Interior design websites are a great place to look for ideas and inspiration when you’re decorating your home, but sometimes finding the best ones can be tricky. If you don’t want to spend all your time fruitlessly searching the web, you’re in luck. We’ve done the leg work for you. Read on for our list of the 6 best British interior design websites.
House and Garden is a subscription magazine that covers all the best things happening in the world of design, food, and travel. Their excellent site has a selection of blog posts available to give you just the inspiration you need. The site’s interiors section is full of stylish ideas and guides, covering everything from maximising small spaces to staircase ideas.
Dedicated to interior design, Ideal Home’s site is split into room-by-room sections, each with picture collections, guides, and opinion posts to inspire your inner designer. Their picture guides, such as Country Kitchen, give you not only visual stimulus but also a wealth of information on how to achieve different looks.
From the team behind Ideal Home’s ‘25 Beautiful Homes’ publication, comes the online blog, Room Envy. Much like the magazine itself, Room Envy showcases the latest interior design trends. With plenty of concisely-written hints, tips, dos and don’ts, their posts are ideal if you need some inspiration fast. Their quick guide to the home office trend is a perfect example.
Covering all things rural, Country Life is the perfect read for anyone living out in the villages of Britain’s vast countryside. Do you live in a bustling city? This website proves that you don’t have to have a country cottage to achieve an intimate, cosy feel in your house. Country Life’s interiors section is packed full of ‘Top 10’ countdowns, colour scheme guides and unique finds that can be added to any home.
Period Living is exactly what it says on the tin – the best of period homes, both inside and out. A range of interesting articles cover everything from gardens to individual antiques that complement your vintage design. Their interiors section is one of the best available for period homes, and the site even includes guides to restoration and accounts of completed restoration projects.
Restoration of period homes
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