Niki Brantmark, My Scandinavian HomeFans of minimalist Scandi-inspired decor, you definitely already know Niki. But if you don’t, her blog is about to become your go-to for style inspiration: My Scandinavian Home is essentially a catalogue of Swedish style, complete with styling guides and an inside peek at Niki’s own home.
It’s no surprise that it’s the winner of our Best International Design Blog award.
Luxxu is a reliable reference for luxury and modern design. It shapes the future by setting trends with the use of timeless pieces and refined elegance, incorporating a modern luxury twist to its classic touch. It provides products ranging from lighting, furniture, as well as ideas and update on the 2018 Interior Design Trends and the 2018 Color Trends.
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Julia and Chris Marcum, Chris Loves JuliaAnother Design Blog Awards winner, Chris Loves Julia is a renovation blog centered around husband and wife team Chris and Julia (surprise, surprise). Follow along as they undertake home improvement projects—plus don’t miss their podcast for a behind the scenes look at what it really takes to undergo extensive remodeling.
Did we miss any of your go-to bedroom interior design blogs? Let us know by commenting below!
Young House Love started as a place for couple John and Sherry for documenting home renovations, DIY projects and their family life. Today, the blog has grown to become a resource of over 3,000 DIY and home projects to follow! Check out their post about the renovation of their children’s bedroom to accommodate their coming of age: Girl’s Bedroom and Boy’s Bedroom.
Melbourne-based home enthusiast and blogger Kristine dedicates The Painted Hub to budget-friendly DIY ideas for updating your home. It focuses on actionable tips and evocative inspirations through its gallery of Pinterest-worthy before-and-after transformations and how-to guides. Don’t miss its DIY Vintage Girl’s Bedroom and Coastal Bedroom Makeover.
The Design Blogs Our Editors Are Reading Right Now Endless hours of style inspo and smart DIY projects ready for perusal.
Stephanie Watkins, Casa Watkins LivingWe are in love with Stephanie’s plant-filled “global eclectic” home; one look at her blog and you will be, too. Her style is super colorful and vibrant, full of globally-inspired finds that you’ll actually be able to purchase via the “shop” section of her blog.
She also has a slew of easy DIY projects to try on your next rainy weekend morning.
Amber Lewis, Amber InteriorsAs the winner of our Best Interior Design Blog category last year, we had to include Amber in this list. Her cheery personality reads through every blog post, and her masterful grasp on the California-cool style keeps us coming back.
Historias de CasaOkay, Historias de Casa is written in Portuguese, so you’ll have to translate it to read the stories (pro tip: use the Chrome browser and Google will translate automatically), but it’s worth it.
The pair behind the Brazilian blog, Bruna and Paula, take us inside lovely, interesting homes, shops, and studios in Sao Paulo and beyond. Even if the narrative gets lost in translation, the images provide more than enough colorful, plant-filled inspiration that will make you want to move to Brazil, or at least channel the boho vibes in your own home (they offer some easy DIYs to do just that).
Design Shuffle is a community platform for interior designers and other design professionals to share their portfolio and recent projects. The blog is home to thousands of photos of impeccable remodelled homes by the world’s leading interior designers and architects. Read its post about Handsome Bedroom Designs and Decorating with Empty Frames.
Ashley Rose, Sugar and ClothAs the winner of our Best DIY Blog category, Sugar and Cloth obviously has an impressive catalogue of every DIY project you could ever think of. Seriously, Ashley has ideas on how to make everything from an abstract umbrella to fabric wall art.
Also, there’s an entire section on her blog dedicated to macarons… which is something we can definitely get behind.
Ocean Blu Designs is distinguished by its signature luxury modern coastal lifestyle designs that spans from homes and investment properties. Headed by Amy Kang, Ocean Blu focuses on the use of modern architectural lines to create a clean and minimal interior design. The article Tips on Adding Golden Touches is one of its many blogs worth checking out.
