My favourite interiors magazine is Elle Décor because it has always showcased beautiful and inspiring interiors. Over the past year, the magazine has made a wonderful transition including more modern homes and highlighting spaces that appeal to everyone whether an interior designer or just a design lover. The trend spotting is also on point. The latest feature on the ikat trend was my favourite thus far. Every month I can't wait for more!
I subscribe to a few different décor publications, but until I discover Domino’s rightful replacement, I’ll continue to resurrect old issues. It’s my design Bible and is necessary for renewal of the décor mind. It gives 200 pages of mind-inspiring, creative freshness, while touching the hems of the design elite. Each section is like a different book of the Bible. First, there’s the “Old Testament” which consists of decor traditions and wisdom. Second, is the “New Testament” featuring the four gospels: trends, amazing finds, stylish spaces and today’s designers. Its book of Revelations isn’t in the magazine itself, but in the inspiration it gives to create a beautiful lifestyle.
Mustard Seed Collective
My favourite interiors magazine is Ideal Home. It's mainstream and it's popular but it's always inspiring. I know that the products they feature are going to be things I can actually buy too and the rooms are rooms I can actually see myself living in. As nice as it is to see pics of a château, it's hard to see how that will work in a 1 bedroom flat and Ideal Home doesn't fall into that trap. The magazine really shows you how to use the high street to create an individual look but for the really unique and vintage inspired home ideas I still look to blogs to inspire me rather than magazines.
The Style PA at Home