Interior design is a popular niche for blogs and websites. With most people doing their own home interior design, these blogs give amateurs a lot of fresh and creative ideas that professionals actually do.  

Here are our top 5 picks: 

Apartment Therapy 

Maxwell Ryan has struck a chord in many readers with his practical and affordable design tips and ideas in decorating an apartment, without breaking the bank. He specializes in giving home tours and his design ideas are so alluring! He takes on DIY projects to save on cash. You can even use wood flooring, which can look great in apartments. You can get them from

Wit & Delight 

Coming out of St. Paul, Minnesota is a blogger who specializes in lifestyle and parenting blogs. Kate Arends has built a strong following because of her sensible tips in interior design, personal style, and parenting. She gives doable advice in home renovation, decorating a home with a lived-in look and feel, and motherhood. She features interior design wish lists and brands to make your home decor ideas come to life.


If you are looking for decorating and entertaining ideas that give off an elegant vibe, look no further. EyeSwoon by Athena Calderone is the go-to site if you want classy decorating ideas, flower arrangement tips and inspirations, and how to decorate and set up a table for entertaining. You can also find recipes from Calderone who is a chef, interior designer, and the penultimate hostess.


Cococozy is the brainchild of Coco, an LA gal who has a knack for talking about interior design and fashion and meshing them so well. She gives good, sound advice on fashion and decor in such a light tone that is why her popularity has surged. This inspired her to start her own product line, selling decor and textiles.

Old Brand New 

Dabito is an expert when it comes to giving tips and advice on DIY projects that make your home look like a professional designed and decorated it. He also suggests affordable home decor that you can snag to complete the look of your home. He has a knack for using existing furniture with new ones oh-so-effectively, not to mention his love for colors.