We are honored to announce that we top a recent list of 25 interior design blogs.
When it comes to ratings, bloggers love to claim: we’re #1! And that’s where we landed when a list of international blogs was recently compiled by one of our peers. That award came to us this week from Terrys Fabrics Interior Design blog, established in 2008 by a prominent U.K. retailer to give abundant practical advice in support of their products. It’s particularly gratifying coming from an English source because the modern house was invented in Britain and always has been an inspiration (if not a blueprint) for us.
I highly recommend reading all the ratings by writer Helen Green, who explains what makes each blog unique, tells us who is writing and details what she likes about each one. And we’d like to congratulate others in the top five, including Design Sponge, A Life’s Design, Belle Maison, and Decorology. We are also pleased to share this assessment:
“Updated daily, Atticmag provides a variety of interior design ideas for a range of design styles. With a leaning towards traditional and renovated homes, is where their in-depth knowledge of antiques blends old and new to bring innovative ideas which are realistic and achievable for everyone. It’s the ideal blog for providing great bathroom and kitchen inspiration in a magazine style format. We also make Atticmag our number 1 interior design blog because it shares down to earth ideas which are practical and affordable.
The house tours are also inspiring, with categories covering historical homes, as well as celebrity homes and show houses. The authors, Jane and Allison also include insight their own homes which is a brave move on their part! Under their interior design rooms, soft furnishings and colour are highlighted making it so easy to navigate and find specific items of interest and relevance for interior design projects.
Followers who prefer watching videos are also catered for, showing that AtticMag caters for all its reader’s needs. Of course you can always follow them on Twitter and Facebook, as well as having posts delivered straight to your inbox to get your interior design thoughts into 1st gear, ready to kick off your day in a positive frame of mind.
You could spend hours looking at Atticmag’s posts and come away feeling that it was time well spent. AtticMag gives its readers the impetus to redecorate their homes, a sentiment which holds true to our hearts – keep bringing us daily interior design insights please!”
This recognition is a first for our magazine, which is a way for Allison and me to share ideas about design in general, and more specifically in our own homes. A hearty thank you to Helen Green and her colleagues at Terrys Fabrics Interior Design blog for your insight and generosity.