Given that we’re in the business of home furnishings it wouldn’t be a complete surprise to find out that many of us are interested in the interior design sector too. From our combined years of working in this business, we are well aware that those involved in interior design tend to be very passionate about it and, thus, love talking about it.
So over the years the interior design blogging community has become absolutely massive. Thousands of blogs share their tips and loves with the Internet on a daily basis; whether it’s a stay-at-home mum who appreciates a well-designed room and loves to come up with DIY ideas or a professional interior designer who spends their spare time sharing their expertise with the rest of us.
The problem is that there are soooo many of these blogs, so where do you start? We’ve done the hard work and trawled through a countless number of blogs to come up with our list of the 100 best interior design blogs that you must read if you have any interest in interior design. It was hard to pick just 100 blogs, and, of course, there are plenty more out there that are brilliant too, but these are our favourites and our goal was to make a list that would cover all aspects of interior design. We welcome more suggestions too, so if you have a favourite blog then feel free to pop it in the comments section.
We also realise that nobody can keep up with every single blog on this list, but a good way to sort through the constant content is to add your favourites to a feed reader that will constantly update as new posts are published on these blogs. We recommend using Feedly. You can visit each of the featured blogs by clicking on the blog title above each blog logo. We’ve also included good places to begin on each blog at the bottom of every blog description.
Finally, we have also created a Twitter list that includes every blog on this list (providing they have a Twitter account). Subscribe to the list to see all their tweets.
So, here we go. It’s a long list so be sure to bookmark this if you don’t have time to read it all right now!
This is probably one of our most visited blogs on this list and you’ll see us sharing articles from the site regularly across our social media profiles. It simply has everything you’d ever want to know about homes and interior design, covering every single room in the house to give you design ideas, tips and tricks, and hefty tutorials. One of the best sections is the House Tours they do, which give you a peek inside the homes of people from all over the world.
If may technically be about apartments, but the ideas can be translated into any type of house. So if you only visit one blog on this list you should definitely make it this one.
Where to start? Since we’re largely a bathrooms blog we think that the bathroom category is a brilliant place to begin.
Some of the most interesting interior design blogs to follow are those that largely concentrate on renovating a single home. 702 Park Project began as a way to document the restoration of a 1902 American Foursquare in North Carolina. We’ve been following this one for a while now and it’s been fascinating the amount of care and attention that’s gone into making this a lovely home.
However, it now covers much more than just the author Sarah’s home. It also gives you general tips about the home, posts about Sarah’s life and an excellent section where she conducts interviews with various interior designers.
Where to start? Begin with a look at Sarah’s home in her ‘House Tour‘.
A Beautiful Mess is a blog from two sisters, Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman, which focuses on ‘creating happiness every day through a homemade lifestyle’. This means you get plenty of inspiring home décor projects, but you also get a healthy dose of crafts and recipes too. You also get to read about the lives of the sisters, which is always good as reveals the personalities behind the posts.
It’s been going since 2007 so there’s plenty of content to get your teeth stuck into here, and with multiple updates per day you’ll never be at a loss for something to read.
Where to start? The ‘Home Décor’ section archives every post they’ve crafted about interiors.
Here’s our first British blog on this list and it’s probably one of the most influential interior design blogs in the UK. It was created by interior designer Abigail Ahern who uses the blog to showcase her eclectic taste in interiors that regularly set the trend across our islands and beyond. Even film star Gwyneth Paltrow is a keen promoter of her.
The main page is a smorgasbord of beautiful cover images for a huge variety of articles that you can easily spend an entire day getting lost in. Although we don’t think that would be a day wasted!
Where to start? The ‘House Crush’ section takes a look into the unique interiors of homes around the world.
If you’ve taken a look at our Pinterest boards then you’ll be well aware that we’re big advocates of getting your hands dirty and putting together some of your own DIY projects for use inside the home. Addicted 2 DIY has hundreds of projects that you can give a try, all of which will give your interiors a beautifully unique appearance.
From building your own towel racks, remodelling existing furniture and making over entire rooms – Katie at Addicted 2 DIY is absolutely brimming with new ideas for projects and subsequent blog posts. We just wish that we could be as creative as her!
Where to start? The ‘Printable Plans’ section lets you easily follow along if you want to build one of the featured projects.
Tasha at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body wants to dispel the notion that people can be stereotyped based on what they do as a day job. Just because you spend a good chunk of the day doing something completely different, it doesn’t mean you can’t then go home and let your creative impulses fly. And let them fly she does!
There is a strong focus on sticking to a budget when doing DIY, which is something we can all agree on in this era of tightening the purse strings. Tasha has taken what was a very drab home and turned into something that looks like it could easily be at home in the pages of a glossy interiors magazine. She stresses that anyone can do it, even if you have busy lives with a family to look after and a budget to keep to. From the excellent results, it’s clear that she’s right!
Where to start? Tasha gives a lovely tour around her home in the ‘Tour My Home’ section.
Dwell Beautiful is a blog by Erica, who lives with her husband, two cats and a puppy whilst also nurturing an obsession with all things home and interior design. The tagline is ‘Beautiful Solutions For Everyday Living’ and just one look at the homepage shows that it more than lives up to that motto.
Erica documents her journey to updating her home (Sooter Cottage) and we’re jealous of each and every room. She also puts a strong focus on current trends and has plenty of craft ideas that will give your home that unique touch you’ve been craving. She also takes part in Link Parties (where blogs gather together brilliant posts from around the blogosphere every week), a list of which can be found here.
Where to start? ‘Think and Make Thursday’ gathers together tonnes of great craft ideas from a huge variety of blogs.
Sarah, who runs Little Red Brick House, is from Texas and spends her days homeschooling her children, but she’s also extremely creative and has a huge passion for anything DIY. She wants to inspire her readers into finding their own style and expressing their creativity so they can create a home as stunning as hers.
There’s a healthy dose of craft projects around her blog, and she also takes part in link parties to help spread the love around. If you want some uniquely creative DIY project ideas then this is the blog to follow.
Where to start? The ‘DIY Projects’ page lists all of the projects featured on Little Red Brick House.
Lovely Etc. is another blog that’s chock full of great DIY ideas to really make your interior spaces your own. It has the kind of images that you instantly want to share on Pinterest, hoping that you’ll get along to making what the image shows some day.
Your author, Carrie, wants to help you turn your home into a ‘haven for your family’ and each and every post will get you closer to doing just that. As well as DIY Décor there are tips on decorating, simplifying and repurposing things to ultimately give you a beautiful home.
Where to start? The ‘Simplifying’ section is great for helping you declutter and clean your home.
‘Aspiring to make homes beautiful one day at a time’. This motto really resonates with us as its spot on. When you’re renovating your home you just need to take it one day at a time. Trying to do everything at once is a recipe for disaster, so careful planning is required if you want to make the most of your time and really create a home you can be proud of.
