10 Best Digital Deco Magazines

Launched in October 2009, Lonny is a bimonthly online magazine that focuses on lifestyle. Founded by designer Michelle Adams and photographer Patrick Cline, Lonny highlights extraordinary interiors, innovative bloggers, and the latest market finds. Lonny has been featured in Vanity FairThe New York Times, and blogs worldwide. The name comes from London and NY, and we love them not only for combining two of our favourites cities in the world but also because they make design choices that lead to personal happiness. They value individual style and independent thinking by opening the doors to accessible design and connect the readers to their favorite products and resources at the click of a mouse.

Editor in chief, Crystal Gentilello and Anne Sage, executive director believe that ‘great taste comes in many forms: the fringe of a carpet, the pull of a drawer, the lines of a sofa, the curve of a smile’. Rue is one of the most successful digital magazines focusing on home entertaining and interior design. The core value of the magazine is their community. By paying close attention to the feedback set from readers, they engage in online design conversations via their blog, Facebook and Twitter. In addition to the magazine itself, the platform also provides click through links to shopping sites, behind the scenes videos from shoots, playlists to go along with the entertaining features, and printable stationery that can be download. Rue is an “experience” beyond just a magazine.

Adore Home magazine, is Australia’s first exclusively online only home and lifestyle magazine. Founded and created by designer Loni Parker, Adore Home invites you into inspirational homes, looks at the latest products on the market and whisks you away to gorgeous holiday destinations. Adore Home brings us beautiful homes from across the globe, tips and design advice from interior experts, as well as easy online access to the latest home treasures.

Started in 2009 by UK based Jade Cooper-Collins and Amy Power, Cellardoor is an online, quarterly magazine for young, stylish and confident women. It offers a variety of subjects from decor, art, culture and music to fashion and beauty. Cellardoor has a feminine but edgy quirkiness that will make you want to keep flicking through, discovering new talent, hidden treasures and classic gems!

Interiors is an international design magazine, featurimg exclusive offerings from the world of art, interior design, culinary and travel. It covers features from indelible and inspired spaces and offers a completely different perspective compared to other home magazines. It’s an observation on the world of design offering an engaging variety of contemporary styles and an interesting slate of locations.

Being an interior designer or just a deco lover, with Trad Home digital edition you’re given access to the best auctions and trade shows. Granted sneak peeks at the latest furnishings and fabrics. And, most important, you have the advantage of a discerning design eye-the ability to walk into a house and see past its glaring design flaws to the potential beyond.

The designers behind Ivy and Piper, Melanie Parker and Elizabeth Raptis, strive to inspire their clients to embrace a bold sense of style. But they don’t want you to just take their word for it – every two months we publish a lookbook of beautiful interiors from around the world to inspire and encourage you to create the home of your dreams.

High Gloss magazine is glamorous, modern, and chic, loves high style, but can’t resist a good sale. Through its pages you can travel to a world of living a fabulous life with grace and style. For those who appreciates great design in all forms and embraces change but loves old favorites. High Gloss is all about the mix: high mixed with low, bold mixed with neutral, modern with classic, masculine with feminine.

Launched in January 2011, Matchbook is an online lifestyle publication celebrating classic style. The monthly issues cover past and present fashion,decor, the arts, travel and culture. Brimming with intriguing interviews, stately homes, captivating memories and fashion spreads, Matchbook seeks to inspire women around the globe to design a life they adore.

Sweet Paul digital magazine is based on Paul Lowe’s wildly successful blog Sweet Paul, which ranked 22nd in the London Time’s Top 50 Best Design Blogs. With over 100,000 hits a month Sweet Paul has become a regular read for editors, stylists and foodies all over the world. Paul’s motto is “chasing the sweet things in life” and the magazine sure lives up to that.

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