Keeping abreast of Interior Design trends can be a difficult task.

However, it is indeed a rewarding experience. The joy of standing in a space you’ve just designed to match the latest trends is overwhelming.

Whether you’re just an enthusiast or a professional Interior Designer, it’s always handy to know which blogs to follow to know what is going on in the world of Interior Design. That way you can keep up with everything from the latest styles to DIY methods you didn’t know to events where you can meet and network with other designers and enthusiasts.

To help you along, Searchmetry has compiled this list of the top 48 Interior Design bloggers to follow in 2019.

A big shoutout to Dana Covit from MyDomaine.com for permitting us to take inspiration from her list of Interior Design Bloggers.

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1. Coco Kelley

(http://www.cocokelley.com/)

Contact

  1. Email: cocokelley@gmail.com
  2. On-site form: http://www.cocokelley.com/contact/

Social Media

 

Based out of

Seattle, United States

About

Coco Kelley was founded by Cassandra LaValle in 2007. While the platform has grown and evolved over the years, our missions to curate and create fresh ideas for a well-styled life remains the same.

From interiors, parties and tabletops to travel, food and fashion – we approach it all with an urbane eye that captures the essence of effortless sophistication. 

We value the partnerships we’ve created with many lifestyle brands over the years, whether it’s hosting events, styling content or working with them on larger campaigns. With a refined eye and a strong knowledge of design, the result of our efforts is always a fresh, cultivated scene that reflects the essence of the coco+kelley philosophy: Life is in the details. Style accordingly.

What They Feature

Room of the Week

Occasional Roundups of various interior design topics like the best neutral pillows under $100, headboards to get a Parisian feel and so on.

House Tours

Occasional articles about seasonal accessories, design shops and other topics relevant to interior design

2. Old Brand New

(http://www.oldbrandnew.com/)

Contact

Email: hello@oldbrandnew.com

Social Media

 

Based out of

Los Angeles, United States

About

Dabito is a blogger, photographer, artist, décor guru, tastemaker, passionate vintage hunter, and lover of all things design. As the force behind the creative studio and online design resource, Old Brand New, he has not only won an impressive social media following, but has been recognized by major outlets including Nylon, who named him one of the best Instagrammers, and Better Homes and Gardens, who included him in their Best Decorating Bloggers of 2015.

Best known for his creative use of color, his seamless mix of modern and vintage pieces, and approachable, DIY approach to design, Dabito has had his work featured in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, the Los Angeles Times, Dwell, Elle Décor, and House Beautiful. He also produced the stunning photography in the best-selling The New Bohemians Handbook series.

When he’s not globetrotting for design inspiration, Dabito splits his time between Los Angeles and New Orleans, where he’s constantly remodeling one room or another in the homes he shares with his partner.

What They Feature

DIY projects

Interior trends 

Personal photography

3. Coco Lapine Design

(http://cocolapinedesign.com/)

Contact

Email: cocolapinedesign@gmail.com

Social Media

 

Based out of

Munich, Germany

About

Sarah is a Belgian designer living in Munich.
She’s passionate about graphic and interior design.

What They Feature

Aspirational home tours

Inspiring mood boards

4. Lark & Linen

(http://www.jacquelynclark.com/)

Contact

Email: info@larkandlinen.com, jacquelyn@larkandlinen.com

On-site Form: http://www.jacquelynclark.com/contact/
 

Social Media

 

Based out of

Toronto, Canada

About

Jacquelyn started her career in design decades ago, arranging and re-arranging her room as a child.

With a degree in Design from OCAD and LEED and NCIDQ certified, it’s safe to say Jacquelyn knows what she’s doing as far as design is concerned.

Through her design, she creates interiors that are beautiful, practical and that reflect the client.
Her blogging career includes a stint as editor of Style Me Pretty Living.

What They Feature

Home tours

Snaps from Clark’s everyday life

Recipes, DIY projects, and more.

5. In/Out

(http://arentpyke.com/)

Contact

Email: design@arentpyke.com, marketing@arentpyke.com

On-site Form: http://arentpyke.com/contact/ 

Social Media

 

Based out of

Surry Hills, Australia

About

The blog was founded in 2011 by Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke of Arent&Pyke in furtherance of their belief that inspiration should be shared.

The blog features interior design tips and profiles of up and coming artists.

What They Feature

Up-and-coming designers and artists

Beautiful hotels and restaurants

Breathtaking home tours, and trends

Contact

Email: info@yatzer.com

Social Media

 

Based out of

Greece

About

Founded by Greek interior designer Costas Voyatzis in 2007, Yatzer has become a ‘global online destination’ for people searching for beauty, craftsmanship and sophistication’.
Yatzer has been featured in several publications of international repute including the Financial Times, Vogue and Elle Decor.

