It's so cold outside, and my brain can't process the hundreds of posts I normally read. So instead of curating posts today, I thought I'd let you in on a few of my favorite interior design blog reads. These are the ones you should absolutely be adding to your must-read list:
Design for Mankind
Erin has this knack for tackling the toughest topics in life with grace and aplomb, and trips to her site always leave me feeling fulfilled and educated (which you cannot say for a lot of sites). She also recently started Clementine Daily - a lifestyle site for the modern woman.
Pure Style Home
Washington DC-based designer, Lauren Liess somehow runs a successful interior design business, writes a blog, and raises three boys with her husband. And, she has just opened a brick and mortar store in the DC area!
My Scandinavian Home
Escape to the mostly white world of Scandinavian design through this site curated by a London-transplant now living in Sweden. I go here for visual inspiration and always come away relaxed.
A House in the Hills
Sarah Yates provides a little bit of everything on this site, from interiors to food to fashion. Her style is impeccable and her running commentary on her favorite interior design posts from around the web are always enlightening.
Slim started her blog in 2009 on a dare, and now it's a daily read for so many of us. She takes one topic in design and runs with it and shows you how that trend shows up in multiple places and disciplines. Super cool.
A Bloomsbury Life
Lisa describes herself as a domestic explorer, and I'd totally agree. From in-depth analysis of an LA mansion to her current post on the secret parts of Victorian England, she constantly amazes me with her attention to detail and nose for hidden gems. Plus, Lisa is publishing her first book this fall, and I can't wait!
Okay hope you enjoyed these recommendations! Note: I could have led you to super biggie sites like Little Green Notebook, Decor8, SF Girl By Bay, and Young House Love (and I do love those too) but I thought you'd appreciate some recommendations that you perhaps didn't already read. :)