Stacey at Addison Meadows Lane has plenty of ideas that you can tackle one day at a time. Her main focus is on DIY, upcycling and repurposing furniture with beautiful results. It’s fascinating to see the process she goes through when upgrading furniture.
Where to start? The ‘Before and After’ category shows you every step of the process of upgrading furniture and the beautiful results.
This wonderful blog documents the process of remodelling, decorating and the ‘inevitable redecorating’ of a house. As we write this article, Karisa at Petite Modern Life has just bought a new house. So we’re sure you can expect even more budget friendly tips from this DIY enthusiast.
While the blog is American so focuses a lot on American products and prices, you can still adopt many of the styles and tips featured here. The beauty of interior design is that ideas from all over the world can be used in your home, because it’s your unique space and you don’t have to settle for a trend that your country may currently be latched on to. So be sure to give Petite Modern Life a browse to add to your no doubt endless list of ideas.
Where to start? The ‘Home Tours’ section takes a look at both old and new homes, as well as holiday homes and the homes of others.
A biologist by day, DIY’er by night – Emily at Table and Hearth is like some sort of blogging superhero! Table and Hearth gathers together all of Emily’s DIY craft projects, décor tips and a look inside her home, alongside other content.
Each post is accompanied by the type of beautiful images that could fill up a Pinterest board before you can scream “PIN IT!!!”. Plus, if you tire of home content you can always take a look at her fantastic recipes.
Where to start? The ‘DIY Project Gallery’ page features some fantastic ideas.
Houselogie takes us to the mountains of West Virginia to find out what sort of interiors are trendy with the residents there. This is another blog with some brilliant DIY ideas, and it seems like not a week goes by without another incredibly unique DIY project hitting the site, courtesy of Leigh Anne.
Leigh Anne says she’s a ‘terrible photographer’ on her ‘About’ page, but from the beautiful images of her projects that we keep coming back to see we’d have to disagree with her. We don’t think there’s one blog on this list that has terrible images – all of them are fantastic at snapping!
Where to start? Check the sidebar for Houselogie’s most popular DIY projects.
Next up it’s off to just outside Detroit, Michigan where two sisters lived together and decided to set up a blog to document their decorating adventures. Now Jodie, one of the sisters, has bought a home with her fiancé, Matt, and the blog has gone on to document the slow transformation of their 1979 colonial home.
There are loads of projects you can try at Sypsie Designs, from a Boxwood Flower Box to DIY Headboards. Jodie will also allow you into her home as it evolves into a beautiful place to live.
Where to start? The ‘Project Gallery’ has a great collection of Sypsie Designs original projects.
Diy Passion is another blog that comes from a couple simply trying to make a beautiful home to spend their lives in. It’s run by Erin and Dan, who bought a ‘diamond in the rough’ home near the Atlantic Ocean in the USA. Their positive approach to everything they do makes for a very enjoyable read as they take you through the slow transformation of their home.
Expect everything from craft posts to deep dives into the building process of various projects within their home. There are always some great guides on decluttering, cleaning and organising your home.
Where to start? Diy Passion has this covered with a ‘First Time? Start Here’ page.
We’ve pretty much been following Decor8 since the blog was first established in 2006. It was set up to document the interior design studio of the same name that’s run by Holly Becker. Since its humble beginnings it has become a hugely successful brand, with Holly able to make a living off the site (as well as her other work) and has led to the publication of a series of ‘Decorate’ books. In short, if you have any interest in interior design at all then you should definitely be reading this blog (and you probably already are!).
Decor8 covers every room in the home and has inspiration about just about any interior aspect that you can imagine. Each post is accompanied by absolutely gorgeous images that make Decor8 one of the best-looking blogs on this list.
Where to start? It was hard to choose a particular area, but the ‘Decorating Tips’ category is probably our favourite.
The minimalist design of Decorology echoes the minimalist interiors that are featured in many of this blog posts. We love browsing Decorology simply to stare at the interior images that are abundant in every post, and since it covers every room in the home you won’t be lost for inspiration.
Where to start? Here’s a round-up of content featured on Decorology in August 2015.
This beautiful blog really does soak up all the best interiors ideas out there – just like a sponge! It was launched in 2004 by Grace Bonney and has racked up an impressive 1 million readers a day. Such an audience requires content in abundance, so expect Design*Sponge to update multiple times a day with fantastic content.
What does that content cover? DIY, crafts, interiors, food and drink and even travel. There are also loads of ‘101’ DIY guides and fascinating columns about a variety of topics. There’s enough content here to keep you reading for years.
Where to start? This is another tough one as there’s so much good stuff available, but we suggest you begin with a look in the ‘Interiors’ section.
The cheerful design of Dwelling In Happiness makes us happy every time we load it up, and if we lived where author Amanda does then we’d be even happier! Amanda lives in Central Oregon and is surrounded by ‘snowy mountains, crystal blue lakes’ and sunshine all year-round. We’re incredibly jealous, and to top it off she has a gorgeous blog too!
Dwelling In Happiness covers the likes of DIY, interior decorating, organisational tips, free printables and a whole host of other content. Amanda seems like a very friendly woman and responds to all comments, so pop by and say hi!
Where to start? The ‘Project Gallery’ covers all of Amanda’s past projects and other posts.
Freshome doesn’t just cover interiors, it also delves into design and architecture. This means that amongst all the lovely photos of interiors that we can often only dream of attaining you’ll find photos of stunning buildings and homes from around the world. You may have to be rich to own a lot of the featured buildings, but admiring them is totally free!
Freshome is a site that’s pretty much an essential daily visit for anyone even remotely interested in interior design. Their list posts with titles like ’25 Basement Decorating Ideas’ are our favourite part of the site and we always come away with lots of inspiring ideas to try. Again, you can lose an entire day to this site if you’re not careful.
Where to start? This is another site where it’s hard to say, but we’ll go with the ‘Bathroom’ category.
If you thought that junk you were about to throw out couldn’t be used for something else then think again. Funky Junk Interiors is one of the leading voices in the repurposing movement – the act of taking an object and turning it into something useful. For example, old pallets can be transformed into brilliant pieces of furniture with a touch of DIY magic.
Donna, the owner of Funky Junk Interiors, practically started from nothing and furnished a home by using her salvaging skills and crafting new things from the ‘junk’ she found. Just take a look at a few of her projects and we think you’ll agree that she certainly knows her stuff and produces some excellent results.
Where to start? There’s a giant list of Donna’s projects here, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the wealth of content available on this blog.
The keyword with Habitually Chic is ‘glamour’. While the blog isn’t solely focused on interiors it does come from the mind of interior designer Heather Clawson. As such you can get a real taste for her approach to design through the things she loves in life.
