Books and more:
- All interior design resources
- Bathroom design
- Design marketing/management
- Colour matching
- Design drawing
- Ecological design
- Exhibition design
- Hotel design
- Historical aspects of design
- Interior architecture
- Kitchen design
- Office design
- Retail design
- Restaurant design
- Source books
For more use the Library online catalogue or ask a member of staff.
The following magazines are available from the Library; their back issues may be borrowed for up to a week:
Elle Decoration (website) | (Library catalogue)
Selvedge (website) | (Library catalogue)
Wallpaper (website) | (Library catalogue)
World Of Interiors (website) | (Library catalogue)
AHF – Creating your perfect home require can a lot of thought. Luckily, there are plenty of resources online to help you on your way. Even luckier for you, we’ve collected some of the best out there and put them into one convenient list.
British Institute of Interior Design – The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) is a professional organisation, supporting good design and professional competence for UK interior designers. Its membership of interior designers represents both the commercial and residential sectors, from heritage to cutting edge.
The Telegraph – This list of 50 interiors sites consists of a healthy chunk of the “interiorati”. Stick to these gurus, and your next design move is all but guaranteed to be more stylish, cheaper and less work.
We recommend visiting these websites:
Google Scholar – allows you to search peer-reviewed journal articles in your subject
Google Books – allows you to search their online book collection and read available chapters.
Referencing guide and bookable referencing sessions with library staff.