Print & Pattern This British-based blog does what it says on the tin.
A site dedicated to all things print and pattern related, it’s worth a visit if you’re looking for inspiration to liven up a space with bright engaging products ranging across everything from textiles to wallpaper, tableware, books and illustrations. Founded by Portland, Oregon-based floral stylist Chelsea Fuss, this lifestyle and interiors site is rooted in floral inspiration but avoids feeling twee.
Loop the Loop uk Run by Laura and Adam Norgan this website stocks contemporary pieces including an interesting range of vintage one-offs, industrial lighting, mirrors, shelving and storage.
Much of their stock has a simpler look or industrial providence.
Remodelista Part magazine, part sourcebook, Remodelista has editorial contacts worldwide and its mix of stories reflect this global reach.
Along with beautiful homes, it features new shops, the best products from lighting to loo roll holders, and plenty of get-the-look advice – all on a global scale.
National Trust treasure hunt One for those of you with a penchant for history and restoration, this site celebrates the homes belonging to the National Trust with a behind-the-scenes look at the objects in them, the stories behind them, and the renovation and work that goes into preserving them.
All that marble, brass and paisley is also sure to inspire you to similarly grand ideas.It does a nice line in industrial chic, has an element of the vintage to it and eschews ubiquitous minimalist styling for a more opulent, personal and lived-in feel.If eclectic urban luxury is your vibe, you really can’t go far wrong here.Bloesem Living Visually adept blog by Dutch graphic designer Irene Hoofs, who now lives in Malaysia.There’s a slight bias toward the clean lines and quirky style of Dutch design, which is no bad thing, and a mix of homes, stores and beautifully curated image galleries.US based, its images have a nostalgic retro quality.