What They Feature

House/apartment tour posts that also offer glimpses into design trends like one on the ‘Blue Eye Apartment in Taiwan’

Articles on revamp/renovations like one titled ‘A Revamped, New World Version of an Italian Alimentari: Caffè La Tana in Vancouver’

Articles on design-based events like one on Milan Design Week 2019

Articles on designers, including interviews, like ‘Small Moments of Wonder – The Gleaming Work of Designer Sabine Marcelis’

7. Mark D. Sikes

(https://markdsikes.com/)

Contact

Email: mark@markdsikes.com

Social Media

 

Based out of

California, United States

About

Mark’s design is known for its flawless combinations – of American and European styles, of old and modern styles and so on.
His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Veranda, Milieu and other prominent publications.

What They Feature

Home tour articles for example one titled ‘Mountain Folly’

Articles on interviews of interior designers

Articles about interior design events like on the 2018 Kips Bay Show House

8. Kriste Michelini

(http://kristemichelini.com/)

Contact

Email: info@kristemichelini.com

On-site form: http://kristemichelini.com/contact/

Social Media

 

Based out of

California, United States

About

Kriste Michelini Interiors creates beautiful and inspiring spaces that reflect the individual aesthetics and lifestyles of every one of her clients.
Her design studio has been honoured with Houzz’s 2018 Best of Design and Best of Customer Service awards.

What They Feature

Articles about practical design projects people may find useful for example ‘Working from home in style’

Very specific design aspects are discussed for example ‘Tips for selecting the right bedroom rug’

Articles on design trends

Articles on thematic design ideas like ‘Minimalist design ideas for the holidays’

9. The Ace of Space

(http://theaceofspaceblog.com/)

Contact

Email: vicki@theaceofspaceblog.com

On-site form: http://theaceofspaceblog.com/contact/

Social Media

 

Based out of

Atlanta, United States

About

After devoting over a decade of her life to public service on Capitol Hill, Vicki Gladle Bolick decided to take up her passion – interior design – and enrolled at the Atlanta College of Art and the Vanguard School of Interior Design.

She opened her own practice in 2006. She is recognized as a trend scout and an influencer in the field. In 2011 she decided to start her own blog – the Ace of Spades blog.

Among her many achievements are being selected to be a Blogger Ambassador for the “What’s New, What’s Next Campaign” sponsored by the New York Design Center and having her work featured in numerous acclaimed publications like Elle Decor.

What They Feature

Articles on interior design-related books like ’11 décor books every stylish home should have’

Posts on design-based events like one on the Serenbe Designer Showhouse 2016

Posts on sourcing interior design materials like one titled ‘Top 20 Interior Wallpaper Sources’

Articles on room-specific design tips like one on decorating a dark room

Various posts on ‘show houses’

Contact

Email: hello@huskdesignblog.com

On-site form: https://huskdesignblog.com/contact/

Social Media

 

Based out of

Paris, France

About

Expatriate interior designer Chloe created the Husk Design Blog in 2016 to collate and communicate important news on Interior Architecture and Furniture Design trends.

Husk tries to tell the stories of both designs and designers.

What They Feature

Design trend posts titled ‘Discoveries of the week’ and also other posts on design trends

Articles on design studios like one on ‘Acne studio’ and one on ’12 contemporary Latin American design studios’

Posts on interviews of designers

Posts on exciting design projects by design studios like one titled ‘Retail: Blushhh!, Secret Shop minimalist’

Posts on interior design events like one on the Paris Design Week

11. Simplified Bee

(http://www.simplifiedbee.com/)

Contact

Email: simplifiedbee@yahoo.com

On-site form: http://www.simplifiedbee.com/contact

Social Media

 

Based out of

San Francisco, Sierra Nevada, United States

About

As a wife, mother and interior designer, Cristin Bisbee Priest knew homes could be orderly without sacrificing beauty.
Apart from combining design styles to create something that truly stands out, Cristin concentrates on making her designs child-friendly.
Cristin started the Simplified Bee Blog in 2009 to share her passion for interior design, home organization and entertaining.

