The interior blogging world has taken a festive turn this month as winter settles in around us. From how tos on making your own Christmas decorations to inspirational table settings for the season, interior bloggers are embracing the festivities and here are our favourite posts we found on our travels of the interior blogging industry this month…
If you’re worried about injecting some colour into the home, take a peek at Mairi Helena’s mood board masterclass which demonstrates how to choose complementing colours and tones from the endless spectrum.
When the weather starts turning colder it’s easy to start reaching for warming, rich colours but Topology London suggests neutrals are the way to go in the autumn to create a happy home.
There’s no need to dispose of tired or old fashioned chairs when you can reupholster them and give them a new lease of life. No Glitter No Glory shows you home how to refresh your old chairs with stylish flair.
Any room design is never complete without the final finishing touches, a fact the 2 Lovely Gays know only too well. The shelving of this 1930s property was in need of some styling to complete the look of one of their recent projects…
Advent calendars are one of the best things about December and we can’t wait to open ours for the first time today. If you are looking for something a little different this year, look no further than A Quiet Style’s homemade version.
Another festive DIY project to try this year is these lighted Christmas stars by the Navage Patch. A charming decoration for any room, they are a fun project to complete with the family.
Your usual Christmas decorations are getting a makeover this year and more & more quirky options are popping up all over the place. These ice skate decorations are perfect for those looking for something a bit different.
Speaking of unique advent calendars, Kraft Mint has rounded up their favourite options they’ve spotted this year from crafty numbers to bold statements.
If you’re stuck on where to start decorating your home this Christmas then look no further than this post from Decoholic which includes all sorts of tips and tricks for the festive season.
The US has been getting ready for Thanksgiving this month, meaning there has been tons of posts on how to get the home ready. Perfect for all autumn dining settings, Daily Dream Decor demonstrates ten stunning table settings that will make you wish we celebrated Thanksgiving in the UK too.
It’s the time of year for house guests which means it’s also time to sort out your guest room. Abigail Ahern shows us how to transform even the smallest spare room into a boutique hotel standard sleeping space.
We have arrived at party season, but what do you do if you’re the one hosting the party? Read Decor8’s top tips on decorating your home for a sparkling affair your guests will remember.
Jen from Love Chic Living explored her three favourite table looks for Christmas this year in her November post, check out bold & bright, monochrome & metallics and copper Christmas dining ideas.
We aren’t all graced with huge interior spaces to turn into winter wonderlands, so tips for decorating smaller spaces are always needed at this time of year, make sure to read Marilen Styles post on this topic.
Apartment Number 4 is more than ready for Christmas with her post on glamorous Christmas decor inspiration, we particularly love the glittering pink tree!
Christmas shopping can be a minefield with so many options bombarding you everywhere you go. This post on Paige Joanna will help you sort out your family and friend’s presents in no time.
Molly from Almost Makes Perfect has a fun Thanksgiving tradition she shared with us all this month which is all about immortalising the conversations had over the special dinner. From what you are most thankful for to a favourite dish, take a look at Thanksgiving Bingo.
Tis the season to be inventive with decorations and in this post Between Walls demonstrates how to create decorations using wallpaper to make sure your home has a unique look.
Scandinavian design is a hot Christmas decor trend for 2016 and is a minimalist yet stylish look for any space. Design Space shares their top five secrets to recreate the style this season.
French for Design is spreading the word of the ‘Green Christmas’ initiative which is taking place in San Francisco this year. Discover the idea of adopting a living tree for the festive period which will then be planted wherever the city needs it after the holiday season.
We have seen lots of alternative Christmas tree ideas this year in the interior blogging world which is a fantastic idea if the real thing is just not for you. Here is our favourite round up of alternative trees…
24. Interiors: My Christmas Present to Myself – A ‘Calm Luxury’ bedroom refresh – Posh Broke & Bored
Christmas isn’t only about gifting others, it’s about treating yourself too like Jasminne from Posh, Broke & Bored who has gifted herself a new bedroom design just in time for Christmas.
We all have our different stocking traditions and stockings are also an excellent way to decorate your home, One Kind Design has a host of fun and stylish designs to revamp your family’s collection if yours are getting a bit tatty.