Our Favorite Home Décor Bloggers for Inspiration

Decorating your home is fun, but it can also be a daunting task. There are tons of décor options to choose from, one million variables to consider, and the dreaded design rut to overcome. So, what should you do if the décor inspiration just isn’t flowing? Look to the people who have it in excess! Bloggers are often a great source for home inspiration—they usually have a unique design perspective, a tendency to update their spaces frequently, and quality images of their home for you to browse. Down below we break down the most inspired bloggers by style so that you can finally achieve the look you want.

Modern: A House in the Hills
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Sarah Yates is a true interior design queen. She’s pulled off San Diego Spanish, L.A. Mid-century, and Palm Springs Modern all perfectly over the years, and she always manages to keep it fresh and new. Her Palm Springs home was the most modern of her three California oases, but each of them has had a distinctly contemporary feel. Check out her blog for your daily dose of design inspiration.

Traditional With a Twist: Elements of Style
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Erin Gates has a seriously stylish portfolio featuring the perfect blend of traditional and modern silhouettes, subdued and bright colors, and classic and cool patterns. If you lean toward a classic design approach but are looking to bring a little something special to the table, Elements of Style is the place for you.

French Country: Cedar Hill Farmhouse 
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If anyone knows French Country, it’s Anita Joyce of Cedar Hill Farmhouse. Both her city home and her home on Cedar Hill Farms are awash with antique finishes, sophisticated slipcovers, and cream-colored accents. She knows just how to pair the elegant with the comfortable, achieving the perfect balance that is French Country décor. Swing by her site for tips, tricks, and even DIYs!

Bohemian: Justina Blakeney
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Justina Blakeney is well known in the décor sphere as a go-to bohemian designer. At the Jungalow, more is always more—more color, more texture, more pattern, and more plants. Her layered looks and bright color schemes are sure to inspire you, plus she has styled for huge brands like Anthropologie, CB2, Target, and Pottery Barn, so there’s no shortage of inspiring spaces on her blog. Take a peek at her colorful home and you’re guaranteed to breathe new life into yours.

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