One thing that has been such blessing to me are the friendships I’ve made through blogging. The blogging community is one that lifts one another up. And, that’s what we are doing today. A huge thanks to Jenna of Rain on a Tin Roof for organising this Home Bloggers to Get to Know project!
Today, I want to introduce you to some amazing home decor bloggers. You are going to love their style! First, I’ll tell you a bit about the blog and author and then there will be a few links to their best blog posts for your to visit! I hope you’ll take some time to visit them, pin from their blogs, or share them on Facebook or Instagram!
home decor bloggers to get to know
Jordan is a girl after my own heart!. Her tag line for A Blue Nest – Classic, Cozy, Collected. Here’s a bit about Jordan in her own words – “I believe that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a beautiful home. It shouldn’t be an unattainable thing. Home should be a place that you love. A place that reflects you and your family. I hope you take away some inspiration to tackle your own projects and find your own style, no matter your budget. Because I promise you, it can be done!”
And, here are a few posts from A Blue Nest. I know you will love what you see because I did!!!
Rachel and her little family living in a log home that they built themselves! How incredible is that? Here are a few things that Rachel loves: Mixing styles – Modern + Rustic + Farmhouse, painting furniture and giving others the tips to be confident to pick up a paintbrush themselves and thrifting (because finding a great deal is so much fun)!
Here are a few posts from Linen and Logs. You’ll want to stop over and see this lovely log home.
Sheila believes that a happy home is more than just a pretty space, it’s about what that space represents and the people you share it with. Through her casual but chic home decor style and simple entertaining tips, she hopes to inspire all women to make their home the best it can be. Sheila lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.
Here are a few of Sheila’s posts that you will love!
If you follow me regularly, you probably recognise Kristi of Making it in the Mountains. She is part of the Cozy Living Group that shares the first Saturday of each month. As Kristi’s blog name implies, her little family’s home is surrounded by the mountains in northern Alberta, Canada. You will love Kristi’s soft, romantic style!
Here are some amazing posts from Kristi.
Chelsea and her young family call Central Oregon home! In her own words, here’s a bit about Making Manzanita – “Teaching others how to DIY their renovations can add real value to their home and their sweat equity can literally change their lives and that’s the real reason why we’re here doing what we do. We’ve dedicated a big portion of our lives to renovating and have seen the results of the sweat equity pay off big time. We love teaching you about renovating because we know it can change your life too.”
Below are a few of Chelsea’s DIY and decor posts.
Kristin has been blogging for at least as long as I have! She and her family call San Diego home and Kristin is also a mom of three boys like me! Here’s a bit about My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia in her own words – “I try my best to live a happy, healthy, and beautiful life, inspire and be inspired, and embrace your imperfections. This is a place where I share my passions and dreams.”
Take a look at these posts from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia and get to know Kristin!
I hope that you’ve enjoyed this look at some other Home Decor and DIY blogs! We are sharing each other as a way to lift one other up during these tough times we are living in! Like other businesses, blogs are also experiencing a low time and we so appreciate our readers who visit and comment on our posts, pin our photos to Pinterest, and share us on Facebook or Instagram! When you share from our blogs with your friends, it means the world to us! We love what we do, but we also are working to provide for our families. So, thank you for being here, following along, commenting, and sharing! We couldn’t do what we do without you!