COCOCOZY – 88K
She’s a self-professed design junkie, and we love her for it. “Coco” launched COCOCOZY, not because she’s an interior designer or a decorator (because she doesn’t claim to be), but because her definition of home is about a place you call your own. The inspirations she shares are filled with fresh details, rich textures, and homey finds.
Yellow Brick Home – 3500
It’s a story many of us wish we could tell: A husband (Scott) and wife (Kim) pack a van and head from Cincinnati to Chicago to begin a new chapter of life. They land in a 675-square-foot condo on the second floor of a yellow brick home and, soon after, launch a blog. If you’re a DIY fanatic, you must follow this hands-on duo’s every step. (Note: they’ve moved on from that yellow brick home but keep its spirit alive.)
Creature Comforts – 82K
Wish you could rely on something satisfying to start your day? Well, we count on Ez Pudewa for that. She has the power to pair any unthinkable color palette, and her craft projects do more than just accent a home—they make it so personal.
Reading My Tea Leaves – 3K
Erin Boyle, her husband and baby occupy 400 sq. ft. in Brooklyn and make it look easy. She shares her tips on life in small spaces with personal photos and elegantly-written essays. Her commitment to sustainability in the home inspires us all to care a little bit more about what we bring inside.
Design*Sponge – 197K
There’s a reason why Design*Sponge tops the best lists year after year. Grace Bonney and her team showcase clever DIYs, give us glimpses into homes all over the world, and offer us before and after’s that blow our minds.
Lark & Linen – 4K
Toronto-based designer and lifestyle blogger Jacquelyn Clark brings us inspiration for every facet of our lives: from dinner party ideas, recipes and interior inspo, her roundups are what keep us coming back for more.
Decor8 – 145K
Holly Becker has been blogging about design since 2006. It’s safe to say she knows her stuff. Whether she’s sharing new design books, trends or interviews, Holly continues to be a top resource for design addicts old and new.
The Hunted Interior – 9K
Kristin Jackson’s design philosophy—that you should hunt your surroundings to build a layered space that’s true to you—inspires us to keep decorating when the going gets tough. Sometimes really tough. Her adventurous approach to DIY projects will give even an amateur decorator that much-needed confidence boost. See her latest teen bedroom redo.
A Beautiful Mess – 395K
Homemade happiness. That's what comes to mind when we think about Elsie and Emma, two super-creative sisters dreaming up crowd-worthy ideas day after day. This dynamic duo escorts us through homes and prove, through their own can-do attitudes, that DIY is meant for everyone.