You may have seen our recent post featuring some of our favourite interiors bloggers. Well, we also have a few faves when it comes to UK interior designers who blog.

Here are 4 top blogs by UK interior designers, in no particular order.

APD Interiors

Founded by Andrew Dunning, APD Interiors’ design blog is the place to go for expert advice on interior design and property styling. If you’re planning on redoing your interior this year, pick up handy pointers on using colour, planning storage and room layouts. Andrew’s blog also features projects completed by Andrew and his team with insightful commentary on the process from planning stage right through to specifying door handles.

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Kia Designs

Kia Stanford runs an international Interior Design company which specialises in creating ‘stunning, personalised residential interiors’. Amidst invaluable articles from installing flooring to lighting to furnishings, Kia offers great insights into the working life of an interior designer. We also love her ‘Spotlight on’ feature, highlighting the works of artists and craftspeople.

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Dear Designer

Interior designer and writer Carole King shares her inspiration and latest design infatuations via her blog Dear Designer. Her ‘House Tours’ feature is sure to spark house envy…hey, it’s good to have something to aspire to! With an abundance of masterly advice on how to incorporate design trends into your own home, this is an indispensable blog for those looking to keep their interiors bang up-to-date without having to spend a fortune.

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Chapter Seven Design

Interior designers Andrew & Joanne Smith share their project news and industry updates via their ‘Editorial’ blog page. Their mission is to ‘explain more about the journey we go on from the moment we receive each client brief to the completed commission’. This relatively new blog features project before-and-afters, upcoming trends and guest bloggers; we’re looking forward to reading lots more of their blog in 2017.

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