What They Feature

House tours

Posts on innovative design idea like one on decorating with baskets

Posts on interior design trends like one on 2018 kitchen design trends

Room-specific interior design posts like one titled ‘Stylish Organized Kitchen’

Posts on interior design projects/books of acclaimed interior designers like one titled ‘Outside In: The Gardens and Houses of Tichenor & Thorp’

12. Hadley Court

(https://hadleycourt.com/)

Contact

Social Media

Based out of

Texas, United States

About

Leslie Hendrix Wood founded the Hadley Court blog in celebration of ‘gracious living, timeless design and family traditions‘. Hadley Court is also the name of her luxury lifestyle brand. Hadley Court is the name of Leslie’s family’s ancestral summer home in Arkansas.

What They Feature

Design tips and ideas type posts like one offering easy tips to design a California style home

House tour posts like one about a tour of Downton Abbey

Posts about design ideas for various colours for example one titled ‘Blush Crush: Our Favorite Pink Home Decor Ideas’

Room-specific interior design posts for example one on ‘bold office designs’

Product-specific design posts like one on 5 ways to use subway tile

13. Cozy Stylish Chic

(http://www.cozystylishchic.com/)

Contact

Email : sales@cozystylishchic.com

On-site form: http://www.cozystylishchic.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

California, United States

About

New York School of Interior Design graduate Jeanne K Chung is a SoCal (Southern California) based luxury interior designer who believes that ‘knowledge is power and a trained eye develops over time‘. She founded her blog Cozy Stylish Chic in 2013 and has since opened a retail space and trade showroom of the same name in Old Pasadena. Among her other achievements are being recognized as an influencer in the industry and being featured as a designer for the Pasadena Showcase House of Design in 2017 and 2018, the nation’s oldest show house.

What They Feature

Posts on Interior Design trends like one titled ‘2 Kitchen and Bath Trends for 2019 -KBIS Recap’

Posts on Interior Design events like one titled ‘Highlights from Palm Springs Modernism Week 2019’

Posts on Interior Design projects executed by Cozy Stylish Chic themselves like one titled ‘Cozy•Stylish•Chic Teen Bathroom – 2018 Pasadena Showcase House’

Home tour articles

Articles on DIY Interior Design like one titled ‘6 Tips on How to Renovate a Luxury Kitchen in 4 Weeks’

Contact

Email : social@dunnedwards.com

On-site form: https://www.dunnedwards.com/about/contact-us

Social Media

Based out of

Los Angeles, United States

About

Specs+Spaces is the email newsletter of Dunn Edwards, the leading paint manufacturer in the Southwestern United States since 1925. The newsletter aims to make people aware of the latest in design trends and color education.

What They Feature

‘Color of the month’ posts

Articles about Dunn Edwards partnering with Interior Designers on design projects

Articles on Interior Design and color events like one on the 2019 LA Art Show

Articles featuring home tours

Article on Interior Design trends like one titled ‘Top 5 home design trends of 2019’.

The ‘poetic passage’ series featuring articles on Interior Design projects, trends, styles and philosophies

Social Media

Based out of

New York City, United States

About

Marisa Marcantonio is a consultant to designers, helping them grow their business. She founded her design blog Stylebeat in 2006 to reveal design trends, designers and design resources, all of which would be useful to aficianados and professionals alike. To quote from her website, ‘her unique strategy deliverables include devising a thoughtful road map for success, connecting clients with meaningful collaborators best-suited to their brand ethos and focusing on appropriate categories and targeted areas for product development based on industry knowledge and market intelligence.‘.

What They Feature

Articles on Interior Design projects and collaborations, like one titled ‘Clare Vivier at home: a collaboration with Wallshoppe Wallpaper’

Articles on Interior Design events like one titled ‘Announcing the 2018 Hampton Designer Showhouse List’

Articles on sales and products Interior Designers will find interesting like one titled ‘Shop a designer favorite: The Chelsea Textiles Sale’

16. Plastolux

(http://plastolux.com/)

Contact

Email : tyler@plastolux.com

On-site form: http://plastolux.com/contact

Social Media

Based out of

United States

About

Plastolux was started in 2007 by founder Tyler Goodro in a desire to feed his passion for mid century modern and contemporary design found in architecture, interiors, furniture, objects and art. Our focus lies with individuals that express strong feelings towards ingenuity, utmost quality, simplicity of design and the use of honest materials. We have a strong appreciation for the mid-20th century and those pioneers/designers that explored modern materials with simplistic clean lined design.’

What They Feature

A series of articles on lighting, by Interior Designers and studios

Articles on Interior Designers like one titled ‘Sculptor Casey Reed Johnson’

Continued coverage on A’ Design Awards and Competition

Articles on Interior Design and Interior Design-related stores like one on The Space Detroit

17. Remodelholic

(https://www.remodelaholic.com/)

Contact

Email : hello@remodelaholic.com

On-site form: https://www.remodelaholic.com/contact-us/

Social Media

  

Based out of

United States

About

Interior designer Cassity and her husband, a landscape architect, are DIY enthusiasts. But not just any DIY – they always stick to the 5 r’s – reduce, reuse, recycle, re-purpose, remodel DIY. In the blog, they tell readers about their projects, and also ask others to tell their own DY stories.

