May 25, 2017
The blogosphere has exploded lately showing off some incredibly talented boho interior designers whose style is simply enviable.
Here is a list of the top interior design blogs to inspire you:
Lucy Feagins is one talented Australian lady who's creative flair for interior design and interesting content is second to none! Lucy started her blog in 2008 and since then her popularity has soared collecting over 250k followers on Instagram. Click here to check it out!
Grace Bonney is the talented creative force behind this blog, posting 3-4 times a day! Grace writes in a personal way connecting to her audience as if she were talking with you on the phone, having known you forever. She makes art and interior design reachable, doable and just plain old fun! Check out the site!
When Londoner Niki Brantmark found herself living in Sweden she was captivated by the clean light and bright the Swedes around her had mastered. Her blog shows off how the Scandis have embraced this lifestyle ranging from true minimalist to chic bohemian design. Click here to check it out!
A German blogger out of Berlin captures through beautiful photography a Bohemian interior design style. Check out the site here!
Sister duo Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman have created a blog full of colorful lifestyle inspiration. Their mid-western sensibility shines through as they create truly attainable style and undertake projects that seem totally do-able even if you don't have a creative bone in your body. Check out their blog here!
Want to explore bohemian styles without the long term commitment of traditional wallpaper? Check out our removable floral wallpaper and removable graphic wallpaper for some stylish bohemian designs fit for all room types!
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January 15, 2021
Now that we're living in the 20's, you're probably feeling the need to spruce up your living room in a way that feels updated but still feels like home. We've come up with 15 ways, some simple and some adventurous, to refresh your living room without having to take out a loan.