10 of the Hottest Plant and Design Blogs (and Hashtags!) to Follow Right Now
Design Blog Inspiration – you can never have enough, especially when it comes to creating a healthy, happy lifestyle through plants and interior design. And while both are beautiful separately, we argue that they’re even better together. You could say a home without plants is like a cake without icing. Don’t agree? Take a look at 10 of these designers who are proving our point and currently taking the internet by storm.
With a discerning eye and a green thumb, these everyday designers take their once average spaces and turn them into something truly spectacular. Check them out, give them a follow, and start bringing your dream home to life!
This is the first dose of design blog inspiration. Jen is is a product and decor stylist out of Indiana who really knows how to make any space feel refreshingly breathable and creative. Check out her work here!
Inspired from a fresh and airy feel that could only come from living by the shore, Cara shares her space and techniques on how to achieve the same breezy look. Cara sports the White 40W Aspect above her beautiful Kumquat tree.
Nicole and her family in the Upper West Side of NYC will show you- no matter how small your space- you can achieve any desired style.
Sara of sadies_lovely_life sets a standard for the bohemian-chic look that anyone can achieve.
Eunice and her Instagram feed is a must-follow for any plant lover. She keeps planting fun and hosts some remarkable favorite giveaways you can’t miss out on. Eunice chooses to keep her corner green with a 20W White Aspect.
Summer Rayne Oakes of homesteadbrooklyn has been the front-runner of the indoor houseplants moving that is taking the world by storm. Be sure to check out her incredible Brooklyn apartment. Inspirational to say the least.
Jessica of imjessicabringham knows exactly how to add a modern, green touch to a timeless and classic style. She seamlessly supports her plants in her green room with an 40W White Aspect.
Dee of stayathomeplantmom has keep us incredibly envious with the constant plant and design additions to her home. Keep it up, Dee!