What They Feature

The ‘Friday Favorites’ series featuring everything from organizing hacks to building plans

Articles on DIY Interior Design

Articles on small design projects like one titled ‘Create a chic neutral small space homework station’.

Mood boards

Articles on decorating featuring ‘How to’, ‘Get this look’ etc type articles as well as decorating products and accessories reviews

18. One Kindesign

(https://onekindesign.com/)

Contact

Email : onekindesign@gmail.com

On-site form: https://onekindesign.com/contact-us/

Social Media

  

Based out of

United States

About

One Kindesign was started in 2010 by Lori Smith, an interior designer from Arizona. She started the One Kindesign to help readers get design ideas as well as innovative solutions to practical problems they may face in their homes. There are a few articles that travelers in particular will find very interesting.

What They Feature

Interior design posts are categorized by the room, for example basement design posts, bathroom posts, dining room posts and so on

Home tour type posts like ‘Mountain modern prefab provides idyllic forest retreat in Truckee’

Posts on design projects by acclaimed interior designers like ‘Gorgeous 1920s English Cotswold home gets exquisite update in Chicago’ which described an home redesign by Michael Abraham Architecture

Articles on interior design ideas like ’30+ Fabulous Screened-In Porch Ideas Boasting Woodsy Views’

19. Better Decorating Bible

(http://betterdecoratingbible.com/)

Contact

Email : contact@betterdecoratingbible.com

On-site form: http://betterdecoratingbible.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Toronto, Canada

About

Suzy Cacic’s design career has certainly been very versatile. Starting out with her blog Better Decorating Bible, she has been able to become an interior design writer for Houzz.com and Qatar’s Abode Magazine. She has also been featured on The Today Show, Toronto Sun, AOL, and many more. She started Better Decorating Bible in 2011 to share her design ideas and inspiration with others.

What They Feature

Event (such as wedding) themed decorating ideas posts

‘X Benefits of’ type posts

Posts on interior design themes, like one titled ‘Home Décor 2019 – Top DOs and DONTs For Home Décor in 2019’

Posts on practical aspects of interior design like ‘How you can finance your home renovation’

‘X Tips to’ type and other types of How To articles like one titled ’12 Clever Tricks for Organizing Your Garage’

20. Liz Marie Blog

(https://www.lizmarieblog.com/)

Contact

Email : hellolizmarieblog@gmail.com

Social Media

About

Liz Marie is an interior designer based in western Michigan. She co-founded a vintage finds and home décor boutique called The Found Cottage. She started the blog as a ‘happy place‘ to talk about interior design, DIY, décor and other stuff.

What They Feature

DIY Tutorials on topics from DIY Farmhouse Fireplace to cleaning your home in the winter.

Accounts of personal interior design projects like one titled ‘A Formal Sitting Room’.

Interior design products and accessory reviews like ‘Cheap and Affordable Hallway Wall Sconces’ and ‘Hearth & Hand New Spring & Easter Collection’

‘Favorite things Friday’ series about things that caught Liz’s eye

Mood/Inspiration boards

21. Pufik Home Inspirations

(https://www.pufikhomes.com/)

Contact

Email : pufikhomes@gmail.com

On-site form: https://www.pufikhomes.com/en/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Kiev, Ukraine

About

Sergiy and Anna started Pufik Home Inspirations to provide interior design inspiration to people all around the world. They also invite people from around the world to write about their own interior design experiences.

What They Feature

It features apartments from a number of cities, ranging from Moscow to Madrid.

22. Desire To Inspire

(https://www.desiretoinspire.net/)

Contact

Email : contact@desiretoinspire.net

On-site form: https://www.desiretoinspire.net/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Canada/Australia

About

Kim and Joe are ‘interior design junkies’ who met in 2006 on Flickr. Sometime later, Desire To Inspire was born. The blog highlights designs, designers, decorators, photographers, architects and so on. 

What They Feature

Almost all of their posts are home tours, and usually the interior designer or architect involved is mentioned.

In some cases they provide a copy of the building plan.

Their posts are subdivided by category, such as Apartment, Hotel, Dining room, Foyer and so on.

23. Decoholic Interior Design

(http://decoholic.org/)

Contact

Email : info@decoholic.org

On-site form: http://decoholic.org/contact/

Social Media

  

About

Melina Divani’s blog Decoholic Interior Design offers the latest in interior design and home décor trends and idea.

