Jul 23, 2014 02:32
by Joanna Barry
A call-out to all would-be domestic goddesses! Hungry for some home-decorating inspo? While away your afternoon with this roll call of blogs and websites. Whether you’re planning to give your home a top-to-toe makeover (or just dreaming about it), they’ve tips for making your humble abode the ultimate sanctuary. Get a glimpse into other people’s digs, get quick-fix DIYs and peek countless home accessories to add to your wish list. There’s something for every budget. Click forth and be prepared to ‘Save As’ to your desktop, over and over.
Decor8 Daily has great tips for adding texture and intrigue to a room in the form of quirky wallpapers, fabrics and splashes of colour and pattern. Though you’ll find lots of items featured on Etsy, we just love the website’s store guide – a directory of must-visit home stores that have been categorised city-by-city.
Appealing to our voyeuristic side, Todd Selby gives us a glimpse into the incredible homes of artists, designers, chefs, musicians and other cooler-than-thou creative brains.
This is one for anyone who appreciates distinctive décor. The work of Australian relationship therapist Claudia Stephenson, it features her current obsessions and inspirations, along with peeks inside her amazingly colourful home and workspace.
A favourite among crafty folk, Design Sponge features sneak peeks of unique interiors, micro-trend reports and lots of DIY love.
Want bookshelf porn and interiors that’d win #throwbacktuesday? Then look to the retro-inspired furnishings featured in e-magazine, Matchbook. As well as their ‘Décor’ offerings, there are nifty outfit ideas and recipes to boot!
Californian blogger Victoria Smith describes her style as bohemian and modern. Think cosy, light-filled spaces with jolts of bright colour and plenty of plush furnishings. Smith often features guest bloggers so you get a mix of different styles.
Do you like streamlined home décor? Any lovers of minimalist design will appreciate their ‘Skim Milk’ category and learn about how products are made with their regular feature, Deconstruction.
Want to make the most out of a small space? You’re sure to pick up plenty of advice here. (Never have we wanted a loft bedroom so badly in our life.) Also check out Ohdeedoh, Apartment Therapy’s sister site dedicated to kid-friendly decorating.