Having complied my ‘top ten ladies who tweet’ I thought it only fair, well truth be told I was asked “Where’s the one for us men”… so here it is.
Gentlemen who twitter… my top 10. Each of these lovely gentlemen I either know personally or professionally, whose tweets are educational, inspiring and darn right funny!
Henry Pryor's aim is to produce informed & original comment that inspires, educates, irritates or amuses. Why? Because it's not just bird-brains who Tweet! @HenryPryor
Nigel Lewis, a journalist & editor, he tweets about unusual articles & other links from the world of property, giving his off-beat thoughts on the housing market. @property_whore
Igor Josifovic uses Twitter to network with other interior design professionals and to share interior design content he curates on his designer scoop.it page. @IgorJosif
Andrew Dunning, founder of APD Interiors, uses Twitter to share tips & advice on interior design & products for your home. Also the UK Ambassador of #IntDesignerChat. @andrewdunning
Mark Johnson FAIA is an architect in pursuit of innovation and 'bridge building' between the design industry and building product makers. @MarkJohnsonFAIA
Lewis Malka, owner of Joseph Sterling Bespoke Jewellery keeps in touch with clients tweeting his progress in making a piece of diamond jewellery in his workshop. @LewisMalka
Graham Norwood tweets to keep in contact while working from home, gathers material for stories from property experts, and to promote his blog. All a bit of fun! @PropertyJourn
Jason enjoys the fun of twitter and interacting with people. A great way to 'study' people virtually, and even better when you get to meet them… @GiraffeBanners
Andrew Smith waxes lyrical about interiors, architecture and CAD. Plus a generous helping of banter thrown in for good measure. @Chapter7Design
Will Taylor, a Londoner with a serious addiction to colour tweeting about interiors, styling and some fun odds and ends in between. @Will_UK
Inspired by the Stylist.co.uk online article.
Who do you love to follow on Twitter?