Erin and her blog, Elements of Style, is definitely in our element (see what we did there?) But in all honesty, if you haven’t discovered this sweet piece of design heaven then you have yet to live. Erin offers her readers’ eclectic southern charm kitchens, q+a’s with celeb homeowners and she even showcases some fun fashion Fridays. Not only will your home stay in style, but your wardrobe will too.
Erin over at Earnest Home co. coins her style as ‘the new traditional.’ Her blog features diy room renos, before and after inspiration as well as up and coming projects. The Earnest Home Co. is all about promoting authentic, resourceful and creative living. Her design spaces are light, bright and just what we like. We absolutely love her open shelving kitchen project and farmhouse design plans. She also has some totally cool bookshelf styling ideas for how to style a bookshelf without a lot of books.
Cassandra over at Coco + Kelley is all about capturing the essence of effortless sophistication. Over on the blog, you can find yourself immersed knee deep in modern styling concepts. Some of our favorite postings include her room of the week feature where she showcases stunning interior inspiration. She also posts styling tips on room refreshes and great DIY ideas like a floating wood brass shelf + built in light (so fun!) It’s important for your home to feel fresh and welcoming and that’s exactly what Coco + Kelley can help you achieve.
City Farmhouse is the definition of living a modern country life one project at a time. We can almost feel the coastal breeze coming in from these design ideas. Think white, light blue, airy features and reclaimed wood. Her posts include fun DIY pillows as well as Hamptons inspired rooms, of course. Can it get more coastal then that?
Justina over at The Jungalow is all about bringing the outdoors in. She elevates the bohemian look to unlike any design vision we’ve seen before and we love it. We’re talking palms, planters and indoor garden windows of course. Take a look at some cheerful wallpaper designs or have fun with hanging planters, The Jungalow’s organic vibes will not disappoint. We love her post on refreshing bookshelves, she calls it #shelfies. Don’t miss a thing and keep up with The Jungalow.