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Cover of Livingetc
EditorPip Rich (formerly Pip McCormac)
Former editorsSarah Spiteri, Suzanne Imre, Neil McLennan, Jane Bruton
CategoriesInterior design
First issue1998
CompanyFuture plc
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inLondon

Livingetc is a magazine focused on modern interior design and published by Future plc.[1]


The magazine began publication in 1998 in London, England and specializes in minimalist interiors.


Livingetc is a British modern homes magazine featuring designers, houses from around the world, interior trends, and decorating ideas. It is edited by Pip Rich, whose pre-married name was Pip McCormac. He has previously worked at ELLE Decoration, Red, Sunday Times Style, and Grazia.

It features columnists Minnie Kemp and Ruth Mottershead. Jonathan Adler was the first guest editor overseeing the June 2021 issue.

Other ventures

Other than publishing the magazine, Livingetc sells lighting, furniture and fabrics. It previously launched Livingetc Home, a collection of furniture and accessories. The magazine also made Livingetc TV, a 15-part series for Discovery Travel & Living, and created a series of CDs with The Big Chill (music festival), Buddha Bar, Momo’s Kemia Bar and Sketch (restaurant) and bar. In 2009, a Livingetc paint range was developed and sold through the UK DIY superstore B&Q.

Notable contributors

Linda Boronkay and Poppy Okotcha have been two of their monthly columnists.

Jamie Oliver was a culinary contributor in the early years and had his first two houses photographed for the magazine. Sir Terence Conran had his house photographed for the October 2006 issue. The magazine has featured the houses of actors like Courteney Cox and Rachel Griffiths, radio presenter Jamie Theakston, and designer Sebastian Conran.

Livingetc website

Livingetc’s website, was launched in 2005 as an extension of the magazine.


  1. ^ "Livingetc: Modern home design and style". Retrieved 2023-01-09.

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