Top 10 Must-Read Interior Design Blogs for Interior Designers May 20 2019
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There are hundreds of interior design companies blogs out there, but one need not worry; one has chosen ten of the very best for one to tap into.
Top 10 Interior Design Blogs
- Apartment Therapy
- The Beat That My Heart Skipped
- Mad About the House
- Design Hunter
- Dear Designer
- Fresh Design Blog
- Society of British & International Design
- Amber Interiors
1. Apartment Therapy
This is indeed a blogging behemoth in its own right. Apartment Therapy happens to be a huge communal blog that is frequently updated with stories ranging from celebrity interiors to housing market updates.
Articles are in fact submitted from around the world, and its heavily image-based format makes for great insights into the latest in the world of interior design.
2. The Beat That My Heart Skipped
Now almost 10 years old, The Beat That My Heart Skipped does expose a thing or two about delivering articles for professional interior designers as well as hobbyists alike.
Each post actually follows its own unique theme and also does come with plenty of images to support the descriptions conveyed in the conversational writing styles.
3. Mad About the House
Kate Watson-Smyth happens to be the founder of one of the most decorated blogs in the industry. Mad About the House has indeed gained many accolades from plaudits from Vogue, Sheerluxe and Vuelio among many other big names.
Content ranges from location-based visages, such as “10 Beautiful Rooms” series, to the insightful “Useful Stuff.”
Watson-Smyth is also unfazed by offering her own tips into the future of fashionable interior design—”Forget about the brass tap it’s all about black now” is a bold, well-researched, and compelling piece of speculation.
If one is looking for a few ideas to give one’s interior a little bit more chutzpah, then the chances are that you’ll find it in the pages of Mad About the House.
4. Design Hunter
Design Hunter does boast one of the most alluring as well as simplistic layouts in the blogosphere.
Helen Powell’s blog is rather a mix of strikingly minimalist interior designs and autobiographical stories that do bring an added level of personability between the audience and author.
5. Dear Designer
Carole King does draw on inspiration from unlikely places with her elegant blog, Dear Designer.
King’s content does range from finding the unsung beauty of tactically positioned fairy lights to exploring Danish influences in her interiors.
The blog is indeed fairly frequently updated, with around four posts popping up per week and the imagery incorporated is nothing short of stunning.
Posts tend to be semi-autobiographical and all furnishings as well as objects that are made use of for not only to identify within the body of the text but priced up, ensuring ease of reference that will of course, welcome the more impulsive of budding interior designers.
6. Fresh Design Blog
If one feels an affinity towards more modernist approaches, then Fresh Design Blog could indeed be right up to one’s sleeve.
Now being in its ninth year, Fresh Design Blog specializes in modern and contemporary interiors, with the layout split into four categories: decorating, furniture, home accessories, and interior ideas.
The website does dabble into approaches to creativity, illustrated by its focus on out-of-the-ordinary hooks as well as hangers in a recent post and also does provide insights into the practicality of decorating with pets in mind, among other real-life—and often neglected—obstacles and scenarios.
7. Society of British & International Design
SBID is a name that one may be familiar with—they are a professional accreditation body for interior designers.
SBID’s blog is an excellent blend of hints and tips in order to keep ahead of the latest trends as well as insights into interior design projects.
The blog does focus on documenting and showcasing various design projects, including bars, apartments and hotels.
Will Taylor, the founder of Bright. Bazaar, believe in the mantra that ‘grey is boring’, and is therefore committed to bringing the most striking designs to his audiences.
Bright, Interiors do make up a significant portion of the blog, and Taylor’s prowess in style can be observed in his published book, Dream Decor.
The blog does focus on tutorials surrounding DIY scenarios such as small-space sofas and creating the perfect bedside table. There are also walkthroughs with Taylor reciting how he indeed decorated his home and beach house for certain seasons as well as holidays.
9. Amber Interiors
The dedicated blog of Amber Interiors Inc. doe offer a great insight into the many projects picked up by the LA-based company and also how they went about bringing their clients’ ideas to life.
The content consists of top 10 style guides and trend predictions for the coming year.
Amber Interiors’ blog is rather conversational in style, and often refreshingly open and autobiographical.
EyeSwoon does dabble and excel in many fields of expertise, and design and is certainly one of them.
The blog often lists easy to follow top 10 guides and ‘five swoon-worthy things’ which indeed catapult ideas at audiences, giving them some very welcome sources of inspiration from some of the best designers in the industry.
EyeSwoon is dedicated to illustrating room ideas and following them up with clear images of the items that are made use of to give the desired effect—which is then described in detail at the bottom of the post.