10 Must-Follow Interior Design Bloggers

From vibrant to understated, traditional to avant-garde, these curated blogs have a little something for everyone.

As a creative process, interior design thrives on inspiration. And while inspiration is everywhere—from the skyline unfurling on the morning commute to the emblems on the cup of your daily java jolt—it can become all too easy to reach for the same design magazines time and again. To keep your sightline wide and the inspiration flowing, ESTATENVY has built on our Top 10 Instagram Accounts to Follow with this list of the 10 must-follow interior design blogs (morning latte not included).

Amber Lewis at All Sorts Of

Founded by Los Angeles-based interior designer Amber Lewis, All Sorts Of champions “laid-back living” and California vibes. The blog showcases before and afters, charts the design process and has even expanded to include shopping and travel guides (including Cozy Winter Essentials to get you through those chilly days). Earthy tones and materials meet high-end design and a distinctly chic feel on this blog. If you’re looking for a coastal-cool breath of fresh air, look no further.

Grace Bonney at Design Sponge

Grace Bonney first made her debut to the blogosphere in 2004 with her penchant for bright hues and sparkling designs. According to her site, she has been called “a ‘Martha Stewart for Millennials’ by The New York Times and was named a Top Home Influencer of 2017 by Forbes Magazine.” Those looking for the charm of her design voice across all aspects of lifestyle—from travel and culinary to books and podcasts—will feel immediately at home on Design Sponge.

Elsie Larson at A Beautiful Mess

Elsie Larson runs the lifestyle company and blog A Beautiful Mess with her sister, Emma Chapman. Elsie kicked off ABM in 2007 before partnering with her sister in 2010. Characterized by a commitment to making life beautiful through homemade goods, the blog features vibrant photography and equally colorful ideas for home decor projects, recipes, crafts and more. Additionally, Elsie and her husband Jeremy recently adopted their daughter, Nova, who loves going on adventures and wearing her mom’s creatively crafted ensembles. Follow the family’s journey over on Elsie’s Instagram.

Paloma Contreras at La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita blogger and entrepreneur Paloma Contreras offers “a modern take on traditional design.” The blog features timeless silhouettes and a classic feel, all punctuated by Contreras’s love of the personal touch. La Dolce Vita—Italian for “the sweet life”—includes shopping guides, favorite products and Contreras’s completed design projects, as well as her insight on everything from trends to luxurious global designs devoured while traveling.

Bri Emory at Designlovefest

If you can’t separate curation and creativity from daily life, Designlovefest is the blog for you. Founded by Los Angeles-based graphic designer and art director Bri Emory, Designlovefest teems with a whimsical and recognizable aesthetic and covers everything from design, fashion and inspiration to interiors, travel and DIY. Emory also runs workshops on how participants can improve their social media presence, offers sponsored product discounts and even moderates a creative job posting board. No wonder she recently launched her first travel collection at Target and has been featured in publications including Elle Decor and Apartment Therapy.

Joanna Goddard at Cup of Jo

Blogger and editor Joanna Goddard built her blog, Cup of Jo, after editing at Cosmopolitan and Italian lifestyle magazine Bene and Glamour and later writing for Conde Nast Traveler and Martha Stewart Living. Her blog features a wide range of subjects, from design to travel to fashion, all connected through Goddard’s incisive eye for aesthetics. Visitors will find lists, essays and photography all infused with a kind of wit and charm reserved for the true cultural commentator.

Raichel Broussard at Copycat Chic

Founder of Copycat Chic Reichel Broussard made a name for both herself and her blog by championing “luxe living for less.” Her posts primarily comprise beautifully shot and extensively researched home good duos—that is, both the original luxury item and the equally-chic-but-less-expensive “copycat.” For design mavens eager to grow their collection on a budget, there is no better design blog.

Coco Cozy at Coco Cozy

Los Angeles native Coco Cozy started her namesake blog in 2008 while working as a business executive by day and fueling her hunger for all things design by night. The blog features home tours, homeowner profiles, shopping guides and Coco’s own design projects. Coco was named a Forbes’ Top Influencer in 2017, and it’s easy to see why: her original aesthetic pulls from coastal California vibes while managing to incorporate modern, rustic and traditional elements.

Heather Clawson at Habitually Chic

Founder and photographer Heather Clawson brings visitors a five-times-weekly dose of luxury living to her aptly named blog. She founded the site in 2007 and wrote her first book based on the project, Habitually Chic: Creativity at Work, in 2012. Today, Habitually Chic compiles Clawson’s insider eye for design, fashion and travel, drawing from her work with Ann Taylor, Nordstrom, Woman by Ralph Lauren and more. Purveyors of polished aesthetics need look no further.

Kate Arends at Wit & Delight

St. Paul-based design guru Kate Arends helms Wit & Delight, “a website dedicated to designing a life well lived.” Arends combines her industry experience with her penchant for the sophisticatedly simple to bring visitors a coveted dose of minimalist-chic design, fashion and home goods. Visitors can be sure to find everything from the just-right pair of burnished oxfords to tips on how to bring elegantly understated and room-opening touches to small spaces.

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