Design Institute of San Diego has compiled a list of the top interior design resources (the most influential professional resources) to follow on social media platforms. Our school of interior design’s qualified staff researched which professionals, blog sites, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest pages are receiving the most heat with followers. The most popular resources are also among the most inspirational sites for interior design students and professionals working in the field.
If you read our previous blog post on the Top Holiday Gifts for Interior Designers, Architects, and Creative Individuals you know that Dwell Magazine made the top of our list. This creative magazine features everything from smart new architecture to interior design. Check out their Twitter page which has almost 500,000 followers.
Zaha Hadid is one of the most wild and inspirational architects practicing today, exploring the vast world of creativity. Her work is dynamic and continues to motivate young interior designers and architects to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Be one of the 430,000 followers on her Facebook page and stay updated as she proves to the world that there are no limits when it comes to architecture, interior design, and product design.
The Cool Hunter
The Cool Hunter’s Instagram page has over 328,000 followers. The page has some of the most dynamic product and interior design ideas on the market today, as well as an assortment of other categories from travel to music and events.
Design Milk has an extensive Pinterest page with 183,000 followers. Their thousands of pins range from interior design to contemporary product design.
HOK architects and interior designers are pushing the envelope in the design world, producing some of the most incredible sustainable solutions today. Follow the firm on Twitter along with 23,000 others and read what they are up to every step of the way.
Jeffrey Alan Marks
Design Institute of San Diego is always following our alumni. Jeffrey Alan Marks has risen to the top in the interior design industry while inspiring students with his work. Not only has he written his own book, he has also become the star of a recent Bravo TV series. Catch him on Twitter with 12,000 followers and see what he’s up to next.
Design Institute of San Diego strives to provide its blog members with the latest interior design ideas, solutions, and current information. All of the above resources illustrate a professional and creative approach toward design and prove their popularity in the most current social media outlets of today.