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Clothing should be hung up in the closet or folded away neatly in drawers. Remember, the more organized you are now, the easier it will be to find something when you’re in a rush. That’s the key to storage: knowing exactly where to find the things you’ve stored. Plus, coming up with your own system can be kind of fun.
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Based in Australia, Katrina Chambers is a go-to person for all things interior design and DIY. Her blog showcases innumerable how-to guides, detailed ideas and inspirations, and DIY projects designed to upgrade your home on a budget. Take a look at her Bedroom Wallpaper Ideas and Guest Bedroom Reveals.
SURPRISE! After eight hours, two gallons of paint, three stains on the carpet, and one failed attempt to use a paint sprayer… the green room is STILL GREEN! 💚 Just a little darker and a little moodier! (Kinda like Brian when I told him I wanted to repaint.) . . Paint color – Fresh Balsam by @sherwinwilliams #swcolorlove Sectional – Jordan’s Furniture ___ #authenticliving #eclectichome #realhomes #interieurs #interiors4all #midcenturydecor #howwedwell #finditstyleit #currenthomeview #colourmyhome #myhyggehome #myaastyle #howyouhome #thisiswhyihavetothriftshopeveryday #myhometoinspire #myhomevibe #myhousebeautiful #mycuratedaesthetic #bohointeriors #interiormilk #midcenturybohemian #smmakelifebeautiful #smpliving #interior4you1 #apartmenttherapy #designsponge
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Domino editors find inspiration in just about everything—be it a New York City steakhouse, iconic minimalist furniture, a clever Ikea hack, or a colorful new office—but one source we always come back to? Design bloggers, who are pretty much a steady stream of decor envy and DIY project after DIY project.
With so many talented creators out there, you’re pretty much guaranteed to find someone who shares your affinity for one particular style.Not sure where to start on compiling your list of must-follows? Here, the design bloggers we’ll be keeping up with this year—including some up-and-comers you’ll be seeing on the interiors scene for years to come.
So, we hope you enjoyed our list of the top 50 bedroom interior design blogs for 2018. Bookmark one or all of them so there will never be a day that you’ll miss on the latest trends in the world of bedroom interior design!
No list will be complete without this home and décor behemoth. Apartment Therapy is a brainchild of interior designer Maxwell Ryan that is designed to inspire readers lead a beautiful life through its décor solutions. It is primarily pictorial but also provides expert advice, DIY tutorials and shopping guides for a range of budgets. Check out its Pinterest-Proven Formula for the Ultimate Cosy Bedroom and 8 Cheap Ways to Revive Your Bedroom in a Weekend.
Coco Lapine Design is a space where Sarah Van Peteghem, a Belgian designer shares all her graphic and interior design inspirations. She specializes in a clean and modern aesthetic with a romantic touch. You’ll look up to her blog for its inspiring mood boards and home tours such as this Fresh Classic Bedroom and this Bedroom.
iCreatived is another interior design powerhouse that is dedicated in providing in-depth ideas on high-concept interiors. The site is crammed with practical tips and listings with its coverage spanning from luxury to minimalist bedroom interior design ideas and everything in between. But, one thing you shouldn’t miss is its roundup of 10 Amazing Bedrooms with a View.
Carmeon Hamilton, Cohesive RandomnessThe Memphis-based interior designer and stylist runs a successful design business (Nubi Interiors) in addition to a playful blog where she shares everything from snapshots of her home renovations to personal style.
Husband and wife Steve and Kathy share the best of DIY and interior designing through their blog that pays homage to the fundamentals of interior design. It offers practical tips and inspirations from color pairings, bedroom makeovers to DIY projects. Take a look at these 5 Calming Bedroom Design Ideas and Princess Theme Bedroom.
If you’re after everything modern, then Design Milk has everything you need, with its innumerable collections of lifestyle and interior design inspirations from across the globe. It collects home design and product features and bedroom makeovers. Just by looking at this three-bedroom Scandinavian cabin and Pirate Ship Bedroom will make you want to start your own.
