Curating a creative space needn’t be pricey and inaccessible, as these innovative bloggers prove.
Hannah in The House
Hannah In The House was established in 2010.
After completing a degree in decorative arts, and working in the interiors industry for 10 years, Hannah created her blog as a personal outlet to continue her passion and share her obsessions with style and interiors.
She favours minimalism, simplicity, and craftsmanship, with a particular love for Scandinavian design. Now blogging as a full time career, she shares design and inspiration, crafts and travel tips.
Lobster & Swan
Jeska is a stylist, blogger, photographer, wife and devotee to two naughty tabby cats.
Lobster & Swan is the place where she shares all the things that catch her eye, from favourite recipes and decorating ideas to daily discoveries and inspirations.
Lobster & Swan, created in 2007, was one of the UK’s original design and interior inspiration blogs, an exciting journey that has led to launching an online lifestyle boutique, The Future Kept, with her husband in 2014.
Swoon Worthy chronicles the updates, DIY projects and “eclectic boho glam” design that Kimberly Duran and her partner make to their Edwardian home, and their inspiration for those changes.
Kimberly believes strongly that you don’t need huge amounts of cash to get a stylish space that reflects your personality, just a little creativity and a willingness to get your hands dirty.
Following the blog’s success, Kimberly now writes freelance for a number of retail blogs as well as providing consultancy to businesses.
Founded in 2009, Bright Bazaar is best known for both colour ideas, and make-you-smile style inspiration across the home, design and travel categories.
It has been named as a recommended read by publications around the world, from Elle Decor to The Huffington Post.
Will works as a freelance author, creative consultant and lifestyle blogger, and continues to share his daily adventures across his social media platforms.
Last year he released his first design book, Bright Bazaar: Embracing Colour For Make-You-Smile Style.
Sarah Akwisombe Blog
Sarah started her blog as a way to document her love for statement interiors whilst decorating her art deco flat in South Croydon.
After being let go from her full time office job she decided to share her journey and style evolution with her readers, who loved her outspoken approach.
She has won two blogging awards, collaborated with some of the most respected brands and assisted renowned interior stylists and designers in the game, sharing her every move with her cult following.
Pippa Jameson Interiors
Pippa Jameson is a leading interior stylist, consultant and TV personality, with recent projects including style consultant for the launch of George Home, and as the on screen designer for ITV1’s Bad Builders Bang To Rights.
Pippa started her award-winning site in 2008 and uses it as a platform to share her industry knowledge.
Showcasing leading trends, she offers advice on how to introduce current looks within your home and gives tips on her top high-street buys.
Katy trained as a teacher, however she found herself on Pinterest rather than planning lessons.
Apartment Apothecary was a place to share all of her decorating ideas, until she decided to take the leap and make blogging full time a reality.
Now having written about interiors for more than two years, she documents her home DIY makeovers as well as suggesting design and craft ideas.
Katy is also an interiors stylist and writes for craft magazines.
Love Chic Living
Love Chic Living was born in 2012, when Jen Stanbrook desired a creative space to share her love of inspirational home design, which would be achievable particularly for families.
After just three months it was nominated for an award, and went on to win Cosmopolitan magazine’s Best Home Interiors Blog title.
Offering top tips, design ideas and inspiration, Jen has used her own site as a platform for sharing film and video.
She is a TV presenter and works on many filming projects.
The Ordinary Lovely
Rachel founded The Ordinary Lovely in September 2014; celebrating the small things that make her ordinary life that little bit lovelier.
The full-time mother of two has a part-time interiors obsession, and is passionate about sharing those sweet and simple moments, and offering tips for brightening up the home.
Through her blog, she aims to inspire her readers to create a fun yet functional family space, and to embrace the frequent not-so-tidy outcome of young children.
Pentreath and Hall
Pentreath & Hall is an Aladdin’s cave of antiques, new homewares, and exclusive decorative items.
Its weekly blog, Inspiration, has become regular Monday morning reading for thousands around the globe. Ben Pentreath and Bridie Hall came to shopkeeping unexpectedly.
Ben is an architectural and interior designer. Bridie is a decorative artist and maker.
Both are creating a new British tradition that respects the past but is never dull, and both bring a powerful creative dynamic to the shop that they have run together since 2008.
[Source:- The Telegraph ]