Best Design Blogspot Blogs to follow in 2020

Best Blogspot Design Bloggers
A design blog is a middle ground between the fashion and the art industry. A design blog could be dedicated to a plethora of things and is like a special portfolio of the blogger. It also gives them the chance to interact with other designers and build a brand for themselves and their design. A design blog also acts as a marketplace for those who blog about their design and gives the audience an opportunity to buy the designs a blogger is putting forward. Usually, this type of blogger engages in creating content that is straight out of their ideas and personal thoughts – they do not have a set path that they are supposed to follow. However, at times the designs do relate to a certain pattern or a lifestyle.
   Here is the list of some of great designer blogs on Google’s Blogger site.

My Scandinavian Home

Launched in 2011, this is one of the most popular interior design blogs hosted on Google’s Blogger platform. Its content revolves around Scandinavian inspired home designs. The blogger Niki Brantmark, originally from London, UK now living in Sweden, gives you all the ideas you may need on English-themed designs and inspires people around the world to transform their homes into beautiful havens. Niki has also written three books all revolving around Swedish arts, designs and home fashion.

Print Pattern

This is the blog to go for when looking for information on surface pattern designs. Gift wrappers, fabrics, wall paper, ceramics, cards and stationery you name it. It has everything accumulated in one place. Based in the United Kingdom, Print Pattern blog site gets your designer spirit boiling. It provides details on products you can get, awareness on designers and art studios and art archives.
This popular design blog site is written by a UK based designer who uses a alias name “Bowie style”. She got the name from her hero David Bowie and the name stuck till date.

Thrifty Decor Chick

Thrifty Décor Chick is a blog that gives its readers cheap ways to make their homes stylish. The blogger – Sarah - comes up with the creative cheapest ways in which you can redesign your home and give it a modern touch. Most of Sarah’s ideas are DIY (Do It Yourself), which means you can do them at the comfort of your home at your own time and with your own taste and expense.
A graduate of Journalism and public relations, a New York lover, Sarah has been inspiring many followers since 2008.

Free PSD Goodies and Mockups for Designers

This blog is one stop option for graphic designers - It has exclusive free fonts, icons/vectors, textures, brushes/effects, images and mockups. The collections are plentiful and attract the designers out there.
The blog site is managed by a group of designers and art directors, they love sharing free PSD goodies and mockups with other designers and followers.

My Sweet Savannah

Created by Melanie Thompson a passionate home designer, blogger and a Seattle native, this blog helps you create the home of your dreams through simple DIY projects, clever ideas, and gorgeous inspirational photos. It covers aesthetic DIY projects, home décor as well as delicious recipes.
       

Eye For Design

Eye for Design LFD - Lisa Farmer Designs - is an interior design blog site with focus on French style. It has other old aesthetic too.
Lisa is a former designer and retired interior designer from Kentucky, United States. She loves old world décor. She is much attracted for French, Italian, Swedish and English interiors. She designed this blog to inspire and give tips to help you decorate your homes.

The Design Chaser

The Design Chaser blog is a one stop option for interior designer, extreme professional contemporary style set up for home. It aims at creating quality, engaging content which are divided into categories from bathroom design to kitchen design.
New Zealand based Interior stylist Michelle Harford started this popular blog in 2012. It has a taste of Scandinavian interiors and designs.

Design Addict Mom

Started in the year 2010, Design Addict Blog site provides us with vivid designing and lifestyle ideas. Right from attractive wallpapers to décor ideas to lifestyle tips, this blog has many more things to showcase.
    Interior stylist Stacey Blake is the blogger behind this popular interior design blog site. She lives in North Carolina with her three children and husband, who serves in the army. Their home is a bright, welcoming space full of changing colors.

Decor Mom

The girls’ duo from Greece transformed their passion into this popular décor blog site.
       The blog portrays the renovation ideas and the summaries of the renovations made in different locations that are extremely professional. The blog site consists of vibrant pictures of revamped buildings and places. It has daily dose of stunning inspirational posts and designs.

Love Nordic

This Blogger hosed blog site has lot to say about Scandinavian designs, interior designs, brand logo designs and testimonials of the viewers. Picturesque character of the blog has made it more attractive.
Samantha Denisdottir is UK based interior stylist and loves to create aesthetic and functional designs. Her style is inspired by her Nordic roots in Iceland; simple and inspired by nature.

Kitchen and Residential Design

Paul Anater, a kitchen and bath designer with more than 20 years of experience is the blogger behind this popular design blog site. This blog is blend of kitchen and residential construction ideas. It also covers other related topics like home ownership.
Cooking needs a better environment, should be the motto to build a best kitchen. Being an accomplished chef, Paul blends both the cooking and designing skills well in this site.

How About Orange

This was one of the popular design blogs of the yesteryear; unfortunately it’s not presently active. However design enthusiasts can still refer the great DIY tutorials, graphic design resources, and inspiration from graphic designer Jessica Jones.

Let us know how you liked this list of blogs. If any one of your favorite design blog site that you follow; is not covered here or have an opinion on any of the above listed blog, please let us know. We would like to keep this list up to date with all the best blogs.

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