Your home is not just a space you go to at the end of a busy day. It’s your space and your story, so you want to make an effort to turn your house into a work of art and a work of heart. Building a dream home and doing home renovations can be daunting for first-timers, but don’t let those hurdles stop you.
With resourcefulness, hard work, and the right style inspiration, you’ll be able to make your dream home come true. Here is the ultimate list of DIY style and home design blogs that can help you get started on your home design journey.
Design and DIY blog Yellow Brick Home is run by husband-and-wife tandem Scott and Kim. The site is named after the very first home they purchased, a 675-foot condo on a yellow-brick corner building in Chicago. The site features tours of the homes they’ve designed, DIY projects, and their creative adventures as a family.
Creative solutions for your home interiors, DIY tutorials, recipes, and design inspiration abound in Worthing Court Blog, the passion project of Suzy, a Christian mom, wife, and self-taught interior designer. Suzy’s mission is to help readers create a beautiful home life and to realize their design dreams without breaking the bank.
Turning a house into a home doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive, and Elizabeth and Ryan are here to show and prove it. In their blog, Within the Grove, the DIY family offers DIY tutorials, inspiration, and the personal lessons they learned along the way in their decorating and designing journey.
Home is what you make it, and Jen and Jon are here to help you make that happen. The fearless DIYers and eternal optimists love working on a good project or even 20 at the same time, and they’re excited to share their passion and drive with you with confidence, with focus, and with heart.
Vintage Revivals is a blog that runs on paint fumes and blind enthusiasm. It’s also a space where homemaker and designer Mandi inspires readers to unleash their inner design fairy and make their dream home come true. Mandi shares the nitty-gritty of entire makeover projects so you can recreate it in your own home and on your own terms.
Mommy blogger turned home-design blogger Beth gives readers a delicious slice of her many interests, including home decorating, gardening, travel adventures, and affordable DIY projects, on Unskinny Boppy. Whether you’re looking for a house tour that’ll give you creative inspiration or tips on taking the perfect glowing Christmas-tree photo, this multipassionate space has it for you.
Sarah grew up in a family of builders, writers, and artistic folks, so it was only a matter of time that she would begin her own creative pursuits particularly in the field of interior design. She started Thrifty Decor Chick in May 2008 as a place to share home projects with family and friends. Since then, it has grown into a community for sharing creative solutions and design tips.
Thistlewood Farm is a story of a farmhouse and the family, memories, tortoises, pancakes, and many other magical ingredients that make it a home. In this blog, KariAnne shares her journey of moving from the hustle and bustle of city life to the quiet countryside, where a fresh, new chapter of creating a home awaited her and their family.
Todd Selby’s eponymous project, The Selby, offers a rare insider’s look into the exciting lives of creative folks as seen in their personal spaces. Todd himself has had a storied career across industries, including translator and Tijuana tour guide, Costa Rican cartographer, entrepreneur, and Japanese clothing designer. The Selby was so well received that big brands like Fendi, Nike, Louis Vuitton, and Airbnb began reaching out to Todd for collaborations.
The Makerista is Gwen and also her namesake blog, where she shares her creative pursuits and her mission to make. Her passion to create has taken her to many exciting fields, including music, jewelry retail, events planning, New York fashion, marketing, and now, creating a home and memories with her family.
If you’re looking for DIY projects and home-decorating tips on a budget, The Hamby Home is the place for you. It is run by Courtney, a graphic designer and marketing coordinator who loves anything to do with crafts. Read about Courtney’s design tips and projects in creating her dream home with her husband and their fur babies.
The Grit and Polish chronicles the DIY adventures of Cathy, who is a self-described old-house lover. After renovating several houses (which she also shares on her blog), she and her husband found and fell in love with a 1912 Farmhouse in Ellensburg, Washington. Their family resettled there in 2016 and has since worked to make it into the house of their dreams.
Best friends and Chicago ladies Casey and Bridget founded The DIY Playbook in 2013 to document one of their many shared interests: DIY home decorating. Now it is a creative space where readers can join them in their creative journey through home-improvement projects, room reveals, and adventures as best friends.
The Country Chic Cottage is the creative online home of full-time working mama and DIY crafting junkie Angie Holden. This is the place to go if you’re looking for some home inspiration, room transformations, recipes, tutorials, and crafts all while you’re on a budget and looking for something with farmhouse flair.