Of note are the posts where Heather takes a look at interiors in a range of countries, such as a recent post (at the time of writing) about a mix of contemporary pieces in a Madrid home. She also tends to feature the work of other interior designers regularly.
Where to start? The ‘Interior Design’ tag is chock full of lovely photos.
While Graceful Order contains a good amount of decorating advice – with ideas for seasons and the different rooms in your home – its main focus is on looking after your home by keeping it in an orderly fashion. Maria, the author, says she lives a balanced life where she is “in charge of my home and not the other way around”. We couldn’t agree more Maria!
There’s plenty of advice for cleaning your home, decluttering and just generally keeping it organised even when busy life gets in the way.
Where to start? There’s a handful of good guides to keeping your bathroom clean.
The first thing we loved about this blog is its ‘About Me’ page. If anything shows the author’s personality it’s this brilliant page, which charts the life of author Lauren in the style of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song. Read it and we can pretty much guarantee that you’ll have the theme song stuck in your head for days!
Aside from Will Smith tributes, Bless’er House has a raft of DIY ideas that we’d jump at the chance to have in our homes. Lauren and her husband built the house they now live in so they started with a completely fresh slate. But no matter how old your home is you can easily have a go at these projects yourself and your home will look wonderful as a result.
Where to start? As with a lot of the blogs featured here the ‘Project Gallery’ is a great place to begin.
Virginia Sweet Pea combines delicious home recipes with a healthy dose of home DIY and upcycling projects – plus an incredibly handsome dog! Paula is also a keen exerciser, so you can expect plenty of advice for keeping fit in a domestic world.
This blog shows that improving your home is a constant journey and there’s always something you can work on to keep making it your own personal space. There are some great projects here that we haven’t seen anywhere else, especially when it comes to making over furniture.
Where to start? The ‘Home Projects’ page shows you a grouping of posts about Paula’s upgrades to her home, including a great series on ‘Main Bathroom Renovation’ and ‘Guest Bathroom Renovation’.
Mad About the House is penned by Kate Watson-Smyth, a journalist who mainly writes about interiors and design. As such she’s got a wealth of knowledge about what makes a spectacular interior and her posts frequently include the kind of beautiful images that you can’t help but stare longingly at. The weekly ’10 Beautiful Rooms’ post is our favourite due to the amazing images that Kate discovers.
Kate also offers a unique service called ‘Shop Your Pinterest Board’. You simply send Kate a Pinterest board that you’d like your home to look like and she will tell you where you can buy everything to create that look.
Where to start? ‘The Househunter’ takes a peek inside some spectacular homes from around the UK.
While Love Nordic isn’t just about interiors – it also covers design in general – a large portion of its content covers just that. Specifically this blog loves to collate interiors from the Nordic countries – hence its name!
The minimalist design of the blog allows you to cut through the clutter that can clog up websites and get you straight to the beautiful content. Images are large and bright and make you want to keep stopping to pin it to one of your Pinterest boards.
Where to start? Aside from the labels on each post there are no sections that are split-off. Instead just start on the main page and dive right in!
Little Green Notebook is the blog of Jenny Komenda, a design blogger and decorator from New York City. Her lovely little blog charts the progress that she and her husband, plus their three young daughters, make in renovating their brownstone home.
Aside from posts that show you the latest upgrade in her home, content also includes great ideas for upcycling old pieces of furniture, many of which are bought from flea markets. It’s proof that American interior designers have epic taste!
Where to start? Take a look at Jenny’s portfolio to see her amazing work.
Although Kristi and her family no longer live in the Kootenay mountains, they still have a lovely home surrounded by forest that Kristi is more than happy to welcome us into. They are now focused on renovating this new “fixer-upper” home and we get to follow along as it transforms into a beautiful family home.
Aside from home projects, Kristi also posts a lot of craft tutorials. For example, you can learn how to make an autumn wreath or milk bottle vases.
Where to start? Take a look at the old house tour to get a feel for why the blog began.
We head to New York City for our next featured blog, and it’s another blog with a brilliant ‘About Me’ page. Daniel Kanter started this blog when he was living in a college dorm room in Manhattan. Since then he’s moved from one apartment to another and adopted two dogs along the way. Finally, he bought a ‘fixer-upper’ in Kingston, which is where he resides now and the house his blog documents.
As you’ve probably guessed by the rest of this list – we really love blogs that chart a complete renovation from a home with out of date décor to a modern pad. There are plenty of lengthy posts that talk about each project in detail, and all of them are illustrated with beautiful photographs.
Where to start? If you’ve got time, start way back at the beginning with the Manhattan Apartment category.
If you like your interior design a little off the beaten track then Moon to Moon is the perfect blog for you. Authored by Gabi, it caters to those who have a taste for the ‘bohemian’ and is a brilliantly eclectic mix of some of the most wonderful interiors in the world.
With 6 years’ worth of content, there’s plenty to get stuck into!
Where to start? The bathrooms category – of course!
When you’re tackling ‘fixer upper’ houses you’re probably going to have a few disasters along the way. We’ve often had trouble just putting up some wallpaper! Two Bostonians don’t mind showing what’s gone wrong in their journeys to make beautiful homes, and it’s a pleasure to read about how they overcame each issue as it really encourages us in our own interior journeys
You get a two in one here, so you can peek inside both houses to see how progress is getting on. From the looks of things it seems like they’ve done a brilliant job, so if you’re wondering where to get the best advice then some advice from your average persons (who had no prior experience) who have tackled the job themselves is a great place to go.
Where to start? The ‘Projects’ page shows their favourite projects completed so far.
Cassity runs Remodelaholic and she has the kind of brilliant mind that somehow manages to come up with extremely creative projects on a consistent basis. Cassity’s way of keeping busy is to start even more projects, so you’ve got a healthy dose of content appearing on the blog all the time. There’s also projects created by other people too, so if you’ve got something you want to show off then we’re sure Cassity would love to see it!
According to Cassity it’s all about reusing, recycling, repurposing and remodelling things as much as you can, and it just goes to show that just because it’s old and doesn’t look like much it doesn’t mean that it can’t become something fantastic!
Where to start? Set aside a few hours to get lost in the ‘Our Projects’ page.
Billing itself as ‘the sourcebook for considered living’ Remodelista is full to the brim with fantastic content that you can spend entire days getting lost in. Like Apartment Therapy, the website features multiple sections that cover every room in the room. Delve into the ‘Bathrooms’ category to see such delights as baths in the bedroom and bathroom lighting tips.
As shown by all the blogs on this list, you can find inspiration pretty much anywhere! But Remodelista is one of those sites that just seems to be able to collect it all, so if you’re struggling for ideas then this should definitely be one of your first stops!
Where to start? The ‘Bathroom’ category is our favourite place to browse.
We love all things modern here at Plumbworld, but we also know that taking a look at how they did décor in the past can give you some great inspiration for your own space. Retro Renovation takes this to the extreme by showing you how you can convert your home into the style of a house that’s more suited to post-World War II America.
