Love design or need somewhere to get a little design inspiration, well check out our list of 10 design blogs and websites.


1. Atelier Tally |

Atelier Tally is a UK design and style blog with a focus on product and graphic design, exploring design that is made to last.


2. Confessions of a Design Geek |

Confessions of a Design Geek is an award-winning blog established in 2010 by Katie Treggiden to discover, champion and inspire new designers. It has been named as a top design blog by Dwell US, Elle Decor Italia and The Sunday Times. Katie also writes for Dezeen, Design Milk, Telegraph and Ideal Home.


3. Wallpaper Mag |

Since 1996, Wallpaper* has set the design agenda by constantly pushing into new creative territories and ensuring that its coverage of everything from architecture to motoring, fashion to travel, interiors to jewellery remains unrivalled.


4. Designboom Magazine |

Founded in 1999, designboom is the world’s first and most popular digital architecture and design magazine.


5. Creative Boom |

Creative Boom is an independent online magazine, offering inspiration and ideas for creatives worldwide. Established in 2009, the site is headed up by its founder Katy Cowan who also runs a PR and digital marketing agency in Manchester called Boomerang.


6. Design Milk |

An online magazine dedicated to modern design, Design Milk offers what’s new in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and decor, fashion and technology. Always fresh + never sour, Design Milk fills your thirsty cup to the brim with design finds from around the world. Drink up!


7. It’s Nice That |

Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That is a publishing platform that encompasses several different online, print and events offerings as part of its mission of championing creativity across the art and design world.


8. Deezeen |

Dezeen is one of the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design magazines, and the winner of numerous awards for journalism and publishing.


9. We-heart |

We Heart explores the intersections between arts and culture, and lifestyle, living and travel.


10. Wired |

Wired reports primarily on the effects of science and technology. It covers a broad range of topics including design, architecture, culture, the economy, politics and philosophy with stories, people and ideas that are changing our day-to-day world. 



*Article photo by Aleksi Tappura