As the name suggests, The Budget Decorator is here to show you that decorating doesn’t have to be impossibly pricey. Published author and writer Kathy teams up with her husband, Steve, to bring readers a fun and practical guidebook on how to transform homes and rooms into spaces of personal style all without going over budget.
In The Anastasia Co., entrepreneur, designer, and plant lady Jillian shares the journey she took after stepping out of her comfort zone and making her dreams a reality. This online space features a range of premium-quality paper products, photography, DIY tutorials, and inspiration on a wide variety of topics, including style, travel, interior design, and her own personal walk of faith.
In her namesake online portfolio, Tessa Neustadt offers a glimpse into her creative pursuits and projects in photography, home interiors, fashion, and marketing. Working with several notable brands, including Anthropologie, Good Housekeeping, Refinery 29, and Epson, Tessa has a keen eye for detail and the solid experience for bringing design ideas to life.
Taryn Whiteaker first started a blog named Design, Dining, and Diapers after she traded a fast-paced career for a more laid-back and present life as a stay-at-home mom. What started as a chronicle of days spent decorating and making gluten-free meals has evolved into a lifestyle and design blog focused on home decor and entertaining.
Style mutt is an affectionate name given to those who can’t fit their style into just one “breed.” If you’re someone with an eclectic taste and appreciation for a wide range of styles, whether it’s shabby chic to retro vintage, then this is the online home for you. Find inspiration, room transformations, and DIY tutorials here.
Brooke is a stay-at-home mom to three kids and an avid fan of DIY, furniture, and interior design. Her small hobby of crafting and doing DIY projects has evolved into a design and home decor and design business, which she pours her heart and soul into. Her blog is not just a source of tips and tricks but also inspiration that you too can make your dreams come true.
Simply Grove is an online resource for all things home and interior-design-related brought together by a team of seasoned interior designers, experienced photographers, style pros, and DIY junkies. Whether you are looking for the perfect art centrepiece for your living room or fresh tips for transforming your bedroom on a budget, this place has something for you.
Martha is a mother to three beautiful daughters who love to make her home pretty. Simple and cozy are two things that define her personal style, and these two qualities shine through not just in her house but also in her blog. Whether you are looking for ways to make your own home simple and cozy or just want some quick style inspiration, this is the place for you.
Little Adi started out when Adrienne Betz, a former leading designer based in New York, thought of designing stylish garments for her newborn son. It has since grown into a unique brand recognized by an international audience with an eye for style that is smart, clean, and still full of character.
SG Style is where small spaces, boho vibes, and all things in between meet and mix. Self-proclaimed maximalist Shavonda’s unique approach to design is shaped by her growing-up years spent moving and traveling to many fascinating places. Her blog is not just a chronicle of her style journey; it is also a source of inspiration for living intentionally and happily in small spaces.
Rebecca Atwood is a Brooklyn-based designer who believes that the process is just as important as the product. This unique philosophy shines through in her namesake website, in which she takes utmost care to help readers create spaces that is uniquely theirs. The blog is a great resource for expert tips on interior design, shopping for home essentials, and just enjoying the simple things in life.
In Rain on a Tin Roof, Jenna LaFevor does not just share a fantastic resource for DIY home projects, design ideas and home tours. She also gives inspiration to help you find your unique style. This style is what you need to make your home truly shine and truly yours.
Place of My Taste is the happy place of wife, mother, business owner, DIY lover, and photography enthusiast Aniko. If you love doing projects to make your home prettier or more comfortable or you enjoy trying out new recipes or discovering exciting products, then this could be your happy place too.
Founded in 2015, Park and Oak interior design studio reflects the philosophy of its founders, Christina Samatas and Renee DiSanto, that design can be used to create feelings of comfort and happiness. The two share a love for creating homes that are not just visually stunning but also comfortable and functional. You can create a similar space through the tips and tricks that they share on their blog.
Paint the Town White is the style and design blog of Oregon-based interior stylist, consultant, e-designer and home decor blogger Brynne. The blog is an inspiring resource for getting style inspiration, entertaining guests, scoring great deals, and just making the best out of everything.
As the name suggests, the blog of wife, mother, DIY enthusiast Sarah is all about making life beautiful. Our Life Is Beautiful started shortly after Sarah gave birth to her daughter in 2007. Since then, the blog has grown to feature sewing projects, travel tips, party ideas, personal stories, and all the things that truly make life a work of art.