Vintage is the key word here, and we’ve got to admit that many of the finished makeovers look absolutely fantastic and give us a warm feeling inside. Plus, if you do decide to model one or more of your rooms on a Retro Renovation pick then you can say that your room is highly unique and shuns the often cold and clinical modern world.
Where to start? There’s a category especially for bathrooms.
Sawdust Girl is run by Sandra and takes us on a remodelling journey that’s rife with new ideas for us to try. Her home is a ‘work in progress’ so we can follow along to see Sandra’s skilled hands make a home we’re quite jealous of!
There are multiple projects here that you can try yourself, all of which are clearly explained with plenty of images so that just about anyone can have a go. Plus, there are plenty of free plans you can download that you can easily refer to whilst you work.
Where to start? The ‘Projects and Plans’ page has everything you need.
That’s My Letter is another imaginative DIY blog. It seems like all the best DIY blogs come from mums – and we think they’re definitely super mums! Jaime is definitely in that category, as anyone with three kids like her will know that finding the time to creative can be hard.
Jaime uses her creative time well, creating lovingly handmade crafts and renovating old pieces of furniture that we then get to see in all their glory. There are also some great tips for simply being a mum and finding fun things for the kids to do.
Where to start? The ‘Build’ category is where all the DIY projects call home.
Stacey runs the smartly designed The Design Sheppard and her self-appointed task is to round-up the very best of interior design. As a result, you get posts that highlight stylish new products in everything from bedroom furniture to dazzling lights. It’s a brilliant resource to find out what’s new in home products.
What makes it different from some other interior design blogs is that it’s giving workable ideas for real homes. Too often interior design blogs show us something that’s way out of the price range for the average person, but The Design Sheppard likes to show us things that we could definitely see sitting in our own homes. It also has some great tip articles to help you make the most of your home.
Where to start? There’s a bathroom category.
A UK-based blog, Design Hunter has won awards thanks to its consistent brilliant coverage of trends, stunning interiors, inspiration and more. The design of the blog is plain and simple, but that’s the best way in our opinion as your eye then focuses on the wonderful content and not any of the clutter that dominates a lot of websites.
The interiors section is obviously our focus here and it’s full of beautiful photographs of all sorts of interior trends. Although from looking at many of them it has a large focus on contemporary interiors, so expect to see some cutting-edge trends and designs – perfect if you’re looking for inspiration to bring your interiors into the ultra-modern space.
Where to start? The ‘Interiors’ section is your first stop, and thanks to a single image and title for each post, it’s extremely easy to navigate.
Little Miss Homes is crafted by the talented Laura, an interior designer and property developer from the old streets of London. Laura also has the unique experience of working for a property development business in the Balearic Island for four years, so she’s had first-hand experience of interior trends from outside the UK.
Her blog is a loving tribute to all the things that make interiors such a pleasure to look at. But a number of posts also showcase work done by Laura herself, which really show off her well-honed skills in creating interiors to die for.
Where to start? The ‘Interiors’ category is the best place to begin.
Chromologist means ‘one who translates the meaning of colour’, a definition that The Chromologist more than meets with its beautiful line-up of posts that delve deep into the world of colour in interiors. It’s an inspiring collection that will make you eager to get some paint brushes out and start splashing colour everywhere.
Some of the most popular posts are the list type posts that always explode across social media – as everyone loves a good list! In these posts, you’ll find plenty of practical tips as well as gorgeous examples that do plenty to inspire you.
Where to start? Start in the ‘Bathroom’ archive for a delicious collection of articles.
Homes & Hues comes from the same people who bring you the incredibly addictive collection of everything weird and wonderful, Neatorama. Its aim is to inspire you by featuring thousands of images that usually come in the form of ‘listicles’ (articles made up of lists).
So you’ll take a deep dive into ‘modern castles’ before relaxing into ‘romantic hotel bathtubs’. You’ll also find frequent ‘home hacks’ and featured products that are normally a little different to the kind of thing you see in your local home furnishings store.
Where to start? There’s a category especially for ‘Bathroom Design Ideas’.
My Friend’s House largely follows the process of redecorating a home. Follow along as this wonderful blog shows us the inspiring updates to the owner’s home which are cleverly titled ‘decorating dilemmas’ and ‘real reveals’. A ‘roving reporter’ section also takes a look at other homes and architecture around the world.
All we can say is that the owner has a beautiful home and that we’re very jealous!
Where to start? Start with the ‘decorating dilemmas’ section.
Dear Designer is probably the most uniquely designed blogs of the 100 featured here as it’s laid out in a grid format in a similar vein to Pinterest. It’s run by Carole King, an interior designer and writer who is also behind Heart Home Magazine. She uses her blog as a collection for anything that inspires her, so expect features about hotel interiors, designer portfolios, new products and shopping websites.
You can easily lose half of the day by browsing this brilliant website, and you could part with a lot of money too if the number of wonderful products and interiors on show is anything to go by!
Where to start? Start with a look at Carole’s beautiful portfolio.
Will Taylor’s blog Bright.Bazaar has always been a favourite of ours. It’s always great to look at when we want a splash of colour in our lives as his bold blog design and consistent bright and colourful images always stand out beautifully on our screens. So it’s not wrong to say that Will has a bit of an obsession with colour, and due to that you can get some great advice for when you’re looking for the best colours to add to your room.
Our focus is the ‘Interiors’ section, but there are also sections for ‘Style’, ‘Travel’ and ‘Life’. So expect travel guides alongside posts on new collections.
Where to start? Take a look at the ‘Interiors’ section.
Patchwork Harmony is the blog of Caroline Rowland and is dedicated to delving into interior ideas that don’t cost a fortune, craft project ideas and showcasing independent designers and retailers. It’s another blog with a simple design, but we will always maintain that those are the best kinds of blogs.
Patchwork Harmony also has an associated magazine called 91 Magazine. It looks fantastic on a tablet!
Where to start? Take a look inside Caroline’s home.
Pippa Jameson is an interior stylist that sure seems busy – you may even have seen her work on TV! Previous experience includes being the Deputy Interiors Editor for BBC Good Homes magazine, working as a Style Consultant for the launch of Asda’s George Home and working with Alex Polizzi on The Hotel Inspector. So when you read her blog you can be sure you’re reading the words of someone who really knows their stuff.
The blog heavily concentrates on interior trends and new collections, so if you want to know what’s trendy in the interiors world then Pippa Jameson Interiors is the place to look. Be prepared to part with a lot of cash when you see the kind of things that are featured here!
Where to start? The ‘Trends’ category will get you up to date.
