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Metropolitan Home gets a new look for fall.

NEW YORK -- Metropolitan Home magazine is getting a makeover.

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Come September, the shelter book, which bills itself as a primer on modern design and style, will unveil a revamped front-of-book section called Word, along with a streamlined layout.

The revamped section, formerly known as Take Note, will include everything from contemporary design news to insider information on where to shop, travel and eat.

The updated section will also include new Coverage on sustainable living and eco-friendly design. The reworked, eight-page section will include information on "must-visit" retail shops and restaurants, updates on the latest museum openings and exhibits, and tips on finding the most chic hotels.

Other new features include Owner's Manual, which Hill highlight tech-savvy appliances; Real Life Money, which Hill offer financial guidance; and High Low, which Hill present two options for a featured product: one luxury find and its budget-oriented equivalent.
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Author:Thau, Barbara
Publication:HFN The Weekly Newspaper for the Home Furnishing Network
Date:Aug 13, 2007
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