Design Nj Magazine Yearly Subscription

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Design NJ features homes and landscapes of all styles and sizes. We cover properties from Sussex to Cape May counties and everywhere in between.

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Design NJ features homes and landscapes of all styles and sizes. We cover properties from Sussex to Cape May counties and everywhere in between.

An award winning magazine that captures beautiful New Jersey homes & landscapes with stunning photography & well researched articles. Properties showcased are from all regions of NJ & detailed resource information is provided. Subscription includes 6 bi-monthly issues & an annual directory.

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A beautiful publication,with informative articles on design, and\r\n\r\nsources to buy the pieces ,either art,antiques or accent. that will enable you to build a lovely Home .An upscale Magazine that fills the bill for the discriminating home owner or designer.I look forward to my magazine arriving every other month


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Design NJ used to be a great magazine, but over the past couple of years it has changed and is now nothing more than a book of advertising space. In the past, the publishers featured wonderful layouts of more traditional designs - those more suited to the architectural styles in the majority of NJ homes. These days I find the issues to be a waste of space - more modern design layouts and far too much advertising within the pages. Very disappointing.


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A beautiful publication,with informative articles on design, and\r\n\r\nsources to buy the pieces ,either art,antiques or accent. that will enable you to build a lovely Home .An upscale Magazine that fills the bill for the discriminating home owner or designer.I look forward to my magazine arriving every other month


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Design NJ used to be a great magazine, but over the past couple of years it has changed and is now nothing more than a book of advertising space. In the past, the publishers featured wonderful layouts of more traditional designs - those more suited to the architectural styles in the majority of NJ homes. These days I find the issues to be a waste of space - more modern design layouts and far too much advertising within the pages. Very disappointing.