Spring has truly sprung this month in the interior blogging world with a vibrant collection of spring cleaning tips, refreshing home inspiration and new trends to get on board with. Here are our favourite interior posts to send your inspiration into overdrive from March…
You can’t walk down the high street at the moment without spotting one of our pink feathered friends. Flamingos are everywhere right now and are an incredibly fun trend to incorporate into your home. Interior Style Hunter shows you how to add the flamingo flair in a unique way in this post.
The LuxPad’s definite guide to interior design styles is all you need to read on how to recreate the hottest longstanding trends in your own home. From industrial to vintage, Scandi to coastal, all the big looks are here to explore.
You may already be familiar with the term ‘attic living room’, where those with limited entertaining space are looking to lofts for an additional room. Whether you create hideaway for yourself, a new guest bedroom or a playroom for your children, Adorable home has the inspiration covered in this article.
The hotter months are nearly here and it’s not long until we can pack our beach bags and head for the sun, sea and sand. But what about creating a beachy look in your home? SF Girl by Bay has combine the beach look with modern style for this inspiration post which has us wondering if we too can add a surf board to our interior…
Rugs add texture and another dimension to our homes. In this post Cate St Hill shares her latest rug purchase which is perfectly on trend in its moody ink hues and also shares her top tips on finding the perfect rug for those look to update their living spaces.
In response to a single image he posted of the Canal House which received incredible attention, Martyn of Martyn White Designs has now posted the entire interior of the Amsterdam project renovated by HI-MACS® Quality Club Member Houthwerk BV, based on a design by Witteveen Architects.
No great piece of clothing is ever complete without an equally stunning home to house it, so in this post Laurel & Wolf exhibit the most exceptional examples of home dressing rooms to store your most prized possessions.
Statement lighting is huge at the moment and as the perfect finishing touch to any room, its popularity is showing no signs of abating yet. Filled with essential inspiration and three must-read tips, make sure you check this post out before delving into the confusing statement lighting world.
Perfection can at times ring false in the interior world, with aged, vintage interiors more often than not offering a more interesting look. Here Dear Designer discovers the beauty of decaying/unfinished walls to add a unique touch to your home…
This instalment of Dine and Design is a round-up of seven restaurant interiors which combine artistry and food. With many on the list the creation of prestigious architectural and design firms, the venues are certain to be amazing and will have gourmet food offerings to match.
Growing Spaces’ new living room display has our creative juices flowing for what we can tweak and adapt in our own homes to make a small change with big impact. Centring on an antique medicine cabinet, the small display finished with indoor plants in a charming addition.
Decorating a rented home is no easy task as many landlords won’t let you reach for the paint brushes or put anything on the walls. Anna at Don’t Cramp my Style is an expert on transforming rents properties into homes so her 7 simple tips article is perfect for those looking to refresh tired rented flats and houses.
A distinctly tropical trend for spring/summer, rattan reminds us of relaxed wicker chairs on holiday patios or swing seats in the trees. SF Girl by Bay’s style guide demonstrates how to add rattan flair which is experiencing a chic revival for 2016.
La Dolce Vita has explored Ham Yard Hotel, the 2015 IBA Awards venue, in her post from mid-March. A fabulously modern take on British style, the post explores Kit Kemp’s celebrated style in detail and showcases beautiful images of all the best spaces.
Are you ready for some colour inspiration that breaks all the rules? We certainly are which is why we love this post spotted on Wit and Delight. From subtle pops to bold walls, it explains how best to exhibit unique colour combinations without overwhelming the space entirely.
Bedrooms are supposed to be restful, relaxing havens, but with limited storage space in most home they are more likely to be filled to the brim with items that don’t fit anywhere else. Fifi McGee knows a thing or two about maximising storage space in a small room so has share her favourite tips to get more out of your bedroom.
Decorating children’s rooms can be even more difficult than decorating your own. With so many aspects to consider as your littles ones grow, from storage to decor that will still appeal to them in a few years’ time.
If you are a fan of Airbnb stays get ready to book your next trip when you see the aptly named New Zealand apartment The Beach Store. On the Kapiti Coast just outside of Wellington, this apartment looks straight onto the ocean and it’s impeccable retro interior styling makes for a charming stay.
In this post Inspired by This takes a tour of The Romanticist Studio’s Creative Director Roberta’s home office where she creates all of her fabulous designs. A mixture of statement stripes, minimalist Scandi and a hint of girliness, it is ideal inspiration for those looking to create their own home office.
Exploring the delights of Indian architecture and design, this post by Design Sponge includes a gallery with some of the finest examples of interior design from the colourful country. Based in 10 different cities across India, each space is a masterpiece in itself.
If you are lucky enough to have a high ceilinged home, this is the blog post for you. Equally as interesting to read if you don’t have a large space, Decorenvy’s post on split level rooms offers a new look at home styling across multiple floors for a truly unique space.
Kate Lavie shows us her five favourite corners of her home in this post which includes her fabulously fun barcart and brand new gallery wall. The white, grey and marble bathroom is also not to be missed…
Spring is here and it’s time to update your interior. The perfect time of year to have a clear out and freshen-up your decor, A Residence Blog has been looking at ways to really bring the season into the home in March.
Sure to inspire wanderlust at every turn, The LuxPad have rounded up the most spectacular houses from across the globe to get us dreaming about living abroad in our dream home. From Japan to Argentina, there are so many types of property in so many different styles that you’ll be striving to build your own paradise in no time.
Celebrating a year in the interior styling world Sarah Akwisombe interviews two-time winner of the IBA Best Interior Designer/Stylist Award Lucy Gough in this post from early March. Providing valuable nuggets of information for both Sarah and those looking to get into the styling business, it lets you peek behind the curtain of this fast-paced industry.