Transitioning From Summer To Fall Décor
Good morning, lovely companions! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend. We did…and my husband and son gave me a one-hour massage as a gift. They recognised just what this expectant mother required!
I enjoy reading blogs that inspire me to be more creative. Because we rent, my decorating “secret” is to create attractive vignettes and temporary DIY projects… It’s not like knocking down a wall or redecorating a room. Ha! While not all of my favourite home décor websites cater exclusively to renters, you can incorporate elements from them into your own house.
Here are some amazing home decor blogs where I get tonnes of ideas!
1. LOCATIONS FOR NESTING
I adore the Nester not just because she is the Nester, but also because she is a fellow tenant who enjoys her surroundings. She has made a lovely home and has a strong desire for simplicity, which I like. Her backsplash solution for a renter’s kitchen is brilliant…and yes, it involves hot glue.
2. THE COTTAGE WITH LETTERS
It’s tough not to catch the fever while exploring Kevin and Layla’s site because they have such a passionate inventiveness for life and home design. They are skilled stylists, and I admire how they incorporate a vintage feel into every job. Adding individuality to your home decor by using antique, unique objects is a fantastic method to do so.
3. PERFECTLY INAPPROPRIATE
If you have a piece of furniture that has been crying for a coat of paint but you don’t know where to begin, let me tell you…my friend Shaunna can help. She motivates me to pick up a paintbrush and try something new. Reading her blog motivates me to improve… a better mother, designer, and painter who isn’t afraid to take risks.
CENTSATIONAL GIRL, NO. 4
Every time I visit Kate’s site, I know I’ll be inspired by her beautiful photography. Kate is a fashionista with great taste and a gorgeous yet practical sense of style. She makes beautiful furniture out of the most unusual of items, develops one-of-a-kind crafts, and simple decorating tasks that anybody can do, and she can also cook!
THRIFTY DECOR CHICK No. 5
Sarah’s blog was one of the first home/diy blogs I ever came across. Needless to say, I was completely enthralled by her ability to create beautiful things on a shoestring budget. Sarah’s house has changed over time and continues to do so. I enjoy watching the process unfold! While reading Sarah’s blog, I’m quite sure I became addicted to spray paint.
DEAR LILLIE, NO. 6
I’m new to this blog, but I’m enjoying the lovely creations and images. When I look at the lessons (many of which are renter friendly!) and the house tour, I’m constantly inspired. Get a drink of sweet tea and sit down with your computer; the house tour will keep you busy for a while!
7. DESIGN FOR FIELDSTONE HILL
What should I do first? Darlene, the designer behind Fieldstone Hill Design, is one of my favourite people. She has a fine-tuned eye for stunning home decor, in addition to being the loveliest person you’ll ever meet. Her portfolio is full with inspiration, and my favourite postings are her “ditto” ones. Darlene dismantles beautiful rooms piece by piece, demonstrating how to incorporate components into your own house.
DECOR CHICK! is number eight.
Emily, one of my friends, is the Decor Chick. I’ve been reading her blog since I can remember, long before we became close friends. I really like how she’s changed her home over time. Emily gradually adds elements to her home that she enjoys. Take a look at what she did with a simple drawer. She doesn’t have a mantel, but she does have a Pottery Barn Ledge that she uses as a mantle…adorable! it’s
EMILY A. CLARK, No. 9
I’ve been following Emily’s blog for a while and enjoy the design ideas she provides. Graphic patterns, dramatic hues, and useful artwork (read: her children’s paintings) adorn her home. She posts simple DIY projects as well as beautiful before and after images of client interiors.
TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUNG HOUSE LOVE
I could lose myself in Young House Love for hours. John and Sherry are ardent do-it-yourselfers who inspire me with their boundless inventiveness and home-decorating ideas. P.S. I also enjoy reading their blog since it always makes me chuckle!
What’s your go-to home decor website? I’m always on the lookout for new ones!!!
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