As they say—home is where the heart is—which simply must explain why we spend so much time combing through Pinterest for home decor inspiration, watching home do-it-yourself tutorials on Youtube, and last but not least sifting through our favorite home decor blogs for hours on end.
In an effort to cut down on the time you spend searching for awe-inspiring home decor blogs, we’ve put together a list of the 25 best home decor blogs out there. We’ve taken into account amazing original content, loyal social followings, and most importantly creativity, when putting together this comprehensive list. From the blogger working in politics who did a career 180 to focus on interior design, to the Brit who is making over his home and documenting the entire process, to the photographer dedicated to snapping the most incredible homes around the world, we all but guarantee this list has at least a few blogs you’re going to bookmark.
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The Aestate is chock full of design inspiration, but what really makes Jessica Rowe's blog a must-read are the incredible home decor DIY projects she features. Tie-dye pillows, gold leaf bookends, Chanel serving trays—Rowe will seemingly take on any project and make it look easy. If only we were as crafty.
Because It's Awesome is the ultimate resource for cool interior finds like Arianna Belle throw pillows, Doug Johnston baskets, and and geometric terrariums (yes, apparently that's a thing). Tobe Reed is a home decor guru not only because she provides creative tips for how to update a nursery, but because her answer for getting out of the Monday blues is a Kelly Wearstler designed living room. We couldn't agree more.
Brunch at Saks is a must read for tips including how to update your patio, how to give your house a summer spin, and even how to make the perfect pitcher of sangria. Editor Annemarie Rouleau has a great eye and each and every interior that Rouleau features on her site is more stunning than the next, one of the many reasons we can't get enough of the site.
CocoCozy was launched in 2008 with the blogger behind it using the pen name "Coco." The site has since created such a following that Coco has produced her own line of chic home accessories and collaborated with brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, DownTown Co., and Capel Rugs. Still, Coco has never revealed her true identity, which is one of the many reason's we have this site bookmarked.
Coco + Kelley features shopping guides for the perfect hardware for the home, trend stories (like how to make toile work), and all of the decor inspiration that you could possibly desire. Our favorite part of Cassandra Lavalle's blog is that she has managed to make high design incredibly accessible, and that is why we can't get enough of this site.
Design Crisis does just that, it solves those design crisis' that many of us having rolling around in our heads. Case in point: A recent post by Erin Williamson proclaiming: "I just have the overwhelming urge to buy something and it just might be a giant black leather couch." Luckily for us, Williamson also has great taste, so when she picks out her favorite black leather couches, trust us, you are going to end up wanting to buy one too.
Design Love Fest is your go-to if you are looking for decor picks ranging from tablescape inspirations to the best design picks from Etsy. Bri Emery, the voice behind the blog, is an art director based in Los Angeles, and her gorgeous original photos make this blog a must-visit (daily).
Design Stiles is a go-to resource for inspiration on how to actually make decor trends work in your own home (like neon light installations, they aren't just for museums after all). Irene Lovett started the blog as a hobby, but has since grown it into a full on business, who uses it as platform to focus on clients looking for design help on a budget. Needless to say, anyone would be in good hands with a little help from Lovett.
Design-Vox is all about inspiration—from trendy and cute children's rooms to pitch perfect gallery walls. Christina Ebbers' blog is a go-to for so many reasons, but what we particularly love about it is that she has divided her blog so you can search by room. Looking for some bedroom inspiration, for instance, and it couldn't be easier to find.
Elements of Style features everything from inspiration for a backyard al fresco soiree to design picks from around the world (including a super cool bookstore in North Caroline). Erin Gates' strength as a blogger is that she has been able to make Elements of Style both aspirational and personal—we love for instance that she highlights design projects that she is working on in her own life.
47 Park Avenue feels like a steam of consciousness as described by design (isn't everyone's stream of consciousness chock full of ottomans and paint colors?). The blogger behind the site, Michael, and his partner Jonathan purchased a home in London several years ago, and the house was in desperate need of a redo. The blog chronicles that renovation, and it has been a seriously incredible journey. The blog and the progress on the home is a must-follow.
