The UK is currently enjoying a heatwave that we are hopeful will last the rest of the summer, this means we have been seeing outdoors posts all over the interior blogging world and we can’t get enough of them. Take a read of our top interior blog posts of June…
Our first DIY of the month is this post we found on Edith & Evelyn. The salvaged lamp transformation is perfect for those that love vintage French style.
Victoria from Apartment Number 4 is an expert at decorating rented homes, read her tops tips on how to decorate without painting.
Jo’s old apartment was rented by her friend Gisela Gueiros who set about putting her own stamp on the place. Take a look at her distinctly Brazilian style…
Garden party season is upon us, which means we are starting to see must-read posts in how to decorate these al fresco settings. Read 4 simple ways to host a stylish garden party.
Campervan/RV renovations are becoming increasingly popular with many people choosing to live permanently in the tiny homes, this farmhouse inspired redesign needs to be seen!
Another key home update taking place across the pond is porch revamps for the summer months, discover these summer front porch decorating ideas.
Live Laugh Decorate shared another room reveal for their current client last month which was the room that has been changed the most. Explore the beautiful new kitchen.
Children’s bedrooms are some of the best spaces to really let your creativity fly. This mountain themed bedroom is fresh, fun and oh so cool.
Carmel’s home office space is a sight to behold, but on planning her next home’s floor plan she has realised she doesn’t need to dedicate a whole room to her office so she is now looking to combine office and dressing room – which is a mixed use we can get on board with.
10. 11 Steps to Resort Décor: How to Bring Vacation Vibes Home When you Can’t Get Away – Paper & Stitch Blog
We’d all like to be on permanent vacation wouldn’t we? Here Paper & Stitch blog shares their top tips for bringing the holidays to your home all year round.
Where do you even start when decorating a room? The task can be a daunting one, so Arie + Co have written how to decorate a room in 8 simple steps.
We found more outdoor decor ideas in the form of patio decorating on Modern Glam last month. Perfect for summer get togethers this season.
It’s arguable that no home is complete without a stylish home bar for entertaining, or just Saturday night cocktails. We fell in love with this home bar on Megan Pflug Designs and in this post she takes creating your own and how to stock it.
Emilie was just about to go on maternity leave in this post from June and here she shares a reflective look over the last few years and the key lessons she’s learnt in becoming a stylist.
For years we have been told to forgo old fashioned carpet and opt for sleek hard flooring, but is the fluffy stuff on the rise again? The Bold Place muses its comeback…
The LuxPad took a trip to Livingetc House Tours 2018 last month which included snooping through six beautiful homes in the Hackney area. Take the tour now.
Another fabulous DIY post we spotted in June was this one on Love Grows Wild which was for a wonderfully useful entryway bench.
Semigloss Design is a fabulous place to discover a host of crafty DIYs and we particularly love this decoupage dresser which has been given a floral update.
This post is a must read for those that want to inject some colour into their homes but have a fear of failure. Read Hello Peagreen’s write up on the House of Colour event for her top tips.
Wallpaper can be a decorator’s dream or their worst nightmare. The Ordinary Lovely has been coming round to the idea of wallpapering her bedroom, read her guide to overcoming wallpaper fear.
One of the most spectacular transformations we saw this month was Gold is a Neutral’s bathroom. Just the difference in the before and after is outstanding but we also can’t get enough of what she’s done with the space.