About Home & Decorating Magazine
Home & Decorating magazine is an online architecture and interior design magazine providing answers for those searching for information about planning, designing, and building a house, along with interior design, decorating, furnishing, and living.
Sailfin Magazines started life publishing newlyweds-uk / nwd wedding magazine in association with the Church of England, and the magazine came to be one of the most popular wedding magazine destinations in the UK.
We expanded from there to publish Family & Parenting, Traveller & Tourist and Home & Decorating, and eventually to close the wedding magazine. We look to have panels of experts, real tradespeople, on hand to answer any of your home and decorating questions, and we continue to ensure our focus is not just on the products themself, but also on architecture, interior design, and taking you through into creating homes. We don’t stop at the furniture purchase!
Because we have no print subscription magazine, our site is funded through advertising. Advertising can take the form of display advertising (banners etc), paid-for content/editorial placement (advertorials, promotional articles etc. which are all clearly labelled as such), and affiliate links (for which we earn a commission or payment based on the advertiser’s converted sales). Home & Decorating is committed to being open and honest with you.
We want you to join in with us in celebrating everything to do with your home. We want you to write articles and posts for us, we want to see your design ideas boards, and we want to see your project photos. So please contact us via the contact form on this website and let’s get writing together.
PR companies and home product and service suppliers, you too are welcome to write for us. All we ask is that you write good copy, that it is interesting and informative and that it is not just a sales pitch. The community who read h&d are savvy enough to know when you are just trying to sell something to them, and smart enough to be able to come to you for more information about your business if they like what you say.
Good luck with your projects, large and small, we hope everything goes well and we wish you all the very best for your home.
James Cole – Group Editor