What Are the Best Interior Design Blogs?

Looking for fresh look at interior design? While people used to rely on print magazines in order to discover the latest must-have interior products and design ideas for the current season, these days interior design blogs have taken over that role.

We have our own blog as you can see (you're reading it) but we're such big fans of some other ones that bring amazing goodness to design lovers everywhere. With so much great content online, interior design blogs are a great medium for inspiration. To help you put together your own design projects, we've gone through our favorite websites to uncover the most talented interior design bloggers on the web.

From the latest in sustainable design, to DIY experts and famous interior designers, these blog all have a special talent for bringing new life to your home. You'll find no shortage of inspiration here!

So what are you waiting for? Gorgeous interiors, innovative design ideas, and exquisite home décor are just a click away!

Freshome (freshome.com)

Founded by Micle-Mihai Cristian, Freshome originally began back in 2007 in Romania. Today, it has become one of the most successful online magazines with a focus on interior design and architecture. With over 3.8 million unique monthly visitors, the goal of the site is to help readers who want to improve, organize and style their homes. The site features a massive collection of architectural projects, along with tens of thousands of interior products.

freshhome blog

Apartment Therapy (apartmenttherapy.com)

Apartment Therapy is a blog that is dedicated to helping people make their homes more beautiful, organized and healthy. Founded in 2004 by Maxwell Ryan, the goal of Apartment Therapy is to connect people with the resources they need to improve their homes while allowing them to gain the confidence they need to make their own design decisions.

Today, Apartment Therapy reviews stores, offers design tips, and much more. In addition, Maxwell has also written three bestselling Apartment Therapy design books.

Design Milk (design-milk.com)

Ready for your daily dose of design? Design Milk is an online magazine that delivers the latest in modern design, including art, architecture, furniture, home décor, interior design, fashion and technology. Founded by Jaime Derringer, the blog was the 2013 winner of the A’ Design Award. It has been featured in Los Angeles Times, Time Out New York, The San Francisco Chronicle, and was one of the Google Reader Engineers’ Staff Picks.

designmilk blog

Design*Sponge (designsponge.com)

Declared as a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” by the New York Times, Design*Sponge attracts over 1 million readers each day. The blog was founded in 2004 by Grace Bonney. As a seasoned editor and freelance writer, she has written for publications like New York Home, Food & Wine, In Style, Better Homes and Gardens, New York Magazine, and more. The blog has even resulted in an interior design book, entitled Design*Sponge at Home, released in 2009.

Inhabitat (inhabitat.com)

As one of the web's leading design blogs, Inhabitat tracks innovations in technology, materials and practices that are designed to promote sustainable home design. The blog was started by Jill Fehrenbacher, a NYC designer, as a place to investigate emerging interior design trends. Fehrenbacher is a LEED-AP green designer and green design consultant. The blog also focuses on product and architectural design.

MOCO LOCO (mocoloco.com)

MOCO LOCO is a web magazine that is dedicated to all things modern contemporary design and architecture. They provide the latest news, recommendations, and reviews for residential architecture and interior design products and services. Some of the items that they focus on include accessories, lighting, wallcovering, floorcoverings, online and retail stores. They also keep track of the most important interior design and architecture websites, books, and audio-video content.

MOCO LOCO also allows designers to submit projects and products so that you have direct access to the designers themselves through the blog. The blog is edited and published by Harry Wakefield.

Dornob (dornob.com)

Dornob is an interactive design archive focusing on homes, interiors, furniture, household, objects, and architecture. What sets this site apart from other interior design blogs is that they focus on out-of-the-ordinary designs that are not likely to be featured in traditional architectural, urban, and industrial design publications. The designs range from the innovative to the over-the-top luxurious. With themes of smart sustainability, eco-friendly innovation, and creative reuse, Dornob also has a strong commitment to green design.

dornob blog

Contemporist (contemporist.com)

Contemporist is an online community that celebrates contemporary culture. If you want to see what is trending in this area, Contemporist provides a curated exploration of the latest in contemporary architecture, design, art, and travel. In addition, they also accept submissions so that designers can submit their projects directly to their interior design blog.

Dezeen (dezeen.com)

Dezeen is one of the most popular influential architecture and design magazines. It is a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design, and interior design projects, along with news from around the world. Launched in 2006, it has grown rapidly, attracting millions of unique visitors each month. In addition, Dezeen has also won numerous awards for journalism and publishing.

dezeen blog

decor8 (decor8blog.com)

decor8 is a blog that was founded by Holly Becker. Becker is an American author, stylist and photographer who launched decor8 as an interior design studio in Boston back in 2004. In 2006, the blog was launched as a way for her to document her design inspirations, as well as, to find like-minded people with a strong interest in interior design. To date, decor8 has won many awards and has spawned several interior design books by the same name as a part of a series.

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