We have seen a hint of spring in the interior blogging world over the last month which signals the new season is just around the corner. We saw so many fabulous posts in the month it’s always hard to choose just a few but here are our top 25 interior blog posts of February…
Minoop shows us why a laundry or utility room is so important in the home if you have the space and also exhibits some outstanding inspirational imagery to get you started.
Kate from Centsational Girl celebrates blush pink hues and her first Galentine’s Day in this post from February. With a selection of inspiring images, this post shows you how to avoid the little girl look when using the colour.
This interview and case study on The Socialite Family explores the home of Interior Designer Barbara Ghidoni and how the family used the raw and historical feel of the place to shape the current design…
On the IBA Blog we know the importance of a beautifully designed home work space so we are always on the lookout for new designs. This fabulous office by Design Soda really caught our eye this month!
Emily from Get in My Home demonstrates how a room can affect your mood and how to ensure that yours ticks all the happiness boxes from changing your lighting to adding some greenery.
Indoor plants are here to stay in 2017 and as we go into spring, now’s your chance to go green in the home. From getting plants off of the floor to grouping them together, find out how’s best to style them.
A home bar is an essential accessory for those that love to entertain. If you are tight on space, a bar cart is a fantastic compromise which doesn’t scrimp on style…
Headboards, dressers and nightstands are usually expensive but essential pieces of furniture for the home, here Driven by Decor has picked their favourite examples and how to style them.
The mantelpiece is an often ignored area in the home but lends itself to a wide range of interior stylings both permanent and seasonal. This post on Kelly Elko takes a look at the blogger’s spring mantel looks over the past few years.
We can be a bit too careful with our home decor at times and this blog post by L’Essenziale tells us to be bold for spring to reflect our personalities in our homes.
With all of the greenery and botanical trends out there at the moment keeping your home filled with fresh blooms and plants can be exhausting and expensive, but with the rise of realistic, high quality versions, is it now the faux flower’s time to shine?
This home tour on The White Buffalo Styling Co. gives a subtle nod to Valentine’s Day themed style by incorporating soft pink tones, we particularly love the touches in the kitchen!
Simple round mirrors are a strong style trend emerging this year and the bigger the better. Fabulous paired with bold patterns or dark hues, Styleophile has rounded up their favourite designs.
Jane Lockhart’s top rule for decorating your child’s bedroom is to let them have a say. This post contains excellent advice to guide you through each stage of their younger years.
This lighting advice post by professional interior photographer Joel Duncan is an essential read for anyone looking to update the lighting in their home. Showing how it can make or break a room’s look, the post covers ambient, task and accent lighting.
This stylish nursery reveal on Bumpkin Betty will have any new parents or parents to be inspired for their little one’s room, the hexagonal shelves are winners for us!
Moody hues look exceptionally stylish in dining rooms as these rooms lend themselves well to dramatic designs. Chock full of aspirational imagery, this post will have your reaching for the paint brush.
Mid-Century Modern design is a classic style but can be difficult to achieve to still be liveable. In this post, Pulp Design Studios explores one of their projects which centres on this style.
A hint of stripes is a perfect finishing touch to any interior scheme. Our Fifth House shows you how it’s done with a roundup of their favourite striped furnishings.
Grey has overtaken beige as the neutral colour of choice for many years now and this post on The DIY Play Book demonstrates how to accessorise the ever-popular grey sofa.
We love a room reveal and you really can’t beat a good before and after shot like this fantastic living room unveiling we spotted on Dwell by Cheryl.
DIY wall art is an inexpensive way to finish any room and is ideal for any large blank wall spaces. This pull-down style hanging is crafted from beautifully patterned wrapping paper and we can’t wait to try it.
The dining room is one of the top entertaining spaces in the home so should be carefully thoughtout before revamping. Here Naomi of Plaster & Disaster shares her final plans for her dining space and how the project is going so far.
It has long been thought that white and cream shouldn’t be mixed together in a discerning interior however as this post by Switch Studio proves, it’s just simply not true!