My last issue as editor of R•Home

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The March/April issue of R•Home mag was my last issue as editor, and coincidentally it was an “artful” issue. I left my job at Richmond mag mid-January to take on a new job opportunity as communications manager with the Visual Arts Center of Richmond. So, it goes to show that as I was wrapping up my last issue of R•Home, my mind was already embracing a new artistic perspective.

Here’s the line-up of R•Home content:

Department stories

The Goods Pantone’s colors of the year — Radiant Orchid
The Expert The art of collecting: Buying art for your home is as simple as knowing what you like
The Gallery Gallery Hopping: What’s happening now in Richmond’s art scene
At Home The Trouble with Sofas
Favorites Decisively on Display: Kenneth Byrd uses his merchandising background to accessorize his home with precision
Gardening Hardy Heirlooms: Zinnias take a licking and keep on ticking, beautifully
DIY Magnetic Beauty: Make the fridge even cooler with this quick, easy project
Viewpoint The Interpreter: Designer Thom Filicia wants to help clients express the narrative of their lives
Occasions Not-so-secret success: The Underground Kitchen surfaces for its first dinner event
Calendar March & April events: What’s happening around town
Q&A The new Bridget Beari: Susan Jamieson’s palette now includes a new line of graphic wallpapers
Back Page Stuff we like: Fern & Roby speakers, Justin Tran prints and spring reading material

Feature stories

Conversation Pieces: Ted Elmore’s Fan home inspires discussions on art, culture and beauty
Bring on the Light: A family transforms a dark Tudor into a bright, cheery home inside and out
Readers’ Favorites 2014

And here are some behind-the-scenes photos …

It has bee a blessing to work on R•Home with so many talented writers, editors, stylists, photographers, illustrators, and art directors in the past year. As I turn to a new chapter in my life, I’m so happy I have these ones to flip through and look back on. Thank you, all! cheers, marissa

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