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There is so much content on the internet that it can sometimes be hard to hone in on the high-quality creators that resonate with you. So, I decided to compile a list of my favorite home decorating blogs in case anyone else is on the hunt for some 5-star content.
If you enjoy the written word or want a more in-depth explanation of a topic or tutorial, blogs are where it’s at. They provide more than a quick Instagram snap and caption ever will.
Moreover, they’re a great resource that you can go back to over and over again for great info.
So, without further adieu, here are some of my favorite home decorating blogs.
My most recent find is The Decor Formula blog. I was sucked in from the moment I first visited this site. Besides the aesthetics, which are absolutely beautiful, the content is fantastic.
Barbara’s DIY projects are so good. My favorites are her barn door and chalkboard wall DIYs. Her picture ledges are also on my to-do list for next year. I think they’ll look great in my son’s nursery.
This blog has both home decorating and home entertaining content which, for me, makes it a must-read. It’s my two favorite things wrapped up into one pretty package.
There are ideas for everything from garden parties to bridal showers to kid’s parties. And when I say everything, I mean everything. A champagne bar, a summer wine and cheese night idea, and a ton of other creative party ideas.
I absolutely love following Amber’s design projects on Blessed Little Bungalow. Her style is vibrant, colorful, and contemporary.
The thing I like best about her style is how she uses color with the perfect amount of restraint.
The rooms she designs are bold, but not busy or overbearing. That can be a hard needle to thread, but she does it so well.
So, if you’re looking for a little color inspiration, check out Blessed Little Bungalow.
I first found Christina, The DIY Mommy on YouTube. Her DIY projects range from hot glue guns and dollar store items to power tools and lumber.
She’s so incredibly talented and offers something for everyone from a beginner like me to an experienced sewer or carpenter.
I love watching the way she changes up her home each season, particularly her small kitchen nook. If you want to give your home a little upgrade, but aren’t sure what to do, check out this blog.
You can find tutorials on how to create custom shelving, paint tile, and a ton of other great home improvements.
There’s something about the StoneGable blog that gives me that warm and cozy feeling. Yvonne’s home is sophisticated and inviting.
Also, her choice of home accessories and DIY projects is unique. She’ll teach you how to do things like bleach pinecones for Christmas decor and shares a lot of planning tips for home entertaining.
And, if you’re into a rustic/country glam look, you’ll find a lot of decorating inspiration here.
Ashley’s blog, Handmade Haven is one of my favorite finds this year. Her woodworking skills are out of this world. Handmade-Haven.com is an all in one stop for decorating inspiration and DIY furniture plans.
One of the things I like best is that the projects featured on this blog vary in style. So you’re not just seeing all farmhouse style furniture or all modern industrial designs.
If you’ve been wanting to try out a DIY furniture project, definitely check out her blog.
She’s also been featured on season 2 of NBC’s “Making It“. How awesome is that! Congratulations Ashley! Check it out Monday – Thursday at 10/9c on NBC.
Last, but certainly not least, the At Home With Nikki blog is the epitome of sophistication. Like the DIY Mommy, I first found Nikki’s content via her YouTube Channel, but have found so much enjoyment in her blog as well.
Over the years, I’ve found that I gravitate towards video for a boost of inspiration and new ideas, but if I really want to study and learn something new, blog posts are most helpful to me. I’m able to really study and explore a static image in a way that I can’t with a fleeting clip of a video.
This is what makes blogs such a great teaching tool, in my opinion. And, the person that I have learned the most from online is definitely Nikki.
Her blog is an absolute must-see for decorating and organization ideas.
I hope you’ll visit these ladies online. The content they create is wonderful and I’ve received a ton of inspiration from each of these decorating blogs.
If you have a blog that you love and think should be included in this list, please leave it in the comments below so I can check it out.