Here are some of the top magazines and e-newsletters filled with tips, insights and guidance to help you decorate your house the way you want.
DOMINO: Domino is the ultimate guide for a stylish life and home. Discover your personal style and create a space you love.
In addition to a quarterly print magazine, Domino publishes daily content on domino.com and a mobile app with the purpose of bringing content, community, and commerce together.
Domino covers the latest in interior design, home tours, DIYs, enter- taining, travel, wellness, wedding, and news – plus it’s shoppable!
Domino curates market and on-trend products inspired by our stories and makes it easy to shop as you consume content. Domino provides a blueprint to design an authentic, high vibrational life.
MY DOMAINE: From homemaker to life curator, the MyDomaine woman does what inspires her, not what she’s told.
MyDomaine is a completely shop-able lifestyle destination with beautiful inspiration for the home, as well as fresh recipes, smart career tips, and insider travel guides that awaken a life well lived.
MINDBODYGREEN: At mindbodygreen, it takes a 360 degree approach to wellness that incorporates mental, physical, spiritual, emotional and environmental well-being – because it believes these pillars of wellness are vital and interconnected. Hence mindbodygreen (one word, not three).
It also believes that wellness is a shared journey, which is why it has a community of voices on mindbodygreen offering unique perspectives to help you cultivate a life of greater meaning, connection, fulfillment and purpose.
On mbg, you’ll find amazing free content, video classes and trainings, and coverage from our award-winning revitalize events.
And after almost 10 years as leaders in wellness, it thinks the time has come to expand the conversation, starting with its new mantra: You. We. All.
This means YOU need to take care of your mind, eat nourishing food, cultivate your spirit, and move your body. By caring for yourself, you can show up to create positive change in the world. But WE are all in this together, and being truly well involves your family, your neighbors and your community. And what might be most critical for all of us, especially now, is to care for the planet we ALL inhabit, help others get access to wellness, connect to purpose, and recognize we are all spiritually connected.
So take inspiration from everything you read, listen and watch on mbg. Start with yourself, then spread to your community, and expand to the world. There are no “right” ways to have a wellness journey; just dive in and start exploring. Ultimately, you know best what works for you and your community.
APARTMENT THERAPY: Apartment Therapy is a home and decor site, designed to inspire anyone to live a more beautiful and happy life at home.
Launched in 2001 by interior designer Maxwell Ryan (nicknamed “the apartment therapist”) as a weekly newsletter for clients, Apartment Therapy officially became a media company in 2004 and has since grown to become a leading source of design inspiration and tips for real people looking for real-life decor solutions through a fascinating look into how people from around the country live at home.
Through a combination of expert advice, shopping guides, and DIY how-to’s, it’s mission is to show how people are making their own homes more beautiful with unstaged and true-to-life tips and photos for range of budgets. Every day it feature a new house tour – submitted directly by its readers showing real imagery (i.e. without professional styling and photography) of homes of all sizes and styles built on budgets big and small, to show the way we live today. Capturing the inspiring ideas and solutions in these one-of-a-kind spaces, along with the people and life that takes place within them, it show how its readers can create their favorite looks in their own homes.
Apartment Therapy reaches an engaged community of more than 20 million across its website, newsletter and social media platforms. Its garnered millions of video views, produced more than 125 pieces of original content every week, and has more than four million followers on social platforms. It also launched Kitchn in 2005, to give you even more inspiration in one of our favorite rooms of the home.
HOUZZ: Houzz started with a house.
When founders Adi and Alon remodeled their home, they started the way those projects often do: with a tall stack of magazines and referrals for home professionals from people they knew. But after those piles of torn out pages failed to make their dream a reality, they felt stuck. There had to be a better way.
So they built Houzz. A place to browse and save beautiful home photos. A place to find the right design and construction professionals. A place to connect with others who have been there too.
Houzz started as a side project but has become a community of more than 40 million homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals.
Whether you are starting a complete kitchen remodel or just looking for the perfect bedside table, the Houzz community of homeowners and professionals is there to help. And when you are ready to start your project, Houzz is the best way to get inspired, discover products and to find and collaborate with the perfect architect, designer or contractor.
YLIVING: YDesign Group is an online-led retailer offering the best in modern and contemporary lighting, furnishings, and decorative plumbing to design driven consumers and trade professionals.
YLighting, its flagship brand that launched in 2001, is the leading modern lighting retailer in the US and offers more than 10,000 designs from top international brands. It launched
YLiving in 2009 to provide customers access to exceptional modern furniture and accessories. In 2014, it expanded into the decorative plumbing category.
YDesign Group inspires customers to confidently fulfill their interior design visions by providing them an incomparable experience: a combination of products, advice, inspiration, site design and services that no competitor can match.