Better Homes and Gardens Font

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What font is used in the Better Homes and Gardens logo?

“Austin Semibold” is the font used in the Better Homes and Gardens logo. This font is designed by Commercial Type. You can purchase this font from the link below.

If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.

You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.

The friendly Better Homes and Gardens’ logo font is a good choice for this magazine, and the luxury style of this logo font makes anyone interested in reading and using it in their luxury and beauty brands. This logo font changes color depending on the magazine cover, but you can use your favorite color for your brand.

About Better Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens Founded by Edwin Meredith and edited by Stephen Orr, the magazine focuses on many interesting areas related to homes, including cooking, gardening, crafts, healthy living, decorating, and entertaining.

The original name was Fruit, Garden and Home from 1922 to 1924. The name was changed in 1925 to Better Homes and Gardens.

The magazine’s title is used by Meredith’s real estate arm, which is sold and then called GMAC Real Estate. In October 2007, Meridit signed a 50-year license with Realogy to license better homes and gardens to better real estate and homes. The company is based in Parsippany, New Jersey, and has offices nationwide.

The television broadcasting division of Better TV began production in the fall of 2007, a lifestyle show that unites content from various Meredith magazines (including BH&G), consumer advice, and popular interviews. The program is currently broadcast on Meredith, Scripps, Fisher, and LIN TV stations. Some Meredith stations produce the local version of Better.

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