10 Design Blogs You Should Be Reading

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I'm at Altitude Summit this week. Alt Summit is the conference for design and lifestyle bloggers, and as you might suspect, hundreds of the top design bloggers are in attendance. It's a super stylish, highly creative group and I'm certain I'll come away from the summit full of new ideas, goals, and projects.

So, for this week's interior inspiration, I thought it would be fun to share some of the best design blogs you may not have heard of. Blogs that feature great content and beautiful images -- like the beautiful room pictured above that I found on A Life's Design.

Take a peek at my list and, hopefully, you'll add a few new favorite stops to your daily reads.

Jen's writing makes me laugh. And I love her style!

My Notting Hill
Stop here for lots of big interior images and other fun tidbits about what's happening in the world of interior design.

I started reading this one because I liked the name.

High Street Market
Kelly lives in Philadelphia in a house that's 120 years old.

Little Green Notebook
Jenny recently moved to Manhattan with her husband and three kids. I especially enjoy her posts about decorating her new loft.

I Suwanee
She's cheeky and clever and her image gallery in the sidebar is very handy.

Ashley keeps things upbeat and cheerful.

Bryn Alexandra
Bryn is based in Charlotte, North Carolina. I like her practical advice.

This chic interior design firm is based north of Boston and has lots of amazing ideas.

Are these new-to-you blogs or are they old favorites? I hope you get a chance to explore them and find some inspiration today. Every single one guarantees interior design eye candy.



Image via Elle Decor

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i think i was reading about this on NYT the other day

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I am sure there are other design blogs out there as well, but these 10 will do nicely. One of them has furniture that looks like it was inspired by Brandenberry. I especially liked the amish look that it had, and I always wanted to remodel my house to look like that.

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