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Top Blogs to Give St. Louis Homeowners Some Design Inspiration

May 16, 2020 | Industry News

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Do you feel as though your home's interior design is stuck in the days of decades past? You don’t have to be an interior designer to give your home a fresh new look, you just need some inspiration and creativity. While watching reruns of home design shows on HGTV can give you a flicker of motivation, the comfort of the couch can draw you back in. Why not check out some of the top design blogs to start your design makeover? Here are a few that may give you the motivation and inspiration you need to get started.


Apartment Therapy


Maxwell Ryan donned himself the “apartment therapist” back in 2001 when he was working as an interior designer and life coach. His approach towards the design of a client’s home was to help them to learn enough about themselves and their own passions to create a living space that was conducive to them personally. By 2004, his Apartment Therapy newsletter morphed into a media company that has now become one of the top blogs for design inspiration, how to guides, and includes tips and tricks for everything home related, from gardening to finances.  The site includes house tours from cities around the globe, a how-to guide for home maintenance and gardening, organizational and cleaning solutions, shopping guides, and articles about everyday life decisions. Apartment Therapy is unique in that it enables you to determine what styles and designs suit your taste, as well as tips and tricks as to how to accomplish your goals on your own.


Bright Bazaar by Will Taylor


Will Taylor brings a refreshingly optimistic twist to interior design and personal style with his “make you smile” style. Bright Bazaar is aptly named due to Will’s impressive and unique use of color in his design style. Peruse the blog’s Interior section which includes many inspiring ideas in the home tours and design finds articles. Tour the globe through his Travel section which is full of destinations and designer hotels. Inspire your personal style through the Style section or find some great new recipes, get entertaining tips, learn household hacks, or how to make a great cocktail in the Life section. His blog has plenty of inspiration for you to utilize to your heart’s content.




If you’re feeling that you may need a bit of help deciding on a new style or design for your home, Decorilla is here to help. As an online decorating company, Decorilla works as somewhat of a matchmaker between the client and their designers. The client provides information regarding their likes and wants for the space, and Decorilla finds a designer who will provide ideas or concepts that match the client's personality and can be done within their budget. The client can then purchase the items they like to decorate their space. In addition to this hands-on service, their blog offers a plethora of helpful design tips and decor ideas. 


Coco Kelley


Cassandra Lavalle is both the founder of Coco Kelley, which prides itself on their design style which is consistently providing fresh and innovative ideas on interior design, party hosting, travel, food, and fashion. The Interior section of the site offers home tours, a sneak peek at the founders home, categories by room, as well as a room of the week. Based out of Seattle, the travel section has a focus on the Pacific Northwest but also explores wanderlust design and US travel. If you’re looking for entertaining tips, Coco Kelley is full of ideas for recipes for food and cocktails, as well as party and holiday ideas. Peruse the DIY section for home design projects, floral arrangements and holiday themes or read some articles in the lifestyle section for personal style or wellness and beauty. Coco Kelley is all about sophistication.



These blogs offer some new and innovative tips to help inspire your next home makeover. Let us know what room you redesigned.

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