Old Brand New is a creative design studio that specializes in design, art direction, branding, photography, and brand partnerships. Run by blogger, photographer, artist, decor guru, tastemaker, and vintage hunter Dabito, the blog features all things design from updating old rooms to using color to make open floor plans pop.
Oh Oh Deco is the craft and design blog of Belgian interior designer Ama. After giving up work to look after her children, Ama decided to create an online space to share her crafts and DIY projects. From stuffed toys for kids to DIY holiday decor, there’s something for every craft junkie in this fun resource.
Noni is a multitalented DIY enthusiast who’s had a colourful career including nanny, painter, cake decorator and culinary school graduate. With personally tested tips, projects, and stories, she proves that creating the home and life you want doesn’t have to be complicated or hard. If you love crafts, home-design projects, recipes, and natural beauty care, you’ll feel right at home at Noni’s House.
Utah native and recent Connecticut transplant Grace has always loved nesting, a hobby that became an even more rewarding passion when she started creating the nest for her children. In Nesting with Grace, she shares style and DIY tips and tricks rooted on her specialty of designing around things that have a story.
Interior designer Julia Goodwin decided to create My Manicured Life to share a more personal side to her professional design career. In this eclectic blog, she shares not just answers to frequently asked questions on interior design but also tips on where she scores great shopping bargains and inspiration she gets from everyday life.
Guided by their solid experience in residential design, Suzanne and Lauren share their unique style philosophy and expertise in McGrath II. They don’t just seek to create beautiful spaces; they want to tell a story that begins the moment you walk into the door and ends with a connection into the place you call your home. Their work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Better Homes and Gardens, and more.
Lynzy & Co. started out as a fashion blog and creative outlet for Lynzy to balance her hectic job in the ER. Since then, it has evolved to become a life and style blog that chronicles Lynzy’s journey through motherhood, homemaking, and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. This is a cozy home if you are looking for mommy-friendly style tips, travel tips, or design inspiration.
Liz Fourez started Love Grows Wild by combining her love for interior design and homemaking with a dream to help others create a home they love. The blog chronicles not just her creative pursuits in home design and photography but also her step-by-step tutorials on how to create—whether it’s holiday parties or home renovations—with love.
Lobster and Swan is one of the UK’s original lifestyle blogs. Here, photographer, stylist, and shop owner Jeska shares all things that brings her joy, whether those are her favorite recipes, a fun design idea, or an exciting discovery. She lives on the East Sussex coast and considers the magnificent countryside her playground.
In Live Free Creative, maker mama Miranda shares tips and inspiration on how to live a creative, adventurous, and intentional lifestyle. Miranda has always been a crafter and experimenter, and she channels her creative drive through every aspect of her blog, whether it’s a handy DIY project, stories of her home life, design tips, or workshops.
If you love decorating on a budget, looking at photos of styled homes, DIY home projects, smart organizing solutions, and hunting for great bargains, you’ll feel at home in Little House of Four. This blog is the creative project of wife, mom of two, and homemaker Katie and a place for her to share stories and tips in the hopes of inspiring others to follow their own dreams.
Ashley considers home design her passion and believes it should involve anything and everything that will turn a house into a home. Little Glass Jar reflects that philosophy, and through this online platform, Ashley inspires others to transform their personal spaces into something filled with their own style and story.
Established in 2002, Linly Designs specializes in fine furniture, accessories, silk floral arrangements, and high-end interior-design services. Backed by an expert team of artists, carpenters, builders, architects, and handymen, the firm is driven to create unique and personalized environments with a touch of bold and timeless elegance. Whether you are looking for a source of classic pieces or renovation services, Linly Designs will definitely leave an impression that lasts.
Orange County–based interior design firm Lindye Galloway Interiors prides itself on having a team that is passionate, driven, and has a unique eye for design. The blog highlights the firm’s various projects, including home transformations, renovations, house tours, and style guides to inspire readers to undertake their own DIY and home decorating projects.
Former insurance executive turned full-time blogger Sarah welcomes readers to her cozy nook on the web where she shares all things she loves, like decorating, photography, travel, fashion, and painting. The blog started as a simple journal where she shared snippets of daily life, but now it has become a full-time passion project that you can use as a resource for finding design ideas, fashion tips, and defining your own personal style.
