Interior design magazines have a number of functions. They let you know the recent trends, inspire you, offer advice, provide you with insights from top designs. Furthermore, they look dead cool while artfully stacked up on your coffee table.
1. ELLE DECORATION FRANCE
2. ELLE DECORATION SPAIN
Since 1989, Elle Decor’s main mission is to inspire its two million readers, making their world more beautiful, one room at a time.
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3. VOGUE ARABIA
This iconic magazine always has a column in the topic Living which talks about home décor and interior design. Therefore very furniture brand wants to appear in that part of the magazine. Interior designers and other décor professionals always get inspiration in Vogue.
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4. ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST SPAIN
Maby be the interior design magazine with the most beautiful houses in the world. Refinement, luxury, and new life trends are represented as an expression of lifestyle. Through a new and contemporary look in the world of design, architecture, and furniture.
5. HARPERS BAAZAR
Harper’s Bazaar is an American women’s fashion magazine published by Hearst. Harper’s Bazaar considers itself the style resource for “women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture”. Aimed at what it calls “discerning ladies”, Bazaar is published monthly.
7. MARIE CLAIRE MAISON
One of the most important references when it comes to news, decorating trends and inspiration ideas for professionals of the Design industry. Furthermore, Marie Claire Maison is written in several languages and distributed around the world.
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8. HOME & GARDENS
As the UK’s first-ever home interest magazine, Homes & Gardens has been shaping British style for 100 years. Their core pillars are inspirational interiors, stylish decorating, beautiful gardens, and fascinating stories.
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