Whether a natural bookworm or a reluctant reader, as an interior designer you should be regularly referring to a bank of interior design publications. Digital interior design magazines are a treasure trove of design inspiration, industry news, and expert insight. And so we rounded up top-tier interior design publications that all interior designers need to add to their regular reading list Find a cosy spot and get stuck in...
Azure is an award-winning magazine with a focus on contemporary architecture and design, packaged in six visually pleasing issues a year. But even if not in possession of an Azure print copy, you can still get your interior design fix. Azure welcomes readers with full coverage of stylish trends, product launches, designers' stories, and the latest architectural and interior design news. Another reason to add Azure to your digital bookshelf? Azure hosts award shows and galas throughout the year and as a regular reader, you're sure to gain priority access to tickets.
National Kitchen And Bath Association (NKBS)
The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBS) is the world's leading trade association for the kitchen and bath industry providing tools, research, certification, and events to thousands of professionals—in other words, an absolute gold mine! The NBKA Insights tab is a reliable source for critical analysis of all things interior, from research into the future of design to reports on how the financial market is affecting the interior design industry. If you get tired of reading, NKBS hosts video series, from talking with exhibitors about the latest technological innovations in design to interviewing leading names in kitchen and bath design.
Business of Home
Business of Home is such an interior design industry powerhouse that you likely already have it bookmarked to your favourites but if you don't... go and do so! Gather advice directly from industry veterans, get inspired by curated collections and stay informed on the latest happenings in the world of interior design. You should also regularly check out Business of Home's jobs board for exciting opportunities in the interior design industry. The best thing about BOH? The quarterly print edition. Pages of in-depth analysis of the topics that matter most to the interior design community—and the perfect finishing touch when styling a coffee table.
The Little Design Corner
The Little Designer Corner perfectly balances the two sides of being an interior designer: creative and corporate. Clare Le Roy started The Little Design Corner after leaving her corporate career to transition into a career within the interior design industry. The Little Design Corner started as a space for Clare to document her learnings and host online courses for fellow interior designers and architects. Today, The Little Design Corner is not so little but Clare continues to share educational content with her nearly 100k-strong audience. The Little Design Corner blog is an invaluable resource centre for interior design entrepreneurs and is regularly updated with fresh content, so it is worth checking in each and every week! Clare's writing covers social media strategies, customer relations, and even a monthly review of her own interior design business for full transparency.
After establishing itself as a leading name in the fashion industry, Elle launched a spin-off magazine covering all things interior decor—aptly named Elle Decor. One of the best-selling decor publications in the market, Elle Decor treats home design as a lifestyle. Expect coverage of the latest and greatest in interior trends, stunning luxury home tours and the tales of those who have made it to the top of the interior design industry. ›Plus, shopaholics can indulge themselves by browsing thousands of Elle Decor's featured products.
Oh, and the Visualist blog (what you're reading now).