Jasmine Roth of HGTV Takes a New Job & Show

Jasmine Roth of HGTV Takes a New Job & Show

Jasmine Roth of HGTV Takes a New Job & Show

Designer, builder, wife, mother, and host of HGTV are just a few of the many jobs that Jasmine Roth juggles every day. And now that she’s been hard at work as the first-ever guest editor of HGTV Magazine, she can add “editor” to the list. The specifics of her great promotion and the unique new program that goes along with it are provided here.

Roth Oversaw HGTV Magazine’s October 2022 Issue

Roth, the host of HGTV’s “Help! I Wrecked My House,” said on September 14, 2022, through Instagram that she had been busy working behind the scenes as a guest editor of HGTV Magazine’s October issue. In an Instagram post, Roth gave fans a sneak peek at the October cover, which shows her family of three, which includes her husband Brett and their two-year-old daughter Hazel, at a cabin they recently renovated in the California mountains, about an hour and a half east of their family’s Huntington Beach home.

Currently available for free online viewing, “Hazel’s Cozy Cabin” is also showcased in the magazine’s print edition, which will be available on newsstands on September 20. She claimed in a letter to readers that she had enjoyed planning the article, even as she was remodeling another house.

“When HGTV Magazine contacted me to guest-edit an issue, my first instinct was, ‘OMG, absolutely!’,” Roth wrote to readers in the October issue. My happiest spot is magazines, thus this is truly my dream job.

She continued, “I’m quite competitive, so I wanted to knock it out of the park. That’s why I chose to buy and completely restore a property in six weeks for the cover story. We could have taken pictures of one of my earlier projects, but that wouldn’t have been as exciting as discovering an old A-frame in Arrowbear, California, gutting it, and transforming it into my ideal cabin in time for our deadline with the press. I’m in awe that I now have a cabin of my own.

According to Media Post, other articles in the October issue include a list of the 10 household tools that Roth and her friends believe every person should own, a narrative explaining why Roth is working to normalize the use of fake houseplants, and a “How Bad Is It?” Q&A with Roth featuring challenging issues that readers are unsure how to resolve.

A New Show Will Include Roth’s Adventures in Editing While Renovating

Roth did spend some time at the magazine’s New York City headquarters, even though much of the magazine’s preparation took place virtually. After her meetings there, HGTV Magazine posted a nearly four-minute interview with Roth on YouTube, during which it was revealed that she even had an office with her name and the title “Guest Editor” on the door.

When Roth was selected as their first guest editor, their editor-in-chief, Maile Carpenter, was greatly taken aback by how actively and passionately she guided the issue, bringing in theme boards for potential features just days after learning of her selection.

Carpenter was quoted in an HGTV story about the new issue as saying, “She’s precisely what we want the magazine to be.” She is imaginative and motivating. She is quite energized. Her positive attitude is contagious.

A special in-depth program about Roth’s experience will premiere on HGTV soon. A film crew accompanied the 37-year-old as she organized the content for the October issue and remodeled her new California cabin. “Help! On Saturday, October 1, “I Wrecked My House: Jasmine Buys a Cabin” debuts on HGTV and discovery+.

In addition to showcasing her remarkably speedy cabin repair, Roth said she is eager for the show to premiere so viewers can see all that goes into producing a magazine.

It’s really amazing to see how experts layout a magazine, she commented. Being a part of the full editorial process and seeing what goes into creating a magazine have been eye-opening and bizarre experiences, respectively.

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