When it comes to the world of home decor, inspiration is always just a few clicks away, thanks to some incredible DIY and design experts that share their experiences and expertise on their blogs. However, we’ve made it just a bit easier by compiling a list of our favorite home decor blogs.
Take a look below, and make sure to bookmark these sites to help you out with your next project!
At Addicted 2 Decorating, Kristi Lunauer writes about her DIY and decorating prowess as she remodels her 1948 fixer upper. Some of her recent projects include bathroom tile, artwork and wall decor, and even drywall. She provides plenty of detailed tutorials and pictures to walk you through every step of her process!
The original “apartment therapist” Maxwell Ryan launched Apartment Therapy in 2001, which has grown to become a “leading source of design inspiration & tips for real people, looking for real-life decor solutions” Apartment Therapy offers an incredible collection of DIY/How-To’s, shopping guides, and even advice from design experts and professionals. Check out Apartment Therapy for virtual tours of houses, apartments, and the inspiration you need to turn your living space into a home.
Kate Riley, self-described design lover, pattern maker, DIYer, and globetrotter, writes about how you can bring elegant style to your home in an affordable fashion at Censtastional Style. Additionally, she’s also created collections of fabrics and wallpapers. On her blog, you can follow her DIY & decorating projects. Some of her most recent home improvement projects include a master bathroom remodel, hanging art ledges, and multiple craft and art projects!
The team at CanvasPrints.com regularly publishes blogs containing tips, tricks, and even sometimes discounts on incredible, gallery-quality canvas prints. You can also subscribe to their email newsletter to never miss out on new content and offers! At CanvasPrints.com, you can choose from over 1,000 canvas sizes and a variety of custom collections to find the perfect way to display your favorite photos in your home in an easy, elegant and affordable fashion!
Mandi from Vintage Revivals claims that her DIY blog runs on “paint fumes and blind enthusiasms” One of her main goals is to use Vintage Revivals to inspire everyday people just like her to not be afraid of decorating. “I started a blog and started decorating at the same time. I knew nothing/ If I can do it, you can do it too.” Looking for some guidance with a big project that seems like it might be a bit too much to handle? Vintage Revivals showcases a variety of makeovers of large spaces and shows you step by step how to do it yourself. Some of Mandi’s projects include bedroom makeovers, nurseries, kids’ playrooms, and even DIY outdoor furniture. Vintage Revivals has something to inspire you to transform any area of your home.
All Things Thrifty, owned and operated by Brooke Ulrichm, has three simple goals –
- To empower readers to tackle their own projects confidently
- To develop tutorials that are easy to understand
- To share advice, tips & tricks that will impact our readers’ lives in a positive way
Brooke further describes All Things Thrifty as a fun conglomeration of the never-ending projects cluttering up her garage. Her content spans a wide range of home improvement projects, like crafts, DIY’s, interior design, and even food! You can also read about her favorite cleaning tips to keep your home looking neat and tidy.
For two years in a row, Melissa Michaels, the writer behind The Inspired Room, has been chosen as Reader’s Favorite Decorating Blogger at Better Homes & Gardens magazine! The idea behind her content is good design and a well-kept home that is also budget friendly. Melissa invites readers into her remodeled 1950s cottage and shares inspirations for decorating, home improvement in a variety of spaces, and how to keep your spaces organized. One of her biggest goals is to help her audience fall in love with their homes, as she has. She also has some great shopping guides that cover the best home decor products from a variety of popular outlets like Target and Amazon.
Focusing more on revising, upcycling, and repurposing furniture, Reeves from The Weathered Door is an interior design and furniture lover that write about putting her own twist on unique pieces of furniture and provides information and inspiration for DIY projects like customizing your own furniture, painting and refinishing, and much more. Check out her incredible before and after page to see her talents at work and grab some ideas for your own spaces!