On the second Tuesday of each month we feature a Top 10 list of some of the best online resources for information on topics including: real-estate, moving, home repair, home decor, house-hunting, finance, budgeting and much, much more.
Each list covers blogger topics that are helpful to new or veteran home owners, and those who are considering buying a property. Today we tackle our top 10 list for Inspiration on Home Décor.
- The Inspired Room (Twitter: @theinspiredroom)
Melissa shares simple, easily adaptable ideas for decoration, organization and more, all on a budget! Her blog was voted as Reader’s favourite decorating blog by Better Homes and Gardens for two consecutive years, 2014 and 2015. Her decoration and gift ideas are a wonderful jumping off point for home beauty improvement projects of any size and scope.
- Remodelista (Twitter: @Remodelista)
A modern minimalist’s dream to ideas for inspiration and sourcing for coveted furniture, knickknacks, pots and pans, décor and more! Authored by multiple contributors this blog spotlights products, locations and minimalist luxury.
- Apartment 34 (Twitter: @apartment_34)
Apartment 34 wants to help you add a little sophistication to your life and style. Founder Erin Hiemstra originally began this blog to chronicle her renovation of her Seattle condo. Nearly 10 years and multiple moves later this blog has evolved into a lifestyle resource. Useful and entertaining highlights include: I’ve got a crush, exploring the items Hiemstra is currently coveting and Ideas to steal.
- Centsational Girl (Twitter: @CentsationalGrl)
Kate Riley is in pursuit of a diamond on a dime. She writes about bringing affordable style to the home, is a bargain hunter and self-proclaimed incurable DIYer. Get working on your own DIYer projects with her Popular Projects section serving as your own jumping off point. Her design and decorating articles show you the impact of negative space, where to get great, affordable fixtures, and much more.
- Décorchick (Twitter: @decor_chick)
Emily is the author and owner of Décorchick, a décor and DIY blog with her own home and projects on display. The personal touch of Emily’s life, family, and real genuine sharing of non-sponsored reviews and favourite things. The way that she shares her DIY projects, including when things don’t go as planned, makes this an inspiring follow that acknowledges that not all projects will run smoothly, and that’s okay!
- A Pop of Pretty (Twitter: @APopofPretty)
A Pop of Pretty has some “pretty” amazing ideas. The Frozen inspired Christmas tree is store window worthy, and this Canadian blogger shares tips and tutorials to help you style your home pretty! Be prepared to get green with envy and drool over this DIYer who makes all projects look both easy and awesome.
- Markova Design
Do you want to learn how to make a diamond tufted headboard or make a typography pillow? Then look no further, this is the blog for you. Written by a Vancouver based mother of three you’ll see quality of posting with about one new post per month, but don’t worry, this blog has been going for a number of years with ample back catalogue to get your home décor and DIY juices flowing.
- Desire to Inspire (Twitter: @desiretoinspire)
Kim and Jo are both interior design junkies who live a world away from each other, and have never met in person, despite having run their site together since 2006 after they met on Flickr. Enjoy photo design inspiration sourced from Canada and Australia all together, guaranteed to take you down a design rabbit hole you’ll return to again and again.
- Apartment Therapy (Twitter: @AptTherapy)
Founded in 2007 Apartment Therapy is on a mission to act as a resource to help readers make their homes beautiful, organized, and healthy. With a plethora of articles and ideas that are organized by topic, rooms, budgets and décor styles you’re sure to find something that will meet your needs and budget. The resources on small space living, budget and green living provide simple tricks to make your life and home better today!
- My Repurposed Life (Twitter: @repurposedlife)
Gail is someone who loves to make treasure out of trash. Along with three other regular contributors this site focuses on up cycling, re-purposing, and making older items pretty and useful again. Thrift shoppers and garage sale fiends can use this blog to generate ideas and shopping lists this spring to create headboard wall shelves, cubby organizers, and more.