What They Feature

Their design idea posts are categorized by room – living room, bedroom, kitchen, dining room, kid’s room, bathroom. These posts are mostly of the type ’10 idea for…’ or ‘how to….’.

They have a category ‘Small apartments’ which mostly houses house tours.

They have another category ‘Shop’ that has articles on great interior design merchandise, ranging from wallpaper to luxury furniture.

Finally, they have a category ‘Home interiors’ which features projects (both new and renovations) by well-known designers, celebrity home tours (like one of Jennier Aniston’s Beverly Hills home), and unique houses like one on a house that is controlled by an iPad.

24. My Scandinavian Home

(https://www.myscandinavianhome.com/)

Contact

Email : myscandinavianhome@gmail.com

Social Media

  

Based out of

Sweden

About

Niki Brantmark is a Sweden-based interior designer who started My Scandinavian Home concentrating on Scandinavian design themes often with a vintage touch. Others associated with the blog are Genevieve Jorn (interior designer and stylist), Ana Degenaar (author, graphic designer and web designer) and Sarah Brooks-Wilson (interior stylist and beauty journalist).

What They Feature

Her posts are categorized by theme – Swedish homes, Danish homes, Finnish homes, Norwegian homes, International homes, White homes, Grey and white homes and finally Bohemian style

Posts about the work of (mostly Scandinavian) interior designers like one titled ‘Danish Design: City Prints by Martin Schwartz’

25. Maria Killam

(https://www.mariakillam.com/)

Contact

Email : info@mariakillam.com

On-site form: https://www.mariakillam.com/contact-us/

Social Media

  

Based out of

Chilliwack, Canada

About

Maria Killam’s forte is color theory. She’s a color expert who can easily tell what kind of colors a person needs to get the look they want. She’s also had a lot of on-the-job training as an interior designer as well. Through her blog and color advice she aims to help people avoid endless renovations and get the timeless look they’ve always wanted for their home.

What They Feature

Before and after type posts based on Maria’s own projects

‘X steps to…’ type articles offering design tips

‘Ask Maria’ posts

Design trend and trend forecast articles

House tour posts

26. All Sorts Of

(https://allsortsof.com/)

Contact

Email : hello@allsortsof.com

Social Media

Based out of

Calabasas (presumably), United States

About

Amber Lewis is a California-based interior designer who has founded both a design studio and a retail design shop. Her blog All Sorts Of is a lifestyle blog that dwells on aspects of design, lifestyle and entrepreneurship.

What They Feature

Posts on interviews of interior designers and those in allied fields

‘Add to cart’ articles about interior design accessories

Posts about design projects executed by Amber’s design team

‘How to’ or ‘Step by step guide’ type posts

27. The Design Chaser

(http://www.thedesignchaser.com/)

Contact

Email : michelle@thedesignchaser.com

On-site form: http://www.thedesignchaser.com/p/about-contact.html

Social Media

Based out of

New Zealand

About

The Design Chaser is another blog with a focus on Scandinavian design (My Scandinavian Home is the other one). However, the blog is global in scope and aims at revealing design trends and ideas to readers the world over.

What They Feature

Articles about projects of well-known designers/design firms like one on a project by Nordiska Kök

Articles about personal design projects like one on Michelle’s own Christmas 2018 designs in her home

Posts on specific topics like kitchen design, deck design and even more specific like one on TV Mirrors which are a way of disguising a home TV to make it blend in with the rest of the room

28. Thou Swell

(https://www.thouswell.com/)

Contact

Email : thouswellblog@gmail.com

Social Media

Based out of

Denver, United States

About

If you’re thinking jazz, you’re spot on. Thou Swell did indeed get its name from the 1927 jazz standard. By training Kevin Francis O’Gara’s formal training is in hospitality management. However, he has a passion for transformative design and development and it is this passion that finds expression in this blog. 

What They Feature

Home tours

Articles on interior design trends and styles like ‘A fresh take on tradition in New Orleans’

A variant of home tours, which talk about design projects, like one titled ‘Playful hues in a new Manhattan high-rise’

29. Italian Bark

(https://www.italianbark.com/)

Contact

Email : info@italianbark.com

On-site form: https://www.italianbark.com/contact-interior-design-blog/

Social Media

Based out of

Venice, Italy

About

Elisabetta Rizzato is an Italian designer with degrees in both architecture and interior design. Her blog aims at being both ‘an Italian interior design blog with a global perspective and a global interior design blog with an Italian perspective‘. The blog aims at publishing design news, giving up and coming designers a voice and also some travel-related news. It was designated “Best Colour Inspiration Blog” International at the Amara Interior Blog Awards 2018 and listed in the Top Global 25 interior blogs by The Huffington Post.

