Interior Design Blogs To Follow |

Interior Design Blogs To Follow

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From lust-worthy home tours to chic, styling tips, there are endless resources from interior experts showcasing the latest and coolest in contemporary designs. Whether you’re looking for new trends, DIY tips or the hottest new home buys, we’ve whittled down our pick of impeccably stylish home bloggers every interiors junkie should be following…

A Beautiful Mess

A particularly adorable blog from two US-based sisters, Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman. As well as chic styling tips, they run a series of genius DIY hacks that are worth trying. There are endless ideas in this insightful collection, plus there are some tasty recipes to whet your appetite for when you’ve finished your home updates.



Abigail Ahern

A stalwart on the interiors scene, Abigail Ahern’s iconic design style is sophisticated and seductive. Her home overhauls err very much on the dramatic, with dark, sultry hues, rich intoxicating scents, shaggy textiles and elaborate lighting features. Her blog is a cool collection of personal musings, tips on how to bring your home to life and genius decorating ideas that won’t break the bank.



Apartment Apothecary

Interiors obsessed former secondary school teacher Katy Orme launched Apartment Apothecary in 2013, in a bid to share her creative ideas on how to decorate on a budget. In 2014 she began blogging full time, and now spends all her time blogging, writing and styling for a variety of interiors and craft magazines. Informative and with a great eye for design, Katie provides her readers with clever home makeover ideas and styling tips, with step-by-step tutorials on painting furniture and how to personalise your space as well as intimate, lust-worthy home tours.



Apartment Number 4

Editor and stylist Victoria established her blog, Apartment Number 4, back in 2009. It’s since then blossomed into an award-winning lifestyle blog, with coveted accolades from Cosmopolitan– it was voted one of the Top 10 Lifestyle Blogs in the UK in 2014 – as well as Best Fashion Inspired Blog at the Amara Interior Blogs 2015. Here, Victoria covers all aspects of interior design, from the latest trends to guides on creating the perfect look for any room, and all with a strong focus on achieving the looks on a modest budget.




If you’re someone who loves interiors, but hates the high street, then Decorenvy is the blog for you. If you want to style your home with unique, statement finds, browse through Lucy Meek’s cool scrapbook of gorgeous home finds. The stunning photography documents everything from gorgeous artisan homewares, stylish home tours and unique interior ideas, along with savvy DIY tips, the latest in home buys and nifty tricks for recreating trends in your own home, to give interior addicts a serious luxe fix.



Flat 15

Gabriela Palumbo’s daily edit of design ideas are a godsend for any homes addict. Browse through her swoon-worthy collection of modern style ideas and gorgeous home décor tips. Step into her world and take a peek inside Flat 15, to see the how she incorporates influences from her life both in London and abroad.



Little Big Bell

Award-winning design, interiors and lifestyle blog Little Big Bell takes readers on an insightful journey into the world of home decorating. It’s bright and cheerful for those who want to inject a little brightness into their home. Starting off as a creative outlet and a way to unwind after her long and demanding day job – Editor and Founder Geraldine Tan also works as a London based A&E doctor – Little Big Bell has now flourished into one of the UK’s top design blogs, scoring points with many leading magazines including Glamour, Good Housekeeping and Livingetc.



Mad About The House

Award-winning interiors journalist and author Kate Watson-Smyth has over 20 years’ experience in the design world, so you know her blog is going to be nothing short of spectacular. If her friendly, conversational tone isn’t enough to draw you in, then her breath-taking images will be. You’ll be reaching for the paintbrush and wallpaper before you know it…



My Scandinavian Home

The clue is in the title – if you’re looking for minimalist Nordic style, this is the place to go. The charming blog is the brainchild of Londoner Niki Brantmark, who moved to Malmo in Sweden over 10 years ago. The result is a beautiful, unique collection of design musings, showcasing stunning homes in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Holland, giving a glimpse into the signature Nordic style of simplicity, utility and beauty.



Sarah Akwisombe

Interior blogger and stylist, Sarah Akwisombe is all about creating a home that allows you to express your own personality. If you want statement, Sarah is your gal. Despite her lack of experience in the industry, Sarah’s award-winning blog has taken her on an extraordinary journey, bagging two prestigious blogger awards, collaborating with some of the most respected brands in the game, and assisting renowned interior stylists and designers on various projects. Her style is unique, and she’s built up a cult following over the years. Fans can also sign up to her informative blogging course, where she shares the tricks of the trade.



Savvy Home

You might recognize Gabrielle Savoie from MyDomaine, but before she joined the team as home décor editor, she was already working diligently on her wonderful blog, Savvy Home. The curated site is a one-stop-shop for crush-worthy interior inspiration influenced by a love for coastal destinations mixed with a sleek modern edge. Head there for home tours, shopping roundups, how-tos and gorgeous get the look features.



Style By Emily Henderson

Interior design extraordinaire, Emily Henderson’s effortlessly stylish blog is high up on our list of hot home bloggers to follow. As a renowned stylist, author and TV host, Emily shares her expert tips so readers can recreate her vibrant, sassy style. Browse through her collection of addictive shoppable stories, chic room reveals, styling advice and cool before and afters.



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