Blog Profiles: Home Decor Blogs

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Decorating admittedly is not one of my strengths, so I’m always looking for inspiration.

And as fall ramps up, I’m craving a change-up around the house.

But with so many styles, stores, and DIY options, it can be tough making a decision.

Since there is a multitude of home decor blogs out there, I decided to narrow the field and pick a few of my favorites that provide budget friendly decorating ideas.

1. The Inspired Room

Written by Melissa Michaels, The Inspired Room offers great interior decorating inspiration while keeping budget in mind.

“I keep things very simple!” Michaels explains. “I’m DIY-challenged and always on a budget, so if I can figure out a way to [do] decorate or organize my home without a lot of time, stress or money, I will.”

Check out these recent posts: Four Cozy Fall Morning Routines, How to Decorate a Coffee Table in Any Season, 20 Little Things to Love about Fall

Follow @theinspiredroom on Twitter.

Six recent posts from @theinspiredroom on Instagram

Credit: @theinspiredroom on Instagram

2. Jennifer Rizzo

Jennifer Rizzo runs her lifestyle blog and retail store out of Lisle, IL, and focuses on handmade decor and ideas to personalize a space.

If you’re looking to refresh a room with plants, hand-paint a piece of wall art, or upcycle a piece of furniture, you’ll likely find inspiration here.

I recommend reading $100 Kitchen Island Idea- Repurposed Sewing Table, Paint a Boho Dip-Dyed Basket, and An Easy Way to Paint Small Areas.

Follow @Jenniferrizzodc on Twitter.

Six recent posts from @jenniferrizzodesigncompany on Instagram

Credit: @jenniferrizzodesigncompany on Instagram

3. A Beautiful Mess

Run by sisters Elsie and Emma, A Beautiful Mess is a lifestyle blog that covers decor, DIY projects, food, style, and blogging.

The designs aren’t just #goals, they’re doable. Simply select the room you need ideas for, and A Beautiful Mess will provide you with plenty of inspiration.

These posts caught my eye: My (Easy) Living Room Accent Wall, Do You Make Your Bed?, Tips For Decorating An Outdoor Living Space.

Follow @abeautifulmess on Twitter.

Six recents posts from @abeautifulmess on Instagram

Credit: @abeautifulmess on Instagram

4. A Cultivated Nest

A Cultivated Nest, started in 2007, is a budget-minded blog that offers ideas for decor, organizing/cleaning, DIY projects, and more.

Blog posts are written by a team of contributors, so you can find a variety of styles and viewpoints, but the goal is always the same. “My team and I write about ways you can save money,” says owner Manuela, “budget friendly organizing ideas, ways to manage your home more efficiently, easy decorating and craft projects, DIY beauty products, and recipes that are easy and budget friendly.”

Check out these posts: Farmhouse Decorating on a Budget: Thrifty Tips, 20 Brilliant DIY Jewelry Organizing Projects, How to Do the No Spend Month Challenge

Follow @ACultivatedNest on Twitter.

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for home decor news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Author Rocky Parker works in Audience Relations at PR Newswire. When she’s not working, Rocky can be found testing new recipes, binge watching a new Netflix series, or taking her pitbull puppy Hudson out around town.

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