What They Feature

Posts on design-related events like one on STYLE Bangkok, a leading lifestyle fair in Asia

Color of the month posts

Posts about design trends, color trends and so on

Home tours

Posts on the best design-related magazines to read

Interior tips posts

Posts on commercial design like one on Tom Dixon’s restaurant in London

Contact

Email : customerservices@abigailahern.com

Social Media

Based out of

London, United Kingdom

About

Abigail Ahern is recognized as a trendsetter in design. Her blog matches her design – glamorous, eclectic and witty.

What They Feature

Posts on design ideas and inspiration like one titled ‘Why thinking like a hotelier will change up your home’

Posts on very specific design features like one titled ‘The case for embracing matte surfaces’

Posts on lighting like one titled ‘Light it up’

Posts on design school events hosted by Abigail and Gem

Posts offering specific tips like one titled ‘Quick fixes for lazy decorators’

31. Quintessence Lifestyle Blog

(https://quintessenceblog.com/)

Contact

Email: info@quintessenceblog.com

On-site form: https://quintessenceblog.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

New York City, United States

About

It was a love of design that led former art director Stacey Bewkes to start Quintessence. However, now it has become a destination for quality content related to art, architecture, design, fashion, books, movies, jewelry, travel, and even food and wine.
The blog has been featured in many acclaimed publications including Elle Decor and Luxe Magazine.

What They Feature

Posts on design-related events like one on the 2019 Young Collectors Night

Posts on interior designers like one on Henry Wilson

Posts on design-related travels and shopping destinations

Interior design posts mostly focus on 5 categories – dining rooms, kitchens, lighting, outdoor furniture and the wine cellar.

32. Sarah Akwisombe

(http://www.sarahakwisombe.com/)

Social Media

Based out of

Croydon, United Kingdom

About

Award-winning blogger and interior stylist Sarah has always been a bit bold and rebellious as far as design is concerned. She’s worked for famous names like M&S, Dwell, BHS, Paint by Conran and DFS. Sometimes brands approach her on the blog to talk about working together.

What They Feature

An educational section featuring article which can help an emerging designer come into their own

Articles covering design events like one covering the the launch of the Virgil Abloh x IKEA collection in Paris

Articles combining design and travel for example one on ‘Ten design-led things to do in Malmo, Sweden’

General design posts for example one on how to incorporate home tech into design in a flat

33. Nonagon Style

(https://nonagon.style/)

Contact

Email: hello@nonagon.style

On-site form: https://nonagon.style/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Possibly Singapore, Possibly Singapore

About

Gordon Tam experienced for himself the benefits of cross-cultural communication through his many years of working in the Asia Pacific. And so Nonagon was founded as a forum for artists, architects and designers to be heard from and for design ideas and trends to be showcased. Artists, architects and designers and design trends and ideas from across the globe, that is.

What They Feature

Trivia/information-based blog posts like ‘Do you know these famous Chinese architects?’

Articles on design trends for example one on a ‘larger than life design trend’ which is gaining popularity as of February 2019.

‘Design tips’ type of articles about shades, styles and so on.

Articles connecting design to larger trends like one on ‘vegan design’ and one on design to showcase femininity.

34. Gates Interior Design

(https://gatesinteriordesign.com/)

Contact

Email:info@thegatescompany.com

On-site form: https://gatesinteriordesign.com/project-inquiry/

Social Media

Based out of

Brentwood/Franklin, TN, United States

About

Amanda Gates is a trained interior designer and also a Feng Shui practioner. She based her design around ‘energy alignment’ principles. Her design blog has been featured in various reputed publications including The Huffington Post and Fox News Magazine.

What They Feature

Interviews with various designers about Feng Shui compliant design

Articles about Feng Shui based design for example one on aligining energies in an office

Some generic posts about Interior Design for example one on design trends in 2019

35. French By Design

(https://frenchbydesignblog.com/)

Contact

Email: contact@frenchbydesignblog.com

On-site form: https://frenchbydesignblog.com/contact

Social Media

Based out of

San Francisco, United States

About

Ever since she redecorated her very first house in Provence, Siham has had a taste for interior design. Now based in San Francisco, she maintains her design beliefs that authenticity and human connection matter the most. French by Design tries to help people ‘live authentically and surround [themselves] with beauty

What They Feature

Posts on design trends

Home tour posts like one on Hasbrouck House

‘Weekend links’ posts including various interior design focused webpages

‘5 simple steps’ type article focusing on interior design

Some very specific posts like a post on ’20+ interiors using Pantone’s 2018 Ultra Violet’

36. L’Essenziale

(https://essenziale-hd.com/)

Contact

Email: anna@essenziale-hd.com

On-site form: https://essenziale-hd.com/contact-me/

Social Media

Based out of

Marbella, Spain

About

Anna Kovalchenko trained in interior design at the KLC School in London. She considers herself an ‘international person’, yearning to learn about various countries and accordingly her blog is dedicated to all things interior design all across the world, aimed at students, practioners and ordinary people looking to get something designed.