Reading My Tea Leaves is a lifestyle blog that celebrates a practical and functional approach to a sustainable life. It focuses on anything from home, style, family and food, with each encompassing the fundamentals of living a basic lifestyle. Bookmarking its Life in a Tiny Apartment series will definitely be worth it. Also, checkout author Erin Boyle’s recollection of sleeping with a baby in one bedroom.
Decoist is an online magazine that delivers daily inspiration for furniture and interior design. It features all sorts of ideas – from lighting, furniture and paint colors – that can transform every part of your room from simple to grand. Its Pastel Color Trends for Bedroom and 20 Bedroom Chandelier Ideas are some of its entries you shouldn’t miss.
When it comes to the master bedroom, we could go on and on with tips for the perfect design, so think of this blog as the tip of the iceberg. That being said, we definitely had a tough time narrowing down some great tips, but we did it!
Gwen Hefner considers herself a jane of all trades as she loves “making anything and everything.” The Makerista is where she documents all her DIY projects, design tips and home remodels. Each entry embodies her down-to-earth approach that’s not only practical but stylish as well. Read about her latest entry on the series, Master Bedroom Refresh and her recent project, Boy and Girl Shared Bedroom.
The master bedroom stores so many of our possessions that we reach for on a daily basis. Clothing, shoes and jewelry are the first things that spring to mind. These things need to be properly organized in the bedroom for the most pleasant day-to-day experience. Living in clutter is no way to live, since cluttered surroundings lead to a cluttered mind. As you get older and begin to adhere to a stricter timetable, you’ll realize just how important it is to live in an organized space.
Home Decor Ideas is your friendly neighbourhood interior design blog. It lets you imagine a world that is completely touched by interior designers through its interesting content ranging from home design to accessories. It also features the works of some notable interior designs, but one of the many things you shouldn’t miss is its post on 8 Tricks Designers Use For an Expensive-Look Master Bedroom.
Camille and Melissa are cousins, and both enjoy the life of being a mom. Their mission is to inspire fellow mothers to live a happy life by engaging readers with insights and advices on relatable matters spanning from cooking, family, home styling and living. Worth the read are their articles 20 Guest Bedroom Ideas and 25 Master Bedroom Ideas.
So, to kick start your bedroom designing, Macey & Moore, a trusted name in the pure linen market, have already done all the heavy lifting and have reviewed hundreds of bedroom interior design blogs to give you the best reads among the crowd.
Heather BullardFor seriously dreamy inspo pics, Heather Bullard’s eponymous site is a must-visit. As a magazine editor and freelance prop stylist, Heather has a unique take on design and readily shares it with her readers (she also is a cooking aficionado, for any foodies out there).
Her latest project? Building her dream home in southern California, which she calls “Grove House.”
To cap off the list, one shouldn’t miss the many DIY tips, and house tours from Lovely Etc. Blogger Carrie believes that you can transform any space from looking dull to beautiful without overspending. You’ll be surprised to see how she upcycles old items to add up to the beauty of your home. See some of her most read entries: DIY Master Bedroom and Secrets to the Perfect White Finish.
A Cup of Jo is a lifestyle blog dedicated for women. It covers everything from style, food, travel to interior design with authenticity in mind. Each entry from practical DIYS to valuable tips shows author Joanna Goddard’s love for design that will make you appreciate motherhood even better. Show some love for her entries, “My Husband and I Sleep in Different Bedrooms,” and Warm Eclectic One Bedroom.
These must-haves will change the way you maneuver around and use your master bedroom, improving its daily function. At Henck Design, we don’t just want to help our clients create beautiful spaces; we want those spaces to be functional and supportive. Here’s a link to one of our recent jobs that makes good use of all the notable “must-haves” discussed here: Dramatically Neutral.
Freshome is a treasure trove of over 90,000 photos of inspirational homes and contemporary interior design. Started by Micle-Mihai Cristian in 2007, the blog covers everything that makes any bedroom less ordinary from DIY Tips to color trends that you can upgrade your space with. Don’t miss its latest tips on How to Make Use of the Space Over Your Bed and Decorating with Sage Green.
