With the folding of several popular home magazines over the past few years such as Domino and Metropolitan Home, a gap was left in the market that is slowly being filled with a whole host of new online home magazines. As usual, Interior Design Magazines has prepared a list with 9 best online home decor magazines to read especially for our readers. Take a look!
The first of its kind and the hands down pick for favorite. Lonny Magazine picks up where the popular Domino left off. Started by two former Domino staffers, it possesses the same accessible, eclectic style, easily mixing modern and traditional elements in a fresh, unstuffy way.
Est Magazine is an Australian magazine that’s quickly becoming a favorite of mine, featuring a contemporary global design with a laid-back sensibility.
Sometimes described as Lonny’s younger hipster sister, Rue Magazine was started by design bloggers Crystal Gentillo and Toronto native Anne Sage and features hip interiors and entertaining stories with a bit of quirky appeal.
Pure Green Magazine is a Montreal-based that features ideas and inspiration on eco-friendly style and design. Featuring sustainable small businesses and green products from across the globe, it aims to prove that living green does not mean sacrificing style.
Based on the wildly popular blog by food and prop stylist Paul, Sweet Paul Magazine is full of delicious and crafty ideas. A must-read for holiday entertaining inspiration.
Adore Home Magazine is another Australian gem featuring fun, fresh interior, and entertaining ideas. A real treat for those unafraid of living with color.
Founded by Canadian style maven Kimberly Seldon, Dabble Magazine inspiring design, food and travel from across the globe.
Dubbed as “a field guide to a charmed life”, Matchbook Magazine is a celebration of modern preppy style.
Covet Garden Magazine is a Toronto-based title that features the inspiring homes of creative types that have not been decorated or styled by designers. With the aim of being “inspirational as opposed to aspirational,” it showcases real-life, achievable style.