Looking for some interiors inspiration? Some of the best ideas can now be found online. Turn your house in to a home with our round up of some of our favourite blogs of 2016!
Interior design guru Abigail Ahern writes one of the most popular blogs out there. She describes her own home as giving her a ‘squishy feeling of contentment’ and is a big advocate of the use of strong colours. Check out her tips below!
Bodie and Fou
Written by French expat Karine Candice Kong, this blog is full of creative ideas and snippets of Karine’s life in London. Our favourite part is the ‘Our Home’ section – have a gander and admire the wonders she has worked on in both her London and France residences.
Other links will take you to beautiful transformations she’s made in different rooms…click below to get some truly chic inspiration.
Describing itself as ‘the home of eclectic boho glam’, this blog is a must-read for anyone into colour, pattern and bold interiors. Here you’ll find everything from luxury to vintage and a lot catered towards the more modest budget.
2 Lovely Gays
Having started off selling textiles and lamps from Greenwich Market, Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead now blog about all areas of lifestyle and design, with a focus on the little things and simple touches. Take a look and be inspired by their subtle elegance with playful twists.
Kate Watson-Smyth at Mad About The House
Kate Watson-Smyth is a journalist who writes about interiors. She has written for The Financial Times, The Independent and The Daily Mail and several others. Her house has been in Living Etc, HeartHome and featured in The Wall Street Journal and Corriere della Sera.
My Friend’s House
One of my personal favourites, this blog is the work of interior and design journalists Ros and Jill. Having being in the industry for over 12 years, they have written and edited for The Guardian, The Independent, Elle Online, Grand Designs, Cath Kidston and more! They have an eye for picking out the quirky and offbeat, so browse their blog for the latest trends, up and coming artists, current and new design influences and musings on other topics of interest.