The first must-have for the master bedroom that Henck Design recommends is twin nightstands. Having matching nightstands on either side of the bed is a simple way to add symmetry to the bedroom. Add matching lamps, pedants or candles on top of or above nightstands to complete the look.
We recommend lighting for ease of bedtime reading and added function for the bedroom. We always recommend at least one drawer in a nightstand, and actually love this new concept that we often employ at Henck Design: using two small dressers to flank the bed.
We love this especially for clients who need extra space! It adds at least 4-6 square feet of storage if we use small dressers rather than traditional square night tables.Nightstands also provide a decent amount of storage, which is super handy.
There’s tons of stuff you need by your bedside: books to read at night when you can’t sleep, a box of tissues, a place to put your phone (because it can’t be more than five feet away from you at all times).
There are so many things you can keep in your nightstand that will be just an arm away when you’re in bed. And if you have company or a partner, we’re sure they’d appreciate some bedside storage space as well.
There’s nothing more annoying than having to fight over one nightstand on one side of the bed. Jewelry organizers are a must-have for the ladies, and hey, men need them, too! Jewelry organizers can be very fashionable if you pick the right one.
They come in so many different styles and finishes that it won’t be hard to find one that matches your décor. They’re great storage pieces for any bedroom. Save yourself a headache and hang up all your necklaces to avoid getting chains tangled.
Keeping your jewelry properly stored will also prolong its lifespan. If you’re not spending the big bucks on your jewelry, keeping pieces separate will slow down discoloration and wear. Henck Design’s third must-have for the master bedroom is a wall-mounted television.
Having a television in your bedroom is a preference, not a necessity, and just because it’s there doesn’t mean have to use it all the time. If you do choose to have one, make it a wall-mounted television.
Here’s why: you can adapt wall-mounted televisions to any position in the room. No matter where you’re lounging, a wall-mounted television lets you avoid that awful glare from the window. Wall-mounted TVs also allow for more surface space at the top of your dresser for ease of storage (yes ladies, we’re talking about jewelry storage!).
Pretty much all new TVs are designed to be hung on the wall. It’s better for viewing at the right height and creating a comfortable line of vision, and hanging them is easier than you think. Lastly, wall-mounted TVs create a sleek look.
When TVs are wall-hung, they’re only 1-3 inches off the wall rather than 6 or more inches.
We all know what the master bedroom is used for. Its most obvious use is sleep—the bedroom is where we rest our heads at night after a long day at work, or where we go when we need a quick power nap to recharge our batteries. It all comes down to getting rest, and optimizing rest involves more than just bedroom design. There are little things you can do before sleep while lying in bed. Before we get to the design elements, we’ll break down some of these techniques.
Anita YokotaAnd speaking of up and coming, we couldn’t not mention the winner of our Best New Design Blog category! Anita actually started her blog on Instagram, only recently expanding her platform into a site that covers both a design blog and styling services.
Her relatable voice makes her blog fun to read, and her mastery of the ever-trendy boho-California style is seriously aspirational.
At Henck Design, we’re all about updating residential interior designs in Philadelphia with new furniture and home accessories. From pendants to patterned rugs, we love maximizing spaces with pieces that provide both form & function to our clients’ homes.
Dot + Pop is a brainchild of Eve Gunson, the woman behind several home renovations in inner city Melbourne. It started as an inspirational blog until it developed into an interior design business that also sells a beautiful selection of homeware pieces. This blog now features Pinterest-worthy interior design inspirations. It is a place to go to if you’re in search of ideas or simply a list of Top 5 Timber Bedsides or some tips for Summer Bed Styling.
Interior Design Blogs is a platform that brings together all the latest trends in the interior design world in one place. It features thought leaders along with their notable projects, home design and furniture inspirations, and as well as upcoming events in the industry. But, one thing you shouldn’t miss is its downloadable e-book guides on Bedroom Ideas and 100 Kids Bedroom Ideas.
