May has been an exciting month with bank holidays, a royal wedding and some more hotter than average spring weather which seems to have put us all in a good mood. There seems to have been a focus on design ideas for small spaces last month which are must-reads for most of us, take a look at our favourite posts from May…
Rambling Renovators have been taking part in the One Room Challenge over the last five weeks with Jen adding the final finishing touches to the master bedroom last month. Take a look at the details.
Many people dream of becoming an interior designer, but how many actually have what it takes? Zoe Hewett takes a look at the skills you need to make it.
Kate from Centsationale Style has been getting this Las Vegas property ready for sale and here she showed her amazing transformation of one of the property’s bathrooms.
A barn door is a beautiful inclusion in both rustic and industrial interiors and when done right they can be incredibly stylish, like this pale blue and gold version on Rooms for Rent Blog.
Interior refreshes don’t have to mean a whole room or large area, it can simply mean spending time on just a small corner to instantly revamp your style like this post from Blooms Bites Beautify.
Our furry friends deserve some design flair too in their living spaces like these DIY dog pedestal feeders we spotted on Room for Tuesday, we love the doggy portraits too!
Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies has been antiquing from a very young age when she went antique hunting with her mum, here she shares the thrill of the hunt…
The placing of throw pillows can be a challenge as a sofa or bed can quickly descent into messiness if done wrong. DKOR Interiors share their top tips for throw pillow perfection.
This little boy’s room is a delight to explore and full of fun antique treasures which provide an unusual twist to the decor. Take a peek for kids’ bedroom inspiration.
This sleek monochrome kitchen is chic in its own right but the finishing touch of the cool pink bar stools really make the room come alive.
We Love Home delves into the world of botanical prints which is set to be a big trend again this year. Here she shows how to the style the look which featured in Good Home Magazine.
Lazy Daisy Jones shares the story of her ever evolving kitchen and dining room in this post which she found from 2016 but had never published, so here’s the finished post!
This year, Jen from City Farm House has created a new addition to her garden – a herb bar! A mini herb garden if you will, it’s a one stop shop for summer seasoning and looks beautiful too.
Francoise et Moi’s bedroom has been a long time coming, but now it’s done it’s time to show it to the world. We love the cosy rustic feel with subtly textured walls and natural details.
It goes without saying that your home should be a peaceful retreat from the outside world, so here Boreal Abode demonstrates how to make sure your home is your happy place.
Is there anything more sumptuous than a luxury boutique hotel room? But why are they just reserved for hotels? Sarah from Girl About House offers some top advice for transforming your own room into a hotel suite.
17. How to Translate Abstract Decorating Inspiration to Your Home (My Step by Step Process) – The Casa Collective
In this unique post from May, The Casa Collection looks at how you can get inspiration from anywhere for your interior, including abstract art. Find out how to pick key elements from your favourite works to create new interior schemes.
Small rooms can be the bane or any homeowner’s life, but with these top tips from Kylie M Interiors you can transform the smallest of spaces from cramped to chic.
The LuxPad shares their top modern design ideas for bedrooms in this post from May. From glam to colourful, there ideas and tips from experts to suit every taste.
Style Mutt Home took a tour of reader Lisa’s chic Scandinavia style home last month and we have fallen in love with the beautiful simplicity of the rooms too.
Topology were talking the importance of mood boards on their blog last month as they believe it’s a very undervalued part of the design process. Take a look at how it can help you create a more cohesive interior scheme.
Natural rattan is back and Create Perfect couldn’t be happier to banish the brown plastic varieties which have been cropping up in recent years. Discover the natural look…
Another fantastic look at how to design small rooms, Fresh Design Blog focused solely on the heart of the home in this post about making the most of small living rooms.