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GoodWeave invites media sponsors to donate in-kind services in the form of advertising and related promotions. Contributors can also become part of a top-tier list of sponsors that includes Interior Design, Luxe Interiors + Design, and others. Other publications, including Elle Decor, Veranda and Town & Country, run GoodWeave’s PSA when space allows; GoodWeave welcomes all media interested in getting involved at any level. Click here to learn more about the benefits of sponsorship, or scroll down to learn more about our current sponsors. For more information, please contact us via email or by phone at 202-234-9050.
- Lead Sponsors, for an investment of $125,000 in cash and/or in-kind contributions
- Associate Sponsors, for an investment of $50,000 per year in cash and/or in-kind contributions
- Electronic Media Sponsors, for media that provide online advertising and promotion
Dwell is committed to the coverage of sustainable architecture and design. We believe the goal of modern design should be ultimately to make green “normal”--in other words, to make sustainability an integral part not just of design but of every day life. For more information on Dwell or to subscribe, visit www.dwell.com.
Luxe Interiors + Design
Luxe Interiors + Design is a national hybrid shelter magazine that is dedicated to coverage of stylish luxury architecture and interior design. With a total national distribution of 435,000 across twelve editions, Luxe Interiors + Design is the largest network of luxury home magazines, and is the only shelter magazine that combines a strong national brand with customized regional relevance. Affluent consumers want inspiration and ideas from leading national rug, furniture, fabric, lighting, and other interior design brands, as well as access to regional shops and showrooms to source and buy. Luxe Interiors + Design gives them access to both. For more information or to subscribe, go to www.luxemagazine.com.
Metropolis is the indispensable source for design at all scales. As the world of design changes, Metropolis evolves with it, offering critical insight, authoritative analysis, and fresh ideas to discriminating and curious design professionals. For more information on Metropolis or to subscribe, visit www.metropolismag.com.
With a print circulation of more than 76,000 and over 170,000 monthly unique visitors online, Interior Design offers an unparalleled level of design-hungry readership. Each month, the magazine features a variety of outstanding projects, the latest new products across all disciplines, industry news and more. For more information visit www.interiordesign.net.
interiors is an international design magazine, featuring exclusive offerings from the world of art, interior design and travel. For more, visit here
Apartment Therapy is a leading home and design blog. With a mission to help people make their homes more beautiful, healthy and organized, Apartment Therapy believes that a calm, healthy, beautiful home is a necessary foundation for happiness and success in the world. Their goal of connecting people to the resources they need to redecorate their home is accomplished by providing access to news, reviews, inspiration, an interactive community and more. For more information, visit Apartment Therapy at www.apartmenttherapy.com.
Conscious Living is a multi-platform lifestyle TV show on the latest in healthy, sustainable living. From green travel and design, natural health and spirituality, and vegetarian cuisine, Conscious Living TV travels the globe to bring viewers a taste of the good life. Join the movement at www.ConsciousLivingTV.com.
Dabble Magazine is a bi-monthly online magazine based in Toronto, Ontario that dabbles in interior design, travel and food. Founded in 2011 by HGTV's Kimberly Seldon, each issue is dedicated to presenting inspiring design from around the world, exploring cities ripe for discovery, giving a taste for far-flung cultures, and bringing all of this together in an interactive magazine, so to discover a passion for travel, design and food. For online archives and additional content, visit www.dabblemag.com.
Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future. For more information, visit www.inhabitat.com.
Launched in October of 2009, Lonny Magazine is an online shelter publication that reads like a magazine but adds an interactive feature allowing readers to connect and shop instantly from its pages. Editorially, Lonny is dedicated to opening the door to accessible design. In a short time, Lonny has attracted a large and passionate following with designers and inspired a youthful demographic of young, affluent, home-oriented consumers. An approachable format lets computer novices as well as experts feel right at home. See for yourself at www.lonnymag.com.
Rue Magazine is an online lifestyle publication focused on interior design, style, and entertaining. Founded in September 2010 and headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Rue features a mix of styles with an emphasis on great taste and individual expression. Maximizing the capabilities unique to digital publishing, Rue offers readers exclusive downloads, behind-the-scenes videos, instant point-of-purchase access to products displayed in the magazine, and much more. The goal is to make Rue a rewarding, inclusive, collaborative experience for all involved, from the readers to the advertisers, and everyone in between. For more information, check www.ruemag.com.
At the age of five, Manju was already working on the rug looms. While she has since been found and freed from carpet work, some 250,000 children throughout South Asia still toil in obscurity. Through GoodWeave nearly 3,600 kids like Manju have been rescued, rehabilitated and educated, and thousands more deterred from entering the workforce.More Stories »