Er, not to rub it in or anything, but we had no idea that O: At Home, a shelter spinoff of O: The Oprah Magazine, even existed until Hearst announced it was folding it today. But we're sad anyway — not only because, had we known about O: At Home, we might have actually read it, since the editor-in-chief was Sarah Gray Miller, founder of that other late, great shelter title, Budget Living — but because this is the second magazine Hearst has given up on in as many months. And if even Oprah-related products aren't selling, then this downturn is a lot worse than we even thought. Maybe it's time to bring Budget Living back? [Mixed Media/Portfolio]
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