Top 22 Interior Design and Gardening Blogs to Follow
15th February 2018
Whether you’re an active member of the Pinterest and Instagram community, or you’re open to exploring new and exciting blogs related to all things interior and garden – with our roundup of Gardening blogs to follow you’ll never be stuck for new inspiration to follow.
Bloggers are perfect for finding new and inspiring material. With a quick swipe on your smartphone you can open yourself up to a world of interior and garden enthusiasts with excellent taste, who can inspire you to switch up your decor. Here are 20 interior and garden bloggers to get you started:
Freelance blogger and interiors stylist Susie exudes authenticity through her writing and love for all things interiors. Her appreciation for vintage and recycling gives her blog a unique identity.
Susie has been featured in Manchester Confidential, The Best Designs of 2015 and many other publications.
Sarah from Girl About House is an interior designer and creative director based in Hertfordshire. Her style is a fusion of classic and contemporary, which brings about exciting projects for her to work on in and around the London area.
She prides herself in being able to draw inspiration from pretty much anything that surrounds her, which exudes in her visually stunning blog
Alexandra Campbell of The Middle Sized Garden is an author and journalist who loves to garden. She currently writes for interior and garden sites such as Good Housekeeping, Times Magazine and The Daily Telegraph.
Alexandra actively shares tips and tricks on maintaining a middle-sized garden, including money-saving tips and planting advice. This is certainly one of our Gardening blogs to follow.
Claire Gaudion is a contemporary textiles designer who makes use of woven and printed materials for home accessories.
Claire makes use of her immediate surroundings of the Channel Islands to inspire her designs, giving her a unique and authentic edge to her textile design. Her blog is also filled with tips on colour trends and roundups of her favourite instagram feeds.
Family-based garden and interiors blog Growing Family is an inspiring blog based around busy family life. Catherine has a passion for things that grow and shares insightful tips on how you can get the family involved too!
Carole’s blog Dear Designer is a collation of all interior-related content that inspires her personally. She shares everything from shopping websites, products, hotels and designers themselves.
Carole has since turned her passion into a career and regularly writes interior design reviews and documents the latest trends.
The brother and sister duo at Such and Such created their online store offering original lifestyle and homeware pieces. They are passionate about authenticity and craftsmanship.
Such and Such are passionate about how things are made and the story each product has to say which gives each and every product on their site its own unique voice.
Garden therapy is filled with garden-related projects and crafts that are both inventive and creative for the avid gardener. Stephanie is an advocate for spending time outdoors and connecting with nature through such projects.
Her inspiring story behind Garden Therapy inspired her saying “Gardening is cheaper than therapy (and you get tomatoes)” which we thought was very powerful!
Malcolm of Designsixtynine is an award-winning interior designer and blogger who has a fascination for all things inspiring. He is also an art and design lecturer in Aberdeen which is another outlet allowing him to teach what he loves.
Dan Cooper of The Frustrated gardener had green fingers at a very early age. His love for gardening has enabled him to become an award-winning garden blogger full of exciting tips on garden blogging itself as well as reading lists and growing tips on various plant species.
London-based creative lifestyle bloggers Emma Jane Palin has a love for all things design, interiors and travel. This unique trio is what gives Emma’s blog a cultured, colourful and innovative feel when browsing her interior design inspiration.
Her passion for design has landed her features in Timeout, Metro and various other publications, and he regularly runs blogger networks at We Blog Design to help other aspiring bloggers in the field.
Alice in Scandiland is a multi-award winning blog about with specific focus on her family home in Cornwall. After renovating and decluttering her home she has since started blogging about her interior journey and the potential her readers have in their own homes.
Katie is a design journalist who has landed key pieces for The Guardian, Crafts Magazine, Elle and many more. Her talent for writing has earned her consultative and curative roles throughout her career, granting her opportunities to lecture at universities in the UK and abroad.
Sophie Davis of A Considered Life is passionate about all things minimal and simple. her posts encourage others to lead a more simplistic lifestyle as to declutter and live more meaningfully.
Sophie places great importance on craftsmanship and originality, and is an advocate for supporting independent makers around the world.
Multi-award winning blog Love Chic Living by Jen Stanbrook exudes her natural love and affinity for interior design. From mood board creation to decorating – she enjoys all the process in between and documents her appreciation for great design through her blog.
Awards and various titles have been award by Vuelio, Cosmopolitan and Amara.
Gardening, travel and creative living are the three things you can associate with this well crafted blog by Rochelle. Pith and Vigor is a manuscript that aims to inspire her readers to pursue and cultivate their own creative journeys, meet new people and immerse themselves in nature.
Rochelle has had the pleasure of being featured in Better Homes & Gardens, Apartment Therapy and Gardenista
Hannah In The House is a must for all things Nordic. Her love for Scandinavian living is communicated through the light, minimal aesthetic of her blog which is perfect for those looking for similar inspiration.
Her half Danish heritage sparked a natural curiosity for Scandinavian living such as the home, place, interiors and lifestyle. Hannah In The House has since gained collaborations with brands such as The White Company, Liberty of London and Nomess Copenhagen.
91 Magazine is an indepednant interiors and lifestyle magazine available in print. Caroline Rowland – founder of 91 realised her magazine after finding lacklustre inspiration in mainstream magazines and longed for inspiration that covered many areas of creative living.
Her visually creative magazine has since grown a full team and takes submissions from creative minds alike.
International trend consultant and speaker Gudy Herder’s sharp eye for trend prediction and development is what makes Eclectic Trends a one-stop blog for all things interior-trend related.
Gudy is an advocate for inspiration being all around us – she uses this mentality to delivery lectures and work with top names in the media such as Vogue and Living At Home
Stephanie was previously Garden Editor of Country Living Magazine for 16 years and now writes freelance. Her hands on gardening approach and affinity to nature has allowed her to capture some of the most beautiful imagery of her gardening projects.
Daniel – originally a chef discovered his love for gardening whilst working in the greenhouse business, moving up North and purchasing his own property.
As well as inspirational imagery and DIY posts – they offer insightful tips on how to look after your greenhouse and plant growing guides.