YouTube is an excellent place for interior design inspo. Whether you’re looking for design tips or inspiration for your own space (or you just love getting a look into other people’s homes), there are bound to be a few new channels to subscribe to below. Read on for our 10 picks for channels we think you might love as much as we do.
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Janea Brown is just light personified. A lifestyle YouTuber with a focus on interior design and wellness, Janea wants you to live your best life and believes that starts from within (and from your home).
Janea’s videos range from showcasing her beautifully airy, modern Boho home in Los Angeles to personal vlogs about her healing journey.
You should absolutely subscribe and watch all her videos, but if you want to start with home content, she has a whole playlist to make it easy for you.
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Alexandra Gater proves you don’t have to buy in order to make a space your own. This Toronto-based YouTuber shows her viewers tons of hacks for making a rental space feel like your home.
She has tons of amazing videos but her most unique series has to be the Studio Fix. In this series, Alexandra gives studio apartments a total revamp, making the most of the small square footage, keeping it trendy and functional.
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Drew shows that you don’t need to spend an arm and a leg in order to personalize furniture and your home. He is always recreating viral TikTok and Pinterest hacks, giving you step-by-step instructions for how to do it in real life.
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Mr. Kate is a talented and hilarious DIYer who dabbles in all things interior design, making any house into a home.
Her best videos have to be any season of OMG We’re Coming Over, a series in which Mr. Kate and her team give other people a room makeover of their dreams, be it a home office, a bedroom or bathroom. Her personality makes her the most fun to watch and you’ll definitely get so many fun ideas out of her content.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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The Sorry Girls
The Sorry Girls, aka Kelsey and Becky, are amazing YouTubers all about that #DIYLife. They provide viewers with tons of projects that truly anyone can achieve. They’re also so fun to watch together; their dynamic is awesome.
Besides DIY, what we love about The Sorry Girls is that they also bring back the basics of interior design, like patching drywall, helping beginners get their feet wet before embarking on the bigger, more difficult projects.
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MaCenna is bubbly and can truly turn apartment beige into apartment gold. She’s also the queen of thrift shopping and thrift flips, showing how to turn decor and old furniture into something brand new, stylish, and perfect for the space.
Recently, MaCenna and her partner bought a beautiful cottage and have been embarking on tons of renovation projects, which are fun to watch. Check out that series here.
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Nastazsa is the definition of California cool. What drew us to her channel was how she perfectly styled her apartment and made it totally personal to her, despite being a rental.
Nastazsa’s content will be most appealing to apartment dwellers. She shows how to do extreme makeovers within an apartment and still get that security deposit back.
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Living to DIY with Rachel Metz
Rachel Metz isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty to make a home beautiful. She is a YouTuber who really gets into the nitty gritty DIY home projects and renos. What we love about her is that she explains the techniques she uses to help her followers replicate the projects in their own homes.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Arvin Olano's personality shines in on his channel, where the goal is to make interior design accessible to all. While newer to YouTube, Arvin has already amassed over 200K subscribers, and for good reason. His videos range from home decor hauls to what is worth your money (and what totally isn’t).
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Kristen McGowan’s work is stunningly minimal. She has a B.A. in interior design and her education is apparent in the work she does.
She’s also always filming IKEA videos for affordable decorating and organizing that you can totally implement into your own space. Do be warned: You will want to buy everything. Speaking from experience here.