Fall season (we know that officially the season is Summer…) couldn’t start in the best way for interior design lovers, with two greatest trade shows. First Maison et Objet Paris 2016 now Decorex London. In each of one interior design magazines are crucial media partners and make special press coverage about furniture news and interior design trends for what’s coming next. Home Inspiration Ideas shares with you which magazines you should look up either before or after Decorex 2016.
Bridge for Design
Bridge for Design is the only high end interior design magazine that is directly delivered to accredited interior designers, hotel specifiers and architects in the UK and internationally.
Homes & Gardens
Launched in 1919, Homes & Gardens is Britain’s oldest decorating magazine. Aspirational yet accessible, stylish, sophisticated and indulgent, Homes & Gardens showcases classic design that stands the test of time. Mixing beautiful features illustrating major decorating trends with gorgeous real-life homes, expert advice and practical information makes Homes & Gardens the ultimate source of decorating inspiration for both the discerning consumer and the interior design trade.
House & Garden
House & Garden is the world’s most authoritative and inspirational decorating magazine. Its smart, sophisticated, directional content juxtaposes crisp modernism with classic chic. House & Garden readers are informed and discerning and see House & Garden as an invaluable sourcebook for the best in interior design.
The English home magazine
A celebration of the quintessentially English style of decorating, The English Home magazine showcases beautifully elegant interiors alongside expert tips and buying advice from internationally acclaimed designers. Add to this an appreciation for distinctly British traditions and craftsmanship, plus seasonal entertaining ideas, and the result is a gloriously evocative and engaging read.