Further benefits for members of The Interior Design Showcase
Showhouse for Martin Grant Homes, The Maltings development, West End, Surrey by Andrew Henry Interiors.
Bottle-green velvet sofa, conical tablelamps and botanical prints as part of a design scheme with the style brief of “modern country” with a base of monochrome and colour accents in green and brass.
Having a ready-made audience for your blog articles
You may have started a blog page fully intending to commit every month to writing and uploading articles, inspiring photographs and ideas – but somehow it has proved hard to devote the time to keeping it going. Or perhaps the urge to write strikes you every now and then but you don’t have a suitable platform on which to publish?
Here, you can join an active community and dip in and out as you wish. You can have all the benefits of a blog without the commitment of a regular contribution knowing it will be active and visible even when you are not posting new articles. And as we have several social media platforms we can ensure that your articles are linked to these and that they get even further exposure.
You can write on any subject relating to interior design and the lives of interior designers or just focus on your own areas of interest and sharing expertise.
For example, Jecks Lea is an interior designer with a vegan philosophy, which is still very new in the world of interior design and has written a series of articles giving advice to a broad audience on how to create a vegan home or office. You can see one of Jeck’s articles here.
Bedroom, late Victorian house, Peckham Rye by Cassandra Ellis
Pale stripped floorboards with natural hessians and linens and walls in Farrow & Ball French Grey Pale.
Casa Auxilar & Spa, Catalunya, Spain by Base Interiors
This stone staircase and glass balustrade illustrate the pared-back detailing with emphasis on natural materials with solid, reassuring dimensions for a spa resort in Spain.
Bolstering your social media activity
You may be finding that you would like to do a lot more social media than you actually have time for or that you have not even had the chance to build up your online reach.
The Interior Design Showcase runs multiple social media channels within our network and will post your work and support your own online activities.
All of our social media activity has the objective to drive traffic to the website and raise the profile of the Showcase members’ work.
We are active on the following platforms:-
- Twitter and Pinterest – we run several interior design-related accounts and regularly post and re-post our Members’ work
- Linkedin – we use Linkedin to drive people to blogs or Members’ profiles on the Showcase website
- Instagram – we use Instagram to further showcase interior design projects of our Members