Do you need home decorating ideas? Whether you’re redecorating a small living space or doing a complete overhaul of your entire home, these blogs are sure to inspire. Check out our favorite interior design blogs!

The Spruce

The Spruce covers a gamut of home topics: home decor, gardening, home renovation, housekeeping tips, event and party ideas, and home products! We love that The Spruce goes the extra mile to dish out well-researched and relevant content, including easy-to-follow DIY videos and useful how-to articles that are vetted by a Review Board of licensed and certified experts. If you want to make sure that the advice you’re getting is both inspiring and accurate, check out The Spruce.

Apartment Therapy

“Saving the world one room at a time!” is Apartment Therapy’s mission. The site features friendly and engaging content that helps you organize, maintain, and decorate your home, and this includes rentals and condominiums.

Apartment Therapy also features a lot of great photos you can take design inspiration from.  Check out its photo archive where you can mix and match styles, colors, and living spaces to come up with a few go-to ideas that you can pin or save.

Design Milk

Design Milk features the latest design news and cool finds in the world of modern design. With a wide variety of content, it focuses on architecture, commercial spaces, interiors, and outdoor spaces. We love that Design Milk acknowledges that pets and play are a part of any home; it dedicates a chunk of its blog for the best pet finds and design-inspired games. We love our furry friends, and making a cozy home for them is definitely a priority.

Home Designing

With 3.4 million followers on Facebook, Home Designing makes sure to satisfy its readers with informative content on home interiors and architecture. The blog is pretty straightforward and minimalist, with articles on living room, bathroom, bedroom, and teen room designs that help you visualize and create your own beautiful home.

Liz Marie Blog

Liz Marie satisfies her readers with wholesome and engaging content on DIYs, home decor, lifestyle, refurbishing furniture, and even make-up. An interior designer and author, Liz Marie takes blogging inspiration from remodeling her family’s cozy 1800 farmhouse, White Cottage Farm. 

House Beautiful

House Beautiful features design, renovating, lifestyle, and entertaining ideas for its 7.1 million Facebook followers. If you’re a small space advocate, check out the blog’s Small Spaces Awards 2021 for the smartest and most stylish items for apartments, home offices, tiny homes, and dorm rooms.

Dezeen Magazine 

Dezeen features a more eclectic and global mix of interior design and architecture content. Private homes and public spaces all have a space on Dezeen’s site, which boasts of 1.1 million followers on Facebook. From holiday homes on the English coast to unique mosaic tiles inside a Kyiv coffee bar to lighter roofs to ward off climate change in Sydney, Dezeen talks about them all. What makes this online magazine unique is its Opinion section, which features in-depth commentary on sustainable design. 

Thrifty Decor Chick

Sarah, the creative blogger behind Thrifty Decor Chick, has been writing about simple and inexpensive home projects since 2008. Her blog features practical DIY hacks, yummy homemade recipes, and helpful cleaning tips. We love that she also writes about some DIY fails, which inspire us to have fun and keep on trying! 

Elle Decor

The Elle Decor blog caters to chic and stylish homeowners who lean towards elegant living spaces. We love the site’s uncluttered feel, helping us navigate through spacious SoHo lofts, gorgeous Italian furniture, the best duvet covers, luxurious spas, vegetable gardening tips, celebrity homes, and lovely fall wreaths, among others. If you want to know some of the who’s who in the world of design, this is the blog to go to.


Dwell’s blog site shares modern homes, architecture, design, and products. For those looking for a weekend project, check out its “Dwell on This” column, which features practical and to-the-point home upgrades that you can do on your rest days. And if you’re wondering how much a renovation costs, the “Budget Breakdown” section will prove to be helpful! 

Whether you’re on a budget or ready to splurge, these top interior blogs have home design inspiration tips for you!