So you’ve bought a new house. Or maybe you’re considering one? Or maybe you’re just someone with a penchant for design, architecture, style, and furniture - or maybe not, maybe you’re completely clueless about the whole thing and need an introduction. Either way, we’ve crawled the internet and found 100 interior design and architecture blogs that you should be following, whether you’re in the industry or just curious.

Have a browse, open your mind, see how your tastes change along with the inspiration. And if you have any more you’d like to add, just let us know!


Minimalist Design blogs

1. Love Nordic

Samantha is an interior designer and founder of the Scandinavian design blog Lovenordic. After years of sharing her inspirations via the blog, she founded Story North. Born to an Icelandic mother and English father, she takes great inspiration from the landscape and nature of her motherland. Lovenordic is a place for Samantha to collect and share beautiful work that inspires her.

2. Design Attractor

Jan Skacelik is a graphic designer and Interior Blogger interested into Scandinavian and Mid Century Modern design.

3. Stylizimo

Nina is a Norwegian girl who lives and breathes interior design. What started out as a hobby has now become her full-time job,.

4. Bungalow5

Allan is a 30 something Copenhagen Dweller interiors friend, Car loving self-confessed shoe addict, Crossfit fanatic and world traveller. And this is my platform for my simple, bright and Scandinavian world.

5. The Design Chaser

Founded in 2012 by interior stylist and writer Michelle Halford, T.D.C is a global blog with a focus on Scandinavian interiors and design. Creating quality, engaging content, regular features include New & Noted, Interior Styling and Inspiring Homes. Michelle also shares her own interior styling work, and updates from the home that she and her husband built and share with their two young sons.

6. Grey and Scout

Liz began staging homes for sale in the Denver area in 2009, and started blogging soon after to file all of her projects and inspiration (this was back in ancient times before Pinterest. Liz has been staging full-time since 2011, workign with many wonderful clients and talneted collaborators.

7. My Scandinavian Home

Niki is the CEO and Art Director behind Originally from London I she to Sweden ten years ago. She lives with her husband and two little girls in a house by the sea in Skåne.

8. Fiona Lynch

Renowned for our artistic approach to interior design, Fiona Lynch is a design studio that excels in achieving beautiful and genuine outcomes across retail, hospitality and residential projects. Inventive use of space, materials and custom detail are the creative hallmarks of our practice. With over 20 years experience, award winning director Fiona Lynch has worked with Australia's best. She leads a multidisciplinary team with expertise in architecture and interior design.

9. Design Lykke is an interior and design blog developed to inspire and to create creativity for the reader. The blog was established in November 2012, and has in a short period of time grown to be one of Norway's most known design blog. won the price as "Interior blog of the year" at Vixen Blog Awards in 2014.

10. EyeSwoon

Spanning food, entertaining, fashion and lifestyle, EyeSwoon is a destination for creativity, dedicated to the beauty and deliciousness of the everyday. Armed with an eye for the unexpected, founder Athena Calderone created EyeSwoon as a form of visual expression, a place to transform ordinary life into a feast for the eyes.

11. Coco Lapine Design

Sarah is a Belgian designer living in Munich. She is passionate about graphic and interior design. Coco Lapine Design is her space to share everything her inspiration with others.


colourful Design blogs

12. Bright Bazaar

Will is a self-confessed gentleman hooked-on-hue and his motto is: beige is boring! He works as a freelance author, creative consultant and lifestyle blogger. Will has been blogging about his love of colourful design, fashion and travel since 2009, engaging an army of colour lovers across the world with his quintessential make-you-smile style.

13. Design Love Fest

Bri Emery is a creative director and the Los Angeles-based founder and editor of designlovefest, a lifestyle blog with an eye for design in style, DIY, food, travel, entertaining and more. With an enticing and recognizable aesthetic, Bri's styling, creative direction and design has transformed the designlovefest studio into an arthouse creating original concept campaigns for countless brands. Bri has been featured in publications such as Elle D'cor, Apartment Therapy, HGTV, Lucky Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Los Angeles times and more.

14. Plenty of Colour

Chlo' and I'm a Vancouver-based designer and colour enthusiast. From soft grey to intense fuchsia, colour is her passion and allows Chlo' to see the most ordinary things as nothing short of spectacular. I have created this blog to celebrate colour with those who share similar enthusiasm and wonder.

