Whether they’re just starting out or running up on the better part of a decade, there are a number of blogs which have been continuously inspiring us, year after year. From those that are exclusively focused on interiors to the more eclectic that touch on all walks of life and travel, we find ourselves avid followers, constantly inspired by these creatives and their refreshing approach to all things decor. Presenting–in no particular order–the blogs that have captured our  decor-loving hearts, and inspired our homes. 
SF Girl By Bay
Victoria Smith’s approach to design embodies the Cali-cool aesthetic we just can’t seem to get enough of. Aside from her carefully curated posts, Smith’s style involves bringing a modern edge to bohemian design. The result? Plenty of colors, textures, and no shortage of covetable interiors! 
My Scandinavian Home
Our love for Scandinavian style is never-ending and we have My Scandinavian Home to thank for it. The beautifully designed home tours are enough to keep us coming back for more. 

Diana Moss’s love for design translates beyond the standard interior. Her appreciation for the arts is influenced by a variety of sources including; photography, vintage interiors, and the new hotel openings. The Cape Town-based blogger’s eye for up-and-coming trends is why we’re avid followers.  
Design*Sponge
Grace Bonney’s unfaltering eye for design is clearly evident within the pages of Design*Sponge. From the home tours and decor tips to travel inspo and lifestyle tricks, there’s no shortage of content to inspire. 
Rip & Tan 
It’s no secret that we’re big admirers of Jenni Kayne, and her blog (named after her two children, Ripley and Tanner!) is no exception. Follow for a peek at Jenni’s life in sunny California and stay for the studio tours, fresh home decor finds, and impeccable style.
The Jungalow
It’s safe to say that Justina Blakeney has mastered the boho-chic aesthetic. Her flawless feed comes with an abundance of plants set against bold textures and a flawless mix of unexpected patterns.
The House That Lars Built
Brittany Watson Jepsen is the creative force behind the beautifully curated blog that is The House That Lars Built. Equal parts decor and DIY, you’ll find the most intricate design projects ranging from mini crafts to the more extravagant entertaining scenes and tablescapes that are sure to wow. 
Amber Interiors
California-based designer Amber Lewis never fails to deliver when it comes to her redesigns and makeovers. Her aesthetic draws on the Cali-cool vibe – light, airy, with pops of color and pattern – seamlessly translating into every one of her projects. 
A Beautiful Mess 
From the budget-friendly DIYs to the seemingly never-ending stream of interior decorating ideas and inspiration, sisters Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman never fail to please with their knack for approachable design.
The Style Files
Danielle de Lange’s beautifully curated blog features a slew of inspired home tours, sourced from all the corners of the web. The Netherlands-based design blogger’s style embodies a minimalist approach with plenty of accentuated details and decor moments that wow. We even get the occasional peek inside her own space!

From the always on-point style tips to the over-the-top renovations and makeovers, we’re constantly in awe of Emily Henderson. Whether she’s scouring the local markets for vintage steals or managing a handful of renovations all at once, we can’t help but return for more. Head over for unbelievable makeover reveals, styling tips, and tried and true decor tips. 

Elisabeth Heier’s background includes a degree in both interior design and art. Her blog &Tradition is a culmination of all that fuels her creativity, drawing inspiration from her Scandinavian surround and is elevated by a deep appreciation for design and accent-worthy moments. 
Stories
We’ve long been fans of Sarah Sherman Samuel and her keen eye for design – one that manages to seamlessly combine effortlessly chic style with daring design moments and Pinterest-worthy accents. Follow for style-focused finds, DIYs, and plenty of makeovers!

True to its name, The Socialite Family pays tribute to the family-friendly lifestyle with a focus on well-styled interiors. Case in point? This pattern-filled bedroom for the little ones that just might be bigger than their imaginations. 
Yellowtrace
Yellowtrace is a team Domino go-to for all things interior and design. Founded by interior designer Dana Tomic Hughes, the online publication has amassed a serious following thanks to its appreciation for cutting edge interiors, which even include hotels and restaurants. 
Style & Create
Anna’s beautifully curated feed features a mix of boldly designed interiors, street style, and even the occasional travel guide. Head over and you’ll find yourself getting lost within the image-centric posts that are sure to inspire.
designlovefest
Florals and bright colors are two of the mainstays behind designlovefest. Bri Emery’s style reaches more than just interiors. From her vibrant floral styling tips to entertaining ideas, there’s something for everyone to love. 

We’d be remiss should we not include Joanna Gaines amongst our roundup. After all, Gaines, along with husband Chip, have been taking the design world by storm. Follow for behind-the-scenes peeks at the couple’s home reno projects, artist spotlights, gardening tips, recipes, and so much more!

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