Maxwell Ryan, the founder of Apartment Therapy, is joining Better Homes and Gardens as a contributing editor. His column, “Apartment Therapist,” will feature decorating and lifestyle tips. Ryan’s column will appear several times a year.
“For more than nine years, Maxwell has helped people master the elements of good home design, with a particular focus on organization and personal expression,” Gayle Butler, editor-in-chief of Better Homes and Gardens, said in a statement. ”We are thrilled that he will be bringing our readers his distinctive point-of-view and great ideas for living large in small areas.”
Ryan’s debut column is in Better Homes and Gardens’ October issue, which on newsstands now.
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