5 interior design blogs to follow

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18 September 2017 | Interiors

Seeking inspiration for that long overdue room makeover? Then check out these 5 fantastic interior design blogs.

 

Mad About the House

This award-winning blog by interiors journalist Kate Watson-Smyth is full of ideas for improving your home.

There are five posts a week, as well as guest blogs from other interior design experts, and the regular ’10 beautiful rooms’ feature.

 

Fresh Design Blog

Launched in 2009, Fresh Design Blog is run by freelance home interiors and property writer Rachel Newcombe.

Regularly updated with ideas for reinvigorating your house and garden, it offers plenty of top tips for decorating homes on a budget.

 

Houzz

This blog has a plethora of articles on a range of topics, handily broken down into different categories, including one for each room in the house.

There is also ‘My Houzz’, a room by room tour of featured properties, and a section dedicated to providing top tips for professionals.

 

The Ordinary Lovely

The Ordinary Lovely is a personal blog about family friendly interiors and adventures which was launched in 2014.

It celebrates the ‘small things that make our homes that little bit lovelier’ and includes simple tips for brightening up a home.

 

Apartment Apothecary

Run by former secondary school teacher and self-confessed interiors obsessive Katy Orme, this blog features posts on everything from interiors and room makeovers to DIY, plants and flowers.

Katy’s posts provide inspiration from makeovers in her own home as well as interiors she spots on her travels.

 

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