The 7 blogs we're following

The 7 blogs we're following

When we're looking for inspiration, we look to some of the very best design blogs from Australia and Italy.

Here, we let you in on our 7 favourites, so you can enjoy them too!

1. Design Hunter

Design Hunter describes itself as an architecture and interior design blog featuring homes designed with warmth, texture, sustainability and beauty.

Visit their Landscapes category to see some truly stunning outdoor areas.

2. Abitare

An international design magazine based in Italy, they cover “the evolution of our ways of life and how we inhabit places.”

They also recently featured our Med Twist in their article Interacting with Nature.

3. Est Living

Est Living offers only the chicest design inspiration from homes around the world.

Subscribe for regular updates and their digital magazine for consistent quality inspiration.

4. Felton

NSW luxury home builders Felton Constructions run their blog off their website and are regularly updating it with design and construction tips for luxury homes.

We particularly enjoyed their recent article on outdoor rooms.

5. Area

Area is another Italian favourite of ours for architecture and design, including our very own, Med Twist.

Before you start planning your next trip, be sure to check out their itineraries. These offer a summary of must-see locations in world cities like Seoul, Amsterdam and New York.

6. DA Platform (Design Addicts)

DA Platform have a team of contributors working in fields as varied as commercial fitout design and residential architecture to textile design and lighting.

With such a large and international team, articles come from rural Australia, Portugal, Cuba and beyond. This is a truly a global catalogue of design inspiration.

7. The Design Files 

TDF is a popular Australian blog covering homes, people, shopping, art, food and gardens. They also go behind-the-scenes with Australian creatives in their TDF Films series.

This is the one for when you are entirely stuck and need to simply feel inspired by creativity.

Happy reading!

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