Why advertise in Seasons?

Seasons Style & Design is a lavishly designed resource guide that aims to inspire and engage readers with the freshest ideas and finest writing on the art of creating outstanding homes and gardens in the Triad.

Throughout our pages, you will meet fascinating designers and artisans and be invited into some of the most remarkable private homes and gardens the Triad has to offer.
Seasons is designed to celebrate and articulate what we love most about being home in the Triad- in a style we believe to be timeless.
In each issue, as our readers embark on the journey with us exploring historic homes and beloved landmarks, with award winning writers and photography, advertisers are presented a unique opportunity to capture this engaged audience of home and garden enthusiast who could be your next potential customer.
Seasons targets this valuable audience in a number of ways, but mainly through strategically identified Triad- wide distribution sites for the 25,000 copies we publish quarterly. A mix of smart editorial and convenient pick-up locations adds up to an effective advertising medium. Not only do we hear positive feedback from our readers about each issue, but our advertisers tell us they get strong response to their ads in Seasons.

  • Large format, high-quality magazine featuring thoughtful, well-written stories and beautiful, cutting edge design.
  • Timeless content extends the shelf life, gives added exposure, value and generates extra business.
  • 25,000 copies published Seasonally- each March, June, September and December.
  • Ad design services are included in ad price ensuring a strong, eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing ad.

25,000 copies are distributed throughout Winston-Salem, Kernersville, High Point, Greensboro, Burlington, Gibsonville and Elon. Seasons can be found at area Harris Teeters, Whole Foods and fine restaurants and retail locations. Complimentary issues are available with our advertisers and at the following locations:


All Through the House
Arbor Acres
Belle Maison
Bo-Ty Florist
Bowen Town & Country
Carolina Vintiques
Chamber of Commerce
City Beverage
Copper Penny
Dewey’s Bakery
Dioli’s in the Village
Ethan Allen
Firebirds Grill
Forsyth Country Club
Fourth and Trade
Hand & Stone
Harris Teeters
House of Plants
Kimpton Cardinal Hotel
Krankie’s Coffee
Leonard Ryden Burr
Lost in Time Antique Mall
Midtown Cafe & Dessertery
Mitchel Prime Properties
Moravian Book & Gift Shop
Piedmont Craftsmen
Precision Decorating
Price Davis Florist
Price Nursery
Reynolda House
Salem Creek
Salem Kitchen
SECCA -Center for Contemporary Art
Southern Home & Kitchen
The Carving Board
The Lighthouse Restaurant
Trouvaille Home
Village Tavern
Village Smith Galleries
Visit Winston Salem
Washington Perk
West End Cafe

Harris Teeter
Irazu Coffee
Lowell’s Wine Shop
The Oak House

1618 Downtown
1618 Seafood Grille
1618 Wine Lounge
Antique Market Place Mall
Barnes & Noble
Bershire Hathaway
Brown Gardiner Drug Store
Carrige House Antqiues
Chamber of Commerce
Cultrural Arts Center
Deep Roots Market
Grandover Resort
Greensboro Country Club
GSO Central Library
GSO Historical Museum
Hand & Stone
Harris Teeter
High Point Bank
Jo’s Coffee Shop
New Garden Nursery
O. Henry Hotel
Oman Eyecare
Printers Alley
Proximity Hotel
Randy McManus Design
Red Collection
Revolution Mill
Scuppernong Books
Shoppes on Patterson St
Shores Fine Dry Cleaners
Starmount Country Club
State St Jewerly
Tex & Shirley’s
The Maids
Tyler Redhead
Vivid Interiors
Weatherspoon Art Gallery
Well•Spring Retirement
Whole Foods
Willam Mangum Gallery

Blue House Bakery
Full Moon Oyster Bar
Potent Potables
Public Library
Southern Roots
The Soap Lady

Burke Manor Inn
Gibsonville Antiques
Gove Winery
Kimber’s Restaurant

Adams Furniture
Adams Inn
Antique & Design Center
Beeson Hardware
Carter Brothers
Fine Furniture Desgin
Furniture City Glass & Mirror
Granny’s Donuts
Harris Teeter
High Point Theatre
High Point Vistor’s Bureau
Hooker Furniture
Jimmy’s Pizza House
Legacy Classic
Modus Furniture
Real Kitchen & Market
Shores Dry Cleaner
Tex & Shirley’s
The Market
Zaki Oriental Rugs

A Cleaner World Dry Cleaner
American National Bank
Balance Day Spa
Bank of NC
Bliss Salon
Burke Manor Inn
Burlington Rec & Parks
Carver’s Restaurant
Christine Valmy Spa
Fire Salon
Grill 584 @ Best Western
Magnolia House Flowers
McPherson Dry Cleaners
Michelles Kitchen & Table
Natures Emporium
Om Shanti Yoga
Replacements, Ltd.
Stainback Florist
The Blend & Co
The Cutting Board
The Park Restaurant
Village Grill
Zach Hot Dogs (blue box) Burlington

Fabulous Finds
Harris Teeter
Hedgecock Fine Art
J Peppers Southern Grille
Paul J Ciener Botancial Garden
Pegg House Tea Room

Art Requirements
Ads should be submitted as electronic files as a PDF or TIF file on a CD. Ads should be CMYK, exact size, 300 dpi resolution. A color proof is suggested to ensure correct colors. Production questions may be directed to Lisa Bobbitt at 910.617.0090 or ohenryadvertising@thepilot.com.


Full Page 10” x 12” (trim) • 9.5” x 11.5” (live area) • 10.25” x 12.25” (w/bleed)
2/3 Page 6” x 10.75”
1/2 Page vertical 4.25” x 10.75” • horizontal 9” x 5.25”
1/3 Page vertical 2.75” x 10.75” • square 6” x 5.25”
1/4 Page 4.25” x 5.25”
1/6 Page vertical 2.75” x 5.25”
1/8 Page 4.25” x 2.5”
March 15 February 10 February 15 February 22
June 15 May 10 May 15 May 22
September 15 August 11 August 16 August 23
December 15 November 10 November 15 November 22
  • Seasons magazine has created ads that have brought customers to our antique store. People walk in the door and say, “I saw you in Seasons and had to come see you.” The Seasons issues are hard to keep on the shelf, they are picked up by locals and travelers alike. Good job, keep it up.

    Myra Burkhead Gibsonville Antiques
  • I love my association with Seasons magazine. I feel like I’ve gotten in on the ground floor of something that will be iconic. Within 48 hours of the first issue coming out, I sold a large item to someone who would not have come to my store otherwise.

    Michelle Grondy Out of Hand
  • Seasons magazine is proving to be the ideal vehicle to unite the Triad. It uses storytelling by the best writers and beautiful images of people and places by the best photographers to reveal the vibrancy of our communities. The quality of printing puts ink on paper in such a way that it enjoys a visible place on our coffee tables at home and at the office. Triad leaders should engage and support Seasons as a new tool that celebrates North Carolina’s center of creativity with such joy.

    J.D. Wilson Chairman and CEO Excalibur Direct Marketing and community philanthropist
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