Lauren Liess loves things that are simple, relaxed, and natural, believing that having a relaxed attitude toward perfection is the key to contentment. This philosophy guides her unique approach to design, and you can get inspiration from it, along with DIY projects, stories from daily life, fashion ideas, and more in her self-titled blog.
Designer Laura Trevey finds unique style inspiration from her love of traveling, particularly in fascinating tropical destinations. Her self-titled blog shines with the Laura Trevey brand that features bright coastal colors and alluring abstracts. If you’re looking for a place to shop for unique design essentials or just want some instant design inspiration, this is the place to go.
Interior designer Krista Watterworth Alterman is a New York–trained, Connecticut-born, and currently, Palm Beach County–based interior designer known for her distinctive modern, clean, and classic style. Aside from her reputation as Palm Beach County’s go-to designer, she’s also well-known for two acclaimed HGTV shows, Save My Bath and Splurge & Save.
Based in Barrington, Illinois, Kate Marker Interiors started as an upstairs home office in 2007 that grew into a distinctive brand backed by a growing team of experts, its own big studio, and a showroom. An artist at heart, Kate makes sure each project is a careful blend of her client’s unique personality, her incomparable work ethic, and unique eye for style.
Julie has been surrounded by creativity all her life with an artist for a mother, a gourmand as a father, and a brother in the music industry. It was only a matter of time before she herself embarked on her own artistic pursuits, and now her multifaceted interests include events planning, graphic design, and styling services.
JR William was born after Rachel and Jack noticed an absence in contemporary design that was versatile enough to grow alongside their growing family without sacrificing quality or style. Named after their baby William, their brand offers freshly designed solutions for the beautiful and comfortable home you are meant to have.
Stylist, digital influencer and blogger Joanna Hawley describes herself as a Pacific Northwest girl with a huge heart and a little home. She started Jojotastic to show off a few of her favorite things, namely, DIY, entertaining, interior design, style, and food all with a distinctive modern and casual aesthetic.
Jennifer Rizzo doesn’t just want to make a home; she wants a home she can truly call her own using her personal style and taste for all things handcrafted. Her blog catalogs her unique aesthetic and interests and features practical guides on projects you can do at home, printable for your special events, and holiday house walks.
In Honor of Design was founded by a graphic designer with an affinity for all things design. What started as a personal project to showcase aesthetic favorites has grown to become a creative place where readers all over the world go to find inspiration for making the most of the life you have been given.
Doreen started Hymns and Verses to share her DIY projects to others who want to make their home into a warm and welcoming space just like her own. Her unique style and eye for design can be seen in the way she uses vintage finds and repurposed items in unexpected ways.
Kristine wears many hats, including wife, mother, eternal optimist, paintbrush wielder, decor-aholic, and founder of The Painted Hive. In her blog, she showcases all those roles into one creative space where you can find inspiration for your own home and life. Whether you’re looking for tutorials on furniture rehab or free event printables, there are plenty of fun things waiting to be found in this multifaceted site.
Kristin Jackson, the editor and hostess in chief of Hunted Interior, loves sharing home-decor tips, DIY projects, and ideas for making your house a beautiful home. This blog is your road map for hunting your personal style and bringing your design ideas to life regardless of what your budget is.
If you want to create a space that highlights comfort, ease, and style without going over your budget, then House of Five is the place you want to go. This blog, launched by a stay-at-home mom of three, features practical tips on home decor, entertaining, motherhood, and lifestyle.
Interior design blogger and certified home stager Cecilia Cannon shares design tips and tricks in Home with Keki, her home away from it all. Here you’ll find a sneak peek into design projects in her own home and in the home of her clients. She also shares tips and online courses that will help you get started on your own dream-home project.
Home Beautifully is a treasure trove of DIY projects, design ideas, tutorials, expert tips, and freebies that will help you create beautiful and organized homes. Whether you’re a seasoned home designer looking for inspiration or a beginner just getting started on your dream-house journey, this place has something for you.
Home Adore was launched in 2012 as an online publication that focuses on architecture and interior design. Fast-forward to today, this space has become a thriving online community that draws a diverse group of readers from around the world, all of whom want to create a home that they adore.
