10 Little-Known Magazines You Need to Know for Decorating and Lifestyle Inspiration
Reading magazines will never get old for me. Whether they are digital or physical, I love magazines. I’m always on the hunt to find magazines that are producing fresh content. Here are my favorite little-known magazines for decorating and lifestyle inspiration:
I’ve seen Kinfolk many times around the blogosphere and on the cool kids' Instagram flat lays, but I didn’t purchase an issue until recently. Now I’m wondering why I took so long. It’s so good. Get the latest issue here.
This magazine hails from the UK. I purchased an issue after seeing it on my Instagram feed and falling in love with the cover.
Rue Mag is a well known digital magazine as well as a daily website. It mainly focuses on decorating, home tours, creative entrepreneurs, and entertaining. I really love that their content focuses on real people and isn’t too celeb-focused. Their magazine layout is super clean and modern. I always find that I am discovering new-to-me talent via Rue.
I discovered this Canadian interior design magazine on Christine Dovey's blog. I fell in love after seeing this kitchen in one of their issues. You can subscribe here or purchase individual issues here.
I'm sad see this magazine isn't digital anymore, but I'm happy to see that they have grown to a printed publication. Adore magazine is one of my favorite magazines. Founded in Australia, this magazine is so fresh. The home tours are gorgeous and the content is refreshing. You can subscribe here. I'm sure if you do a google search, you could find their old digital issues.
Another Australian interior design and home decor magazine. The print subscription is pricey. The digital subscription is your best bet. This magazine is a hybrid of Elle Decor and Architectural Digest.
Australians are killing the interior design magazine game. This is another gem that I absolutely love. They describe their magazine as "global living with an Australian twist" which is completely accurate. Oh and it is free. Yes. Free.
Minty isn't your typical lifestyle and interiors magazine. It's solely focused on babies and kids! I discovered Minty not too long ago and I love it. I'm not a mom, but I can appreciate this magazine. Kid interiors?! Yes, please! Oh and this is another Australian magazine that is completely free.
I haven't gotten my hands on this magazine yet, but once I do something tells me I wont be disappointed. What really stood out to me about this magazine was their mission.
I can't wait for the first issue of Hannah Magazine. Their Kickstarter campaign was fully funded and the magazine should be available in the Fall. It will be a hardcover bi-annual lifestyle magazine for black women. See the Kickstarter campaign to learn more about the magazine.