The Design Files is Australia’s most popular digital design publication, edited by Lucy Feagins. The site started as a simple blog in early 2008, back when Lucy was working a a set dresser in the film industry and an interiors stylist.
Here are answers to some of our frequently asked questions. For anything else, contact us!
Thank you for interest in advertising with The Design Files. Please visit our advertising page for details, then contact our partnerships team at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a media kit with options and rates. We’ll get back to you ASAP!
Yes, we do! For submission guidelines regarding home tours, interviews, products, and creative businesses/individuals doing amazing things, please head to our contact page for details. We’d love to hear from you!
We regularly publish completed residential architecture, interiors, and gardens projects from Australia and New Zealand. Email email@example.com with a project description and the professional photography and we’ll get back to you if we’re keen to publish!
Profiling Australian creatives is at the heart of what we do. Please send us an email to introduce yourself — you may be a great fit for a Studio Visit.
We’re a really tiny office, and don’t have the resources to offer internships at the moment. Sorry!
The Design Files’ original content and photos are copyright protected. Please email us before reposting our content on other publications, websites, or Instagram. You may share our images on Pinterest using the credit ‘via thedesignfiles.net’ and including a photographer credit if available.
Generating original photography for this website is a really huge investment,and for this reason we are quite careful about where our imagery ends up! We often allow independent creatives and small business owners to use our photographs on their personal websites, but this is assessed on a case by case basis.
We don’t usually allow our photos to be published in other publications (either online or in print) without remuneration.Please email us with your photo usage request, and we’ll do our best to assist.