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It’s one thing to see a top designer’s work, quite another to read what he or she has to say about it. Here are some of our favorite blogs by interior designers.

Vincente Wolf offers a behind-the-scenes look at his fabulous work and life.

I can get my NY fix reading Habitually Chic by Manhattan designer Heather Clawson.

Arkansas-based designer Tobi Fairley posts a delicious amount of eye candy. I love that she was inspired by a new line of electric fingernail polish.

Absolutely Beautiful Things is written by Australian designer Anna Spiro. This week’s features include a to-die-for, hot pink chair and snapshots of photogenic family dogs that make her home even more beautiful.  

I get a lot of joy following the adventures of Angelo Surmelis who shares much of his life (and passion for design) with his audience. If you need a pick-me-up in the morning, check out Angelo’s video Daily Tip.

Design greats Paul Siskin, Ghislaine Vinas, D.B. Kim and others can be found in one place: Interior Design magazine online.

I love everything about The Cultivated Home. It’s an off-shoot of Haus Interiors, Nina Freudenberger’s boutique design house in NYC. Nina collaborates with a foursome of fellow design enthusiasts who write about new products, New York shopping guides and budget-friendly finds. If you’re looking for a bathroom refresh under $50, for example, check out these tile tattoos.

 More good reads are by Karen Olivia, Michelle Zuniga, Brooke Giannetti, Tamara Matthews-Stephenson, Laura Casey and Maria Killam.

Closing with a nod to Dixie Carter who died this month.  I will always think of Dixie as Julia Sugarbaker, the opinionated, refined, Southern lady who ran an interior design firm from the first floor of her stately Atlanta home.  I wonder how a design blog by Sugarbaker Designs would have read.

What are your favorite decorating blogs written by designers?


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