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Some of the best ideas and inspirations can be found online. The reason why BRABBU wants to present you our selection of best interior design blogs USA.
No top 20 would be complete without that behemoth of blogs/forums, Apartment Therapy. Despite its size and reach – and it really is huge, with dizzyingly frequent updates, and posts from around the world – it retains a sense of community. It’s primarily pictorial, with the main feature being House Tours of hipsters’ homes, though it mixes these with practical tips.
Decor8 is the name on virtually every other interiors blogger’s blogroll, and with good reason. In six years it’s become such a popular design resource that its American founder, Holly Becker, now has a bestselling spin-off book to her name and is a regular on the lecture circuit.
OK, not strictly speaking a blog, but this bi-monthly online magazine earns its place in our list for one very good reason: its visual appeal makes it just as addictive as all the rest of them. From some of the people behind the late, lamented American interiors magazine Domino, it showcases the nattiest homes Stateside – bright, quirky, and often bearing distinct shades of the 1960s and 1970s. Beware one great, though quite possibly dangerous, tool: hover your mouse over something that catches your eye in a featured interior and it will tell you where you can buy the very same or similar.
James Snowden is an interior decorator, shopkeeper and, as he styles himself, ‘blog curator’ based in Kentucky. This last might sound a teeny bit precious, but don’t let it put you off. He’s a blogger of few words but many beautiful pictures of things that have caught his eye – furniture and curios that are gently distressed, and interiors of an almost ethereal stillness. It is all seductively soulful and makes you want to hop on a plane to visit his shop with a fistful of dollars.
Design*Sponge is a design blog run by Grace Bonney. Launched in August of 2004, the site updates 3 to 5 times per day and was declared a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” by the New York Times. Design*Sponge attracts a diverse group of devoted readers across the globe and currently reaches over 1 million readers per day.
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