8.09.2015

My Current Favorite Interior Design Blogs

The interior design blogging world is full of immensely talented people. I truly admire their hard work and talent, and appreciate that they are willing to share it online with the world. Blogs and Pinterest have profoundly changed the interior design world over the past several years, and I'm thrilled to be a small part of it here at May Richer Fuller Be. I've learned so much about interior design in both writing this blog and helping others with their homes. Pursuing this blog and my new e-design business have inspired me to be more creative, helped me define my home and design styles, and challenged me to pursue my passions.

And you know what? I couldn't do what I do here without being a part of and observing the creative community. Lately, since launching my e-design business, I've been particularly drawn to the talents and portfolios of several interior designers. The spaces they've put together are an incredible inspiration, and today I thought I'd share a few of my current favorites with y'all. You're probably familiar with some of them, but I hope to introduce you to a few new ones as well. It's time to grab a cup of coffee and stay awhile, because you're about to fall into the black hole of some beautiful homes!

*Please give these awesome designers and sites the love they deserve - pin from the original source! Links are below the photos.

Studio McGee

This is one talented lady. I don't think there's a single project she's done that I haven't wanted to be in my home. Her clean, transitional/modern style is just amazing.

{Studio McGee}
{Studio McGee}

withHEART

Jennifer Stagg has done a lot of great client projects, but my favorite right now is her own home renovation. It's getting a makeover from the ground up and I can't wait to see it when it's all finished. 

{withHEART}
{withHEART}

Emily Henderson

Emily Henderson has always an out of the box thinker. I've been following her since her Design Star days on HGTV and have really come to appreciate her style. She's willing to push the limits way more than I am- I'm always amazed at her ability to use many different styles and make them cohesive in a space.

{Emily Henderson}
{Emily Henderson}

House of Jade Interiors

House of Jade Interiors was started by one of my favorite bloggers, Kirsten Krason (her old blog was 6th Street Design School), and another interior designer, Erin Morgan. Together, the two of them are a dynamic duo that create gorgeous, bright spaces like the ones you see below.

{House of Jade Interiors}
{House of Jade Interiors}

The Hunted Interior

I've been a big fan of Kristen's work for a long time. She's not scared to DIY and is constantly changing up her home to fit her and her family's needs. Like Emily Henderson, she has a crazy awesome ability to mix and match different styles beautifully. 

{The Hunted Interior}
{The Hunted Interior}

Homepolish

Ok, so this one's not actually a single designer, but the work this group of designers does is gorgeous! Homepolish is an interior design service that employs many designers all across the country and it is one of the inspirations for my e-design biz. 

{Homepolish}
{Homepolish}

Amber Interiors

Amber Interiors seems to pop up everywhere I look. I especially love her kitchens and bathrooms for their modern, but still classic style. There's always a unique touch in every space that makes it truly special.

{Amber Interiors}
{Amber Interiors}

Tessa Neustadt

Last, but not least is actually a photographer! Several of the blogs you see above employ Tessa to shoot their finished spaces and man, she's good. Her portfolio is FULL of incredible interior shots. I just felt like I couldn't leave her out of this lineup even though she's not an interior designer herself. 

{Tessa Neustadt}
{Tessa Neustadt}

So those are my current faves. What I want to know from you is who are your favorites? Who do I need to check out and add to my feed reader? I'm always on the lookout for more inspiration!


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  2. Chaney! I love this! New designers and eye candy to follow, woot woot! I just had to tell you about my favorite designer, Jenny Komenda. She blogs at http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com and let me tell you, she is good! What I love most about her is how many genius DIY designing ideas she shares. And her DIYs always turn out looking so expensive and gorgeous that you'd never know she did it herself. There's so much DIY out there, but Jenny's are always a step ahead and above. She does stuff that I would never think of, but it seems like whatever she touches turns to gold! I'm sure you'd love her work. Here are two of my very favorite posts from her blog to show you what I mean by how fantastic she is: http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com/2015/07/diy-faux-marble.html and http://littlegreennotebook.blogspot.com/2013/07/diy-concrete-countertops.html

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    1. Yes!! I do love Jenny Komenda and I think her DIYs are awesome (and you're right - they don't look like DIYs!). Add her to the list of faves :).

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