readers seeking advice on how to improve their homes.
"This edition aims to help our readers create something really beautiful in their homes without breaking the bank.
“The magazine also has a strong “buy local” ethic, as it is our aim to contribute to rebuilding our economy through our various platforms.”
Charl Reineke, Chief Of Sales ANA Publishing, says advertisers can expect the same attention to detail that the beloved print version of the Home Improver became known for over the decades.
“With a reach of over 8 million readers online, we believe the platform will perfectly serve our clients and going digital was the next logical step for our brand.”