In the summer of 2009, I created a category called “Home Decor” to segregate the growing list of design blogs. Within weeks, this section outnumbered the blogs under business, career, momma bloggers, and writing sections.
According to me, Apartment Therapy should come with a disclaimer: If you don’t have a job, then by all means take the risk of stopping by our site. Because once you do, it’s not so easy to get away. I’ve heard of addiction to the Prison Break series when you’ve watched one episode and the urge to stay up all night to finish the entire season, but this one surpasses that. There have been days when I’ve lost track of hours spent indulging myself in AT land.
It’s Pretty Good: The name says it all. Written by Mary, a self-taught photographer, “it’s pretty good” had me hooked the first time I landed on the site. Quite different from a regular blog, Mary has adopted a distinctive style of captioning images with thoughtful words. The visual inspiration site consists primarily of closely shot images of flowers, table settings, delicious savories, freshly picked fruits, and home accessories. Mary’s eye for beautiful details of life will ensure this site finds a permanent fixture in your reading list.
Die Frau I’m Haus: You may think I’m crazy, but wait till you see the stunning images. I recently discovered Die Frau I’m Haus and I despise the fact that I can’t understand a word of what’s written on the blog. It’s probably not a bad idea to learn German so I can follow “the woman in the house” and not depend on Google’s translation abilities. The Hydrangeas and the snowball tree flowers often pictured here are lovely.
What’s on your reader? What’s that one blog that you never get tired of reading?
Edited to add: I think it’s only fair to list the other blogs on my list after Sharon pointed out The Inspired Room. Elements of Style by Erin Gates, PadStyle for funky designer products, My Notting Hill, Melissa’s The Inspired Room, and few by Indian authors including The Key Bunch, An Indian Summer, Art n Light, and Art By Aarohi complete the list.
Currently, I look forward to your blog posts only !!! :p
I would rate a home decor blog good, by the amount of tips and tricks it provides, and not just photos of beautiful houses and copied from other sites. When we read a photo post, we try to imitate the same setting, which is not good. DIY projects, ideas, makeovers etc always tops the list.
hey your posts are pretty good too:)
to add to your lovely list, try The Inspired Room…I love her style!
Thank you, Sharon. Yes, The Inspired Room is currently on my list. I’ve edited the post to add others.
That was flattering, Archana. Thank you.
I love http://www.theyounghouselove.com. And yours is a lovely blog too.
Sunita, Can’t thank you enough for sharing this link. I discovered http://www.younghouselove.com a few months back and lost the link(read: not on delicious), but remembered the plot. No amount of digging into my browser history helped..you’ve unearthed it now and made my day :)
I also love http://www.remodelaholic.com/ for loads of DIY inspiration. She hosts several guest projects each week and there’s always a bunch of amazing ideas to be had.
I’d never heard of how about orange…I’m off to check it out now. :)
Thanks for adding me to the list :-) Sorry I’m like six months late in thanking you!
Super like archana:) realy nice thought. wil suggest your blog to my friends…
Pretty good suggestions. I like the images in Die Frau I’m Haus. :) thanks for compiling this.
It is recommended to place a vase with fresh flowers on the counter and candles on the mantles.Always remember that your main goal is to attract buyers, so you need to pay attention to every detail and make sure to make your home.
Thanks For This Blog, was added to my bookmarks.
Lovely blog on home improvement ideas.
Do check out my blog on home deco inspired by everything Indian.
Good blog post. I certainly love this site. Keep it up!