As a means of keeping up to date with the latest interior design innovations, ideas and trends, Twitter is unparalleled. In real-time, and at any time, you can get the latest tips and advice from the best the world of interior design has to offer – all straight from the horse’s mouth. Anyone with a new home design project coming up, or with an interest in style and home decor, is well advised to get onto Twitter and start following the top style gurus, bloggers and writers. The only problem is with so many experts and designers out there, it can be very difficult to know where to start and who to follow. Here is our guide to ten of the best Twitter follows for interior design ideas, and why we like them so much.
The Twitter feed of Interior Design magazine provides news from the top end of the interior design world, with plenty of links to great pictures and articles. Follow on twitter
CEO of UK and US design website Modenus.com, Veronika Miller keeps her feed updated with enthusiastic and cheerful tweets from a life led searching for inspiration. Follow on twitter
This leading UK interior design portal feeds us with an endless supply of links to beautiful images and great articles. Well worth a follow. Follow on twitter
Anyone looking for design ideas and inspiration needs to know about Houzz.com, a massive website which connects homeowners with interior designers, architects and more. Houzz currently has in excess of 57,000 followers, which gives you some idea of its influence in the world of interior design. Follow on twitter
The Twitter feed of this quarterly British magazine provides lots of links to great content and blog articles. Definitely recommended. Follow on twitter
London-based blogger and interior stylist Pippa Jameson uses her feed to provide snapshots of her life and work. She also is a great resource for finding other good Twitter feeds to follow. Follow on twitter
This UK magazine is full of inventive ideas and fascinating designs from the real world, and its Twitter feed is a great starting off point. Follow on twitter
Interior designer and joint editor of the Heart to Home magazine Carole King uses this Twitter feed to keep followers abreast of the latest goings on at her personal blog DearDesigner.co.uk, full of inspirational ideas and design wisdom. Follow on twitter
Sophie Paterson is a London-based interior designer and writer of the book ‘Glamour & Style.’ She tweets lots of photos and Pinterest pins of beautiful designs, giving us regular visual treats. Follow on twitter
Victoria Smith is an editor, stylist and photographer. Her Twitter feed is full of updates from her great blog covering ‘bohemian modern style’. She is interested in emphasising affordable designs and re-purposing, or upcycling, old artefacts. Design based tweets are interspersed with personal messages and observations – another great follow. Follow on twitter
These ten Twitter feeds are just a fraction of the thousands of great design-based tweeters out there. If you have any suggestions for any more great follows for interior design ideas, please let us know. And of course, if you don’t already, don’t forget to follow us @darlingssofas for regular updates on luxury furniture and inspiring ideas about interior design.