We all know our home is an extension of our personal style. But what about when it’s time for an update? It can be tough to keep up with the latest design trends. That’s where we come in with our list of the 12 best home decor blogs! We searched the internet for fresh inspiration in the areas of interior design, crafty DIY projects and seasonal decor to help you explore a variety of styles. Once you have an idea in mind, browse our home decor accents to find the perfect details to complete your home!
Amber Lewis started her blog as a first-time homeowner. She wanted to share her experience navigating design in her own home and her love of interior design. Little did she know her passion would transform into a career. When you visit her blog, you get a glimpse inside the mind of an industry insider with design inspiration you can achieve in your own home. If you’re looking for interior design ideas to achieve a laid-back, Cali-girl style with fun pops of color and pattern, look no further than Amber Interiors.
My Scandinavian Home
London native, Niki Brantmark, developed an affinity for the simple, minimalistic and functional approach of Scandinavian design when she moved to Sweden. Whether she’s giving you a peek inside her own coastal home or sharing other Scandi-inspired interior design ideas, you’ll want to keep coming back for more. Her blog, My Scandinavian Home, will provide never ending ways for you to create your own little Scandinavian paradise wherever you live.
Kate Riley left her career as a lawyer to pursue her true passion of interior design. Thus, Centsational Girl was born. The motto behind the budget-friendly blog is fabulous for less. Here, you’ll find affordable ways to achieve a professional look because you should never have to sacrifice your hard earned cash for style. In addition to product lists and DIY projects, she shares smart home improvement tips that won’t break the bank on Centsational Girl.
The House That Lars Built
Brittany Watson Jepsen, a self-proclaimed creative mess, is the force behind the blog, The House That Lars Built. She puts in the manpower (or should I say, lady power) to develop design projects and break them down into easy step-by-step instructions. No matter if you’re searching for some home decor ideas to brighten up your space or some fun and festive decorations for your next party, The House That Lars Built has got you covered.