What They Feature

Home tours

‘Complete guide to’ and ‘5 tips to’ type of posts relating to specific interior design topics

Posts on colors are of two type – some study a particular shade, for example a post on ‘mint green’ and some are more broad-based for example one on ‘incorporating neutral tones in interior design’.

Design trends posts, for example a few on minimalist design

Product posts for example one on adjustable beds

Posts on DIY

Educational corner featuring book reviews and factual posts

37. Interior Style Hunter

(https://interiorstylehunter.com/)

Contact

Email: info@interiorstylehunter.com

On-site form: https://interiorstylehunter.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

London, United Kingdom

About

Grant Pierrus is another graduate of the KLC School in London (Anna Kovalchenko being the other one). Grant loves exploring brands. He also believes that everybody should be able to understand design and Interior Style Hunter is his attempt at explaining the principles of design to anyone who wants to understand.

What They Feature

Interviews with interior designers

Posts on design idea and rules (like a few on Feng Shui compliant design)

A section on ‘luxury design’ featuring relevant ideas and events for those looking for looking for such design

A section for business-related posts that interior designers will find relevant, like a post on the importance of content marketing for interior designers and one announcing the launch of a luxury property competition platform

38. Fresh Design Blog

(https://www.freshdesignblog.com/)

Contact

Email: freshdesignblog@gmail.com

On-site form: https://www.freshdesignblog.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

United Kingdom

About

Fresh Design Blog is a contemporary home interior design blog run by Rachel Newcombe, a home, interiors and property writer. It focuses on bargains and brainwaves for designing homes and gardens. It always keeps an eye out for bargain buys and deals that people on a budget will find handy. Finally, the blog does feature occasional content from other bloggers.

What They Feature

Interviews with people associated with interior design

Practical posts like ‘7 reasons to..’ and ‘5 steps to..’, budget design ideas and so on

Posts discussing design facts and theory like one on the influence of the Bauhaus movement

Posts on specific design aspects like one on using wall panels in bathroom design

39. Happy Interior Blog

(https://happyinteriorblog.com/)

Contact

Email: happyinteriorblog@gmail.com

On-site form: https://happyinteriorblog.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Munich, Germany

About

Igor Josifovic believes that a beautiful home of our own and a healthy lifestyle are key to happiness. It was with that in mind that she started Happy Interior Blog in 2011. The blog is international in scope and features interior design, decoration, styling (and travels and plants) all aimed at creating a beautiful home where people can live happily.

What They Feature

Before and after type posts based on renovation and similar works

DIY posts featuring project ideas, ‘what to buy’ type posts and so on

Home Envy posts featuring tours of homes

40. House Nerd

(https://house-nerd.com)

Contact

Email: maya@house-nerd.com

On-site form: https://house-nerd.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Perth, Australia

About

Maya Anderson is a journalist-turned-blogger from Australia who’s been writing about homes, renovations, architecture and interior design for a long time. She loves to blog about renovations, DIY, cool shops and interesting people.

What They Feature

Home tours

Home Envy series featuring mostly makeovers, renovations and home improvement including one on a ‘Nature Inspired Eco House’

Some articles offering advice on some very specific topics like one on white paint (‘How to choose the right white paint for your house’)

‘Our House’ series featuring…yep, you guessed correct, work done on Maya’s own house

41. York Avenue

(https://yorkavenueblog.com/)

Contact

Email: jackie@yorkavenueblog.com

On-site form: https://yorkavenueblog.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

New York City, United States

About

Jackie Clair believes that it’s the small and simple things that make life beautiful. And it’s such things that she writes about in her blog York Avenue.

