Our House: 15 Interior Design Blogs We Love
We pretty much drool over these fifteen interior design blogs on a weekly basis. Whether you’re seeking handy DIY tips, swoon-worthy pictures or want to stay on top of industry news — we’ve got you covered!
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Tiffany Brooks is an interior designer and HGTV personality. Known for her intrepid style, and transparent design fee method she offers a ton of DIY alternatives to expensive home changes and keeps her readers on top of the latest trends.
“My mission is to create stunning living environments that encompass your individual needs. Armed with my passion and your tastes, I seek to uncover the real flavor, the soul of the home. I strive to put your story on the walls, not some canned “look” that doesn’t speak to the real you.”
Freelance writer Stacey Sheppard launched her blog The Design Sheppard in 2009, and has been giving her readers the latest in interior design news and trends ever since. Stacey showcases the newest collections from all areas of the interiors market, from recognizable high end brands to independent designers you can track down online.
The woman behind the blog, Helen Powell, covers emerging trends and new labels, while also interviewing the designers behind the beautiful interiors that she features.
Meghan McEwen started designtripper for two very simple reasons: 1. She loves looking inside other people’s homes, especially their second ones, and she’s perpetually planning her next trip. Designtripper explores the intersection of travel and design with genuine curiosity and good taste.
Is a decorating, lifestyle and inspiration blog with special features on African American Designers and the minority presence within the world of interiors. Side by side they’ll keep you updated on industry news as it pertains to African Americans while giving you Pin-worthy home design ideas.
Dezeen is one of the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design magazines, and the winner of numerous awards for journalism and publishing. Our mission is simple: to bring you a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects from around the world.
Apartment 34 founder Erin Hiemstra is a décor enthusiast, fashionista and general lover of the details that make life lovely. Apartment 34.com offers inspiring ways to add sophisticated style to your everyday life. We share unique finds and creative ideas related to modern décor, classic fashion, must-make food, wanderlust-worthy travel; all the details that make life a little better.
Joy Moyler fell in love with design and architecture at the age of 14 while living in Spain. Since then she has worked with a bevy of clients around the world for the past twenty five years. Her groovy blog pays homage to the intersection of interior design, fashion, photography, the arts, travel, culture and food. Look out for industry news as well as fun ideas of what you can do to improve your home.
We’re pretty sure our apartment would like like a flop house if it wasn’t for this handy and fantastic site. Houzz literally has the best photos and design ideas on the web complete with links to purchase various products. You will lose the day browsing their six million interior design photos, home decor, decorating ideas but it will be worth it. You can also connect with home professionals online as well.
Interior designer Andrew Baseman makes the old new again with his decadent blog. He literally doesn’t believe in throwing anything away and has turned many a chipped, scratched and torn item into something completely new and beautiful. Follow his blog for some serious DIY inspiration.
Swoon Worthy is the personal interior design blog of American-born Kimberley Hughes, who now resides in England. In her own words, she is on a mission to “banish the beige and boring from UK homes!” Focusing on a different aspect of her funky and boldly decorated home in each post, Kimberley tells the ongoing story of her property’s style journey, sharing awesome tips as she goes.
An online magazine dedicated to modern design, Design Milk offers what’s new in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and decor, fashion and technology. Always fresh + never sour, Design Milk fills your thirsty cup to the brim with design finds from around the world.
“The Peak of Chic is created sand written by Jennifer Boles who tackles fun design and decorating ideas within the era of Old English design details and takes her readers back in time on a weekly basis.
The channel for all things home, you would be hard pressed to find a blog post that you didn’t like. From remodeling ideas to DIY projects to trends, gardens and a ton of inspiration pictures…they just keep going and going and going!