In Heathered Nest, a formerly physician therapist, Heather, shares how she walked away from her fast-paced career to start a more laid-back life as a stay-at-home mom and finally pursue her dreams of becoming an interior designer. Her blog highlights that fresh chapter in her life interspersed with inspiring stories on how you too can follow your heart and make a home.
Stay-at-home mom, DIY home decor guru, and family blogger Shonee is passionate about creating a home and sanctuary where people can be happy and comfortable spending time with their family. If that sounds like your cup of tea, then you’ll feel right at home in her blog, Hawthorne and Main.
An Dyer is a high-tech sales representative on the weekdays and a style guru and the face of Haute Pink Pretty on weekends. In her fabulous and trendy blog, she shares all things she loves, like home decor, room transformations, style ideas, beauty tips, and of course, the color pink.
Although the website has added new features and stories over the years, Happy Interior Blog has remained true to its original philosophy: to bring more happiness into people’s homes and lives. It is run by Igor Josifovic, who shares his many passions, including interior design, traveling, and plants through stories that always bring a smile.
HammMade is built on a philosophy of creating timeless designs using quality materials with a handmade touch. Run by design couple Tim and Natalie, the blog is not just a source of design inspiration but also an invitation for readers to slow down and enjoy the simple things that make life truly beautiful.
New York–based interior designer, author, and photographer Heather Clawson shares a rare insider’s look into glamorous lives and stylish spaces in her widely popular luxury lifestyle blog, Habitually Chic Luxury. A well-loved social-media influencer with a solid following, she has collaborated with big brands in design, beauty, and fashion, including Ann Taylor, Bottega Veneta, and Nordstrom.
Launched in 2009, Frosted Events started out as a blog to showcase Misty Nelson’s exciting work as a party stylist. Since then, this creative space has grown to include the other passions, hobbies, and interests that make her life more meaningful and beautiful, including motherhood, fashion, food, travel, homemaking, and entertaining.
Finding Home Farms started in 2010 as a creative space where Lara and Dana shared decorating ideas and DIY projects. Today it has become a family affair and follows a fresh chapter in the couple’s lives. Since Dana left his corporate job, the couple has focused on continuing Dana’s sugar-making family heritage and creating a home and life that they truly love.
Emily A. Clark shares a fun and fascinating sneak peek into her life as a wife, mom of five, and habitual rearranger. On her namesake blog, she shares a treasure trove of ideas for interior design and affordable projects you can do on your own. Her philosophy is not just about making a space beautiful but also making it livable for you and the people you love.
Launched in 2009, designlovefest is built on Los Angeles–based graphic designer and art director Bri Emery’s obsession with type and images. Since then, the lifestyle blog has grown to a daily readership of more than 40 thousand people around the world. Here you’ll find Bri’s styling ideas, creative zest, and deep well of inspiration.
Emily, a.k.a. Decor Chick, is excited to share some of the things that she loves the most, including decorating, traveling, wellness, DIY projects, and essential oils. Her practical tips, combined with personal stories that shine with her faith and love for family, make this blog a truly heartwarming place.
Debbie-Debbie Doo’s is proof that you can make your dreams come true. The author herself loves stencilling and eventually created her own product line, which she sells on Amazon. Aside from finding inspiration from her story, you’ll find craft ideas and home-decorating tips that are budget-friendly and easy to follow.
Cuckoo 4 Design is run by a German blogger, Julia, who is, as the name implies, cuckoo for all things related to design and art. Her blog isn’t just a showcase of her unique approach to interior design and DIY tips; it includes hilarious and heartwarming stories of her family, pets, and travel.
After Reichel Broussard and her husband bought their first house in the San Francisco Bay Area, they were determined to turn it into a home without breaking the bank, especially considering the high mortgage rate. This honed Reichel’s skills in bargain hunting and thrift shopping. On her blog, you’ll find tips on how you too can score great deals in the quest of building your dream home.
Jen is many things. She’s an author, maker, style expert, designer, artist, photographer, and influencer. All those things come together in her New York–based lifestyle blog, City Farmhouse. Here she shares tips on how you can create a beautiful space on your own terms and budget and how you can use your own style as a guide.
Centsational Style is built on the principles of inspiring interior design, smart home improvement, and creative DIY projects. Run by lawyer turned full-time interior decorator and design blogger Kate Riley, this blog is a great source of home-styling tips, inspiration, and creative solutions to both common and uncommon design dilemmas.
