Homeheaven has announced the appointment of Annie Stevens as its new editor.
Stevens will be charged with strengthening Homeheaven’s presence as an online network for all things related to the home.
Stevens will oversee all editorial content, from DIY and gardening through to cooking and cleaning. Launched earlier this year, Homeheaven has continued to grow from strength to strength. It is the brainchild of the team behind the successful beauty directory and beautyheaven communities and serves to bring the chat over the garden fence into the digital age.
Stevens has more than five years experience in media, having written for a range of notable publications including; The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Guardian, Sunday Life and Vogue Australia. In her most recent role, Stevens served as the Fashion and Food Editor for Daily Life, where she discovered her love for design and digital.
Jackie Maxted, founder and managing director of homeheaven, said: “The team at homeheaven is thrilled to welcome Annie on board this week. We always want to be adding new perspectives and experience to our team, so we’re looking forward to seeing how Annie’s impressive experience across both print and online lifestyle publications will help us continue to deliver great content for our readers.”
Stevens said: “I’m very excited about stepping into this new role where I can engage with readers and share my genuine love for home, lifestyle and interiors. I’m looking forward to the challenge of helping to shape homeheaven as it continues to grow as an engaging and passionate community site.”
homeheaven is Australia’s first online home destination to combine multi-media editorial with consumer generated content and reviews. homeheaven features a comprehensive pre-shop research database for consumers to find official product information, read reviews from key influencers, and find the best buys for their home and budget.
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