Christmas is really creeping up on us now which has influenced much of the bloggersphere in November and has put us firmly in the festive mood. Also on the radar in November was of course Thanksgiving in the states and the opening of the UK’s very first Holiday House in London all of which were highlighted by interior bloggers and made for exciting reads throughout the month. Take a peek at the top interior posts of November…
The Villa on Mount Pleasant shared some beautiful imagery and tips on how to style vintage tiles in November which is a must read for fans of the charming look.
This open plan apartment on Hege in France has a fabulous loft-like feel with its open plan living space and it makes use of the available room easily.
A perfect mix of high design and approachability, this New York townhouse is a dream to explore and is home to Barney’s fashion director and her family. Take a peek on Apartment 34.
When setting your festive table it can be easy to forget the napkins, which are an essential for any meal. Make sure your napkins are as stylish as the rest of your table with this post from Centsational Style.
The interior blogging world was filled with Thanksgiving inspiration last month, like this last minute tablescape post from Cherished Bliss which is a fantastic look to remember for next year.
With even more fabulous dining inspiration (this is the season for food after all) Rooms for Rent have shared their dining room updates ready for the holidays.
The Buzz on Diane James Home highlighted one of their favourite interior designers, Sam Allen, this month and we can’t get enough of his chic use of colour and art work.
If you are looking to spruce up your bedroom in the New Year look no further than this post by Driven by Decor which talks you through each step.
Grey and Scout stumbled across this Hamptons house whilst trolling through Pinterest on their hunt for their latest remodel and we have to agree – it’s perfect!
Golden Boys & Me shares a fun alternative to the classic canvas print with this metal version which sat pride of place above their mantelpiece for fall.
Sometimes our love of all things stylish can lead to less liveable situations, but here Farmhouse 40 share their top interior design tips which add to the living space.
Style Mutt Home took a tour of one of their reader’s home last month which had a chic laid back vibe making it the perfect place to unwind.
Live Stylish Daily showed us how to spice up our gathering spaces this month from living rooms and dining rooms, even to theatre rooms. Explore how to get your home ready for the Holidays…
The wall above your bed is a key design space that can’t be forgotten when designing the room. This post offers fantastic inspiration on how to make sure this area is as stylish as the rest of the room.
If you have had your current Christmas decorations for a while now or have moved to a new home and fancy a change, read The LuxPad’s post on how to update your festive look.
Design Sponge took the tour of Moorea Seal’s brand new Seattle shop and we love thesoft pink colour scheme and the arched dressing rooms which give the space a Moroccan feel.
The calming and sophisticated colour palette of this Mid-Century Modern LA Home caught our eye last month and if you’re a dog lover, there’s something in this post for you too!
Autumn and winter interiors are all about cosiness and this post on Chromologist shows you how to make the most of the season in your home.
Daily Dream Decor showed us how to make our home office more feng shui in November to help promote creativity and work flow which is something we are definitely all for – what feng shui tips will you try?
The Christmas season is the perfect time to get creative so check out Lotts and Lots top festive makes to add some homemade charm to your home.
Pastels are BIG this year for Christmas. From blush pink to sage green, kraft & Mint have some fabulous ideas on how to decorate with the soft hues.
Annie Selke celebrates happy homes in this post and how you can bring more happy elements to your living space from creating a spa-like sanctuary to simply updating your bedding.
We found some fantastic affordable table styling ideas on TLC Interiors this month which included focusing on florals and the different trends you can add.
Holiday House London caused a storm when it launched in November with many in the design industry rushing there to take a look at the individually designed rooms. Sarah from Girl About House gave us an in-depth tour…