Top 5 the most creative interior design ideas

1. Apartment Therapy

In 2001, Maxwell Ryan often referred to as “the apartment therapist,” started Apartment Therapy. Back then, it was just a weekly newsletter for clients.

By 2004, it had grown into a reliable media company. Apartment Therapy is now a leading site for interior design inspiration, hacks, and tips. It is also famous for putting out daily house tours of readers who send in the raw and unedited designs of their houses.

The main aim of the blog is to stand in the creative gap for clients by inspiring availing them with the best shopping guides, expert advice, and DIY guides. The blog features content in the categories of Design, House Tours, Projects, Organizing & Cleaning, Real Estate, Wellness, Life, Videos, and Bazaar.


2. Mad about the House

Kate Watson-Smyth is a decorated journalist and writer who finds joy in sharing about interiors. She has worked with The Independent, Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, writing for them on matters design, interiors, and property. The blog has won several accolades some of them being the Vuelio No 1 UK Interiors Blog and the Amara Interior Blog Awards Best Design Inspiration Blog.

Mad about the House features her work under Design Classics, designs she is Mad About, House Hunter, The Directory, My House, Your House and lastly a Podcast section. For Kate Watson, this blog is a place where she can get to showcase and express all the interior design work she cannot fit into the newspaper articles she does.

She is also keen on giving readers and listeners (through her podcast section), the inspiration for decorating their homes with what she calls “interesting and unusual items.” She features a wide range of styles, helping you live up to her philosophy- Your home should tell your story.


3. Design Hunter

If you are a sucker for minimalistic interior design, the Design Hunter blog might as well be what you’re looking for. The minimalistic nature of the blog is evident right from the moment you get to their site.

The overall layout is so simple yet oh so elegant. With just three categories, the blog still manages to deliver content on all things design effectively. The three groups on there include interior, design, and lifestyle. Interior features anything from space transformations to finishes and commentaries on surfaces.

The design category offers comprehensive reviews on where to save your coins when shopping for fabulous pieces that add to your designs like rugs, lightings and fixtures, and styling tips, etc. The last category, lifestyle, brings an extra touch to the interiors and design categories. It has lifestyle posts, destinations, fashion, tech, wellness, and beauty.

The blog, founded by Hellen Powell, has received praises from various quarters, some of them being The Sunday Times, Good Housekeeping, Pinterest UK Interiors Shortlist in 2018.


4. House of Brinson

This blog is by Will and Susan Brinson. They are a couple who are deep into photography and creativity, evident from the quality of photos on their blog of designs, food, photography, and travel. The couple is renovating an old house in Hudson Valley, so most of their posts on interior design are based on their renovation adventures in Hudson Valley.

House of Brinson has different categories: interior design, style, renovation, recipes, and adventures. They also recently got opened an online shop. The House of Brinson has been featured by Design*Sponge, House Beautiful, HGTV Design Matters, One Kings Lane Tastemakers, and Lonny Magazine.


5. Bright Bazaar by Will Taylor

Bright Bazaar’s tag line “Make you smile style” is bodied in the way this blog is crafted. The other part of the name, Bright, is by all means not exaggerative because the blog in itself is bright and beautiful.

A blog divided into four categories gives you bright interiors, bright style, bright travel, and bright life. He has rich interior content on bathrooms, home office, home tours, kitchens, living rooms, and some of his latest collections with regards to interiors.

In style, Will breaks down spring and summer styles on one end and autumn coupled together with winter styles on the other. Travel also features and broken down into continental trip where he brings to us America, Europe as well as summer and winter destinations. design_hunterIn style, Will breaks down spring and summer styles on one end and autumn coupled together with winter styles on the other. Travel also features and broken down into continental trip where he brings to us America, Europe as well as summer and winter destinations.