Kimberly Duran is an award winning UK interior designer and uses her blog, Swoon Worthy, to share her obsession with interiors with us. Her taste is self-described as ‘Eclectic Boho Glam’ so expect a lot of interiors you won’t see in the other blogs on this giant list. That’s definitely a good thing, as seeing something wildly different from what you usually go for can inspire you to try something you never even realised could look good
Every room in the home is covered and you can also expect tips, travel, challenges, likes and more. Oh, and you can also look forward to pictures of her cats and dog – which is always a good distraction in our book!
Where to start? Kimberly has a lovely home with her partner Wayne, so be sure to check that out first.
We love the black and grey design of Alex’s blog, The Interior DIY’er. Alex is Irish with a Canadian accent (she grew up near Toronto) and lives in Dublin. She makes her trade as an interior designer, lending her expert eye to approaching trends and letting us see the DIY she does in her own home. Plus, as is becoming popular as we continue our journey down this list, there are many pictures of cats!
We love her humorous writing style too, and every post made us crack a smile.
Where to start? Begin with Alex’s ‘Home Tour’.
Mademoiselle Poirot is a blog that looks like you’re reading the notebook of someone who has a lot of interesting things to say about the world of interiors. Carole Poirot doesn’t just have the same surname of one of the world’s greatest fictional detectives, she’s always pretty damn handy with a camera and takes some incredible photographs of interiors she casts her keen eye over.
She’s an interiors stylist so expect to see plenty of photographs of her incredible work, a lot of which tends to be inspired by vintage styling. If you come to this blog for anything it will be the gorgeous photographs.
Where to start? Take a look at Carole’s ‘Interiors Portfolio’.
Coming out of North London, French For Pineapple is a blog that charts the perpetual ‘redecorating and reinventing’ of a Victorian home. It’s penned by Bianca Hall, a textile designer who has an obsession for all things interiors. Bianca takes a lot of her own photos and you can expect to see plenty of DIY projects that will get your creative juices flowing.
Bianca also has a knack for unearthing some incredible treasures but don’t worry, she’ll always let you know where you can find them yourself.
Where to start? We love this blog post that show the steps Bianca took to transform her kitchen.
We’ll leave the UK for a while and travel to Los Angeles for the blog of Emily Henderson, a home style expert who leads a busy lifestyle from the sound of her bio. She has also hosted various TV show, works as a spokesperson for Target’s Home section and manages to juggle kids. Although she has a team to help with her blog, she does much of the writing herself. It’s a wonder she manages to find the time!
Her blog teaches you how to style the perfect room, showcases new trends and products and gives you an insight into the hectic life of someone who has so many interests. It’s a bit like trying to keep up with all the blogs on this list!
Where to start? Take a look at Emily’s ‘Portfolio’ to see the results of her talent.
Bliss At Home helps you develop your own personal style so you can transform your home into a place you will adore. Kristin, the author, likes to start with classic and traditional foundations as, in her words, they have “stood the test of time”. We couldn’t agree more! There’s a reason why these foundations have been around for so long, and that’s simply because they work well and always will.
The cool thing about Kirstin’s home is that she grew up there, so she has overseen the transformation from the styles of yesteryear into the wonderful choices she makes today. It’s a pleasure to get to peek inside her beautiful home!
Where to start? The ‘Home Tour’ is as good a place as any.
Like anyone who has a taste for something – be it fashion, interiors food and more – the tastes of Shannon Claire in regards to interior styling and grown and evolved over time. Her blog, Burlap and Lace, charts that evolution for all to see, and it’s great to look back to the early posts to see how things have changed.
Shannon follows a ‘chic eclectic’ styling and loves to find things to make her own. There are some marvellous DIY projects on here, such as a ‘Sunburst Mirror Light Fixture’ and ‘Gilded Oyster Shells’.
Where to start? The ‘Décor’ category.
Because It’s Awesome is pretty damn awesome, because it collects together awesome things. Awesome!
It’s a blog by a graphic designer who shares her love for art and interiors and is ‘endlessly inspired by the world’ around her. The task here is to inspire you by showing you images of wonderful interiors and eye-catching art to influence your own choices when it comes to interior design.
Where to start? At the time of writing, we were in love with this home of a Hallmark stylist.
Suzzy Smith is another expert interior designer that also runs a blog. She’s UK based too, so if you’re looking for someone who appreciates your personal style and will give you practical advice based on this then Suzanne Designs is one great option.
Her blog tackles topics such as cutting the clutter, upcycling old furniture and creating a bathroom spa on a budget. It’s full of the practical advice that Suzzy gives out daily as part of her job.
Where to start? Take a look at Suzzy’s portfolio to see her work.
Hannah in the House is the blog of freelance stylist and designer Hannah Trickett. She is heavily influenced by Scandinavian and minimalistic design, seeing great beauty in simplicity. Her blog reflects these design tenets with a beautifully simplistic design.
Thus, Hannah’s blog is great for finding inspiration when you’re looking to go for a more minimalistic look, especially as we always say it’s one of the best looks you can have in a bathroom. It also shares crafts, DIY, a house tour and other gorgeous things related to design.
Where to start? Start with the ‘Interiors’ category.
The Suna Interior Design blog is from the team with the same name at “an award-winning boutique interior design consultancy’ based in London. It’s designed a little differently to other blogs on this list, with a list of post titles on the left-hand side and the content of the selected post appearing on the right.
We love this blog as it’s always up-to-date with the latest and upcoming trends, while also showcasing a lot of great design from interiors to architecture. There is also practical advice you can use, such as ‘how to select a feature mirror’ that you can easily apply to your interiors.
Where to start? Take a look at their ‘Show Homes’ section to see some of their work.
Victoria McGinley gives us a perspective from San Francisco. It’s run by, you guessed it, Victoria McGinley, who helps small businesses establish a presence online. The blog itself is a mixture of different topics and isn’t solely focused on interior design, but it does focus on design in general, inspiring ideas and plenty of food.
Victoria often lets us look into to her home to see her unique way of approaching interior design. She also gives us plenty of actionable tips that can help you get the most out of home life and inspire you into making the changes you’ve always desired.
Where to start? The ‘Design’ category is our regular haunt.
Designtripper is a myriad collection of design examples from around the world. You’ll see inside hotel rooms designed by artists, hostels in the middle of nowhere and even stay a night in a treehouse. It wants to explore those places away from the five-star hotels to give you a real experience of travel and not one where you are simply a tourist.
Each post comes with a series of gorgeous photographs and a good chunk of text to leisurely read your way through on a lazy Sunday morning. It’s the perfect blog to get lost in for a few hours before suddenly realising that you now want to visit every single place you’ve just read about.
Where to start? We first got lost in the places visited in England.
Lauren Liess is a decorator and owner of an interior design studio and textile company based in Great Falls Virginia. Her approach to interior design is to focus on the little details as that’s what makes “a home feel loved” and affects your “quality of life”. For Lauren it’s not about perfection, it’s about “reality and charm”. We couldn’t agree more, as we don’t think perfection exists in the real world.
