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DC-architect Lauren Liess inspires us with nice pictures and original concepts. She' s made her own weblog so much loved that she now even has her own line of fabrics: The first time we saw Velvet and Linen was a few years ago when owner/author Brooke Giannetti wrote about one of our favourite artists, Rachel Halvorson.
Brooke's contributions are visually delicious, full of stunning photographs. Your man is an architect and you also have a home design shop full of old fashioned items and funny finds. With three children, a flourishing company and an incredible eyeball, this makes this a great everyday post that we look forward to every single night.
We' ve introduced her several time and she is living in the same neighbourhood as several of us. Be it a recent architectural design scheme, a recent tour of the store or a kuratierte inspection of the lights, we always appreciate what it says. And although you probably know that, Rachel was on the Garden & Gun covers two years ago, and since then we've been developing a kind of insane affection for this mag and our own little star who has become an over night known personality in the blogsorld.
Gates is fresh in her attitude, her design work and her love of naming things and making you smile. Your primary concern is affordability and flexibility of design. It has a strong sense of styling and refers to popular clothes, fashions and play lists as well as interiors. It blogs every day, and sometimes it's just a quick hint of something fun, like this movie (click here) on nasty pieces of furnishings that makes us cry every single look at it because we are laughing so loud.
It' simple to understand, and if you adore printing leopards, this can be your ideal blogs. Anyone who thinks: "I have to employ someone to do this", this blogs may give you inspiration to think: "I can do it myself! She guides us through her own design challenge and shows us exactly what lacquer colour, joint colour, material etc. has been used - and she always has a clear eye for the money.
Inspired Room presents before's and after's from all over the blogs universe to constantly present us with new inspiration and other decorators, as well as editors who have an accessible look or feel for all of us who can't use a whole weeks or days for a single edit.
Counterfeit aged zinc letters, kindly reproduced by Dwelling Room Interior, shown in The Inspired Room. Posted by Joni Webb, who is also part of the team behind the week-long broadcast The Skirted Roundtable (interviews with the design world's top crime group and summarized in a blogs called The Skirted Roundtable), the Cote de Texas blends trendy design on the Texas coastline with modern design.
Joni likes to make a long contribution with beautiful photographs (like a new one with the home Reese Witherspoon purchased from famous design woman Kathy Ireland) so we can experience her passion for the du jour theme and get a true feeling for what inspired her.
It' s a really big script, so anyone who needs a reader can put it aside to browse this blogs! Here is something else we like about the Cote de Texas, as well as many of the blogs we visit regularly: We get to know many intriguing (and sometimes unrelated) things. Joni, in a recent article on 50 Shades of Grey, noted that she had been reading the show three years ago and fascinated us with an introductory look into the extremely populous realm of fan fiction, which most of us at SB had no clue it exists.
Côte de Texas shared her experiments with storing in this contribution, which contained photographs from every room in her home that ingeniously concealed all the volumes. Vancouver-based Maria Killam is an international colour specialist and will teach you everything from creating the right colour range for your home, whether or not it is fitted, to the right colouring.
Whilst you may think that this is just a web site for the serious or serious design enthusiast, it is not. It is open to its own design battles and design choices, colour themes and styles. It is a very substantial blogs that you can get used to. Home stage director and home decorator Kristie Barnett is filling her blogs with hints for true minds who make their proposals clear using clear video samples.
Please click on one of the two photos to get more samples from their blogs. She even has a unique furnishing design, which is a little unconventional and simple... perfectly. It really has a big sense of design that goes with many who don't want the same old'same old', and there always seems to be just a little ridicule in every piece.
It' s much more of a domino than a porch. Anne Beth organises a number of design shops all over the Netherlands and we all wish that we could participate as they will certainly be enjoyable and educational. Visit AB Cho for a dash of genuine, sincere, accessible styling that will celebrate the practicality and singularity of DIR.
It' s really a look at the lives of Jenny Komenda and everything that inspired her. This is a great piece of work to let us into her own lives, but in a way that emphasizes her eyes for fashion, be it a children's gown with great colour and feel, beautiful wallpapers, steps in the sandy beaches or a new musician.
She' s currently guiding us through her new home with before-and-after pictures and how-to inserted objects. You will find a little bit of DYY, many beautiful pictures, a look at Jenny's everyday routine and lots of inspirations here in the appropriately titled and highly regarded Little Green Notebook!
Small Green Notebook has some very brief contributions that offer a unique concept that makes you think: "I can do that! Allow us to know your favourites so that every reader has MORE blogs to chose from!