Top 10 Interior Design Blogs to Share with Clients

From Pinterest to Facebook and Instagram, interior design is a hot topic on social media.

Whether you’re an interior designer yourself or a real estate agent looking to offer your clients high-quality home content, you stand to benefit a great deal by engaging people around this popular subject.

To help you strengthen connections with your social media followers, we’ve put together a list of 10 awesome interior design blogs from American Lifestyle magazine.

Keep reading for plenty of engaging content that will be sure to keep you top of mind with your clients and prospects. (And, if you need a little help writing captions when sharing these blogs, feel free to use the included sample copy.)

Interior Trends to Try on a Budget

Interior Trends to Try on a Budget

Sample copy: “You don’t have to break the bank to make your house feel more like home.”

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Vintage Home Decor Trends

Vintage Home Decor Trends

Sample copy: “When it comes to interior design, some things never go out of style. Other things go out of style, only to come back in again.”

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4 Ways to Revamp Your Home Office

4 Ways to Revamp Your Home Office

Sample copy: “Just a few small changes to your home office can make you more comfortable and more productive.”

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Try Out These Wall Textures

Try Out These Wall Textures

Sample copy: “Adding texture to your wall is a great way to freshen things up without having to redecorate the whole room.”

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How to Incorporate Art into Your Home

How to Incorporate Art into Your Home

Sample copy: “A great read for anyone thinking about adding a little artwork to their walls!”

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A Subtle Way to Redecorate for Fall

A Subtle Way to Redecorate for Fall

Sample copy: “Here are some simple, yet effective ways to bring out the autumn into your home without overdoing it.”

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How to Create Your Own Meditation Space

How to Create Your Own Meditation Space

Sample copy: “Looking to give yourself a space to regroup and refresh? Check out this blog.”

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Let There Be No Light: Low-Light Plants

Let There Be No Light: Low-Light Plants

Sample copy: “These plants could be the perfect addition to your office, bedroom, or any other area that doesn’t get a lot of natural light.”

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Creating an At-Home Library

Creating an At-Home Library

Sample copy: “You can recreate the cozy tranquility of a rustic library in your own home.”

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Surprising Ways to Make Your Rooms Look Bigger

Surprising Ways to Make Your Rooms Look Bigger

Sample copy: “These tips can add the appearance of depth to even the smallest spaces.”

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We hope these blogs help you strengthen connections with all of your clients and prospects.

Remember to follow up with everyone who likes, comments, or shares—after all, regular communication with your clients is the key to more repeat transactions and referrals.


Looking for more great interior design and home blogs to share with your social media followers? Visit americanlifestylemag.com/home.

Another way to stay top of mind with your clients is by sending them a magazine that features amazing home content in every issue.

American Lifestyle is a high-quality, 48-page publication that’s branded to you. Unlike other marketing materials, it remains on the coffee table for weeks on end, where it increases good feelings for your business and encourages referrals.

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Written by Kevin McElvaney

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