Lauren gives us posts about the ongoing transformation of her home, the designs she’s worked on in other homes and buildings, mood boards, her family life and more. It’s always a pleasure to see a post by Lauren pop up in our RSS reader.
Where to start? Read an introduction to Lauren on her ‘About’ page.
Amber Interiors is based in Los Angeles and is an interior designer with a growing portfolio of stunning rooms. Amber Lewis, the owner of the company and the blog, has over 10 years’ experience in design and has travelled extensively, allowing her to bring international design influence to the table.
Her blog is a home for everything she loves and finds inspirational in the hope that you will too. It’s packed with large beautiful images that you can spend all day staring at, and the ‘Before & After’ section shows you how different a transformation can make a room look.
Where to start? See great design in action with the ‘Before & After’ category.
Quintessence gathers together a collection of the best in lifestyle. That includes interiors as well as fashion, art, architecture and more. It’s brought to us by Stacey Bewkes who has 17 years’ experience as an art director in New York City before she moved to Connecticut. As such her experience helps her discover the very best in style and substance.
Expect everything from a look inside spectacular homes, book reviews, posts about Stacey’s life and more. There are hundreds of posts to look back on, so make sure you set aside a good chunk of time.
Where to start? At the time of writing, we were loving the ‘Nantucket House Tour’.
La Dolce Vita launched in 2007 and has since become a widely read blog that garners a lot of attention across the interior design blogging world. The founder and editor, Paloma Contreras, launched a successful interior design business as the blog’s popularity grew. La Dolce Vita has become a place that showcases Paloma’s distinct eye for style and one that is described as ‘polished and refined’.
It isn’t a blog just about interiors, but it does have a heavy emphasis on them and you get to see a lot of the work that Paloma does on a daily basis. There are also interviews with other interior designers, articles that dissect the work of others and features about interiors outside of Paloma’s work.
Where to start? The ‘Dissecting the Details’ features provide an inspiring look at the work of other designers.
McGrath II charts the design journey of two interior designers with a passion for making your home your personal space. Suzanne and Lauren have an incredible interior design portfolio to their names, and their blog is pretty great too.
Posts include tours of the authors and others homes, spotlights on design books (they have one too), tips and tricks that just about any homeowner can put into action, spotlights on the work of artists and much more.
Where to start? Begin your journey in the ‘Decorating’ section.
This is the blog of John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon’s interior designer company that’s also known as Madcap Cottage. They are known for their “whimsical use of colour and pattern” and their blog very much reflect that ethos.
Their blog features an eclectic collection of finds that will create interiors influenced by regions and periods from all over the world. The posts tend to be a collection of ‘Before & After’ features, a long series on home renovation and a visit to wonderful showhouses from the minds of John and Jason and others.
Where to start? Take a look at their ‘Portfolio’ to get an idea of their approach to interior design.
Design Chic is a blog that’s run out of North Carolina by a mother and daughter team. They realise that you should be creating a home that is surrounded by things you love so you can express yourself and find meaning in your life. Your space should be authentic; it’s not about how big it is, how much furniture you have and it definitely doesn’t have to be perfect. Those are all things that we can certainly agree with.
You’ll get a look at the work of talented interior designers, riveting house tours and more.
Where to start? At the time of writing, we loved this look at a Laguna Beach house.
Molly & The Princess is a lifestyle and interiors blog that focuses on “simple, but stylish, living”. It covers such delights as art and craft, food and drink, home and garden, travel and leisure and more.
This blog tends to feature a lot of products from companies based in the UK, so it’s ideal for our readership who are looking to add fascinating new pieces to their interiors. Recent posts at the time of writing include tips on ‘Seasonal Interior Styling’ and styling interiors inspired by Mad Men.
Where to start? The ‘Home and Garden’ category is our favourite place to start.
Design Lovers is exactly what it says on the tin – a blog for those who love design! You probably wouldn’t be on this article if you didn’t like design, so this blog is definitely going to be up your street. It’s by Samantha in the UK and Jill in Sydney/San Francisco to share their favourite discoveries across the world of interior design.
Both are interior designers so have a good eye for discovering what’s going to trend so you can easily plan your own interior overhaul. The blog is full of fantastic interiors from all over the world, whether it’s a hotel room or a bar. There’s some zany stuff here and that’s why we love it!
Where to start? Start with the ‘Interior Design Trends’ section.
Postliving is built off the back of 20 years of experience in design. Nick is the author and he uses the blog to share images of what he likes and what inspires him to produce the work he currently does. This means you get images related to interior design but you also get images of architecture, urban culture, good products etc.
It’s not just about images, of course, as Postliving as some excellent written content that accompanies each image post and explains why Nick chose to feature them on his blog. Recent posts have focused on colours alongside product picks and short interviews with other designers.
Where to start? Take a peek at Nick’s ‘Portfolio’.
Cate St Hill is a design and interiors blogger who lives in London, with a day job in architecture and design journalism. While the blog began as a “personal mood board” in the vein of Pinterest, it has now become a collection of “slightly bohemian and slightly minimal home style” and Cate is always on the lookout for “light, bright and happy homes”.
This blog is chock-full of contemporary design examples peppered with posts on Cate’s travels around the world. You’ll also get a peek inside her home too, which we must say is absolutely stunning.
Where to start? The ‘Interiors’ category is the best place to begin.
Gabby controls the Flat 15 blog and she makes no secret of the fact that she’s obsessed with décor. She’s originally from Philadelphia but now lives in London and has brought a “passion for great design, original style and overall happy living” to our merry shores.
You’ll find plenty of inspiring interiors, contemporary art you’ll love to hang on your wall and features with others who are design obsessed. You’ll also see Gabby’s own work in interior design and inspiration from London and around the world. Recent posts include alternatives to fresh flowers and a visit to London’s Borough Market.
Where to start? We began our visit by taking a look at the ‘Décor’ category.
We Love Home comes to us from sunny Brighton. Maxine comes up with wonderful content from a home she shares with her husband, a Maltese puppy called Terry and cat called Buster. By day, she works as an interior stylist for magazines and TV. By night, she produces blog content that we’ve grown to love.
Maxine’s posts are a mixture of product picks, posts about her home renovation and helpful videos that teach you how to make a better home.
Where to start? We love her recent post that selected 5 of her favourite Brighton-based bloggers.
Yasmin Chopin is a well-known and well-respected interior designer based in Cambridge. Yasmin could keep all the wonderful ideas she has to herself, but she’d rather share them with us all via the medium of her blog.
The blog is laid out in a similar way to Pinterest so you can quickly get a snapshot of the latest content. Posts typically highlight Yasmin’s work, her visits to various design events, interior trends, product picks and actionable advice.
Where to start? Visit Yasmin’s ‘About’ page to learn more about her.
