Summer is here! The sun truly had his hat on in July, schools broke up for the holidays and the US had a splendid 4th of July weekend meaning this month’s top posts are filled with sunny inspirational designs to get us all in the summer mood. Discover July’s top interior blog posts…
The US celebrated Independence Day in style this year with even more fun, food and fireworks than ever before. Coastal Style has taken the holiday to another level with Fourth of July decor inspiration to make sure your home celebrates too…
With the amount of kitchen gadgets available in the shops today, it is extremely easy to overload your kitchen causing a cluttered environment. This post provides a tidying solution to clear the room and get rid of clutter for good.
Pastel shades combined with harsh industrial elements is a trend we are seeing more and more of in the interior world, making this post by My Warehouse Home perfectly timed. Check out these fabulous examples of the look.
Blank walls in the home can be a nightmare to decorate and add glamour to, Better Decorating Bible has found a selection of ingenious designer-tested ideas to transform any open wall space into a thing of beauty.
The 4th of July weekend has inspired Coco Cozy to revamp the living spaces she uses the most which includes the living room. What she discovered is that a built-in bookshelf is a fabulous design tool and ticks all the boxes for a living room redesign.
This blog post by Melina Divani on Decoholic explores The Prairie by Rachel Ashwell, a rustic home dating back to the mid-1800s which has been transformed by the designer’s maximalist shabby chic style.
The current love of wallpaper is still going strong well into 2016 and the bolder the better. In this post Decor8 has gathered eight examples of striking exotic wallpapers to get your inspiration flowing.
As the Live Loud Girl team wind down for the summer months, they take a look back at some of their favourite styling projects of the year. With beautiful photography of effortlessly stylish rooms, their projects inspire plenty of interior inspiration.
The garden is the most important home space this season as we all rush outside to enjoy the good weather, here Anna from Angel in the North shares the inspiration behind her own garden makeover.
Jacquelyn Clark of Lark & Linen loves unexpected interiors, from a burled oak island in a contemporary kitchen to monochrome themes in historic properties. Here she shares this 1886 Swedish apartment which has been lovingly restored.
Stella Interior Design welcomes July with a look a couple’s beach home in Bridgehampton, New York. Featuring an impeccable, contemporary take on coastal design, it makes you long for your own seaside home.
We have been educated on the importance of buying local produce when it comes to food, now it’s time for an education on the British flower industry! With over 80% of flowers sold in the UK from overseas, this handy post shows you how to find beautiful home grown bouquets to support the UK industry.
An interior goal for many is to finally be able to open the doors on your very own walk in wardrobe. But how do you even go about designing one in the first place? La Maison Jolie answers some very important questions…
Overhauling your entire interior style can be such a daunting prospect that the majority of us will just stick with the same design we have for far too long. Gina of Style Curator has recently achieved the unthinkable and demonstrates how it’s done.
We are only just halfway through 2016 and interior trends for the home in 2017 are already emerging, here The Interior’s Addict has rounded up ten top trends to look out for in the coming months.
Having just bought her first home Lucy of Fashion Me Now’s attention has officially shifted to all things home. Discover Lucy’s beautiful digital mood board that she has shaped for her own home…
Choosing a colour scheme for the home doesn’t have to involve a variety of colours to look effortlessly chic with many designers now opting for tone-on-tone palettes. From mystic blues to blush pinks, take a look at the best single colour schemes.
We love a statement painted ceiling at the moment and in this post No Glitter No Glory has sought out the best examples to be found on the net, enjoy!
Pia Orr from Finnterior Designer gave an expert tour of The Royal Crescent in Bath this month and it has us rushing to try and book a stay too. The Wedgwood blue bar is particularly spectacular in our eyes…
Moving into and decorating your first home can be a daunting experience. However, there is no need to panic if you are in this situation thanks to Utility Design’s handy first time buyers decorating guide.
A bold clash of pattern in interiors can look superbly chic in any situation. In this post Italian Bark has gathered together a vibrant infusion of tiles, paisleys and more for the bright imagery seen this month.
We say this all the time, but a stylish home office is a must for any blogger and we are therefore always looking high and wide for the best office ideas out there. Here are fifteen of them for you to feast your eyes upon.
Roost Blog went back to the 80s this month with this fun themed teen room post. Never taking itself too seriously, the 80s was full of bright colours and patterns that are having a bit of a resurgence this year – perfect for teenagers.
Gone are the days of the man shed full of gardening equipment and tools and the she sheds are now ruling supreme. Here Ella Claire shares the most beautiful she sheds out there, which is our favourite summer garden trend.
The Parisian sense of style is envied the world over for its timeless elegance and sophistication. If you are looking to infuse your home with chic French style then look no further than Victoria of Apartment Number 4’s How To on the topic…