15. Style by Emily Henderson

Style by Emily Hendersron is a design/style LA based company specializing in mixing eclectic styles on moderate budgets. Also we have a strange amount of fun blogging about all our design and style adventures. Right now I'm happy to say that I'm Target's home spokesperson, bringing accessible/stylish design to the masses.

16. Coco Kelley

Coco Kelley was founded by Cassandra LaValle in 2007. While the platform has grown and evolved over the years, our missions to curate and create fresh ideas for a well-styled life remains the same. From interiors, parties and tabletops to travel, food and fashion - we approach it all with an urbane eye that captures the essence of effortless sophistication.

17. Happy Mundane

Happy Mundane is a blog that celebrates the ordinary and the extraordinary, good design of any kind, and takes a moment to appreciate some things that get overlooked in the everyday. There's beauty in your dishsoap. Created in 2006, it is also home to the 'mundane' musings of the editor, Jonathan Lo.

18. Jungalow

Justina Blakeney is a designer, artist and author who believes that creativity is the key to having an amazing home. jungalow is our home, design studio, blog, and brand that celebrates color, pattern and plants.

19. Oh Joy

Launched in 2005 as a graphic design studio, the Oh Joy brand now includes various licensed product lines, how-to lifestyle videos, and a daily blog with a focus on design, fashion, food, and joyful moments from everyday life. Founder Joy Cho, has also authored three books and consulted for hundreds of creative businesses around the world. She has been a keynote speaker at Alt Summit, IDS West, Pinterest HQ, Target HQ, and more.

20. We Are Scout

We Are Scout is a creative lifestyle destination by Lisa Tilse. The curated content on We Are Scout reflects Lisa's keen eye for design and style, her passion for interiors, and love of makers and making. Lisa is well known for her design-led contemporary craft and DIY projects.

21. Old Brand New

Dabito is the founder & creative director of old brand new, a creative studio specializing in design, art direction, branding, photography, and brand partnerships.


Architecture Blogs


BLDGBLOG ('building blog') was launched in 2004 by Geoff Manaugh. In addition to this site, he is the author of two books'the New York Times-bestselling A Burglar's Guide to the City and The BLDGBLOG Book'and editor of a third, Landscape Futures: Instruments, Devices and Architectural Inventions.

23. Design Boom

Founded in Milan in 1999, designboom is the world's first and most popular digital architecture and design magazine. Designboom aims to bring together professional and young creatives from a diverse range of backgrounds. By publishing the latest news and key issues in the fields of architecture, design, technology and art, our mission over the past 17 years has remained the same: unearthing the best projects and curating a selection of the most interesting aspects of contemporary culture... Before you can find it anywhere else.

24. The Style Project Blogn

Kim Knox-Thurn is the Principal of Sydney-based Interior Design firm The Style Project, a full-service Interior Design business that specialises in residential and corporate Interior Design.

25. Architizer

Better information helps architects design better buildings. Architizer lets you search the work of over 40,000 architecture firms - over $4 trillion worth of projects. We are the largest database of architecture online.

26. The Architect's Newspaper

The Architect's Newspaper serves up news and inside reports to a niche community of architects, designers, engineers, landscape architects, lighting designers, interior designers, academics, developers, contractors, and other parties interested in the built urban environment. The Architect's Newspaper delivers quality news and cultural reporting through print, web, newsletter, or Twitter'all the news you want, in all the ways you want to get it.

27. Architectural Record

Architectural Record provides the architecture and design community with in-depth stories on projects, trends, and technology; thorough coverage of products, news, and books; and commentary, criticism, and interviews with leaders in the field.

28. Contemporist

Contemporist is a community that celebrates contemporary culture, focused on architecture, design, art and travel.

29. The Architect's Journal

The AJ sits at the heart of the debate about British architecture and British cities, and form opinions across the whole construction industry on design-related matters. Printing the best of British architecture, from small projects to mega masterplans, the sole practitioner to the multi-disciplinary. The AJ both serves and reflects the broad church of British architects and architecture, since 1895.

30. Bustler

Bustler, the sister site to the leading architecture platform, Archinect, focuses on keeping the design community busy and inspired. Bustler is the premier online publication for Competition and Event listings in the architecture and design industries.

31. A As Architecture

A As Architecture is a prolific hub for the latest architecture and design news.

