An announcement from Period Living magazine

How we’ll continue to keep you inspired, informed and entertained

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Dear reader,

To say we are living in uncertain times would be an understatement, but I wanted to let you know that one thing is certain: Period Living magazine will keep publishing and continue to bring you the same great mix of beautiful homes and gardens, decorating ideas and expert advice every month.

Some things, however, will change and I want to make sure you are informed about all the implications of the Coronavirus on your enjoyment of the magazine.

Many of you will be subscribers to Period Living and we want to reassure you that we will continue to post your latest issues to you as normal. But because the situation is evolving every day, we do request that you provide us with your email address by filling out this simple form, enabling us to communicate with you as quickly as we can in the event that anything changes.

Many more of you will pick up Period Living at a newsagent or supermarket. We appreciate there have been store closures and some of you may prefer not to leave your home at this time, so you may wish to consider ordering the latest issue of your magazine from our secure online store by clicking here

If you do intend to order copies directly from us, it would be remiss of us not to point out that a subscription is considerably better value to you in the long run. We currently have some excellent offers on both the print (get a free Annie Sloan paint set) and digital versions of the magazine. 

I’m sure you can appreciate that we are facing some unprecedented logistical challenges in creating Period Living right now, but I also want to reassure you that the whole team is currently in good health and adapting to making the magazine from the comfort of our own homes.

However, to ensure we are able to do this to the best of our ability, and to simplify our production process at a time when everyone from printers to delivery drivers are under enormous pressure, we have decided to make a modest reduction to the pagination of the magazine until life returns to normal.

We will endeavour to keep you informed regularly about any changes that relate to your magazine, but I will sign off now by wishing you and your loved ones the very best of health – the whole team and I hope you stay safe and well at this time.

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing if we can be of any assistance.

Melanie Griffiths

Editor, Period Living

PS. Thank you so much for supporting the magazine – your passion genuinely inspires us and keeps us going. Let’s stick together!

Melanie Griffiths
Melanie has been working in homes magazines for almost 14 years and is currently Editor of Period Living magazine. She lives the brand's ethos of creating a forever home in an old house with new ideas as she slowly improves her own rural home. When she isn't at work, Mel enjoys cooking, caring for her garden and exploring the countryside.