Residence Style is not your typical blog that says it does interior design. Instead, it focuses on providing exclusive interior design ideas through content that inspire readers to get creative and innovative. True to its commitment, the website also plans of launching a home design magazine in the future. Check out its tips on How to Turn Your Bedroom into a Perfect Sleep Zone and on Using Bedroom Mirrors.
Old Brand New started as a place for artist Dabito to blog about his thrifty design adventures until it eventually turned into a design studio. Today, the creative studio specializes in design, art direction, branding and photography with the aim of mixing the old to make something brand new. You’ll love his posts Thrifty Thursday Art for the Guest Bedroom and 3 Ways to Style Your Pillows on a King Size Bed.
Playing with tonal textures in the bedroom today Exciting project… coming swoon #eyeswoondesign @simonebodmerturner 👌🏻
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Color choice can have a big effect on how your bedroom makes you feel. Soft, cool colors are common choices because they’re calming. Specifically, shades of blue bring calmness and are a popular bedroom color choice.
Headed by Amber Lewis, this interior design blog gives you a look at how her Los Angeles-based studio works on large-scale remodels and home makeovers through before-and-after stories and other key insights from an industry leader’s point of view. You’ll also love the blog’s artist spotlights and in-house shop that offers beautiful rugs, furniture and other home essentials.
Paloma Contreras started La Dolce Vita as a place where she showcases her taste in interior design. Her entries embodies her distinct eye for a polished, refined and effortless style. The blog includes house tours, bedroom makeovers and interviews with other professionals in order to make it informative to readers. You’ll love her number of LDV series including Design Decoded and the Style Files.
Although Jen Bishop, a former magazine editor and journalist, may not qualify as an interior designer, her passion for all things design still makes her blog a credible voice in the industry. Noted as a credible voice in Australian interior design, her blog spans from house tours to interviews and tips that inspire readers to upgrade their home, regardless of their budget. The must-reads include a one-bedroom unit makeover for $6k and a botanical bedroom inspiration.
Hailed as the largest online trove of home improvement ideas, Houzz is a catalogue that contains millions of pictures and ideas on how to spruce up home interiors and give bedrooms a brand-new chic look. Technically, if you can’t find an idea here, you will not find it elsewhere. Bookmark its post about 10 Bedrooms That Win With White Bedding and How to Organize Your Bedroom for Better Sleep.
From world-renowned interior designers to DIY gurus, below are our Top 50 Bedroom Interior Designs Blogs for 2018 (in no particular order):
Athena Calderone, EyeSwoonYou know Athena as the entertaining and chef extraordinaire behind the hit cookbook, Cook Beautiful, but the blogger has her roots in design. The decor section of her ever-popular blog is chock full of style inspiration and interior projects you’ll be pinning for days.
Bloombety is one of the authorities in the interior design industry that provides insights on the latest trends and as well as architectural styles that never go out of date. It aims to deliver helpful tips that will help readers create functional living spaces through its over 1500 articles and more than 20,000 visuals. Take a glimpse on what the blog has to offer with its piece, What Makes Bohemian Furniture Awesome.
Wit & Whistle is an online diary of self-proclaimed design nerd Amanda Wright. A motivational home decorating blog, Wit & Whistle shares tutorials, catalogue inspirations and before-and-after stories that range from remodelling guest rooms, planter sources directory, to DIY tutorials. One thing you should read is its coverage of her master bedroom makeover.
Shavonda Gardner, SG StyleAn expert in both small space living and boho decor, Shavonda shares her signature bold style on her blog—as well as that of a few other similarly-minded design aficionados via home tours.
She won our editor’s pick category for The Modern Maverick, and we can’t wait to keep up with the decor projects she has planned for the new year.
Decor10 is a place to be inspired by creative interior designs and exceptional architectures. It is home to a vast collection of home and bedroom ideas and new design trends. Bookmarking this website gives you a daily dose of noteworthy living spaces that stir the self-taught interior designer in you. Check out their 20 Small Bedroom Ideas and Bedrooms with Ocean Views to get started.
