It’s September 1st which means it’s time to let go of those warm summer evenings and welcome autumn, and with a change in season, we welcome changes in the interior blogging world to prepare us for those chilly evenings. From chic makeovers to unbelievable transformations, here are our favourite posts from August…
There is nothing quite like a snug and cosy breakfast nook. With a distinctively rustic and antique feel, Belgian Pearls have transformed this breakfast nook into a cosy retreat that is ready for autumn and winter dining.
2. 50+ Ideas for Organising and Decorating a Small House, Townhouse or Condo – Just a Girl and Her Blog
Need some inspiration for organising and decorating a small house? Abby Lawson from Just a Girl and Her Blog shares 50+ ideas on how to turn the smallest of spaces from cramped to chic.
This is one for the most daring designers! Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess has created a luscious and dramatic faux living wall in her home office and you won’t believe the transformation.
Follow these tips on how you can use the same throw pillow year round in multiple spaces throughout your home to achieve pure pillow harmony just like Laura from Duke Manor Farm.
Another fabulous DIY post we spotted in August was this one on Dainty Dress Diaries. By simply replacing the bath panel and toilet seat, Catherine has transformed her bathroom into a soothing sanctuary.
I’m sure there are many of us who can relate to Tina from Upgrade Design who is the not so proud owner of a room of shame. If you are one of those people, then it’s time to follow Tina’s steps and get organising the worst room in your home.
We love a room makeover and seeing a design vision come to life. Juan from Boreal Abode shares his first ever room reveal with this contemporary living room makeover.
The Little Design Corner reveal how they transformed a boring playroom into a bold bedroom in this black and white boy’s room makeover.
Bre from Brepurposed shares her tips and tricks on how you can use shiplap to add character and interest to your interior in this charming office nook reveal. DIY has never looked so easy!
A must read for all parents and parents to be, Every Home is a Castle share their Scandinavian inspired bedroom that is fit for any little princess. The beautiful confetti rose wallpaper is a real winner for us!
It can be so easy to overthink a design project but Alice Wingerden shows that with a simple lick of paint, a little TLC and absolutely no remodelling, you can breathe new life into any dull bathroom.
Another bathroom renovation that we loved this month was from And Ruby Makes Four. After months of planning and renovations, she reveals her new and improved bathroom and shows just how important those finishing touches are.
Last month, A by Amara launched their AW18 trends, Midnight Garden and Architect. Explore the new trends and get all the interior inspiration you need for the new season.
Victoria Jackson’s Californian home office is a sight to behold. Bursting with a bold and fun colour palette and sumptuous textures, what’s not to love?
Are you looking to revamp your garden but not sure how to spend your budget? Room For Tuesday offer help and guidance on what is worth saving money on, as well as those must-have items that you should definitely splurge on.
Last month we found more outdoor decor inspiration in the form of patio decorating on Gold is a Neutral. Check out this beautiful transformation from scruffy patio to glorious outdoor dining area.
What’s not to love about the dining bench trend? And what better way to embrace the trend than to design and create your own! Fall for DIY show you how you can make your own unique dining bench in a few simple steps.
Jojotastic have created this delightful summery brunch tablescape, complete with blossoming blooms, natural wood tones, raw linen and a subtle hint of metallic gold.
Another DIY post that we loved this month was from The Navage Patch. Follow their simple steps to create a dazzling light display in your garden. This is definitely one to remember for next summer!
After living in her little flat in Liverpool for just four days, Sophie Rosie shares a tour of her beautifully elegant and airy space and we just love how effortlessly pretty it is!
One of the most remarkable transformations we saw this month was Pink Peppermint Design’s kitchen. From a 1987 fixer upper to this stunning bright and airy kitchen, you won’t believe the transformation!
When Melissa stayed at The Poor Farm in Salida, Colorado earlier this summer, she just couldn’t get enough of the farm’s history. Take a tour around this beautiful Colorado farmhouse that is filled to the brim with antique charm.
Picking the perfect coffee table can be a daunting task with so many styles available. Emily Henderson has created a handy guide for choosing the perfect coffee table, along with 105 of her favourites, so you’ll definitely be able to make a choice after reading this!