32. Architecture Lab

The goal of Architecture Lab is to make architecture more connected, and bring together architects/designers from around the world searching for the latest architectural news: projects, products, events, interviews and competitions among others.


family Decor blog

33. Moon to Moon

Moon to Moon shares the best in eclectic and bohemian interior design from across the web.

34. The Happy Home

The Happy Home is a record of the never-ending, ever-changing journey - the renovation, the decoration, the projects, the successes, the failures, the indecisiveness, the planning and all the fun and games in-between - of creating a happy home for a family.

35. Hello Little Birdie Collective

Hello Little Birdie Collective aims to be the children's lifestyle destination with a focus on interior styling, room design, lifestyle products and children's wear.

36. Kids Interiors

Kids Interiors showcase the best kids interior brands, designers and shops worldwide.

37. The Life Creative

TLC's director Chris Carroll is not only an experienced interior stylist and decorator, but a published author and presenter. He has appeared in publications like Inside Out and Home Beautiful magazines, presented on Channel 7's The Morning Show and Sky News Australia, and writes as a style expert for He also works closely with the team at Metricon Homes and is a style partner of Lorraine Lea.

Having immersed himself in the world of design for years, Chris is the king of mixing skimp and splurge decor. He aims to give readers and clients as much bang for their buck as possible; helping you achieve an interior that feels uniquely yours.

38. House by the Water

House By The Water started as a record of a home's progression, and is now a popular resource for learning the trials, tribulations and joy of building a home.

39. The Little Design Corner

The Little Design Corner is committed to making interior design and styling affordable and accessible to everyone. Their goal is to help people, no matter what their budget, create beautiful spaces that reflect who they are and how they live.

40. The Sytlist Splash

The Stylist Splash is a lifestyle, interiors blog that is the creative outlet for Yvette Wilson.

41. Ish & Chi

Vivian Panagos is an interior designer. Vivian's work has been featured in Real Living magazine, Adore Home magazine, Apartment Therapy, Home & Decor magazine (Singapore) and Sunday Life magazine. Her design blog regularly features on Top 5 Australian Design Blog lists and ish & chi was entered into the Voices Hall of Fame in 2013. She also collaborates with well known brands and companies such as IKEA, Freedom, Beacon Lighting, Supa Centre Moore Park, Dulux and

42. Miss Kyree Loves

Miss Kyree Loves is an online journal provides a collection of honest reviews, combined with stunning photography.


Industry blog

43. Fresh Home

The Freshome story began in Romania ( a small country in Europe ) back in 2007 when founder and CEO Micle-Mihai Cristian launched a blog that would go on to become one of the most popular and successful online magazines to date focusing on interior design and architecture. Currently clocking up an impressive 3.8+ million unique monthly visitors, the site provides daily inspiration and advice to those who are seeking to improve, organise and style their homes. With an archive of 7000+ posts featuring over 90,000+ images of great interior products and architectural projects it is no wonder that Freshome has one of the most engaged online communities on the net.

44. Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest is a vibrant monthly celebration of international design talents, innovative homes and products, inspiring decorating ideas, culture, and travel. Launched in 1920 as a California trade quarterly, the magazine evolved over the years, increasing in frequency and broadening in scope until it became the byword for living well. Today AD publishes nine international editions, and its brand has immeasurable influence in the world of interior design.

45. The Design Files

Founded by stylist and set dresser Lucy Feagins, The Design Files started up in early 2008, and within a year was named by The Times UK as one of the world's Top 50 design blogs.

With a passion for original content and quality photography, over nine years we've built a highly engaged community of loyal readers and social media followers.

46. The Design Library

The Design Library was founded by interior designer Liane Cooper in 2011 and is located in Sydney Australia. The Design Library reader is looking to be immersed in the world of interiors, educated on how and where to find items and is always looking for inspirational ideas to excite and peak their creativity.

47. Houzz

Whether you are starting a complete kitchen renovation or just looking for the perfect bedside table, the Houzz community of homeowners and professionals is here to help. And when you are ready to start your project, Houzz is the best way to get inspired, discover products and to find and collaborate with the perfect architect, designer or contractor.

48. Inhabitant is devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.

49. Green

Green is Australia's leading publication for inspirational stories on sustainable design featuring local and international houses, gardens and profiles.

