Top online Home design reads…

6 Jun

1. Adore

Adore is an Australian lifestyle & interiors magazine filled with great interior decorating tips and gorgeous homes from all over the world. I love that they regularly introduce me to fabulous new products from international places. They also have a fabulous blog that you can read here

2. Rue

The staff at Rue reads like a bloggers who’s who directory – there’s Crystal Gentiello, Anne Sage and Bri Emery all  to name a few. With such great people on board it’s not surprising that this magazine is chocka full of inspirational interiors, products and creativity in general as well as some gorgeous fashion shoots.

3. Heart Home Mag

Founded by Arianna Trapani (Arianna Interiors), Carole King (Dear Designer’s Blog) and Daniel Nelson (Atelier Tally) Heart Home magazine is  a quarterly that celebrates unique interior decor and lifestyle.  I love that they champion independent British Designers and inspire readers to create their own great British home.

4. LONNY

Lonny is a bimonthly online magazine that focuses on lifestyle and home decor. Founded by designer Michelle Adams and photographer Patrick Cline it has great market finds in it. My favorite thing about this magazine is that they feature affordable design as well as high-end stuff.

5. Sweet Paul

This is a gorgeous food & home entertaining magazine that’s sure to get your taste buds going and there’s a brilliant blog you can check out too here.

If you have any other great online magazine recommendations then i’d love to hear them, leave a note in the comments – I’m always looking for new reads!!

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