Emily Blanchard, Emily EverydayAiming to empower women through their homes, Emily’s blog is dedicated to sharing her personal design journey. Check out Emily Everyday for helpful tips on things like where to buy the best vintage rugs as well as fun DIY projects.
Decor8 is one of the leading go-to interior design blogs recognized for its vibrant approach to home styling with its actionable tips with beauty and practicality in mind. Founded by stylist Holly Becker, the blog tackles everything from interior design trends to home tours. Take a look at its gallery of pure and simple bedrooms and 10 Stylish Wallpapers for Teens.
Rachel of Maison de Pex stirs the dormant interior designer in you through her interior design and lifestyle blog. It will guide you through her DIY adventures and practical tips which only proves a beautiful interior can be achieved with a determination to make life more beautiful. Read her tip about Fall Decorating for the Bedroom and creating a Natural,Neutral White Master Bedroom.
No list is complete without the stylish blog of interior designer Emily Henderson. The blog makes her vibrant, eclectic style available to the masses through its daily dose of interior design and lifestyle inspirations on moderate budgets. Take a look at its shopping guide for creating a Rustic and Refined Scandinavian Bedroom and Refreshing the Bedroom with Target.
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Based in Philadelphia, Christina Henck is an industry thought leader that has been recognized for her distinctive approach in transforming spaces. But, what makes her a standout is her adherence to the Feng Shui principles where she uses it to create balanced and organized homes. The good reads on her blog include Personality & Pattern in the Home and Keys to the Perfect Master Bedroom Series.
Feels good to be puttering in my kitchen again. I’ve been under the weather since returning from France. Nice to be able to stock up on groceries and start meal planning again. #simplepleasures #GroveHouseLiving
Wit and Delight is established out of Kate Arends’ journey to discover how to fit a distinct sense of style into her life. Today, the blog has grown to become a lifestyle website distinguished by its simple and elegant approach on interior design. Bookmark the blog for well-curated roundups like this 25 Unconventional Headboards and bedroom inspirations such as this Gender Neutral Bedroom .
Jenron Designs started as a place where Jennifer Gainer can share her ongoing home and interior designing projects. Today, her blog posts span from DIY tutorials, recipes to home design inspirations. It also includes some snippets on how their farmhouse-inspired home was made into reality. Her $100 Room Challenge and One Room Challenge Series are definitely some of the good reads.
The Inspired Room is the realization of Melissa Michael’s resourceful approach to interior design. Since 2007, the blog has been documenting all her budget-friendly tips that will inspire you to initiate a home makeover of your own. You can start with the Bedroom Makeover Design Board or 7 Ways to Transform Your Bedroom on a Budget.
Sarah Gibson, Room for TuesdayOur Best Lifestyle Blog winner Sarah offers a wide range of content on her blog that spans everything from how to make the perfect cup of hot chocolate to the best wallpaper from Etsy.
As she and her husband are currently renovating their second home, there’s plenty of firsthand design content, too.
What makes the perfect master bedroom? One that includes everything you need, of course. But what do you really need in the bedroom, you ask?
Katahdin Cedar Log Homes is a leader in the log home industry with professional experience that spans more than three decades. Its gallery of log homes takes you inside this cosy and inviting dwelling that makes you want to travel to Maine and have one made. It’s blog about Master Retreats —Bedroom, Bath and Beyond and Log Home Design are among those that should be on your reading list.
Abigail Ahern is undeniably one of the most followed interior designers in the UK. Her namesake blog showcases her eclectic taste in interior design that is pushing the boundaries when it comes to reinventing spaces. Follow her tips on How to Create a Chic Bedroom and a Small Bedroom Luxe and you’ll have a space you’ll never want to leave.
Erica Lugbill is a strong name in the Chicago interior design industry with years of experience in décor and full renovations. She is recognized for having a keen eye for bespoke home styling that is both functional and beautiful and it’s no wonder that her works have been featured in many well-known channels. Her tips on how to decorate a Nursing Room is definitely a good read.
