We get hundreds of emails every week, asking if we accept Guest Posts!
The short answer is yes, as long as it follows the following guidelines:-
If the post is to contain a link and/or is being written on behalf of a brand, then placement of guest features by third parties on the website is subject to editorial approval, the guidelines below, and a fee of £180 if accepted.
Please also refer to our media pack as sponsored posts written by us are the most successful and best received by our audience (together with related packages for partnerships including social media, newsletter and advertising options).
GUEST POSTS ON FILM AND FURNITURE
We’ve spent a long time building a worldwide audience who trust our expertise and authenticity.
We accept guest posts if the subject matter and content is relevant to our website – i.e. About interior design, production design, set décor and furniture in film, movies and TV series.
We also often run ‘get the look’ pieces and articles about general interiors inspiration from film.
We are creative with our content and can advise on a topic to suit your brand.
We only publish authentic, well written and original content.
All content must be original and any research, opinions or quotes from other sources must be cited and acknowledged.
Please ensure you include a source/credit/link if you’re quoting someone else.
We do not publish any articles that may contain words which have been plagiarised from others.
Tone of voice
should fit with our brand: Authoritative whilst also upbeat and friendly.
Number of words
We are not strict on number of words but somewhere between 600-1500 works well.
According to our site stats, both short and longer in-depth pieces are equally well read so feel free to wax lyrical or be short and sharp – whatever suits your subject best.
Please send text as an email or a Word doc.
Please send good quality images to accompany your article.
Images must be sent with sources, credits or relevant permissions.
Format: Jpeg images, RGB, 72dpi files. With all product, furniture images or film stills, the bigger the file size the better – especially for the lead image which sits large (830 pixels wide) at the top of the story. All other article images can be smaller (no smaller than 400-500 pixels wide).
Sourcing the furniture/decor
An important part of every story on Film and Furniture is to direct people where to buy/find the actual or similar pieces seen in the film, so let us know if you know (or we can do a bit of research if necessary to help you).
In some cases it might be more relevant to do a “get the look” type piece.
Let us know if you have a preferred title for your piece.
We may adjust it, if we feel it will attract more readers
A social media ‘share’ will only show a certain number of the first few words so mention the film and crux of the article.
Biog and head shot
Please send us a sentence or two about who you are, where you’re from, what you do and head shot for our “About the Author” description, plus any website links.