See what other blogs say about us — with our thanks to all for the kind words!
Who are the women behind Atticmag? Our blogger friend, Kat at Low Tide High Style, wrote a wonderful feature on Atticmag editor Jane F. Click on About Us to read more about Jane F. and the team.
Atticmag’s Shopping Editor, Allison [left] graciously opened up her lovely home for our readers with a three-part tour of the house she shares with her husband and a menagerie of adorable pets. An interview with her also appears on architect Jack Arnold’s blog and The Green Plum blog wrote about Allison too!
Excuse us but can we brag? Atticmag has been named Top I.D. Blog! We’re proud and amazed to have been ranked #1 in a survey of 25 interior design blogs conducted by Helen Green of Terry’s Fabrics Interior Design blog. The quality of the list – Design Sponge, A Life’s Design, Belle Maison, and Decorology were ranked nos. 2-5 — makes us incredibly grateful for this consideration. And naturally, we’ve trumpeted it in our Atticmag is Top Blog post. And we send congrats to our fellow honorees!
The Perfect Pantry is another blog that loves Allison’s beautiful home. It’s not hard to guess that Allison’s pantry was thoroughly explored in their feature called Other People’s Pantries #179.
HGTV’s Design Happens blog featured inspiration photos from Jane T’s Staging Vintage Collections post.
“Atticmag shared a favorite bed – iron frame canopy beds! I love ALL canopy beds, so I just had to feature this.” – Jessica from A Few of My Favorite Things blog.
Christy Marshall, Editor of St. Louis Magazine’s AT HOME included Atticmag as one of her favorite blogs because: “In my idle moments (which are far, far too rare), one of my favorite pastimes is surfing blogs on home interiors.”
We are pleased to partner with the design portal Archi Expo and be included on their list of useful architectural and design sites.
“Atticmag…It’s filling a good part of the dominomag.com hole for me. Atticmag is also chock-full of great renovation advice, and marketplace resources.” –Becky at Hatch, the Design Public blog
Design Blogger Profile: Jane Freiman of the great blog Atticmag. “Featuring a wealth of home design and décor advice, Atticmag focuses on bringing simple, smart ideas to you in a clean and fresh format…We asked Jane a few questions about her blog.” Read the full interview with editor Jane F., on the Swank Lighting blog.
At Design Milk “Friday Five” is a weekly column in which we ask a designer, artist, or shop owner to tell us their five favorite things, often on a theme.” See Attticmag Deputy Editor Jane Tulanian’s Five Favs on Design Milk.
Jane T. was the lucky winner of a custom Fifi Flowers painting. Our blog-pal and artist, Fifi set up Jane for a virtual evening in Paris with handsome French actor Olivier Martinez.
“WINKS – weekend links. Things we’ve found and things we think you’ll want to see.” “Atticmag… a great…online magazine/blog. Pop over and ravage their archives if you’re not already one of their readers. I love it when I find new sites. Happy hours clicking through eye candy. Thanks Jane!!” –Jo, from Desire to Inspire
“You have no idea how much I relied on Atticmag for inspiration pictures for our kitchen remodel. I had it bookmarked and went back to it a million and one times to look at white and black and white kitchens to help me nail down the things I loved and didn’t love about certain kitchens. It was a valuable resource for me!” –Kat at Low Tide High Style
“I’m loving…online magazine, Atticmag. This is a go-to resource for scores of furniture, antiques, and art. Founder and publisher Jane Freiman…Editor Jane Tulanian and “Queen of Shopping” Allison Arnett post all the design news and latest finds. Seemingly just for me, they’ve created an entire category of gray kitchens. (Yes, j’adore the french-gray islands and I have uncontrollable cucina lust for the Saladino kitchen!) If you’re renovating or decorating or simply window shopping, you need to peruse Atticmag.” –Susie Q. at eye spy
“Atticmag is…full of fantastic articles, shopping sources and design tips and is a great place for those who share a passion for architecture, home design, collectibles, auctions and antiques. I urge you to check out this great website for some inspiration!” –Julie at belle maison