Cute and vintage? Sleek and stylish? Whatever your interior design look, there's probably a blog about it.
Whether you're looking for a lifestyle makeover or tips on buying home accessories, you'll get loads more inspiration for your house style from our favourite interior design blogs.
Pippa Jameson Interiors
Pippa Jameson is an interior stylist and so her blog, as you'd expect, is full of lovely little design finds as well as tips and tricks to make your house look lovely. The blog has several different authors who scour the country reviewing products and visiting shows, as well as putting together some top notch DIY and decorating advice.
Architecture, design and interiors projects are the order of the day at Dezeen, a design magazine whose slick photography and stylish layout make this a firm favourite with 4Homes. Featuring the very best in design from all over the world, from museum pieces to multi million pound homes, you might say it's more of a curated online exhibition than a blog.
Back home now, to HomeShoppingSpy, Ideal Home magazine's blog. The obvious joy with which Deputy Shopping Editor, Ellie Tennant, writes is infectious and - if you're anything like us - you'll soon be out spying for cute and stylish home interior bargains yourself. No, we didn't realise we needed larder labels until now, either...
In her own words, Caroline Taylor's blog "stitches together ideas, thoughts and inspiration about interior decoration". Loads of pretty and practical tips here for lovers of the mismatched, the vintage and the cute-but-not-kitsch.
Again, the great photography on this US-based lifestyle website really gets our tastebuds tingling. Design*Sponge's editorial team update the site around ten times a day with inspiring - and altogether very cool - home and product design.
Sian has her fingers in many housey pies. One minute she's restoring Victoriana, the next she's swanning around Grand Designs Live. The Moregeous blog (moregeous meaning "more gorgeous", of course) is definitely Sian's personal blog, though, and so we get to see how her eye for design has an effect on her own house, local community events and plenty more.
And finally: bored of your BILLY? Then this is for you. The folks who submit to ikeahackers are a resourceful lot. From the subtle to the silly, the idea is to repurpose IKEA products to suit your personal situation - with some surprisingly nifty results. If you aren't inspired to try it yourself, you'll at least have fun reading about others' efforts.
Be inspired to create your perfect home...