One of our favourite blog titles on this list, The Beat That My Heart Skipped is the blog of East London-based journalist Rohini Wah. She also has the job of being a “trend forecaster for the design industries” so you can be assured that she definitely knows her stuff when it comes to great design.
London is home to thousands of great designers and design businesses so there are plenty of things going on around Rohini in which to influence her content choices. There are inspiring homes, ultra-modern trends coupled with lifestyle, food and Rohini’s life in general. Recently she has been on a trip to the USA so there are some great posts about her travels there.
Where to start? We suggest starting in the ‘Interiors and DIY’ section.
We couldn’t agree more with the motto of Nesting Place: “It doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful”. It’s true – nothing is perfect! Although with the right combination of excellent design and carefully curated furniture you can get pretty damn close. Nesting Place was formed because author Myquillyn was tired of waiting for her dream home to come along and decided to embrace what she already had, along with all its imperfections.
Nesting Place is all about encouraging you to decorate and gives the kind of creative ideas that anyone can apply to their personal space. Myquillyn also likes to find old things and make them beautiful, which is basically upcyling. Hopefully, you’ll find your own personal style with the help of following this wonderful blog.
Where to start? Read the introduction to Nesting Place, Myquillyn and her family.
Ems Designblogg is part of Elle Decoration’s Swedish site and is the only blogger on the site who writes in English. It’s actually Sweden’s oldest interior design blog and has been spreading Scandinavian style across the Internet since 2005.
As is the case with the majority of Scandinavian style you can expect minimalistic yet highly functional spaces to be featured on this blog. However, it does venture outside Scandinavian countries to see how these particular styles are catching on elsewhere in the world. The pictures are beautifully inspiring and give us yet another reason to visit the incredibly alluring Scandinavian countries.
Where to start? Take a look at this stylish Japan inspired home in Stockholm.
As we approach the 80th spot on our list it’s time to showcase something a little different. The Selby is a brilliant blog from Todd Selby, a photographer who travels the world to give us an insight into the spaces of creative individuals.
It’s fascinating to look inside the home of a Japanese architect or two families on their farm in New Zealand. The interior of someone’s personal space reflects their personalities, so when you have someone who does a creative job for a living you often find that the space they live and work in is usually creative in design too. At the bottom of each series of photographs, you also get handwritten and hand-drawn answers to questions posed by Todd. The world is an amazing place and these are the people that continually strive to make it even more amazing.
Where to start? Just dive right in!
With only 20 blogs left to visit we’re heading over to San Francisco! Except we’re not, as blog editor Victoria Smith now lives in Los Angeles. Oh well, they’re near each other so that’s good enough. Victoria has an experienced background in the design industry, coupled with an advanced arts degree in interior design.
It’s one of “the west coast’s [of the USA] leading interior design blogs” and features a healthy dose of content that includes fresh designers, wonderful artists, trendsetters, design resources, product picks and much much more. All-in-all it’s a blog that should be up there with blogs to visit on a daily basis.
Where to start? The ‘Inspiring Interiors’ section is our favourite.
Room to Bloom is a little different to the other blogs in this collection as it’s specifically focused towards designing rooms suitable for use with children. It’s run by Ursula, a Dutch interior designer who lives and works in London. She specialises in children’s bedroom design and shares a lot of her work, ideas and inspiration on Room to Bloom.
One of the most charming features that Ursula publishes are highlights of lovely new children’s bedrooms in ‘My Room’. Alongside photographs of the room, she also conducts a short interview with the child so we can find a little bit out about them and a child’s perspective on their new room.
Where to start? Take a look at one of the ‘My Room’ features in question with a look into Livia’s room.
Heart Home began as a monthly digital magazine before becoming a daily blog that focused on interior décor, lifestyle and championed independent designers. These days it also covers food, travel, shopping, hotel reviews, interviews and home tours for a blog that’s full of highly-readable content flavoured with beautiful photographs.
Heart Home believes you don’t have to have a lot of money to create a beautiful home and this is something we’ve always said ourselves. It’s our personalities (and, as Heart Home says, “good old fashioned British eccentricity”) that define our homes. There are plenty of things here to inspire you to create your own personal style.
Where to start? Start with the ‘Interior Design’ category.
Decorenvy is described as “an interiors blog for those who are bored of the high street”. If you’re tired of having the same décor and furniture in your home than your friends then it’s time to go down the unique route and find things that will make your home stand out from the rest. Decorenvy is dedicated to finding things that you can’t find in the big retailers, unearthing hidden gems and obscure brands.
So if you’re looking beyond current trends then this is the blog to do. At the time of writing this recent posts include an origami pot that grows along with your plants and retro travel posters that would look great on your bedroom wall.
Where to start? The ‘Interiors Ideas’ category is a good place to begin.
My Unique Home is a blog from Kiran Singh, an award winning interior designer from Norway but currently based in London. She has 15 years of experience in the industry so definitely knows her stuff when it comes to choosing designs that you’ll love.
The homepage is packed with inspiration that covers various sections. This includes rooms like the bathroom or kitchen, but it also covers practical tips across storage, lighting, colours and more. There’s plenty here to get you started on the road to a beautiful home!
Where to start? We took a long look at the ‘Bathroom’ section.
Our first blog from Yorkshire, Making Spaces is brought to you by Karen Knox, an interior design who “brings top-notch creative ideas to the “real world” masses”. Karen’s entertaining writing style, a minimalistic blog design and plenty of gorgeous photographs makes this a blog we really enjoy.
Karen features a lot of DIY craft projects, home renovation and visits she makes to various places around our beautiful country. One of her recent visits was to one of MADE.com’s showrooms in Leeds. It looks so good that we’re going to have to put it on our list of places to visit!
Where to start? Take a peek at Karen’s beautiful ‘Portfolio’.
Our first Polish blog on this list is available in both Polish and English (you can switch languages at the top of the page). However, author Agatha actually now lives in England and spends her days looking at works at art. But after work she carries on her obsession with interior design and shares what she loves through her blog.
This blog features a look at stylish collections, inspiring interiors around Europe, travel around England and more. Minimalism in blog design seem to be a trend amongst interior bloggers, and there’s good reason for it as Allspice Design looks fantastic.
Where to start? Take a look inside Agatha’s home.
Atelier Tally is another UK blog on our list and it comes from Daniel Nelson, a graphic designer with ten years of experience. The 7-year-old blog discusses “timeless, modernist product design” and design that actually contributes to the world instead of simply being superfluous.
The blog largely focuses on brilliantly designed products and collections we’d all love to have in our homes if only we had all the money in the world.
Where to start? We really enjoy the ‘Living’ category.
Jeska runs Lobster & Swan from the East Sussex coast. She’s a blogger, stylist and photographer who has an obsession with interior styling. This means that we get an excellent blog that’s all about the things Jeska loves, whether that’s decorating ideas and other daily inspirations.
