Hailed as one of the easiest to use platforms, Blogger has been the choice of many first-time bloggers. But it’s not just for beginners—with its intuitive design and stunning templates, Blogger has won the hearts of many bloggers, especially those into home design.
Whether you are curating the most expensive and popular designs or showcasing your chic DIY creations, you need a slick blogger theme to display your hard work. Here are the top 10 blogger themes for interior designers:
A minimalistic, yet colorful theme, Masinop is perfect for showcasing high-end designs with a bit of flair. It also has easy-to-use social media buttons and built in advertising space if you’re looking to monetize your blog.
Adapted from WordPress, this template is perfect for vintage or grunge styles with the distressed background and image-heavy posts.
My favorite feature of this template is its sliding photo gallery at the top—a perfect way to engage new visitors on your page right off the bat.
With its gallery-style welcome page, you will be channeling your blog’s inner-Pinterest to hook readers. I also love the prominent social media buttons at the top to link to your other profiles.
5. Extreme Surfing
This two-column theme with an absolutely gorgeous header, you can easily grab the attention of your readers. It also has beautiful fonts built in to complement your favorite designs.
Beyond the fact that our team hails from Boston, I love this theme for its colorful, yet simplistic design. I would especially love this for a DIY interior design blog—its colors would help pick up the vibrancy in your photos.
Also adapted from WordPress, this three-column theme has a sliding header image and subdued theme. This is the perfect theme to spice up a vintage home design blog.
With a retro-feel, this template still has a streamlined look that I love. It also has bold fonts that will complement all of your pictures.
9. Tequilas Flamejantes
With the vibrant yellow background, I completely fell in love with this theme. The gallery offers images that are bigger than thumbnails, but not too big to overwhelm the page.
This theme is minimalistic, yet relies on both photos and text. I love the different types of post layouts as you scroll down the page—it makes discovering evergreen content very easy for your readers.