5 Best Design Blogs For Apartment Inspiration

Apartment inspiration blogs

At the end of March, while most of the world was sleeping, or enjoying the hustle and bustle of NYC, some of the top influencers in design were meeting for the annual Architectural Digest Design Show. This show brings together the who’s who of the design world to collaborate, inspire, and create some of the greatest design masterpieces this world has ever known.

Campion Platt, one of the nation’s leading design experts had a lot to say when it came to everything that the show had to offer, and trust me, it was plenty. Platt was also in good company, because according to Architectural Digest, “The world’s leading brands along with today’s top talent came together in a carefully curated presentation of design, offering inspired vignettes by respected brands, design seminars, culinary demos, and special appearances.”

Beyond just the participants, this show had some of the best products money could buy, “From furniture, accessories, lighting, and art to kitchen, bath, and building projects, the show offers thousands of products to source and shop—both from independent makers and established manufacturers.” Not to mention, some pretty incredible products from Jenn-Air, which come highly recommended from Platt.

However, along with luxury design comes the big bucks. This show may have awakened an interest in finding some of the most affordable and luxurious apartment designs the internet has to offer. There are tons of ways to get cool and trendy design ideas without breaking the bank, or your back.

So here are the top five best design and décor sites for those who need a little extra motivation to kick their domain into the high fashion zone.

Décor Chick

If you’re a fan of all things DIY, and all things super cute, then you will love the Décor Chick. Not only does Emily bring you the best in design, but she has the simplest guides and tricks for how to execute even the most difficult Pinterest décor dilemmas. Not only is it super cute, but it is also super affordable for everyone. You’ll want to make sure you bookmark tons of her projects for later.

The Peak of Chic

Fetching mix of toile and painted floors. #Furlow

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Just like the name says, this blog is the epitome of class. If you’re interested in looking for a little more antique-ish or Hollywood glam style, this might be the perfect blog to suit your fancy. Jennifer Boles, author of In with the Old, knows a thing or two about making the old seem new and fresh again. Her site shows you how to add a pop of old school fashion to any house and make it look and feel modern with a touch of elegance.

Material Girls

This site has it all! Cute décor, fun designs, and even breaks their info into sections based on major cities across the US. If you were scared to take a chance with your décor, the Material Girls site has got you covered.

So Haute

I love a good play on words, so I was hooked at the name. Nicole Gibbons is a design dynamo, and once you sample her site, you won’t want to design anything else without consultint So Haute first. I live by many of her design rules, and there is a reason why: she has impeccable style and is great at what she does. If you’re looking to give your place a much needed update with a little bit of class, then definitely check out this site.

Design Sponge

If you’re all about a little bit of glitz and glam, then Design Sponge is the perfect place to get your design inspiration. The ultimate lifestyle site that provides the best design tips and then some. Look no further for the ultimate inspiration.

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Vannessa Jackson
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