EyeSwoon is a go-to resource for Instagram-worthy bedroom interior designs. Search for any refined bedroom ideas and Athena Calderon, the master behind the blog, has something to offer. Her blog also covers topics from food, entertainment to fashion and lifestyle. Read about her take on Clean and Muted bedroom and the Essentials for Creating the Clean and Cozy Bedroom.
Jungalow is home to everything bohemian. It is where interior designer Justina Blakeney shares her tips that inspire you to infuse your home with colours, patterns and plants to create a more diverse and laid back feel. Its blog range from galleries, simple how-tos to handmade items to add to your Wishlist. You’ll love its Boho Kids Room and Master Bedroom updates.
This blog was featured on the Macey & Moore Top 50 Bedroom Interior Design Blogs of 2018.
Katrina BlairYou might know our next blogger from her previous blog, Chic Little House, which she recently relaunched as Katrina Blair to encompass her new focus on sharing broader lifestyle content. In addition to her signature small space style tips, Katrina also posts articles on entertaining and travel.
Erin Boyle, Reading My Tea LeavesErin is a veritable small space expert, so the fact that her blog “Reading My Tea Leaves” was named Domino’s Best Small Space Living Blog is really no surprise. Her blog combines all the best tips on how to style a tiny apartment with a commitment to promoting sustainability and conscious consumption.
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Master Bedroom Ideas is consisted of passionate bedroom interior design experts dedicated in updating professionals with latest trends and news. It takes you inside the world of interior design by giving you access to all that you need to know about home decorating from Out of the Box Master Bedroom Design Ideas to Your Dream Bedroom Furniture Pieces.
coco29 is an authority on interior design blogs where you can learn valuable life hacks and decorating ideas on different budgets. It proves that an interior design with style and elegance in mind doesn’t have to be expensive. It drops style bombs that will help you go above decorating such as this 22 DIY Bedroom Decorating Ideas on a Budget and 30 DIY Home Decor Ideas.
Hands down one of my favorite spaces that came together this year was my patio. It feels SO GOOD out here. we’ll not currently it is Winter after all. But I love how my outdoor living & dining room feel like an extension of our home. Also giving my small home extra square footage win-win #smallhomestyle #allthefeels #myhomestyle #plantmom #plantmagic #smmakelifebeautiful
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Jenni Kayne, Rip & TanFashion-turned-homeware designer Jenni Kayne has already made a name for herself as the purveyor of simple, classic style, but did you know she has a blog as well? Rip & Tan is an insight into Jenni’s lifestyle, where the designer shares her favorite recipes, organization tips, and even some home tours.
Henck Design has come up with a list of our top must-haves for the master bedroom: the keys to unlocking your perfect design. Here’s how to transform your bedroom from a sleeping space into your own little sanctuary.
TGIF!!!! For real though! I’ve had a hectic week dealing with my office makeover, kids field trips, my washing machine broke so laundry done by hand, and a lack of sleep. Hoping my day turns around today once my new washer is delivered. 🤞🏼 What are you looking forward today? . #getthegloballook #casawatkins
Vintage Revivals is a dead giveaway about what Mandi does: transforming thrift and vintage finds into pieces that will make you say, “I need that for my bedroom.” Mandi herself confesses that 90% of her home is decorated with things that she bought second hand and it’s seriously a home that’s worthy to be displayed. Just look at these Small World and Desert Nomad bedroom makeovers.
