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Top Interior Design Blogs of 2024 | Part 12

by Oladimeji Charlton

Effective interior design is more complex than simply painting a room and adding furniture. Even if you don’t know much about interior design, you probably have some idea of the effect you want to create. But where should you start if you have no experience?

There are countless design styles to choose from, and any number of specific circumstances, requirements, and limitations that a living space decor project may have. Thankfully, the sheer number of interior design blogs on the internet means that you are sure to be able to find something relevant to your personal project, however out of the ordinary it may be.

With so many thousands of blogs out there to choose from, it can be hard to work out which ones are really worth your time. While a good blog can give you the inspiration and useful advice you need, a bad one can be useless or even harmful—and you may not be able to tell a blog’s quality just by looking at it!

Thankfully, we have curated this list of only the best blogs on the web. Here are 12 of our picks of the best interior design blogs of 2024 you should check out for inspiration for your next design project.

A double bed with colorful patterned sheets in a blue room

Decor By Delali

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Delali is a “color-loving interior designer” who founded her blog Decor By Delali to be “a slice of color in a neutral design world”. All across the blog, you can find examples of bold colors being used to enliven interior spaces. There are also handy product guides, interviews with designers, and more. If you love an artistic touch and are looking for practical design tips that include plenty of color, this blog is ideal.

A lounge area decorated in the traditional style, with dark walls and ornamentation

SG Style

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Shavonda is a designer inspired by “bold, moody, collected and eclectic globally inspired interiors.” Shavonda documents her interior design projects with a particular focus on her challenges downsizing while retaining her unique personal design style. If you are looking for inspiration on how you can decorate smaller spaces, SG Style is worth checking out. In the words of Shavonda: “just because you live small, it doesn’t mean you can’t have big bold style!”

A modern, minimal home office space with monochrome color scheme

British Academy of Interior Design

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The British Academy of Interior Design is a world-renowned institution that is represented by some of the leading experts in the field. The Academy’s blog is every bit as exceptional, with news on current trends, opinions from the Academy’s tutors, and guides on particular design styles. While this blog explores the cutting-edge of design, it isn’t all high-concept, inaccessible stuff—there are plenty of practical tips that you can use in your own projects.

A kitchen island in the transitional style

Kandrac & Kole

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Interior design blog Kandrac & Kole is the brainchild of expert designers Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole, and has been featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, HGTV, the New York Times, Better Homes & Gardens, and more. The blog shares journeys of the pair’s design projects, as well as design inspirations, “before and afters”, market trends, and more. Joann and Kelly’s clean-yet-colorful style can be found all across the site, and is bound to inspire.

A wooden dresser with decorative houseplants and wall art

Design & Beyond

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Design & Beyond is an online store selling stylish, colorful original home accessories made of “super eco-friendly” “waterborne acrylic resin”. As well as this, the site has its own blog, which showcases handy decor tips, DIY and renovations advice, and more. The link between design and wellbeing is also treated with importance in each article. Everything on Design & Beyond is colorful, crafty, and sure to inspire you to get creative yourself!

A bedroom decorated in the transitional style, with dresser, bed, and mirror

Maison de Pax

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Designer and photographer Rachel loves to “build, design, remake, tweak, create, photograph, and paint”, and the “juxtaposition of many forms”. Rachel’s design blog Maison de Pax showcases plenty of her own personal projects alongside guides on various aspects of decor—treating and renovating antique furniture, homemade crafts, and more. There are also useful product recommendation guides to help you to choose the best pieces for various purposes and occasions.

A large patterned Gombud rug in a lounge area


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RugKnots is more than just an online rug store—it also has a blog full of product guides, tips on how to use rugs effectively in your home, and more. You may be surprised quite how many different styles of rug there are, and the number of possibilities when it comes to decorating with rugs! Although the focus of this blog is on rugs rather than any other item, the level of expertise and examples of how rugs can completely transform living spaces make it well worth your time.

A bedroom with wooden floor, double bed, and exposed brickwork alcove

Green & Mustard

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Green & Mustard is a popular blog that was founded by Sally and Anna, a creative duo comprised of a mother and daughter-in-law who share a passion for interior design. The blog is dedicated to sharing all of their interior design inspirations. On Green & Mustard, you can find articles on trends, colors, home products, and more. As well as having plenty of high-quality images to inspire you, the articles here also include an impressive amount of detail.

A spacious kitchen decorated in the transitional style

Room for Tuesday

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Since 2014, Utah-based designer and art lover Sara Gibson has been documenting her personal home decor projects (alongside her helpful husband Emmett) on her blog Room for Tuesday. Alongside posts on food, art, and general lifestyle topics, the blog includes a wealth of inspirational content on interior design and DIY. The couple’s renovation projects are explored in detail so you can use their tips in your own projects.

A pink-tiled bathroom with shower bath, sink, and mirror

Seasons in Colour

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In 2015, London-based writer, designer, and influencer Jenny Kakoudakis launched Seasons in Colour, a blog intended to be “a source of inspiration for design aficionados and interiors enthusiasts, with colour always our starting point.” The blog’s articles are all engaging, full of useful tips, and categorized based on different rooms of the home so you can find what you want easily.

A naturally-lit, spacious lounge with sofa, chairs, coffee table, and ceiling light fixtures

The Design Sheppard

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UK-based freelance writer and blogger Stacey Sheppard has contributed her expertise to various renowned interior design blogs, but The Design Sheppard is her own personal space to share her own inspirations without limits. Explorations of design trends, product reviews, and deep dives into choosing the right home products can all be found on The Design Sheppard, all written in Stacey’s friendly and appealing style.

A double bed in a naturally-lit transitional bedroom

Linda Merrill

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Linda Merrill is an award-winning Massachusetts-based interior designer with qualifications from the Boston Architectural College. Linda is a highly sought-after design professional, and also shares her experience and expertise on her personal self-titled blog. The guiding principle of the blog is to promote “comfortable luxury”, a state when “all the necessary comforts are combined with beauty and quality craftsmanship.” The path to achieving this is explored via in-depth guides on all aspects of interior design and decor.

Find Your Design Inspiration

These blogs are full of content that is sure to spark inspiration around your own home, and helpful advice on how you can replicate your desired effect. Keep an eye out for our next article on Best Interior Design Blogs of 2024 to Inspire You article, where we will showcase another 12 fantastic blogs to inspire your next interior design project.

View the rest of the top interior design blogs of 2024:

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8  | Part 9

Part 10 | Part 11 | Part 12 | Part 13 | Part 14 | Part 15

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