50. Homes to Love

Uniquely Australian inspiration and practical advice from the pages of Australian House & Garden, Homes+, Real Living and Belle. Now under one roof.

51. Home Designing

At Home-Designing, we document inspiration. Our aim is to bring to our readers a steady set of resources that would help them visualize, create and maintain beautiful homes. Our emphasis is on visuals that motivate you. We cover architectural innovations, cool homes, ideas for specific rooms, new design trends, products and occasionally decor tips. We hope to become your one stop source for home design inspiration!

52. Yellowtrace

Yellowtrace is an influential and award-winning online design publication. Started in 2010 as the passion project of Dana Tomic Hughes, Yellowtrace quickly gained powerful momentum and gathered a loyal following amongst the local and global design community, and those passionate about design in all its forms. The site is updated daily, Monday through Friday, with carefully curated, cutting-edge, and highly researched content in the areas of Interior Design, Architecture, Art, Photography, Travel & Design Culture.

53. Homeli

Homeli is a home design blog focusing on furniture, architecture, interiors, technology, art and industrial design.


International blogs

54. Italianbark

Elisabetta is an Italian Architect and interior designer, working on residential and commercial projects with her studio ER INTERIOR//DESIGN.

55. Design Addicts Platform

Design Addicts started as a platform to explore and share great design from Australia and around the globe. They endeavour to keep you up to date with what's going on locally and internationally and at the end of the day are simply writing about what they love.

56. Abigail Ahern

Abigail Ahern is a renowned Interior designer, founder of one of the hottest places to shop (Abigail Ahern), product designer and author of Decorating with Style and A Girl's Guide to Decorating.

57. Cococozy

YCoco began blogging in 2008 on Cococozy, her interior design blog. Coco's goal was simple: provide design and style inspiration with a personal and sometimes humorous approach. On January 31, 2011, less than three years after the launch of the blog, Coco took her passion one step further as she introduced the Cococozy textiles collection to the home furnishings market.

58. La Maison Jolie

La Maison Jolie is a hub for design ideas, inspirations, DIY projects and interviews with unique and upcoming interior product designers from all over the world.

59. Domino

An indispensable resource that makes decorating accessible and achievable rather then overwhelming. Domino offers practical advice on 'how to use' and 'where to get' products for your home.

60. Busyboo

A clean and elegant blog that presents the best in both architecture and interior design. Incorporating product design, trends and other forms of design which they hope to share creativie and beauitful spaces.

61. Plastolux

Plastolux was started in 2007 by founder Tyler Goodro in a desire to feed his passion for mid century modern and contemporary design found in architecture, interiors, furniture, objects and art. Their focus lies with individuals that express strong feelings towards ingenuity, utmost quality, simplicity of design and the use of honest materials. Tyler and the team have a strong appreciation for the mid-20th century and those pioneers/designers that explored modern materials with simplistic clean lined design.

62. Jacquelyn Clark

Jacquelyn Clark is an interior designer in Toronto and began he rblog as a passion project. Today her mission is to provide readers with fresh and inspiring, uplifting content of all kinds five days a week, each and every week.

63. Amber Interiors

Amber Interiors is a full-service residential design firm assisting clients with a wide range of challenges including, selection of architectural details and finishes, collaborating with architects and builders, decorating a functional beautiful space with furniture, fabrics, accessories, and creating custom pieces tailor-made for your living space.

64. Savvy Home

Written by Gabrielle Savoie, Savvy Home is a design blog and online decor destination providing inspiration, shopping and decor services to other avid decorators. The Savvy Home style is influenced by a love for the coastal lifestyle, mixed with the tradition and comfort of American design.

65. Apartment 34

Apartment 34 founder Erin Hiemstra began channeling her passion for a life well-lived into the nascent world of blogging in 2008. Apartment 34 was originally intended to chronicle the renovation of Erin's first condo in Seattle but life intervened ' as it tends to do. Now, nearly ten years, a marriage, baby and relocation to San Francisco later, Erin's elevated approached to modern living is a must-read site for the style-savvy around the globe.

66. Gravity Home

Gravity Home was first launched on Tumblr as a place for Astrid to share her love of interior design. Now with more than 400.000 Tumblr followers I've also created this blog to give even more interior inspiration.

67. Decor8

Decor8 is one of the best-known design blogs in the world, and has been featured in hundreds of magazines and newspapers worldwide for nearly 12 consistent years. Decor8 also has a series of best-selling books under the "decorate" series.

