Hot off the Press!
26 April 2019
If, like us, you enjoy nothing more than sitting down on a comfy chair and flicking through a glossy magazine or newspaper, then can we recommend some reading for you in your orangery or garden room this month!?
Print advertising in the national press and home interest sector remains an important part of our marketing strategy. Amongst these annual plans, we obviously proactively push out our latest news and photography through traditional press releases and more up-to-date techniques using different social media channels, with the aim to increase editorial coverage of David Salisbury’s award-winning orangeries and market leading timber windows.
Gaining this coverage is a vital addition to our regular advertising but, more importantly, helps to build our brand story.
The result of this co-ordinated plan and on-going effort is increasingly paying off with a string of features in the lifestyle press.
Leading the way in the May 2019 issues (which are published at the beginning of this month and on the news stand shelves during April) is our feature in the magazine Country Homes & Interiors. This included a full page image of one of our leading orangery projects from the past year, along with some expert advice from Karen Bell, David Salisbury Sales Director, entitled ‘Take a Cue from your Home.’
Alongside this, the same orangery project also appeared in the May issues of the leading home interest magazine Homes & Gardens. It is always an honour to appear in this title – did you know Homes & Gardens turns 100 next month? Launched in June 1919 and priced at one shilling, Britain’s first home-interest magazine was published.
Proving that size is not everything when it comes to good design(!), this smaller orangery link shown above appeared in the May issue of Period Living Magazine as part of a feature on glazed extensions.
To round off a busy month, Real Homes magazine featured this orangery (above right) with the editorial heading ‘Best for Equal Views’ in their ‘Guide to Conservatories’ article.
In conjunction with recent David Salisbury coverage in Country Life, Listed Heritage and The English Home, to name just a few other magazine titles, we’re very proud to have regular examples of our work featured in the press.
Hurry, if you want to catch those May issues above, before they disappear off the newsstands. Of course, staying in touch with our latest press coverage via our Facebook and Instagram channels might be easier all around – these updates are always hot off the press!