Home decor bloggers we love
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“Decor Junkie”, Louise Bell left her high-flying job in magazines to pursue her other passion – home design.
Morgan Satterfield started blogging when renovating her first home – a mid-century brick house - writing all about her design dilemmas and solutions.
With a personal style that’s “part classic, part eclectic and high on personality”, award winning interior designer and blogger Dana Tomic Hughes showcases some truly unique offerings on her blog, Yellow Trace.
Amanda Harris is an interior designer, blogger and shop lady at Oliveaux Interiors.
This blog is dedicated to good design in a multiplicity of forms – interiors, art, illustration and architecture.
The Brisbane-based boutique owner, blogger and Instagrammer is known for her bold use of pattern and colour, her love of textile and vintage furnishings. Even Martha Stewart is a fan!
Kellie Collis of Ada and Darcy is a boutique owner and blogger. with a particular fondness of gingham, paisley and peony prints.
Heather Nette King, the interior stylist, has a thing for bold colour combos, as we gathered from her electric blue dining chairs, deep pink kitchen floor, blog and Instagram.
Okay, so while technically not a blogger, Olga Lewis’ Instagram is definitely worth a squiz. She is the co-owner of PAD in Sydney, a favourite shopping spot for magazine stylists.
Jessica Hanson is a Sydney-based interior and props stylist with a penchant for Liberty prints.
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HOME SWEET HOME: Good interiors inspiration is hard to find.
We love snooping around other peoples’ homes, and perusing home blogs and Instagram albums is the next best thing.
A good one is better than Stair Porn and Bookshelf Porn combined, filled with stunning images and expert styling tips. Our favourites have even urged us to do crazy things, like covering up our whitewashed walls in zany wallpaper and taking up ambitious reupholstering jobs. The best ones act as visual goldmines for anyone looking to decorate, offering an endless scroll of stunning patterns and interesting textures.
These lovingly styled home blogs are also great for outdoor decoration ideas -- which can be tricky to find at the best of times.
With a number of stylists and designers already aboard the blogging bandwagon, we decided some Instagram stalking was in order. These ones, created by a bunch of home bloggers/textile hoarders, did not disappoint.
They act as digital albums for everything close to them, with snaps of families and friends mixed in with interior and outdoors shots and photos of whatever new thing they’re currently finding inspiring.
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