Creating a warm, welcoming home is easier than ever thanks to home decor bloggers sharing their favorite tips, tricks and products with us. It’s easy to get trapped in click-bait sites when all you want is to get another opinion on the best paint color for your bedroom. We’ve eliminated that problem by collecting 25 links of the best home decor design blogs online today and telling you what we love about them.
Take your time checking out each of these fabulous DIYers. You will find budget decorating experts, home interior gurus, TV stars and creative folks you may have never heard of. Be sure to bookmark your favorites and visit them often to stay on top of all the current design trends.
25 Home Decor Blogs for All Your Interior Needs
1. Addicted 2 Decorating
Budget-oriented decorating blogger, Kristi Linauer, created Addicted 2 Decorating to share her projects and ideas. This blog focuses on DIY projects that people of all skill levels can accomplish on their own. Browse through the project gallery, go on virtual home tours and try out one of her simple projects today.
2. All Sorts Of
All Sorts Of is the online home of interior designer Amber Lewis from L.A.-based Amber Interiors studio. This blog features interviews with other creative experts, professional design advice and even provides Lewis’ personal fashion recommendations. If you love modern farmhouse style and laid-back living, this blog will be a great source of inspiration.
3. Apartment 34
Apartment 34 started in 2008 as a way for Erin Hiemstra to document the renovation of her first Seattle condo. Now based in San Francisco, Hiemstra has a worldwide following that adores her coverage of lifestyle topics from home interiors to beauty finds. With an expert eye for all that is visually pleasing, her blog offers much for fans of modern European style.
4. California Home and Design
If an eco-conscious lifestyle is important to you, California Home and Design has a lot to offer. Focusing on modern Californian design, the blog is produced by a team of creative professionals who love sharing their collective vision. California home tours, product recommendations and artist profiles inspire aspiring DIYers to update their homes in this signature style.
5. Centsational Style
Every project featured on Centsational Style looks like lawyer-turned-design-blogger Kate Riley spent a fortune. In reality, her ideas are affordable for virtually any budget. Riley shares tips and tricks she learns whenever she tries a new project or transforms a room. Project tutorials include ocean-inspired resin art, DIY shiplap and cyanotype diptych art.
For over 13 years, Cassandra LaValle’s coco+kelley blog has attracted followers who appreciate her “West Coast Refined” style. She describes her aesthetic as one that features clean, white walls and midcentury lines. Visit for home tours, lifestyle blogs, travel stories and scads of design advice.
Los Angeles native Colette Shelton—known as Coco—is a home furnishings designer, entrepreneur and design blogger. She states that her Cococozy blog is meant to “provide design and style inspiration with a personal and sometimes humorous approach.” Her topics cover every room in the house, from the kitchen to the bedrooms, and her style advice includes fashion recommendations. Follow her to see her latest projects, travel tours and frequently updated lists of “Coco’s Faves.”
8. Coco Lapine Design
Coco Lapine Design is a Scandinavian-inspired home decorating blog by Belgian interior designer, Sarah Van Peteghem. Based in Munich, Germany, Van Peteghem’s minimalist style is predominantly documented in black, white and monochromatic designs. Visit this blog for a large library of Scandinavian design tips, product recommendations and home tours.
9. The Design Files
Take a glimpse Down Under when you visit The Design Files, Australia’s most popular design blog since 2008. Headquartered in Melbourne, this blog rounds up a variety of home design and lifestyle tips provided by a team of contributors. Visit to enjoy artist profiles, product recommendations and a wealth of examples of beautiful transformations you can replicate in your own home.
10. Design Milk
An international hub of modern design style, Design Milk brings together the best art, architecture and interior design from around the world. The blog also features sections devoted to commercial interior design, pets, lifestyle topics and technology. Fans of modern, minimalist and contemporary design will find countless ideas to creatively maximize simplicity within their own homes.
The DPages blog attracts designers of all skill levels who appreciate architecture, art and design. Focusing on everything new and trending in the world of home décor, the blog is written by a team of interior designers. Subject matter includes lighting, furniture, textiles and landscape design. Their selection of home tours can help you narrow down your own personal design style.
12. Eye Swoon
Brooklyn, NY-based interior designer Athena Calderone is more than just an accomplished decorator. EyeSwoon features content celebrating the breadth of her creative gift, which includes being a skilled home chef, entertaining expert and master of tablescapes. Visit for high-end interior design and entertaining advice.
