We’ve seen a number of lists recently showing off the “top interior design blogs,” so we thought it might be a good idea to show you our favorites! There are a few other lists which are more extensive, so if you still want more, go see this top 100 list or this top 20 list.
This one covers more than just interior design, but it tops basically every list out there of the best interior design blogs. It won the A Design Award in 2013 at well. Lots of unique pieces of furniture on here as well, and an extensive library of content.
This blog is updated constantly. Like, hourly. And it’s all extremely well-written, by multiple authors who cover everything from wallpaper to the business side of design to how the American flag was designed.
“The musings of interior designer/stylist Scot Meacham Wood – living in San Francisco and working on projects across the United States. Following are images that inspire me, events that delight me, and anything that brings a smile to my face.”
Scot has eclectic tastes, and blogs about once every week on, of all things, interior design and (sometimes) cocktails.
Like Living with White, this blog is about homes much more than offices. They feature a house just about every day, showcasing a wide range of design sensibilities.
A blog specifically dedicated to showcasing chairs, from a wide range of manufacturers, designers, and locations. It’s barely an exaggeration to say they’ve probably written about every chair designed in the last 20 years or so.
A blog about the future of design. They don’t stick to interior design on this one, covering everything from cars to jello, of all things, and unique homes and offices.
An incredibly popular blog about design of all stripes. From the site, “Todd Selby is a photographer, director, author and illustrator. His project, The Selby, offers an insider’s view of creative individuals in their personal spaces with an artist’s eye for detail.”
A blog about architecture and design; this is one of the best resources on this list for actually learning more about design, as opposed to just seeing samples. Lots of great photos on this one as well, with a very modern design sensibility.