• One of the fun things about Anthropologie's The Magazine is that you don't know what you're going to get. From a post sharing favorite French finds for under $50 to a silly drawing about making the most of a quilt, it's a fun blog for quick yet useful amusement.
• As you might expect from the man who creates bright and whimsical home goods, Jonathan Adler's Musings are delightfully cheeky.
• Home Depot's DIY and project rich blog totally makes sense. After scrolling through the posts for inspiration, you may find yourself drawn into their store for the materials.
• Vecco has teamed up with DIYers and designers for a blog that is all about providing inspiration.
• Besides providing a behind the scenes look at The Vintage Bazaar, organizers Katherine Raz and Libby Alexander take us through home and office tours, introduce us to vendor profiles and feature plenty vintage finds and inspiration.
• If you've ever been wowed by the Ikea hacks we've seen here, you'll really enjoy Ikea Share Space. It's so fascinating to see how people around the world give flat pack, carbon copy furniture their own unique touch.
• Of course etsy, the site that practically ushered in the handcrafted craze, would have an amazing blog. Worth a visit for the beautiful images alone, we also enjoy their "Short Stories," brief backgrounds on featured items.
• From Peggy Wong, a former Deputy Art Director for Martha Stewart, to Erin Loechner, the blogger behind DesignForMankind.com, the team of contributors to the FLOR blog bring a lot of design expertise to the table.
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