The interior blogging world has been hit with Olympic fever this month and in particular Rio’s jungle climate. Tropical prints and settings galore, we are still well and truly clinging onto that summer feeling before the weather makes its way swiftly into Autumn and here are our favourite interior posts of the month…
Happy Interior Blog has tropical fever this month thanks to the attention on Rio. The perfect excuse to try out the tropical trend in the home, Igor shows you how…
Shelving is a fantastic DIY project for the home and with so many different styles and looks to choose from, the hardest part will be deciding on just one!
As we move towards more minimalistic interior trends, the need for a clutter-free home becomes paramount. Nonagon Style explores seven Zen principles to get your started on your home un-makeover.
A fabulous colour combination for both summer and winter, emerald and brass is the everyday opulence trend guaranteed to add glamour to the home. Gain some essential inspiration from this post.
Who doesn’t love a gallery wall? Whether you want to showcase your favourite prints or your treasured memories, a gallery wall adds intrigue to the room and Cozy Little House has six unique looks to check out.
With more of us living in small spaces, the trend for open plan living is only growing. Interior Style Hunter examines the best tips and ideas for these popular designs.
If you are looking for next hotel escape look no further than The Pink House’s Hotel Style Awards post. Rounding up the best venues in a host of categories, this post will have you booking your next trip in no time.
The tribal trend will be making a huge comeback next season and Seasons in Colour is on hand to help you get ahead of the game with the three best home pieces to invest in.
Artwork is so important for the home, from adding another dimension to a room or infusing a personal touch. Here 54 top interior experts share their essential tips to ensure you get artwork in the home right every time.
British House Rio was Team GB’s headquarters at the 2016 Olympics in Rio and British Style UK gave us the grand tour of the historic property…
If you’re searching for the Luxe look for less then look no further than this post by Bliss at Home. Certain not to break the bank, this post looks at home you can add affordable touches for a sleek style overhaul.
Home tours are a fantastic way to gain inspiration for your own home and this post by Laura Trevey has rounded up ten of the best so you don’t even need to go searching for them!
Lucite is a fabulous material that is gaining popularity in the home at the moment. From clear side tables to chairs, the material is sneaking into all kinds of interiors as demonstrated by Marcus Design Inc.
When stylists share their own homes with the world you know they are going to make you go green with envy and Danielle Witte’s Swedish home is certainly no exception.
The inspired Room is still in full summer mode as seen in this post which is choc full of summery design ideas that we simply can’t get enough of. We especially love the soft mint kitchen!
Just in case you were ever in any doubt about how much you wanted a pool house with a sparkling azure blue pool to go with it, this post will have your dream reaffirmed in no time!
No home interior scheme is complete without accessories for the perfect finishing touch. Considered the jewellery of the home, accessorising is an art and ML Interiors shows you how.
Textures are a fabulous way to add another layer to your interior design. Thick knitted or fluffy textures can at times overwhelm a space, but velvet is the go to material of the moment which looks chic in every setting.
In these hectic times it can be hard to schedule time for a long soak but this post by L’Essenziale shows how a few tweaks to your bath time rituals can transform your day.
21. 25 Interiors Experts Reveal their Top 3 Ways to Transition Your Home from Summer to Autumn – Nyde
Whilst we are still clinging onto the summer for a bit longer, it will be Autumn before we know it and Nyde have invited their favourite 25 designers to share their tips on transitioning your home for the new season.
Garden sheds have become one of the most sought after home additions this year and here Lobster & Swan shares one of the best creations we have seen yet…
Wallpaper is an excellent way to create a design statement without breaking the bank or doing anything too permanent to your home. Another great way to add the textured look, Style Curator has all the best designs covered.
Every home needs a touch of glamour here and there, and whilst it’s not the cheapest of looks to achieve there are ways to give your home the high-end look without the high price tag.