Some of the best advice and ideas can be found from the colourful world of interiors bloggers. Whether you’re looking for a crafty how-to project, some inspirational colour schemes, or simply want practical ideas for updating your living room, we share five of our favourite blogs with a focus on interior design, decorating and colour. So pop the kettle on, sit back and delve into these inspiring posts!
Jeska began Lobster and Swan over nine years ago, establishing herself as one of the UK’s longest-standing interiors and lifestyle bloggers.
Why we love it: Jeska covers some of our favourite topics from interior design to food to cats! And every post features beautiful styling and inspirational imagery.
Katey at Home Restyler is a stylist working across a range of sectors, from magazine shoots to commercial product styling to residential design. Here she shares recent projects and simple decorating advice.
Why we love it: Home Restyler focuses on achievable, high impact and purse-friendly home updates with insider tips and inspiring projects.
Katy’s blog Apartment Apothecary burst onto the blogging scene in 2013 and has since become a major hit, winning the coveted Amara Interior Blog Awards.
Why we love it: With a down-to-earth approach to interior design, Katy creates beautiful and relaxed interiors, offering practical tips and hosting one of favourite features ‘Styling the Seasons’.
Restoration Couple Tim & Joanna began their blog to document the improvements they’ve been making to their home. They also have 150+ You Tube videos with over 800,000 views!
Why we love it: The Restoration Couple have tackled virtually all types of DIY project! We especially like their honest, practical approach to home renovation.
Blogger Ruth began Gathered Cheer as a way of celebrating ‘joy in the everyday’ and sharing her creative projects. It covers subjects from seasonal styling to travel to reading.
Why we love it: Ruth’s positive approach is reflected in this inspiring blog, offering the perfect pick-me-up alongside dreamy photography.