Interior Design Magazines
There are a lot of interior design magazines out there and you can find most of them available at your local supermarket, newsstand or bookstore.
Popular interior design magazines available at your local newsstand include “Interior Design” a trade magazine which is a good start to covering the interior design industry. “Home & Design” magazine is about decorating ideas and interior design and it covers all areas of the home including the kitchen, patio, living room, bathroom and landscaping design.
There are a lot of interior design magazines that cover specific regions of the U.S., such as “Miami Home & Décor,” “Western Interiors” and “California Homes.” It seems that the major interior design areas in the U.S. include California, Florida and the American West, with a lot of interesting interior design magazines also devoted to American rural living.
Some other widely available interior design magazines include “Dwell,” “Space,” “House Beautiful,” “Elle Décor,” Marie Claire” and “Home Improvement.” You will find these magazines on sale at your local newsstand or you can have them delivered to your residence. Subscribe now and begin improving your urban house, apartment or country residence.
There are also interior design magazines designed for those interested in upscale design, and these include “Luxe” and “Architectural Digest”. These magazines are well-known to interior design professionals. They showcase architecture and residential spaces in a diversity of styles, and offer articles that are enhanced by outstanding photography of visually splendid interiors from around the world.
One glance through “Architectural Digest” will fill you with wonder. These sumptuous residences all have their story which is carefully documented and seductively told, making you feel all the better for having opened an interior design magazine. These eye-popping articles will draw you in for hours. There is no end to the glamour! Most laymen are curious about the excellent quality of life available to the most affluent of clienteles, but “Architectural Digest” also serves as a professional manual for the committed interior designer, who sees in these settings the makings of a new style for this or that eventual client of theirs.
Seeing what is possible in the field of interior design will expand your imagination and improve the scope of your choices and offerings. Also in these interior design magazines you will find references to dealers specialized in such areas as period pieces or antique hardware.