I still can’t believe @sgardnerstyle and I pulled this off in 2.5 days!!! (head to our blogs to check out the befores) And I’m super excited about chatting all about it LIVE tonight with all of you! Get all all of your questions ready and tune in at 8pm CST/6pm PST to ask us about anything from our decision making process to whether we would do it again. 😁
This creative lifestyle blog run by Lisa Tilse, a Sydney-based designer, literally scouts for the latest trends on interior design, craft and DIY. It is where Lisa shares stories, advice and as well as craft and DIY tutorials that inspire readers to create their own passion. While browsing the website, be sure to check out her take on How to Design Your Bedroom for a Better Night’s Sleep and 12 Creative Bedside/Nightstand Ideas.
ainda sobre a casa dessa semana!! (porque não resistimos a postar mais essa, hehe) 🖤 é que o jardim também é tão acolhedor que mais parece uma sala! tem até lareira ao ar livre, repararam? para aproveitar ao máximo o espaço, os moradores apostaram em móveis de madeira, piso de pedriscos e muitas plantinhas… 🌟 comentem aqui qual foi o detalhe que vocês mais amaram na casa com projeto do @estudiopenha!!! 👇 (matéria: Gosto pelo garimpo) foto: @giselerampazzo #decoracao #arquitetura #casa #quintal #jardim #reforma #tijolinho #todacasatemumahistoria
Savvy Home is an online interior design inspiration for savvy millennial women. Its aesthetic is touched by the influence of a coastal living mixed with the distinct sleek modern style of an American design. You’re sure to love the blog’s Beach House Moodboard and its Coastal Inspired Bedroom.
The Stylish Splash is Yvette Wilson’s creative outlet where she shares her two cents on style, fashion, craft and latest product finds and reviews. You’ll love her blog for unpretentious interior inspirations and the vignette styling she is recognized for. Bookmark its entry about 5 Spare Room Ideas and DIY with Chalk Paint.
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Medina Grillo, Grillo DesignsMedina is the winner of our Pinner’s Choice Award, which is fitting given that her blog is full of smart DIYs and upcycling projects that you’ve definitely seen (and probably even saved) on Pinterest before.
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Think Contemporary is comprised of a team of professionals that caters to clients who are up for eye-catching interior designs both for residential and commercial spaces. Started in 2010, the blog is recognised as one of the leading interior designers in Ireland, with various awards under its belt. Its Bedroom Renovation on its blog series will definitely be one of your favourites.
Symmetry is naturally appealing to the eye and is a spatial layout we’re drawn to. It promotes balance and peace, which facilitate positive vibes every bedroom should have. Master bedrooms often have a symmetrical layout, especially if shared by two people. If for whatever reason your bedroom doesn’t allow for a symmetrical layout, you can still include certain symmetrical focal points for promoting peace.
Little Green Notebook is a place where interior designer Jenny Komenda’s records all her DIY projects ranging from budget-friendly projects and instructive tutorials. By browsing through the blog, you’ll soon discover the endless possibilities when it comes to updating the look of your bedroom. See how she does it in her DIY Tufting Technique and DIY Wide Plank Floors.
According to Ariana Huffington, the evening around bedtime should be used to disconnect from tablets, phones and televisions. Brightly lit screens keep our eyes and brains alert, so it’s important to take time to power down your electronic devices and get in the mindset for sleep. That means if you have a television, instead of watching it until you fall asleep, turn it off about 20 minutes before you start trying to fall asleep. If you have a phone or tablet, find the willpower to put it on the bedside table beside you so your mind can begin to power down for the night, rather than stimulating it with more information. It might sound boring, and certainly requires lots of discipline, and you might not even feel tired yet, but you’ll gradually become sleepier and most likely have a more peaceful sleep.
No matter the time of the year, it’s always a great idea to spruce up your bedroom look and give it some extra charm. Chances are, you already have a long list of interior design articles to help with ideas for decorating your private space. On the contrary, if you don’t know where to start, you’ll find that designing your bedroom is not as easy as it may seem.
You use the bedroom for much more than sleep, however. It’s also the sanctuary where you relax and get ready to face the world, so it’s important it meets your needs in this way, too.
We’re just getting started with our master bedroom design tips! Keep reading for our three must-haves for a beautiful, functional bedroom you’ll love.
Ursula Carmona, Homemade by CarmonaFor a down to earth approach to decorating, check out Ursula’s blog. The mom of three is an organization pro with tons of tips on how to indulge expensive taste on a budget.
With tons of household hacks and useful DIYs, this up-and-coming blog is definitely one we have our eye on.