13. Hunted Interior
Atlanta-based blogger Kristen Jackson launched Hunted Interior to show people how to create luxurious interiors while staying on budget. The former international hotel designer showcases projects that always include a mixture of high and low pairings. Visit for affordable room makeover inspiration and new DIY project ideas.
14. The Inspired Room
The Inspired Room is an award-winning blog that has a strong following due to its focus on providing simple ideas for how to decorate and organize your home. With seasonal decorating advice, recipes, simple DIY projects and home tours, blogger Melissa vows to “help you create a home you can’t wait to come home to.” She includes product links to help you recreate the same atmosphere in your house or apartment.
15. Leanne Ford
Best known for her HGTV show “Restored by the Fords”, design expert Leanne Ford also manages an impressive blog. Her easy, laid-back style infuses its pages as she offers staging secrets, styling tricks and detailed source guides. Visit “The Projects” page to get in-depth information about dozens of Ford’s home decorating projects, including tips on how to re-create these looks in your own home.
16. Old Brand New
Old Brand New is the eclectic brainchild of L.A./New Orleans-based blogger, Dabito. His posts are like his personality: humorous, extremely colorful and altogether engaging. You will love this blog if you relate to his jack-of-all-trades skill set and dislike the new trend toward all-white decorating. Visit if you want to learn more about interior design and see impressive examples of DIY home makeovers.
17. The Painted Hive
The Painted Hive has a tagline that reads, “Making house a home for honey.” If you’re looking for a site that dives deeper into the details of affordable home makeovers, you must add this home design blog to your list of favorites. The project gallery includes everything from how to replace wooden bed slats to how to stencil your floor. Bonus: blogger Kristine offers a beautiful selection of free printables you can frame or use in your own DIY projects.
18. Studio McGee
Move over, Chip and Joanna Gaines! Husband-and-wife interior design team Syd and Shea McGee have created their own design empire in Utah, and have thousands of Studio McGee blog followers who love their modern farmhouse vibe. The duo has designed home goods including sofas, tables, vases, artwork and more. Visit to see their seasonal catalogs and be inspired by their styling tips, product recommendations and before-and-after projects.
19. Style by Emily Henderson
Style by Emily Henderson is the online home of well-known home decorating blogger, Emily Harrison. She is a stylist, TV host and author in addition to being a blogger and interior designer. Her decorating advice spans all budgets and has a strong focus on comfort and functionality. She firmly believes that every room should reflect its occupants’ personalities and preferences.
If a West-coast vibe is your thing, Sunset is your blog. Featuring West-Coast-style home décor ideas and complementary color palette recommendations, the Sunset blog is also not short on DIY inspiration. Categories include food and drink, home and garden, lifestyle and travel ideas. Visit to learn everything from beekeeping basics to creating your own self-care rituals.
21. Today’s Homeowner
Today’s Homeowner is a serious DIY treasure trove. It’s the blog that goes with the TV and radio empire hosted by veteran remodeling contractor Danny Lipford and his creative daughter, Chelsea Lipford Wolf. Stop by to learn a huge range of DIY skills—everything from how to install a dimmer switch to how to build a wood deck with stainless steel cable railing. With best new product reviews, top 50 lists, gardening advice and simple solutions to common household problems, Today’s Homeowner helps you keep your home in its best condition.
22. Vintage Revivals
Vintage Revivals is a blog dedicated to old-made-new transformations. If you love taking a vintage piece of furniture and restoring it to its former glory, you will enjoy the projects on this site. It also includes room makeovers and an affordable store offering the bloggers favorite pieces. It also includes links to merchandise used in its projects, to help you locate your favorites.
23. Wit & Delight
Offering a great deal more than just home decorating advice, Wit & Delight includes content on parenthood, food, wellness and personal style. Based in Minneapolis, MN, creative consultant Kate Arends features a weekly podcast, product roundups, brand collaborations and home renovation tips.
24. Within the Grove
Award-winning blogger Liz resigned from teaching four years ago when she realized her true passion was DIY and home décor. Within the Grove chronicles her DIY adventures since she started renovating her first home. She focuses on encouraging people to try DIY solutions to common problems—all while staying on budget.
25. Young House Love
Another dynamic decorating duo, John and Sherry Petersik, blog on Young House Love from the Florida Panhandle. Currently, they’ve shared over 3,000 home renovation projects and updates, all of which resulted from their own work. From their first condo to their current home, they have fixed up seven homes while documenting the process and the results. The blog is a treasure trove of home improvement tutorials, furniture upgrades, interior design ideas and more.