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Top 3 Interior Design Magazines for Aspiring Designers

By: The Art Institutes Filed under: Interior & Product Design

July 12, 2017

Top 3 Interior Design Magazines for Aspiring Designers
If you’re looking for interior design magazines that can help you gain industry insights—from the latest up-and-coming trends to the most talked about news, we’ve got just the reading list you need. For professional guidance, inspiration and much more, here are three interior design magazines you don’t want to miss.

1. ICON - http://icon.asid.org/ 
Published by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and written by industry experts and thought leaders, ICON is compelling and informative, covering the best of the best interior design ideas, issues, research, and trends. According to ASID, more than 60% of US design firms receive ICON, and this interior design magazine’s content and design have earned ASID numerous national awards. 

2. Interior Design - http://www.interiordesign.net/ 
The Interior Design magazine’s articles have been an essential resource for the interior design community for nearly 80 years, with each monthly issue exploring one-of-a-kind interior projects, innovative product releases, and must-know industry news. Interior Design is published by SANDOW, a media company whose portfolio also includes the consumer home magazine, Luxe Interiors + Design.

3. Contract - http://www.contractdesign.com/ 
Interested in commercial interior design? Check out Contract magazine, one of the only leading interior design magazines with a sole focus on commercial interior projects. Projects featured may include designs for offices, retail, healthcare, education, and hospitality, with in-depth editorial coverage exploring design best practices, industry updates, new product reviews, and stories around leadership and sustainability.

Ready to take the next step in Interior Design?

The interior design programs at The Art Institutes can equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a career designing safe, accessible, sustainable, and, of course, attractive interiors for residential and commercial buildings. Here, you can learn from experienced faculty,* while surrounded by other talented, creative students, all driven by a passion for the field. Take the first step and find a program near you today.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty & instructors.

By: The Art Institutes Filed under: Interior & Product Design

July 12, 2017

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