What They Feature

Tips on Interior Design issues

Book reviews (books on both Interior Design and other topics)

Designer I Love series

Design events, particularly the Hampton Designer Showhouse

42. Jane Lockhart

(http://www.janelockhart.com/)

Contact

Email: info@janelockhart.com

On-site form: https://www.janelockhart.com/about/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Mississauga, Canada

About

Jane Lockhart Interior Design is an award-winning interior design firm that offers clients premium level knowledge, creativity, and competency through all phases of [your] project. – From the website

What They Feature

Tips-type articles, makeover articles and other kinds of articles based on

Design philosophy and ideas

DIY

Events

Products

Contact

Email: info@dkorinteriors.com

On-site form: https://www.dkorinteriors.com/contact-us/

Social Media

Based out of

Miami, United States

About

DKOR Interiors is a top residential interior design firm in Miami. Their blog features a whole host of design topics as well as some non-design themes.

What They Feature

Tips and trends

Design process (explains how particular designs are/were carried out)

Designer life (Design events, outfit ideas etc)

Shop (Commercial content; links where people can buy design-related items)

Dkoristas (Miscellaneous topics ranging from Valentine’s Day ideas to table-setting ideas)

44. Lobster and Swan

(https://lobsterandswan.com)

Contact

Email: jeska@lobsterandswan.com

On-site form: https://lobsterandswan.com/contact/

Social Media

Based out of

Someplace in East Sussex, United Kingdom

About

Lobster & Swan is a lifestyle blog, one of the very first to be based in the UK. Jeska created it in 2007 to write about a whole range of topics ranging from recipes to design.

What They Feature

DIY Tutorials

Interior design

[Our] home (featuring work she’s done on her own home)

45. Dear Designer’s Blog

(https://deardesigner.co.uk/)

Social Media

Based out of

London, United Kingdom

About

Carole King started the blog around 2009 to collate and share things that inspire her.
She focuses on translating contemporary trends into workable schemes for home design.
The blog is listed as one of the top 10 interior design blogs in the UK.
Carole is also one of the founder members and a co-editor of Heart Home, the famous digital only interior design blog based in the UK.

What They Feature

Trends

New in store

46. The Design Sheppard

(https://www.thedesignsheppard.com/)

Contact

Email: stacey@thedesignsheppard.com

On-site form: https://www.thedesignsheppard.com/contact-me

Social Media

Based out of

Dartmouth, United Kingdom

About

Stacey Sheppard discovered the joys of interior design while writing for Designer Kitchen & Bathroom magazine and she’s been hooked on to design ever since. She set up The Design Sheppard to round up design projects, ideas and everything else she stumbled onto while researching for her articles for the magazines she works at. Gradually the blog has grown in popularity and has been mentioned by organizations such as Cision, Vuelio and HIBS100. She does invite people to write to her with article ideas for her blog.

What They Feature

Room Specific articles (like Bedroom, Bathroom)

Articles on specific Interior Design aspects (like lighting, heating and so on)

Interviews

47. Get In My Home

(https://getinmyhome.com/)

Contact

Email: emily@getinmyhome.com

On-site form: https://getinmyhome.com/contact/

Social Media

 

Based out of

Melbourne, Australia

About

Emily Osmond started this blog in 2012 while she was in a Master of Communication course. She grew to love design so much that since then she’s taken design courses at RMIT University and the International School of Colour and Design. In her blog Emily features contemporary Australian design ‘spaces and products’ and the people associated with them.

What They Feature

News (Emily’s guide to fairs, exhibitions and so on)

Guides (Quick DIY interior design upgrades/projects, Bargain Buys etc)

Accomodation (Home tours etc)

Australia Home (Interviews)

Products

48. Vosgesparis

(http://www.vosgesparis.com/)

Contact

Email: info@Amsterdamnext.com

On-site form: http://www.vosgesparis.com/p/advertising.html

Social Media

 

Based out of

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

About

To quote the blog itself, Vosgesparis is a blog featuring a fusion of specific design themes – ‘where minimalism and Scandinavian simplicity meets industrial and black‘.  The blog was founded by Desiree, the co-founder of w/ Style agency.

What They Feature

Residential/apartment design articles

Commercial/bar design articles

Coverage of specific exhibits at exhibitions like one on the exhibit by Frama at Stockholm Design Week 2019

‘Sneak peeks’ of specific exhibits like the one of the exhibit by NOR11 on 1st February 2019, which was to feature at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair from the second week of February

It’s clear that most designers follow some common trends.

An overwhelming consensus is that it’s important to let the client’s personality show in the design.

Some designers are choosing to adopt a contemporary baseline and then adding classic or modern elements in their design.

Light is a very important factor. Does the design warrant artificial lighting? Or should it be natural light that should be allowed to flow through the design area?

Did you like the work of anyone especially? Or did you spot a trend that you like? Feel free to comment below and get a lively discussion going on the interior designer to watch out for in 2019.

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