There’s lots of great interior design in this July Pinterest! Its been hard to narrow the favourites. But I did it! Here are the 15 favourites for July Pinterest this year.
The design starting off the favourites is by Australian designer Alicia Holgar of an apartment in Brisbane. A really expressive and artistic design featuring a hand painted mural on the dining wall.
Such a lovely hallway entry! Adding more seating is a great idea to turn a hallway into a used space instead of just to walk through.
The pairing of the hanging wicker chair and the wooden bench gives the option between relaxation and functional.
Some more lovely wicker and rattan decor with this beautiful and unusual headboard from Urban Outfitters.
This gallery feature wall pops even more with the bold teal colour jumping out from the white brick wall.
An upscaled boho interior design for a nursery makes a lovely resting place for the little one.
This French apartment by Anastasiia Reznichenko in a neutral cool colour tone is the ultimate chic living. With the sputnik chandelier providing a different point of interest above the dining table.
A minimal style bathroom decorated in just simple black and white colours gives it a sophisticated feel.
Sometimes it’s only the simple things you need to create an incredible space like this table scape.
A hanging bundle of flowers above the table for decoration. Linen cloth for the table set with white candle sticks and a two chair styles.
Essentially a mini library created using some ledges and placing a little chair on the corner by blogger Janniche Kristofferson. Love it!
There’s been a lot of kitchens using this style of cupboards, mixing the fixed storage units between open and closed. I love this idea! A play on display and function.
Even the corners of the room can transform your space by creating useful and interesting areas like this little record corner. A simple and stylish idea. It’s personal too.
A perfect living room cozy spot for one!
Making the most out a small garden space is essential in the city. This garden design gives you all you need for a low maintenance design, greenery and a seating area big enough for some extra guests.
I think more people should be using mirrors in the outside, like this garden design. Effectively doubling the nature and the view!
Sometimes only a few garden decor accessories like potted plants and lanterns are all that’s needed to take your garden from plain to pretty.
Which are your favorite ideas from July’s Pinterest? Let me know in the comments below!