Love was in the air last month in the interior blogosphere from subtle pink hints to add a dash of Valentines to the home, to how to style tables for a stylish Galentine’s Day. Take a look at our favourite posts from February…
Natalie Holden Interiors rounded up their favourite romantic boutique hotels just in time for Valentine’s day last month, we can’t wait to try a few out!
Clay is greys softer, warmer cousin and according to Apartent 34 will be the next big thing in kitchen design. A fresh update on the grey phenomenon, it adds a subtle colour nod to the space.
These Four Walls took the tour of the PH House in Copenhagen in February. Named after Danish Designer Poul Henningsen who previously used it as a summer house, it’s now been transformed by Norm Architects.
Style Files explored the home of Norwegian blogger instagramer Ema Bihor last month which has all the Scandinavian design inspiration you could need plus chi hints of pink.
Galentine’s was even more popular than Valentine’s Day this year making it the perfect time to celebrate your friends. The sweet and stylish tablescape is just what you need for a girls’ night in.
Just a Little Build set themselves the task of transforming their holiday home’s mast bedroom in just one weekend last month, take a look at how they got on.
Dainty Dress Diaries had a fabulously romantic DIY project on the blog last month which will make a fantastic gift for any loved one.
The LuxPad asked the experts for some quick tips on how they update their homes for Valentine’s Day. Take a peek at the romantic additions…
91 Magazine explores Yorkshire based home store Maud’s House and catches up with owner Hattie Crook. Take a look and the warm and inviting store.
Karen from Making Spaces shared some mini home updates last month including the entrance hall, hallways and home office space.
A common wish for many people for their homes is to make certain areas larger. Here #Tidylife shares four top tips to make rooms feel bigger.
Emily from the Pink House is currently on a mission to redecorate her new London home and here she shared her eye-catching kitchen transformation.
Indoor plants will again be huge this year so how about turning your hand to creating this DIY box stand to make sure the rally stand out in the home?
Jess from The Hoppy Home shared her living room transformation on the blog this month which involved beautiful bespoke alcove cabinets and a big change to the fireplace.
Another chic transformation we spotted this month was on Very Me Interiors where Anne Marie affordably redecorated her bathroom adding a fun tropical touch.
Skirting Boards and Chandeliers shared their top tips on how to get the bedroom of your dreams from removing technology to adding a bit of hotel style.
Joel LaRosa was tasked with renovating an office space for the first time so set about creating a look which was a mix of Soho House and Mad About the House. Find out how it’s getting on…
Bookcases and shelves are a must for any home, but how do you make sure they always look styled to match the rest of your interior? Monica Wants it shows you how.
Super chunky hand knitted blankets have been all over our Instagram feeds this winter. Want to make one for yourself? Check out this tutorial from Bang on Style.
Design Milk took a tour of Piedra Sal last month which is one of the most beautiful restaurants in Mexico City.
Plaster and Disaster look back over their kitchen renovation from a year ago to go over their loves and regrets from the project. Perfect if you are look at updating yours soon.
Valentine’s decor doesn’t need to mean big changes for a single day, it could be as simple as a subtle pop of pink as Happy Happy Nester demonstrates in this blog post.
Interior Design rounds up the eight European Eateries with chic eclectic style for your next trip. Take a look at restaurants from Copenhagen to Linz.
Are you interiors obsessed and always looking for inspiration on Instagram? Topology have gathered their favourite interior hashtags for Instagram addicts to browse to their heart’s content.