I’ve been wanting to show my most inspiring UK Home and Interior blogs for a little while now. I could run a blog roll on the side of the blog, showcasing their blog names, but thought it would be nicer to show you them in an actual post. That way I can give you a little more information and tell you what I love about these sites. They aren’t all the usual style of home blog, but I think you’ll agree, they all share some incredibly inspiring home and interiors content, and I’m sure there’s something here for everyone.
The Most Inspiring UK Home and Interior Blogs:
Pippa Jameson is the author of the award winning blog Pippa Jameson Interiors and is an experienced Interior Stylist, Art Director, Consultant and TV Personality who has worked in London and abroad for the past 17 years. She has had several in-house positions including the Deputy Interiors Editor for BBC Good Homes magazines and Interiors Editor of Best magazine. In January 2015, Pippa appeared as the on screen Interior Designer for a new ITV1 prime time show called ‘Bad Builders Bang to Rights’ with Presenter Dominique Littlewood. Pippa blogs about her life as a stylist as well as advising on currents trends.
Penny has been blogging at multi-award winning A Residence for 6 years. In 2014 the online homestore Wayfair.co.uk bought A Residence. Penny is passionate about family homes, loves to share house fantasies and makeovers, interview home owners and to ponder what makes a house a happy home. This is a blog for those who love to see a real home on the internet. http://www.wayfair.co.uk/aresidence
The Ana Mum Diary:
The Ana Mum Diary is the lifestyle blog of the home loving traveller Amanda Cottingham! Including topics such as home interiors, travel, design, food, beauty and fashion, this is a beautiful, down to earth site. Amanda is also the editor of the Britmums Home and Design Round-up, where she hunts out all the best of the interior posts written by bloggers in the UK each month.
Stephanie is a home and family blogger at Renovation Bay-Bee. She has taken on the challenge of renovating her 1960’s time warp and turning it into a attractive, practical and family friendly home to bring up her 3 children. She is also passionate about showing her readers how to create a beautiful house, but within a tight budget. As well as featuring interiors, Stephanie loves to take us on her journeys with her family and all the fun places they visit together.
Fifi is a self confessed cushion addict and her instagram is a minefield for pretty front doors (or #doorspiration as she likes to call it). Fifi’s on a mission to help couples decorate their homes so nice they’ll never want to leave the house, and empowers the not-so-confident decorator to unleash their ideas and ‘just do it’ through stories on her blog.
A Beautiful Space:
A Beautiful Space is a celebration of the lovely things in life written by Becky Goddard-Hill, a published parenting author and multi award winning blogger. She blogs about family life and her love of home, gardens and interiors.
You can also find Becky blogging at her other home blogs http://www.thrifty-home.co.uk and http://www.colourlover.co.uk
Well I Guess This is Growing Up:
Well I Guess This Is Growing Up was founded by Karen in 2011, following the purchase of her first home in South Manchester. Karen is a self-confessed interiors geek always on the lookout for quirky family-friendly décor on a budget. Well I Guess This is Growing Up is now an award-winning home and lifestyle blog, following the journey of its complete renovation, one DIY at a time.
The White Approach:
Karen Jones blogs about interior design, home style
, DIY and Scandinavian style decoratin all in White! She is a blogger at the white approach lifestyle and owner of the white approach online store. White is her passion, renovating her all white Art Deco home using innovative and cost saving
ideas. This is life in the White House!
Fresh Design Blog:
Rachel Newcombe is an award-winning writer, editor and blogger and runs Fresh Design Blog. Founded in 2009, the blog focuses on modern and contemporary home and garden ideas, from aspirational designer buys to affordable high street finds. She regularly writes homes, interiors and property features for a range of magazines, websites and blogs, including Houzz, Reclaim magazine, eBay and Dwell. http://www.freshdesignblog.com
Tidy Away Today:
A self-confessed homebird and interiors enthusiast, Antonia Ludden began blogging four years ago with the aim to inspire people to improve their homes in affordable ways. #tidylife is where she publishes a wide range of house, garden and lifestyle inspiration, but Antonia also enjoys collaborating with new and established homeware brands, creating engaging and original content for their blogs and websites. Antonia is a wife and mum to 3 boys who lives near Manchester. http://www.tidyawaytoday.co.uk/
Old Fashioned Susie:
Arianna Trapani is an Interior designer
& stylist, blogger, writer, general obsessive photo taker and social media enthusiast. She is author of award winning lifestyle blog Arianna’s Daily where she documents her passions ranging from interiors, travel, fashion, food and general lifestyle. Arianna is also co-founder and co-editor in chief of Heart Home magazine
, the UK’s first digital interiors/lifestyle magazine.
Molly and the Princess:
Molly leads a double life of art historian by day, blogger by night. Her blog, Molly and the Princess, is where she shares her passion for simple but stylish living. Here you will find both home and lifestyle inspiration, as Molly explores the latest trends and products, showcasing them in her own home. (The Princess is her bicycle in case you are wondering).
Carole King is an Interior Designer and author of Dear Designer’s Blog where she writes about current trends in home decor, shopping tips and anything else that inspires her; in particular her new country cottage that has recently undergone a total transformation. She is also the co-founder and joint EIC of Heart Home magazine and regularly writes for a variety of industry blogs.
What do you think of this list? Are any of your favourites there? Who else would you add?