Interior blog, DIY blogs and home decor blogs can be extremely inspirational. Especially if you are planning a room makeover, renovation or just curious to try a new DIY project to change something in your beautiful interior. Here is a list of the best interior blogs to follow in 2021. I have divided the list into 2 sections, the first is traditional writing blogs and the second is YouTube blogs.
Website – homedit.com
Home Edit is an extensive home-focused website that provides inspiration and information about design and style.
Why do I like it? It is super active and you can expect daily updates.
Website – allsortsof.com
All Sorts Of is a lifestyle blog that provides an informative, inspiring resource for all aspects of design, lifestyle and entrepreneurship.
Why do I like it? “Before, during, after” stories, where the author, Amber Lewis, is sharing her experience designing rooms for her clients.
Website – cocokelley.com
Coco Kelley’s mission is to curate and create fresh ideas for a well-styled life since 2007.
Why do I like it? Inspirational “Room Of The Week” series.
Website – oldbrandnew.com
Old Brand New is an online design resource, run by Dabito, a blogger, photographer, artist, décor guru, tastemaker, passionate vintage hunter, and lover of all things design. Dabito has had his work featured in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, the Los Angeles Times, Dwell, Elle Décor, and House Beautiful.
Why do I like it? Amazing interior photography, colours and aesthetic. To get more, check Dabito’s Instagram. It is just beautiful.
Website – apartment34.com
Apartment 34 offers inspiring tips and ideas for an intentional approach to modern living. They share sophisticated décor, style, cooking, travel, entertaining – all the moments that help you elevate your daily life.
Why do I like it? Curated picks of décor items that make me reach for my credit card.
Channel – Lone Fox
Andrew… this guy from the United States is a powerhouse. He is active in all social networks, has an incredible aesthetic and I personally learn from him a lot. His channel’s motto is “Your daily dose of DIY”, which is short but says it all. In fact, I must say, he is my favourite YouTuber and he just recently reached a milestone of 1 million subscribers! Congratulations, Andrew. I wrote about Andrew’s DIY projects in this post.
Channel – TheSorryGirls
Canadian girls, Kelsey and Becky, are running a small design business, but if I understand correctly, they started with a DIY channel, which became quite successful. I like their projects and the positive vibe they share with each video they make!
Channel – Katie Bookser
Katie is another wonderful DIY expert. Her channel has slightly more than 50k subscribers, but she does such beautiful DIY projects, I can watch for hours.
Channel – Kristen McGowan
Kristen does great reviews of home decor items and products, but mostly I love her channel for room makeovers. Living in Germany, it is common to have a small apartment that you rent. Her tips on how to do a makeover on a budget in small spaces and rent-friendly are priceless!
Channel – Fia Garcia DIY
Another YouTube DIY expert on the rise, Fial Garcia, caught my attention with her aesthetically appealing DIY projects! Watch her series of video tutorials on how to decorate or DIY for free. Amazing!
Do you have your favourite home decor/DIY Youtuber or a blog you read? Please share your favourite creators! I would be happy to learn more and add it to the list!