The big day is so very nearly here and this month the interior blogging world has been filled with fun, festive posts and many looking ahead to the New Year. Here are our top interior blog posts of December 2017 to get you even more into the festive spirit…
Part of the bHome Holiday Blog Tour, Maison de Cinq shared their family room decorations which is filled with sophisticated neutrals and delicate festive frosting throughout.
The Design Twins took part in the Magical & Merry Blog Hop this year and in their contribution Julie and Jodie shared their festive decorations from around their home which are to die for…
Oscar Bravo Home is in charge of the festive table decor this year instead of the cooking this and here he shares tips for making the meal as cosy as possible.
After a bit of a troubled start to December, Louise from Birds and Lilies shared her to do list for December which inspired us all in the stressful run up to the festive season.
The LuxPad took a look at styling four very different Christmas gatherings this month using Amara’s own festive trends Kitschmas, Midnight Jewel, Hideaway and Winter Blush.
Part of the Meaningful Holiday Home Tour, House Updated shared this post on their 2017 festive decorations that where largely fresh and bright white with lots of foliage and a hit of red.
Many bedroom decorating ideas come straight from luxury hotel designs and make for a fabulous guest experience in your own home. Italian Bark explores the top trends for 2018 to influence bedroom redesgins.
It can be so easy to get carried away with the festive decor each year especially in rooms which should stay restful like the bedroom. Cassie Fairy shows you how to not go OTT…
No Christmas will be complete without a bar cart to whip up your favourite festive cocktails. Finnterior Design shows you how to turn yours into a key part of your festive decor.
The interior blogging world was abuzz with the newly released Panton Colour of the Year in December. Here Fawn Interiors showed us how to use the shade in the home.
Forward Features sat down with Houzz at the Miele Experience Centre to discuss the trends for the new year, but first they explored if those predicted at last year’s event rang true.
Perfect for some last minute Christmas inspiration, this post by Polly Rowan has a selection of fabulous ways to get in the festive mood just in time for the big day.
Old Fashioned Susie casts her eyes back over 2017 in this post from December which saw her undertake numerous DIY and home improvement projects. We hope she has some time now to relax!
Malcolm from designsitynine shares his top tips for festive decor in this post from Christmas craft to lights, lights and more lights. How many have you exhibited this year in the home?
It can be so difficult to choose a Christmas colour scheme, especially with so many beautiful ones this year. Here Kate from The Home Design School runs through her favourites.
Jess from Domicile 37 has opted for a distinctly orange tablescape this Christmas which includes fabulous statement tassels suspended with fresh green foliage above the table.
One DIY project to keep in mind for next year’s festivities, or how about making it this year with all the baubles now in sale ready for 2018?
Also taking part in the Meaningful Holiday Home Tour this year was Erin from Francoise et Moi, she loves taking a nosey at other people’s festive decorations and this time she has gladly shown her own too…
Is there anything better at Christmas time than all the beautiful festive fragrances? No we don’t think so either so we loved Burkatron’s post on how to cook up your own home scent.
Another fantastic festive project to save for next year is this adorable Christmas pudding pom pom which will be charming in on any tree.
If you’re looking for some last minute inspiration for the table centrepiece look no further than this post on upcyclist. It’s breathtaking what you can do with a branch and some baubles!
We couldn’t get enough of these fresh and simple holiday decorations on Maison de Pax this month and especially the frosted tree which we have our sights on for next year.
Your home deserves a treat at Christmas just as much as you do, so take a look at Cityscape Bliss’ top tips from investing in new curtains to having a fresh smell in the home each day.