CC and Mike is a home design and lifestyle blog run by the namesake couple, with Mike doing the details and CC doing the design. The style duo are bound not just by their love for each other but also by their passion for creative pursuits. Here you’ll read about their projects, like building and flipping houses, treasure-hunting in thrift shops, and snapshots of their family and homelife.
Wife and mom-of-three Becky welcomes you to her cozy farmhouse in north Louisiana. On her blog, you’ll find the many DIY projects she and her husband have done on their home and ideas on how you too can turn any space into a place of joy, comfort, and love.
Alexandra, or Alex, holds a lot of titles. She’s fondly called the Pinterest queen by her peers and deemed Top Pinner by Business Insider and InStyle Magazine. She also collaborates with notable brands like Target, Home Depot, and Anthropologie. On her blog, she’s your personal style guru for transforming spaces into personal works of art.
Southern California–based blogger Courtney is a wife and mommy who believes in infusing style into all aspects of life. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of daily life, this creative online space is an oasis for you to find beauty, style, and inspiration for turning everything you touch, whether it’s an outfit or your home, into a personal masterpiece.
A Southern Bucket was founded in 2011 by a North Carolina girl and her mom. Driven by a love for elegant and practical decor, the mom-and-daughter duo started creating storage buckets that were not just just creative storage solutions, but also unique decor that could add drama to any space. Their blog reflects their design philosophy of combining functionality with style.
Blogger and mama Nancy is a thrifting, painting, budget-decorating kind of girl. On her blog, she invites other girls like her to come together and share ideas on DIY, design, decor, and everything in between. You’ll find recipes, tutorials, tips and freebies, and simply a unique space where artsy chicks rule.
Sue Purdy is a busy wife and mom who considers homemaking her main passion. Beyond her regular nine-to-five job, she makes sure to do the fixes, upgrades, and renovations necessary to turn her family’s space into a purdy little house. If you want to do the same to your own home, you’ll enjoy reading her blog.
Apartment 34 is all about finding an intentional approach to modern living. Founded by Erin Hiemstra in 2008, when blogging was just emerging, this online space features a visual feast of sophisticated decor and style as well as practical tips on cooking, traveling, and entertaining. Sit back, relax, and find your own little nook in Apartment 34.
Author, content creator, and Rue Magazine cofounder Anne Sage has been blogging since 2008. She is well-known and well loved for her smart and stylish approach to fashion, interiors, entertaining, and everything in between. On her namesake blog, she shares snapshots of her life and the things that make it unique.
Annabode prides itself on being the only full-service residential interior design firm in Denver that specializes in eco-friendly, sustainable design and authentic, essential living. It is not just about building your dream house; Annabode wants your home and all the things in it to enrich your life and bring you joy.
In this sleek and stylishly minimalistic blog, Molly shows her readers that it’s perfectly okay not to be perfect and that there is joy to be found in mess and mistakes. Whether it’s hosting an effortless dinner party or doing DIY projects around the house, Molly invites you to enjoy the process and experience why almost makes perfect.
Alma Arrieta believes in creating a beautiful life using your gifts and talents. This philosophy shines through in her blog, where she shares inspiring tips related to home, design, style, motherhood, and life in general.
Whether you’re looking for a gift idea, home tour, or fitness tips, there’s something for you in Alma’s cozy corner on the internet. Are you ready to get Almafied?
Aedriel is all about finding luxury in everyday life. Whether it’s sipping a cup of tea or lighting a candle, every detail in this blog invites you to stop and smell the roses that make life truly sweet. You’ll find this philosophy as you read through the site’s highlights on interiors, food, lifestyle, party ideas, spirituality, and wellness.
Vegan, fair-trade advocate, and small-business-supporter Corinna has a soft spot for South Asian architecture and textiles, plants, and incense. Her advocacies and fascinating interests shine through in a personal blog that is full of character and soul. Whether she’s designing a room or sharing inspiration, Corinna always pours her heart and personal style into every detail.
Kristi is a self-confessed interior decorating addict and blogger who loves every step in the process of creating a home. Whether it’s painting, upholstering, building, or sewing, she puts her heart and soul into everything she does. If you’re addicted to decorating, you’ll find Kristi’s blog is a gold mine of tips, tutorials, and inspiration.
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