Five design blogs to follow in 2019
It's the lists time of the year again. Christmas lists, the best of the year lists, life-changing lists, etc. We don't want to be an exception, so we have also prepared a list.
As a furniture design brand, we like to keep on the top of all the latest innovations in the field, and that includes keeping up with some of the most relevant influencers.
We know the power of social media platforms like Pinterest and Instagram and the influence it has on the latest trends and styles in the world of interior design. But it's not only about images, we love to read the stories, so the blogs will always be one of the most important sources of information.
Here is a list with five of our favorite blogs to follow in 2019.
Design Hunter was founded by interiors writer and stylist Helen Powell in 2009. Since then it has become one of the UK's leading interiors, design and lifestyle blogs, reaching thousands of readers every month and with an engaged community of followers on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
Also created in 2009, by Nikki Brantmark, My Scandinavian Home will be celebrating it's 10th aniversary next year. It has won numerous awards and is recognized for bringing Scandinavian style to the world outside Northern Europe.
Hannah is a half Danish, half British blogger with a passion for Scandinavian culture and design. On this blog, she shares his love for Scandinavian design, interiors, travel and style, with a healthy obsession for minimalism and simplicity.
Coco Lapine Design is the personal blog of the a Belgian designer living in Munich Sarah Van Peteghem. She's passionate about graphic and interior design.
September Edit is a well known Danish interior blog, with an international reach. The author, Caroline Birk Bahrenscheer, worked many years in Fashion, and decided to creat a blog based on aesthetics, quality and design.
There is a never-ending list and it's possible to spend hours browsing the latest trends and styles in home improvement on blogs from all over the world. We will get back to this subject during next year.