The clocks have now gone forward and we are all enjoying additional daylight hours. It appears that that bloggers have been inspired by the longer days and they have been creating even more wonderful content we are dying to share. Here are our favourite interior posts for the month of April…
From hints of nature to a huge bookcase/home library, Amy of Salt and Chic, in her recent post, delves into the elements her dream home would have and she shares some top tips on how to realistically achieve those Pinterest goals.
Hannah of Hannah in the House caught up with interior designer and stylist Laura Trøstrup on a recent trip to Copenhagen and this post takes a look at Laura’s chic studio full of stylish office design elements…
Celebrating the beauty of natural design and tones, Design Hunter reviews the new Summer Home Edit from John Lewis which taps into the seasonal shift we have seen since the clocks went forward. Think golden tones and nature infused prints.
Bright white can be a tricky colour to work with, with many rooms overpowered by the stark shade. Nancy from Marcus Design shares two of her favourite examples of bright white spaces which really work for those looking to take the plunge with the airy scheme.
Kimberly of Swoon Worthy’s post is all about living with pets and how to make sure your home can remain styled to perfection even with furry friends running around. From having two vacuum cleaners to enforcing ‘no-go’ areas, it is an essential read for design enthusiasts who are also animal lovers.
They may not be at the forefront of interior design, but LED lights are seriously going up in the world. The money saving, energy efficient lighting options are quickly replacing traditional bulbs and this post by Stacey Corrin gives comprehensive reasons as to why you should switch over.
First wallpapers received the patterned treatment and now it’s carpets’ turn to bask in a patterned revival. Bianca from French for Pineapple shows us how to work animal print carpets into the home, what do you think of this new trend?
Apartment 34 know how to transform any space into a glamorous dwelling and in this post Erin demonstrates how a subtle hint of blush can make all the difference in the home.
The sun may be on its way this month but that doesn’t mean you need to abandon cosiness at home, so make sure you read Decoholic’s top tips on how to add a warming feel to any room and the colour combinations are exquisite.
In case you haven’t already seen The Intern, it is full of fabulous interior inspiration from Anne Hathaway’s enviable brownstone to the airy, industrial office space. This post gives you the low-down on the spaces designed by Nancy Meyers and Green Eyed Girl’s top picks for recreating the looks.
This post by Fresh American Style takes a look at why coastal blues are always on everyone’s favourite colour lists. From the calmness and serenity of the hues to blue’s suitableness for any situation, it’s no wonder it’s the colour we frequently look for when decorating.
A must read post for spring, Laurel & Wolf have matched a huge range of beautiful bouquets to a selection of living room styles to help you choose the best blooms for the new season.
Babies’ nurseries are having a style revival of late, with bright new ideas for your little ones’ first rooms popping up all over the place. We particularly love this black, white and coral nursery spotted on Inspired by This…
14. 4 Ways to Make Your Child’s Room Special – Oh So Amelia
Oh So Amelia takes children’s room design to the next level with her post on how to make sure your little treasure’s room is infused with personality by swapping some key elements for personalised pieces.
A wonderful example of industrial style meets bohemian chic, Pia Ulin’s Brooklyn apartment is a joy to discover in this post on Nordic Design, we especially love the spacious open-plan feel.
One of the world’s top architects sadly passed away this month but her design legacy will live on and is explored in this article on Amara’s online magazine The LuxPad.
17. Windows – Make or Break Your Home Design – Noah and the Girls
The devil is in the details and there is no detail in a room that can have more of an effect on the overall look than the windows. Noah & the Girls demonstrate how choosing the right windows can make or break a redesign.
The hunt is truly on for luxurious hotels which are also eco-friendly and no establishment does this better than 1 Hotel in New York. Part of a new hotel brand focusing on sustainability in the hospitality world, it is a breath of fresh air for the hotel industry.
Rachael Taylor’s Instagram round-up is a fantastic clash of colours which will provide endless inspiration for decorating projects. From crazy patterns to mix and match colours, it shows how adventurous people are now getting with their homes.
Gallery walls are the hottest thing to do with your walls at the moment and this post by Bodie and Fou shows you how to hang your pictures in the perfect way. Don’t miss the handy templates at the bottom!
The benefits and joys of creative friendships are vast and varied; here Candy Pop explores why getting to know like-minded creative people is essential for interior bloggers.
Entrance hallways are the gateways to our homes and are the first room guests see when they visit, make sure yours is up to scratch with these inspirational images from Katrina Lee Chambers.
This month Recycled Interiors got to know Yvette, the blogger behind The Stylist Splash in this intriguing interview. A fantastic read for those looking to embark on an interior blogging career…
Another fantastic resource for new bloggers, Bright Side have collated this handy guide of some of the key design styles from Provence to Art Deco to help you remember what’s what.
This glamorous retro kitchen is a sight for sore eyes for those used to the current trend of ultra-modern kitchen spaces. Including palm tree columns, blush pink splash backs and bold pops of green it is a unique room to take a peek at.