Best New Interior Design Webzines of 2010

Roundup

Though we've been missing some of our favorite print publications this year, we have really enjoyed all the magazine-format upstarts debuting on the web.1. Ivy & Piper
The brainchild of two talented designers, this webzine has a decidedly glammy point-of-view, taking interiors inspiration from travel and fashion.

2. Adore Home
This Australian home and lifestyle book was created by designer Loni Parker to explore market trends down under and throughout the world.

3. 1 By Fryd
A bright white Scandinavian vibe washes over each of the wonderfully simple inspiration shots.

4. Laura Day Living
This webazine functions as a portfolio for the designer and is organized by metaphorical room.

5. Nesting Newbies
The goal in this food-rich magazine is to inspire comfortable lifestyles for real people with real flaws and constraints.

6. Glo
Created in partnership with MSN, Berman Braun, and Hachette Filipacchi, there are design, fashion, and general lifestyle features in this booklet.

7. Rue
If you want a wide-ranging interior design read, this one covers homes, entertaining, and much more.

8. Z2: At Your Leisure
Available both online and in print, this title is heaviest on graphics, layout design, and fashion.

9. Standard
Rather than pointing out each time a featured product is particularly green, you can safely assume that anything featured in this publication has environmental sensitivity built-in.

10. Anthology
Either online or on the page, editors strive to unfold design stories within the context of personal narrative.

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