It’s a brand new month in the interior blogosphere and we have taken a look back at some of our favourite posts of May. There was a distinctive move from minimalistic Scandinavian design last month with many bloggers looking to relaxed bohemian looks to see in the summer months…
Building or designing your perfect home is a dream many of us have but the real prospect of it can be very daunting. La Maison Jolie has ten handy tips for those about to take the plunge.
Breakfast nooks are a fun yet functional addition to any home and are at times much easier to fit in than a formal dining table. These five breakfast nooks on International Designs, Inc. will have you measuring up your kitchen for one.
This art-filled studio apartment was completely transformed by Maisha Design for the artist owner. Creating two separate bedrooms and an extra bathroom, it is now a comfortable space for London living.
Bohemian design is back for the home and we have seen numerous looks moving away from Scandi minimalism over the last few months. These styling tips are perfect for if you want to recreate the style in the home.
This bright and airy Californian home is a joy to peek around. The navy and pink hues set against the earthy undertones, form a chic colourscheme along with charming rustic finishes.
This lake side Canadian home is the ultimate escape destination. Called the Lake Joseph Boathouse, it has been designed by Altius Archtects and includes a floor to ceiling glass lookout point, roof terrace and own private boat docking stations.
Dark coloured walls are effortlessly chic in any room in the home. Daunting at first if you aren’t used to decorating with rich colour, once you start you won’t stop as proved by Organise My House.
This beautiful tray spotted on Fall for DIY will infuse any space with subtle handmade design. With just a few simple steps, this DIY post is easy to follow and the end result can be displayed on coffee tables, dressing tables to hold jewellery or even hung on a wall for an arty display.
You all know those outfits you see on celebrities which shouldn’t work, but somehow they just do. Well, this phenomenon happens in the interior world too! Laurel & Wolf explores the chaotic interiors which shouldn’t work but miraculously do.
This home tour on Hello Nancy delves into the home of Kay from Kinship Creative. In the Essex countryside, Kay’s home has a distinctive Scandinavian feel and is filled with a mixture of modern and vintage pieces.
Gallery walls are still a lusted-after interior feature but can be notoriously hard to plan and set up. This how to guide we found on From Evija with Love walks you through all of the steps to creating a fabulous gallery wall in your home.
Summer dining settings are always the most fun to style as you can go crazy on colour and pattern. This summer table on Annie Selke and complementary cocktail recipes have us dreaming of long summer evenings.
Part of My Home Style’s blog hop, this hop is focused on what makes a blogger’s style theirs and our first point of call is PMQ for Two exhibiting her colourful home style.
Haneen’s Heaven was also part of Casa Watkins Living’s blog hop and her post on her own personal style is all about mixing styles to create the collected look she is known for.
The start of the My Home Style blog hop, Casa Watkins Living has explored how using many different styles in your decorating come together to form your own personal look which should be celebrated.
Last but certainly not least of our favourite posts from the My Home Style blog hop is the vintage and global bohemian style as shown by Corinna on A Designer at Home. Take a look at the eclectic home…
We love a before and after post on the IBA Blog and this one on Ever so Britty ticks all the boxes. The end result is a fresh and stylish guest bedroom that visitors will never want to leave.
The mighty pineapple is here to stay in 2017 and Design. Dining. Diapers has gone one step further by throwing a pineapple party. From bunting and stools to delicious pineapple cupcakes, this is definitely a party you want to be invited to.
We have more boho inspiration in the form of a soothing nursery on Live Loud Girl. With a unique rattan cot and warm eclectic touches, it is a wonderfully different look for your little one’s room.
Is there anything better than a spring floral arrangement to brighten any room in the home? We don’t think so and this beautiful display will have you rushing out to buy your favourite blooms.
Another fabulous before and after to sink your teeth into, this kitchen on Well I Guess This is Growing Up is the perfect mix of chic and personality, making it a fabulous family space.
A fabulous inspiration piece, this post on Oh What’s This demonstrates how stripes are the way to go if you want your garden to ooze hotel glamour. Check out all of the chic imagery from top hotels around the world.
This room on Domicile37 is part of the One Room Challenge hosted by Linda from Calling it Home. Spanning six weeks, take a look at the vision boards, final reveal of the space and how she got there.
A dash of gold adds glamour to any room and polka dots are fabulous for young children’s bedroom as they are still infused with a sense of fun. This girl’s bedroom makeover is wonderful inspiration if you are looking to update your little one’s room.
Living in an apartment can often mean forgoing storage space. This post by Marilen Styles shares five top tricks to incorporate more storage into your flat or small house.