32 of Our Favourite Interior Design Blogs 2016
Posted on 10/19/2016
1. Abigail Ahern
London based Abigail Ahern is a renowned Interior designer who founded of one of the hottest places to shop (Abigail Ahern) as well as being the author of Decorating with Style and A Girl's Guide to Decorating. As well as all this, she also writes a pretty damn good blog.
2. The Beat That My Heart Skipped
Launched in 2007 The Beat That My Heart Skipped focuses on home inspirations, design trends, lifestyle and food - coupled with an insight into Rohini's work and home life - from key picks at trade shows to styled weekend soirees.
3. Bodie and Fou
4. The Design Sheppard
The Design Sheppard is Stacey’s online home where she blogs about all things interior design-related. From furniture, lighting and flooring to kitchens, bathrooms and wallcoverings.
5. The Happy Flat
Mary-Ellen Paul writes The Happy Flat which is quintessentially her apartment – a happy place full of colour & style. An interdisciplinary blog, it covers fashion & beauty, interiors, lifestyle, interviews and of course – the journal.
6. NONAGON Style
NONAGON.style is a blog written by homeowners who love design, not designers who want to fill your house. It shares what’s out there, what’s coming next and the latest discoveries.
Kim Duran grew up on a densely wooded lot in a tiny town in Pennsylvania and since 2010 has written for her blog - SwoonWorthy. Obsessed with interiors and a self-proclaimed maximalist, Kim explores colour, pattern and especially Gold luxe finishes.
8. Design Lovers Blog
Design Lovers Blog is where Samantha and Jill share their favourite finds and discoveries in interior design, decoration and styling for modern homes. They share their design loves: products, places, people and events from the UK and US, as well as a mix of all the visual stimuli that catches our eyes from across the globe.
9. Little Big Bell
Little Big Bell is an award winning design, interiors and lifestyle blog based in London, England. It was started by Geraldine Tan, who for as long as she can remember has a true passion for colour, design and decorating.
10. Patchwork Harmony
Patchwork Harmony was launched in 2008 by Caroline Rowland. It all began as a simple blog; featuring ideas for interior style, particularly thrifty and vintage themes, sharing craft projects, championing independent designers and retailers, and highlighting her favourite homewares and vintage finds.
11. Fabric Of My Life
Fabric Of My Life is an online scrapbook of inspiration; a place where Kate Baxter hoards all of her favourite visual imagery, design ideas, thoughts and musings into one big magpie’s nest.
12. Arianna Trapani
London based Arianna writes a daily blog named Arianna’s Daily. Her blogs isis a lifestyle destination for a stylish living. From interiors to travel, from fashion to food and all things that feed my curiosity.
13. Ellie Tennant
Ellie Tennant is a freelance interiors journalist, stylist and author. She specialises in all things home-related, with particular expertise in design, vintage and lifestyle areas. Her blog contains interviews, features and columns.
14. Decorators Notebook
Bethan and Joe are on a mission to prove that ethical and beautiful design can go hand-in-hand. This blog is where we showcase the best of what we find and a way to discover the very best in fair trade, ethical and sustainable design happening worldwide, right now.
15. Stylist’s Own
Stylist's Own is a sneaky peek into the the inspirations, work and insider secrets of London-based freelance Interiors Stylist and Writer, Joanna Thornhill. When she’s not busying myself with shooting, writing features, schmoozing around at press shows and design events or propping for jobs, she can often be found scouring the internet for all its yummy, inspirational goodness, ready to report back on.
16. Pure Style Home
Lauren Liess has been writing Pure Style Home, since 2008, and it’s been pivotal in her self-discovery as a designer developing an aesthetic and in helping me find my voice. She’s also written a book, Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating (Abrams).
17. Mad About The House
Kate Watson is primarily a journalist who writes about interiors, but she’s a whole lot more. She’s written a booked: Shades of Grey, has written for The Financial Times, The Independent and The Daily Mail and several others. Her house has been in Living Etc, HeartHome and featured in The Wall Street Journal and Corriere della Sera and she also runs an interior styling consultancy; Mad About Your House.
18. Fresh Design Blog
Fresh Design Blog is an independent UK homes and interiors blog dedicated to finding and profiling the best in contemporary, fresh and modern home and garden products, ideas and design. Written by Rachel Newcombe, she scours the shops and the Internet to keep her audience up-to-date with all the latest and greatest home and garden products.
19. Old Fashioned Susie
Old Fashioned Susie is a down to earth approach to interiors and home style. There’s also a little bit of Susie’s personal fashion loves as well as the odd cocktail and cake recipe.
Moregeous, here to help make homes more than gorgeous! The blog contains practical tips for indoors & outdoors as Sian Astley gets down and dirty on her Edwardian renovation & contemporary new build project. There’s plenty more too with interior design ideas, how to's & trends.
21. My Scandinavian Home
22. Lucy Stylist
London based Aussie Lucy Gough is an Interior Stylist - and good! Having previously worked at Livingetc magazine she’s passionate about creating beautiful images and adding her style to compete her clients requests. To display her industry knowledge she writes a blog for us all to enjoy!
23. Sarah Akwisombe
Sarah Akwisombe takes design blogging to a whole new level. You’ll be fully entertained by her individual, bold approach to blogging. She mocks how a design ‘expert’ should tell their audience how to decorate their home and advocates instead that everyone has their own style personality.
24. Smartstyle Interiors
Smartstyle Interiors is an interior design company owned by Phoebe Oldrey. She writes the blog on the side to display her love for designing rooms that are sleek, refined and functional with rich colours and a striking balance of textures.
25. Roco Magazine
ROCO is the go-to inspiration source for stunning interiors in the UK and abroad. An online guide to stylish modern living, ROCO showcases creative, quality design and provides our readers with superior features and breathtaking imagery.
26. The English Home
Celebrating quintessential British design, The English Home is filled with inspiration for transforming your home. With advice from acclaimed interior designers and architects, discover how to create traditional, stylish interiors to bring elegance to every room.
27. Home Decorista
Maria has created the blog, Home Decorista in 2012. On this blog, you'll be able to read about all things that are related to home, such as interior design, inspirational houses, beautiful gardens, delicious food, art, and even pretty places worth visiting.
28. Pippa Jameson Interiors
Pippa Jameson is an experienced Interior Stylist, Art Director, Consultant and TV Personality who has worked in London and abroad for the past 17 years.
29. Don’t Cramp My Style
30. Design Chic
US based mother and daughter Beth Woodson and Kristy Woodson Harvey write for their blog Design Chic. They believe that the home is one of the foundations of life and that creating a space surrounded by things you love is one of the best ways to express yourself and find meaning.
31. Hannah in the House
After serious illness and being house bound, Hannah created the blog “Hannah in the House”. She’s obsessed with design and she’s half Danish combining these main factors have become the key focus for her blog.
32. Lobster and Swan
Jeska created the Lobster and Swan blog which shares all manner of things from her favourite recipes and home decor ideas to daily discoveries and inspirations. Her upbringing gives her her inspiration. From family visits of historical towns and castles to national parks and manor houses - her passion is obvious.