The Sartorialist


Named one of Time Magazine's top 100 "Design Influencers," The Sartorialist was started by Scott Schuman -- a photographer with 15 years of experience in fashion marketing -- who wanted to apply his aesthetic eye to the real world and document those fearless everyday fashionistas who just "get it right." The site includes photos, videos, and a sartoriaLIST: The blogger and his contributors' list their favorite tailors, barbers, dry cleaners, and shoe repair shops in New York, Milan, and Paris.

On the Street…Mother & Child, Mumbai
by The Sartorialist almost 2 years ago
If You’re Thinking About….Camels & Camel Accessories
by The Sartorialist almost 2 years ago

Design Milk


This blog, dedicated to "what’s fresh and new in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and decor, fashion, and technology" will leave you mooing with Milk's pleasure.

Lumio: A Portable Light That Opens Up Like a Book
by Caroline Williamson over 2 years ago
A Multigenerational House in Helsinki, Finland
by Caroline Williamson over 2 years ago

Design Sponge


Brooklyn-based writer Grace Bonney expertly runs this site that focuses on providing forum for the industry's best new products to shine.

A World Traveler Creates a Home Base
by Amy Azzarito over 2 years ago
A Family Home in New York City
by Amy Azzarito over 2 years ago



This blog is perfect for those searching for a site that provides extremely comprehensive coverage of design photos and outlines.

Apartment Therapy


Sometimes you need to vent on your life's stresses -- and so does your apartment require a sit-down sometimes of its own. Think of this blog as your space's shrink.

Holly & Ryan's Modern, Vintage Mix — House Tour
by Lauren Kolyn 8 months ago
Design Lessons from This Year's Oscar Nominated Films
by Kim Moreau Jacobs 8 months ago

The Style Files


This blog has expanded its search for the trinkets and accoutrements that define an elegant home to an international level.

by Danielle 11 months ago
by Danielle 11 months ago

Grassroots Modern


GM does it better than anyone else: "to help those who are looking for a modern contemporary style at an affordable price."



Playing on the word "decorate," Holly is an expat living in Germany with over 25,000 readers worldwide. Her posts cover craft news from magazines, conventions, and other crafters. Her blog is a friendly, informative read.

Small + Natural Scandi Style Apartment
by decor8 over 1 year ago
Buy Some Damn Art
by decor8 over 1 year ago

Haute Nature


A blog dedicated to helping people reduce, reuse and recycle. This blog teaches how to re-purpose recycled items into something new and fabulous.

world read aloud day: march 5
by admin over 2 years ago
Reinvented Paint by Number & Record Cover Art
by admin over 2 years ago

Breathe Modern


Don't just read about great modern design or dream of the ultimate home decor in your slumber -- breathe it always, with this site's support.



The ultimate promise in a design site: " a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects from around the world before anyone else."

Louisa Zahareas' Screen Mutations ceramics are designed to be viewed on Skype
by Emma Tucker 11 months ago
Waechter Architecture updates century-old Portland house with a bright red facade
by Alan G Brake 11 months ago

Design Spotter


When you're on the lookout for a site that has a more dynamic set of design inspiration and offerings, this is a safe bet.

Table Altaar
over 2 years ago
Chicos - the funny lower chest
over 2 years ago

Desire to Inspire


Kim and Jo have never met but there is a bond between them that is so strong that it can cross half the world and back again. You see Kim and Jo are interior design junkies. They go weak at the knees when they find that perfect room and they just have to share. It all started towards the end of 2006. They met on Flickr, shared images they had bookmarked and well that was that. Desire to Inspire was born.

The fisherman's cottage
by midcenturyjo over 2 years ago
Brooklyn Heights Loft
by midcenturyjo over 2 years ago

Material Girls


"Design inspiration from coast to coast" ensures that even those who live in flyover states get to soak in some real inspiration.

eBoutique Source: Perry Clark Home
by Jill-LA about 1 year ago
Fall, Fun, and Food Trucks!
by Julia-Chicago about 1 year ago

Oh Joy!


Seventeen thousand avowed daily readers have made this high-traffic site a must-read for anyone into design... and food, coincidentally.

dressing the babe / seeing spots...
by Joy over 1 year ago
happy friday + baby things...
by Joy over 1 year ago

SF Girl By Bay


"Bohemian modern style from a San Francisco girl" means that the design-obsessed around the country all have the chance to glean some California classy touches.

living in berlin.
by victoria over 2 years ago
sneak peek: darling, issue no. 7.
by rachelle dunn over 2 years ago