YouTube is not only about fashion and beauty. The decoration also made a place for itself! If we are looking for inspiration for decorating the living room or advice for renovating an old house, we can watch one of these four YouTube channels.
1. Apartment 9b
Julia and Floriane are two sisters with a passion for design and interior decoration. In 2014, they decided to launch their Youtube channel stan 9b. What do we find? The duo mainly gives us advice on how to avoid mistakes in choosing parquet or finding your style. Julia and Floriane do not hesitate to confront each other during the “battle decoration”. Based on a theme suggested by one of their subscribers, each of them suggests a decorative idea. A small privilege, we have the honor to decide between them by leaving a small comment. Pretty cool, right?
2. Hello Blogzine
Behind Hello Blogzine are two decoration journalists Carine Keyvan and Anne-Sophie Michat. In each of their videos, the duo offers houses, towers of apartments, houses, duplexes… Principle? Show us every room using your camera or smartphone. In October, they went to meet Audrey, a mother of three who decorated her Paris apartment in a Nordic country style. During the summer of 2020, we opened the doors of the slow deco and vintage house Marina. Besides showing us around, Carine and Anne-Sophie talk to their guests about the choice of decor. A true source of inspiration!
3. Secret decoration for boots
Do you want a YouTube channel that combines good humor and decoration? Visit La Botte Secrète Decoration! Every week Nathalie offers us a new video on often current topics. She recently gave us her take on Very Peri, the Pantone color of 2022. Last summer, we discovered her 13 ideas for bringing sunshine into our bedroom. To be even closer to her 58,000 subscribers, Nathalie often organizes live sessions where advice is given in real time. If we missed the live, don’t panic, we can watch it in replay.
4. Another home
If we are looking for decorative tips for harmonizing colors, sublimating our staircase or adopting a vintage interior, we can look at Another Home. Vincent Bussez’s YouTube channel has more than 28,000 subscribers. In each of his capsules, this lover of architecture and interior design gives us his advice in front of the camera. His many tips are simple, interesting, but above all practical.