Does anyone else get lost on Pinterest and Instagram sometimes? By get lost, we mean lose an hour of time because you keep coming across these amazing home decor photos and blogs that you can’t believe you never stumbled on before. This happens to us more often than we’d like to admit – usually when we’ve set out to do something important and thought, Oh, we’ll just browse Instagram really fast and scroll through our feeds. No big deal. Yeah. Right.
Bright spaces just inspire us. Our dream houses are full of natural light, open spaces, wood floors, light furniture, greige paint, white cabinets and green plants. So we might get a little distracted when we see any or all of the above and think, Ooh! We could do that in our houses!
It’s only natural then that we’d want to share some of S&L’s favorite home decor blogs with you. We keep returning to these over and over again, and hope that they inspire you as much as they do us!
**Disclaimer: These are in no particular order, and are certainly not all-inclusive. There are just too many favorites to do in one post!**
Our Favorite DIY and Home Decor Blogs
If you have not checked our her blog yet (or her new shop), you are seriously missing out. Liz Marie is a vintage and farmhouse decorating pro. Jess gets lost in her Instagram feed constantly because it is so full of innovative ways to use antiques and gorgeous neutrals.
No joke, these sisters are our #buildlikeagirl idols! They can do anything, and their tutorials are so clear that you immediately believe it’ll be just as easy for you. Trust us. If you want to use power tools, you need these ladies in your life.
Neutrals are all the rage and we do love our white and greige, but Kristy’s Instagram feed is just plain eye-catching! She always seems to pair the perfect accent colors, giving her spaces a bright and fun atmosphere. From her DIYs and vignettes to her fun writing and decorating style, Diary of Dave’s Wife is a must read.
If you have kids and love to DIY, this site is the place to be. Young House Love has redone everything you can imagine renovating yourself (and probably more) and has an awesome array of projects relevant to decorating/designing with kids around that aren’t just pretty; they’re practical.
Farmhouse style with a modern coastal twist is the best way we can describe City Farmhouse in words, but that doesn’t do it justice. Jen’s site is full of fun DIY projects and perfectly decorated rooms. She mixes rustic farmhouse with modern seemingly effortlessly. If you love mixing materials like wood and metal, you need to follow City Farmhouse. You will be so inspired!
These are just a few of our absolute favorites! Comment below with some of yours and let us know what inspires you.Follow