An award-winning resource, the site was established in 2006 and is a thoughtfully edited interior design and lifestyle destination featuring content that keeps readers in-the-know on the topics they love most - interior design and decorating.


Australian Design blog

68. Get in My Home

Founded by Emily Osmond, Get In My Home is a space for discovering the latest trends of interior design and uniting design lovers from around the world.

69. Bicker

Bicker is A Melbourne-based interior design studio.

70. In/Out

In/Out is a lifestyle website exploring the universal desire to live a beautiful life. Founded in 2011 by Juliette Arent & Sarah-Jane Pyke (of interior design studio Arent&Pyke), it presents a discourse in design and features interviews with inspiring, creative people from around the world.

71. Designer Man Cave

Designer Man Cave offers Sydney-based interior design services to inspire and assist men who are interested in transforming or updating their bachelor pad.

72. The Interiors Addict

Former journalist and magazine editor Jen Bishop (founder, publisher and owner) is the original Interiors Addict, an ordinary girl with no design qualifications, just a serious love of all things decor and homewares. What she lacks in official design know-how, she makes up for with genuine passion for her subject, the ability to write and bring to life other people's stories, and an eye for a bargain. Jen believes everyone should get joy from their home, whatever their budget and whether they rent or own.

73. Arent&Pyke

Interior designers of exceptional technical and aesthetic expertise, the pairing of Arent&Pyke principals Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke is realised as responsive and emotionally layered interiors. Whether tearing down walls or building new ones, Arent&Pyke's work is consistently hallmarked by a clear understanding of their clients' needs, lifestyle and passions. The result is an exceptional portfolio of award winning projects.

74. Hecker Guthrie

The work of Hecker Guthrie is driven by the principles of authenticity, consideration and enthusiasm. The studio's approach is to create a unique identity for each project and this authenticity resonates not only in the design solution but in the selection of a natural palette of materials and the sharing of knowledge with craftsmen and women.

75. Kim Pearson

Conceived, designed and created just for you by Kim Pearson, the Perth-based studio delivers Australia-wide projects with magical atmospheres, award-winning rooms, beautiful homes and incredible public spaces.

76. Eckersley Garden Architecture

Established by iconic designer Rick Eckersley, with partners Scott Leung and Myles Broad, Eckersley Garden Architecture understands how space and facility work together. They design for lifestyle and amenity, believing both form and function should be considered and neither compromised.

77. Est

Inspired by first-hand industry experience and a passion for sharing the world's most beautiful homes, products and design resources, Est was conceived as a digital 'little black book' for design enthusiasts across the world. We believe that your home is your sanctuary and we want to inspire and guide your design process through the principles of store, share, save and shop.

78. Australian Design Review

Australian Design Review was founded in 2009 as the online home for Niche Media's architecture and design publications, bringing together content from Architectural Review, inside (interior design review) and the more recently launched MEZZANINE.

ADR is now the go-to industry resource for news, events, jobs and features about the architecture, interiors and design disciplines.

79. Bower Bird Interiors, launched in November 2011, is a continually updating online resource for anyone interested in our built environment. It is a dynamic website providing extensive coverage of the news of the day, exclusive commentary from leading writers, practitioners, academics and critics, and an ever-expanding archive of realized work. The curated content is extensive and easily categorized as projects, awards, news, reviews, practice, people, discourse, products and calendar.

80. ArchitectureAU, launched in November 2011, is a continually updating online resource for anyone interested in our built environment. It is a dynamic website providing extensive coverage of the news of the day, exclusive commentary from leading writers, practitioners, academics and critics, and an ever-expanding archive of realized work. The curated content is extensive and easily categorized as projects, awards, news, reviews, practice, people, discourse, products and calendar.


DIY Design blog

81. Katrina Chambers

Katrina Chambers is a familiar face within the blogging scene and was a contestant on The Block in 2011. She is an accomplished personality with a university degree in Advertising and Marketing, a once-upon-a-time Real Estate Certificate, and a clear design flair.

82. IKEA Hackers

Ikea Hackers is provides information about modifications on and repurposing of Ikea products.

83. Paper & Stitch

Founded by Brittni Mehlhoff, Paper & Stitch is a daily dose of DIY, design, and style. With a background in fine art, Brittni approaches the content on Paper & Stitch with careful consideration mixed with joyful experimentation.