Content includes following Jeska’s room makeovers, arts and crafts, inspiring DIY and, of course, interiors to die for!
Where to start? Take a look at Jeska’s ‘DIY & Tutorials’.
The Happy Interior Blog sets out to make you smile. It wants you to feel happy in your home, and author Igor Josifovic believes that a beautiful and personal home and a healthy lifestyle are key things to leading a happy life. We can’t disagree with that!
The passion really shines through on this blog, and it’s passion that makes people stand up and listen. As a result, it’s become a successful blog, with an award for ‘Best International Blog’ to its name. This award-winning content includes some of the best interiors we’ve ever seen and recently Igor took us on a Danish design tour.
Where to start? Here’s the ‘Interiors’ section.
The Modern House is a company that’s been selling “Britain’s modern architecture since 2005”. They’re not wrong about that, as the homes featured on the blog are some of the finest residences that we’ve ever had the pleasure to stare at longingly.
The homes aren’t just in Britain, they also feature holiday homes in places such as Morocco and houses of the day in places like Portugal. Each post is accompanied with gorgeous images that make us want to leave our own homes behind forever.
Where to start? The ‘House of the Day’ section makes this blog worth going back to every single day.
This is the blog of Jo Hamilton, a well-known and highly respected interior designer here in the UK. Her consultancy has been running for 16 years and has been involved in many prestigious projects, so Jo certainly has the experience to back up her great advice.
One of the regular features is the ‘Colour Fix’ in which Jo selects a colour that inspired her and how we can use it in our own interiors. You also get to follow along with a lot of Jo’s work, which is inspiring for those looking to get into interior design.
Where to start? Take a look at the most recent ‘Colour Fix’ (at the time of writing).
Eye Candy is the name of the game at My Interior Stylist, and there’s so much of it! Zoe Brewer runs it and she’s a styling consultant with a long career in interior styling and TV.
Zoe’s projects are showcased on her blog, letting us see her skills in action. We can also follow Zoe around on her trips to events and some lovely product picks – all with some great advice and images along the way!
Where to start? Zoe has a splendid portfolio.
We think all homes have some beauty in them, no matter how ugly they may initially look. Ok ok, even we will admit that there are some terrible looking homes out there, but there’s always something you can do to beautify them and at least make them a space that’s personal to you and reflects your personality. Amanda bought a ‘fixer upper’ in the first year of her marriage and they’ve been slowly remodelling it to be their perfect family home. She began the blog as a creative outlet after having a son.
Amanada and her husband also have a woodworking hobby that’s covered on the blog alongside their home renovations. You’ll also get some tasty family recipes from time to time.
Where to start? Take a look at the ‘Project Gallery’ to see everything Amanda has created so far.
My Repurposed Life is all about taking old things and making them attractive and useful again. If you’ve ever found something old and battered in an antique shop and yearned to give it a little brush up to place it pride of place in your home then this blog is definitely one for you.
Gail Wilson finds “potential in the most unexpected places” and with her tips you can unleash your imagination and find diamonds in the rough – after a bit of elbow grease! One look at these amazing transformations will convince you to stop thinking of it as ‘junk’ and start thinking of all the things you can do with it.
Where to start? Start with this list of ‘Most Popular Posts’.
On Bliss Street is another interior design blog that follows the renovation of a single home, “1 room, 1 project, 1 dollar at a time”. It shows what you can do when you take your time and stick to a budget. Erica says that all you need is elbow grease and very little money to do the kind of things that her family are doing to their home.
There are so many tutorials here, covering pretty much aspect of home renovation, to easily give you help for something you’ve decided to do in your home. So even if you’re on a low budget, just look to On Bliss Street to give you the motivation you need to get your renovation back on track.
Where to start? If it’s your first time you should start here.
Glamista Home is fairly new compared to many of the other blogs on this list, but it’s already gained quite a following. It’s authored by Dagmara who has a “passion for making things beautiful”. The blog is a lifestyle blog about things that “make your life richer” and “make your place a home”. So it’s not just about interiors, but a good deal of the content definitely is.
Home décor tips include freshening up your bedroom and ‘15 brilliant cleaning and organising tips’ that we could all use. Dagmara also interviews other interior bloggers and updates to various rooms in her home.
Where to start? The ‘Home Décor’ section is the place to be.
Design Milk is an online magazine that’s dedicated to all things modern design. It doesn’t just cover interior design, there’s architecture, art, furniture and décor, technology and fashion. There’s enough content pouring out of the milk jug here that you could spend days reading before you even clicked on any of the other links here.
The ‘Interiors’ section take in designers and collections from around the world, as well as views inside spectacular luxury homes. There are also a number of regular columns that are required reading for us!
Where to start? Spend a few hours in the ‘Interiors’ section.
A Purdy Little House is a Canadian blog from Sue Purdy. Unlike some of the others on this list, Sue isn’t an interior designer by trade. Instead, her passion is fixing up her family home into a beautiful place to live.
Sue shares tips and tricks for doing the same for your own home, such as ideas for upcycling old things, making unique crafts, refreshing rooms and more.
Where to start? We love the ‘Tablescapes’ that Sue does.
Refresh Living is all about ‘refreshing’ things to make them look beautiful. In a similar vein to other blogs on this list it teaches you how to pick up old things that may have been thrown away in the past and make them better so they’ll look fantastic. For example, a dresser may be looking a bit worse for wear but that doesn’t mean you should get rid. Instead, you can make a complete overhaul of it, which is obviously far cheaper than buying brand new!
Aside from upcycling and refinishing, there are plenty of other tips and tricks to help you make the most out of your home.
Where to start? Start with the ‘Refreshing the Home’ section.
We’ve reached our final blog on this list and it definitely deserves just as much attention as every other blog here. Home Stories A to Z is the blog of Beth, who named the blog after her two sons Asher and Zephan. It was launched in January 2008 as a way to share Beth’s family stories of life in a city, but it has since morphed into crafts, design and decorating since Beth discovered the joy of these blogs in January 2009.
Beth believes in “creating beauty out of chaos” which is something we all know can be tough when you have kids to look after. The blog is full of variety, although it mostly concentrates about DIY projects and home improvements made to Beth’s home. There are also link parties, décor trends, decorating tips and more!
Where to start? You can view Beth’s ‘Project Gallery’ to see everything she has accomplished so far.
If you’re new to our blog then we do hope that you’ll return. We may not be as great as many of the blogs on this list, but we do like to think that we’re more than just a website that sells bathroom and kitchen fittings. We’ve worked incredibly hard to become a resourceful blog that you can come to when you need help with doing something in your bathroom or kitchen, to be entertained in posts like this one, to learn something about bathroom history (here’s a list of our extensive bathroom history articles) or simply to be inspired by all the ideas we share here.
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