Habitually Chic combines gorgeous interiors of homes, along with fashion inspiration, and interior tips (like why not place your cutlery in Mason Jars?). What sets Heather Clawson's blog apart from the pack is her pitch perfect taste. We want to live in every home she features, own every bag she suggests, and above all else, have at least half as much taste.
House of Earnest is a resource for home decor, hand made projects, and party style. Erin Souder consistently wows us with her do-it-yourself projects from Lucite bookends to tie-dyed tablecloths. Even if you aren't as crafty as Souder is, you sure will want to be after reading this blog.
I Suwannee features everything from a "Bookcase of the Day" to musings about searching Pinterest for the perfect triangle wallpaper. We can't get enough of Jamie Meares' eclectic take on home decor. Our favorite feature on the blog is her "Donkey of the Day" (which is an actual donkey) proving that this is a blogger who is able to find the sense of humor in home decor.
Julip Made is perfect for those looking for high design on a budget. Blogger Julie's posts on accessible art and ideal color palettes have us returning to the site time and time again. Also of note, Julie recently bought a new house, and we can't wait to see her chronicle its transformation on the blog.
Kelly Market is the ultimate resource if you are looking for not just home decor inspiration, but specific things to add to you home. Kelly Ottinger seems to have an eye for the best of the best whether you are looking to splurge or are on a budget. We, for instance, couldn't get enough of her high low feature on the best arm chairs in a huge range of prices.
Knight Moves is for the truly decor obsessed. The blog's creator Kyle Knight isn't afraid to get down to the nitty gritty discussing things like cabinet hardware and textile choices. The best part is, no matter what Knight is posting about, it is always drop dead gorgeous.
La Dolce Vita is like the best friend you have that has incredible taste that you wish you could emulate all of the time. Blogger Paloma Contreras highlights everything from stylish entryways to the perfect work totes to how to get on trend with the color blue. We also can't get enough of Contreras' Instagram feed, which highlights the best from her very stylish life as a design consultant.
Matchbook Magazine is more than a blog, it is a curated monthly magazine dedicated to everything from fashion to decor to travel. Founded by Katie Armour and Jane Lilly Warren we are particularly addicted to the site's decor stories like how to set up the perfect al fresco dinner table and suggestions for the best table lamps to buy now (including an Amethyst lamp that was love at first sight).
My Favorite and My Best (MFAMB) offers a wealth of inspiration—like ideas for how to display everything from liquor on bar carts to cosmetics in the bathroom to books on your coffee table. What we really love about Jenny Andrews Anderson's blog is that it has a real sense of humor. When Anderson, for instance, tried to buy a table and a set of chairs, and was screwed over in the process, she went ahead and blogged about it (with a Miley Cyrus reference thrown in).
The Pursuit of Style fuses fashion and design, and the results are utterly gorgeous. Lindsay Souza started her blog while working in politics in Washington, DC, and has since gone on to make interior design her full time job. Her passion for design is readily apparent everywhere you look on the site.
Remodelista's tagline is that the site is a "sourcebook for considered living." Julie Carlson, the editor-in-chief of the site oversees content that includes gorgeous design picks like the perfect round wood framed mirrors, interiors including a modular Danish summer house, and design inspiration from around the world including a pop-up restaurant in San Francisco. This site is for the design obsessed (or those that want to be).
Savvy Home succeeds in being a blog about "tasteful yet affordable living." Created by Gabrielle Savoie, the blog includes cool picks like what to buy to have an ultra-cool dorm room. We admire Savoie's ability to find seriously awesome stuff, and we might just have been inspired to buy a cool inexpensive lamp because she suggested it.
The Selby is the ultimate resource if you want to get an insider's glimpse at the interiors of influencers ranging from artist Terence Koh to Kate Spade. We can't get enough of Todd Selby's gorgeous and playful photographs and illustrations, and neither can anyone else. Unsurprisingly, this is one of the most revered interiors blogs on the web, and with good reason.
So Haute combines fashion and interiors in an unexpected way. Why not take inspiration from the Metropolitan Museum's "Punk: Chaos to Couture" fashion exhibition, for instance, when thinking of updates for your home, according to Nicole Gibbons, the voice behind the blog. For the fashion obsessed who also love interiors, this site is a must-read.