Arianna Trapani is Editor-in-chief for Heart Home. She is an Interior decorator and Stylist with an extreme passion for interiors. Having studied art at a young age and worked for some very well known Interior designers there is no hiding her passion for design. She authors the award-winning blog Arianna Interiors and can be found on Twitter at @Arianna_trapani. Read posts by Arianna Trapani.
Carole King is joint Editor-in-chief of Heart Home magazine. She is a London based Interior Decorator and an Associate Member of the BIID. She started Dear Designer's Blog as a way to document all the things that she finds inspirational and hopefully to inspire others. You can follow her on Twitter @DearDesigners. Read posts by Carole King.
Katie Treggiden writes confessions of a design geek, winner of mydeco's Best Interior Design Blog in Great Britain and has recently published Interviews, a collection of eighteen conversations with designers. You can follow her on Twitter @coadg. Read posts by Katie Treggiden.
Rona Wheeldon is the writer behind the floral-inspired blog, Flowerona. Passionate about flowers, she trained as a florist and worked for Paula Pryke. With a regular column in the UK magazine, Wedding Flowers magazine, she’s always on the look-out for beautiful floral finds. You can follow her on Twitter @flowerona. Read posts by Rona Wheeldon.
Kathryn is a copywriter and communications specialist, with a love of fabric and beautiful interiors. She worked at Hidden Art, which led to her interest in all things craft and design related. She authors the blog Yes I Like That and you can follow her on Twitter @kathrynxyz. Read posts by Kathryn Green.
Laurie founded Bell & Smokey, an online fashion shop to provide women with sophisticated, feminine clothes that make them feel beautiful. You can keep up to date with her musings at bellandsmokey.tumblr.com and follow her on Twitter @bellandsmokey. Read posts by Laurie Prescott.
Lisa has been connected to the outdoors since she was a young child and has wonderful memories of spending time in the garden with her sister and friends. She specialises in helping families turn their gardens in to an extension of their home - a space that can be used and enjoyed all year round. You can read her blog at blog.lisacoxdesigns.co.uk and follow her on Twitter @lisacoxgardens. Read posts by Lisa Cox.
Kate Baxter is a columnist for Heart Home and authors the blog Fabric of my Life. A PR girl by day and interiors stylist in every remaining hour God sends, Kate founded Fabric of my Life as a little corner of cyberspace where she could collect all her design ideas, passions, thoughts and musings into one big magpie's nest. You can follow her on Twitter @fabricofmylife. Read posts by Kate Baxter.
Ana Aguilar-Corney is a columnist for Heart Home and authors the blog Let's Blog Design. Ana founded aguilarinteriors.com after studying at Inchbald School of Design. She lives in Lewes, a town that mirrors her: quirky with a deep history and a sense of fun that doesn't take itself too seriously. You can follow her on Twitter @aguilarinterior. Read posts by Ana Aguilar.
Ellie can usually be found over at Something Nice Today, bringing you ideas for nice stuff to buy, see, wear, make, read or do everyday. You can follow her on Twitter @Something__Nice. Read posts by Ellie Parker.
Freelance Interior stylist, currently part of the homes and craft team at Woman’s Weekly. Her personal style is Miss Havisham meets Austin Powers via a car boot sale. In a good way. She also authors her design blog Stylist's Own. You can follow her on Twitter @JoannaThornhill. Read posts by Joanna Thornhill.
Mary Middleton is a Brighton based Interior Designer and an Associate Member of the BIID. Mary Middleton Design Blog showcases the great design she’s found and experienced along with her love of salvage/vintage/antique fairs. You can follow her on Twitter @peagreen98. Read posts by Mary Middleton.
An interior designer with a passion for light, colour, patterns and textures bringing them all together to make a beautiful space, Kelly wants to share with you her love of light and colour and all parts of helping people bring beauty to their lives. She authors the blog Light Color Design and you can follow her on Twitter @kellyfannon. Read posts by Kelly Fannon.
Emily Blunden is a London-based interiors stylist with over seven years of experience in the styling industry. She regularly contributes to a variety of publications including Grazia, the Guardian Weekend and Homes and Gardens. She authors the blog Atticus and Finch and can be found on Twitter @atticusandfinch. Read posts by Emily Blunden.
Buttercup Days is a food & lifestyle blog that reflects a love for nostalgia, occasion, beautiful things and more. My name is Louise Gorrod and I love nothing more than to cook and feed people (including myself). If I had to label Buttercup Days, I would call it a food blog - it features far too much cake to suggest otherwise. It is, however, so much more than recipes; it's also a personal collection of thoughts, a chronicle of family life and occasions, in which food, so often, just happens to be part of it. Louise lives beside the seaside in East Sussex with her two young children and husband who together run Seen PR . You can follow her on Twitter @ButtercupDays. Read posts by Louise Gorrod.
Stuart Wilson is an Interior Architect and Furniture Designer based in London and authors the blog What Wilson Wants. After graduating 5 years ago, his portfolio covers residential design as well as hospitality and commercial design. Although a trained Interior Architect, he is also an experienced high-end Furiture Designer. You can follow him on Twitter @whatwilsonwants. Read posts by Stuart Wilson.
William Matthews lives in west London and is author of the popular blog theuncommonclient.wordpress.com. Having worked for prestige British brands over the past decade, he has a strong interest in luxury goods and buying to last. You can follow him on Twitter @uncommonclient. Read posts by William Matthews.
Daniel Nelson is the art editor for Heart Home. Having worked in design for the past decade, he started ateliertally.com as a discussion of timeless, modernist product design. Trained as a graphic designer, he also has an avid interest in typography. You can follow him on Twitter @ateliertally. Connect with Daniel on Google+. Read posts by Daniel Nelson.