84. K & K

Kyal and Kara began renovating over 8 years ago when they purchased their first home. Kyal, having just completed his Carpentry Apprenticeship and Kara in her final year of university studying Physiotherapy, immersed themselves in the after hours work involved in creating their first transformation. Fast forward a few years, and they've completed two reality renovation television shows, run a successful Design & Construction Business and are regulars on Network 10's The Living Room.

85. ABeachCottage was founded by British born Australian stylist Sarah who lives on the sunny beaches of Sydney, Australia. She launched after a huge sea-change from the grey skies of London to the other side of the world, as a place to fulfil her passion for casual, laid-back decor and vintage coastal style, to document the story of the renovation of her old cottage and share the journey of her move to a new country, a new home and a new lifestyle by the sea.

86. Coastal Style

Coastal Style, is a place to share the best things about a coastal lifestyle, inspiring interiors, photography, food, cooking, fashion, beautiful books and magazines.

87. Style Curator

Founded by Gina Ciancino, Style Curator is an award-winning interiors blog where our mission is to help you create a stylish home you love.

88. Recycled Interiors

Recycled Interiors & The Sustainable Home Hub is your go-to resource for being sustainable, healthy and happy at home.

89. House Nerd

Written by freelance journalist and Perth girl Maya Anderson, House Nerd is a blog that offers sneak peeks into inspiring Australian houses of all kinds. There's renovated worker's cottages to contemporary beach homes, warehouse conversions to tiny new builds made from recycled materials, contemporary apartments to sprawling old riverside mansions.

90. Eclectic Creative

Jessica Viscarde is an Interior Designer + Stylist who specialises in residential projects, transforming houses into homes that reflect the unique personality of her clients. Her exceptional talent for creating fresh, eclectic and unexpected looks is the signature style of her design consulting business, Eclectic Creative. Each project is custom designed by Jess and her team in the belief that your home shouldn't look like everyone elses.


Artistic Design blog

91. The Selby

Todd Selby is a photographer, director, artist, author, and illustrator. His project, The Selby, offers an insider's view of creative individuals in their personal spaces with an artist's eye for detail.

92. Design Milk

An online magazine dedicated to modern design, Design Milk offers what's new in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and decor, fashion and technology. Always fresh + never sour, Design Milk fills your thirsty cup to the brim with design finds from around the world. Drink up!

93. Contemporist

Contemporist is a community that celebrates contemporary culture, focused on architecture, design, art and travel.

94. A Merry Mishap

A Merry Mishap is all things black, white and Nordic-influenced. With focus on a pared down aesthetic, minimalist and Scandinavian, unusual and unique market finds, and sneak looks inside designer homes.

95. De Zeen

Dezeen is the world's most popular and influential architecture and design magazine, and the winner of numerous awards for journalism and publishing. Their mission is simple: to bring you a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects and news from around the world.

96. The Cool Hunter

Led by founder Bill Tikos, The Cool Hunter celebrates creativity in all of its modern manifestations. Since its inception in 2004, The Cool Hunter has remained one of the world's most widely read design and pop-culture sites, a leading authority on all things creative and a truly global hub for what's cool, thoughtful, innovative and original.

97. Design Hunter

Designhunter is an architecture and interior design blog featuring homes designed with warmth, texture, sustainability and beauty.

98. Natalie Walton

Since launching in 2007 Daily Imprint has featured the stories behind some of the world's leading creatives in the visual arts - from artists to photographers and designers to stylists. It became the daily ritual of magazine editors, industry leaders and decision-makers as well as purveyors of good taste. It is also a valued resource for up-and-coming creatives. The site has a strong Australian influence as many of those featured are people who the author Natalie Walton meets during the course of her work as a writer and stylist based in Sydney.

99. Architonic

Architonic is the architects' perspective on buildings, interiors, design and materials.

100. Apartment Therapy

Apartment Therapy is an home and decor site, designed to inspire anyone to live a more beautiful and happy life at home. Launched in 2001 by interior designer Maxwell Ryan (nicknamed "the apartment therapist") as a weekly newsletter for clients, Apartment Therapy officially became a media company in 2004 and has since grown to become a leading source of design inspiration and tips for real people looking for real-life decor solutions through a fascinating look into how people from around the country live at home.