Hot off the press are some of the best home and interior bloggers around, sharing their home and design posts. Giving us all an inside peak at, not only at their beautiful homes, but sharing lots of their knowledge too.
First up, I wanted to share with you a post that I wrote, about where I blog. My home office seems to have had a few incarnations over the last six years, but I think this is my favourite, what do you think?
Looking for Kitchen inspiration? This is from a good friend and neighbour of mine, so I have actually seen both before and after incarnations of the kitchen in real life. I can confirm that Jane has done an amazing job of her kitchen, and it is a modern, warm and welcoming space.
I really enjoyed this post about how to design a room like an interior designer from Candy Pop. I think its really interesting hearing what questions would be asked if you employed a professional interior designer, and has some great tips that are incredibly useful if you were planning improvements yourself.
Or how about some DIY advice on how to paint wood floorboards from Curate and Display. Having just moved into a new home, Tiffany is giving us the benefit of some her interior styling expertise, and I can’t wait to see how she gets on. If you want to follow the progress too, keep an eye on the hashtag #thechathamhouse on instagram as well as updates on her blog.
I’m sure we will see lots of posts in the upcoming months all about Hygge – pronounced hue – gah. So I thought I would round up a few of my favourites. First up The White Approach who gives hers her tips for having a little Hygge in your life. Or from Rock My Style, which talks about enjoying the moment, something I need to do more of. Or how about this deliciously calming post from Design Soda.
Finally two beautiful posts, perfect for this time of year and full of nature. Autumnal dining by the gorgeous Apartment Apothecary and this Foraged and Found post by Hello it’s Gemma. At this time of year, we really do see a change in our interiors, and both of these posts have some great examples of this.