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Design Blogs Roundup: Bring the Beach Inside

It can be tough to move on from the Fourth of July; we're all experiencing a bit of a letdown after the fantastic fireworks and mouthwatering grilling sessions, gatherings with friends and family, and downtime away from work. But bloggers have come to the rescue, presenting ways to bring a beach vibe inside. From boardwalk... Continue Reading »

Live More Simply With the Help of Blogs

Blogs relating to simple living, minimalism, and tiny homes are being created everyday (I even have my own -- RowdyKittens). And sorting through so many resources can be overwhelming. So I thought it would be useful to create a round-up of some of my favorite minimalist blogs that will have you living and breathing easier... Continue Reading »

Apartment Design Blogs: Space Solutions Galore

Design blogs have tackled stubborn issues with creative solutions this week. So if you've tried to shrug off the frustrations of a lack of space, only to have clutter re-emerge, find fantastic new storage fixes below. Then, keep it all smelling fresh and clean (sans chemicals), add a foolproof flower pot, and throw a... Continue Reading »

Apartment Design Blogs: Letting Summer Sink In

Some of our favorite design blogs have been summer-obsessed this week, digging up chic mobile planters, finding the coolest campsite-inspired decor, and bringing beachside flair inside. Here's a roundup of ideas sure to transform your apartment into a private respite from the season's concert crowds and sticky humidity.... Continue Reading »

Where Did Your Rent Money Go? The Art of Buying Less

In Obsessive Consumption, Portland-based artist Kate Bingaman-Burt examines consumerism through art. Faced with credit card debt, Bingaman-Burt responded by documenting her experience through drawing and photography. The book represents a selection of three years worth of Bingaman-Burt's ink drawings. I had the pleasure... Continue Reading »

Super Bowl No Touchdown for Miami Realtors

Super Bowl week is a boon for South Florida businesses, but a bust for its real estate market. But that's not necessarily a sign of bad times. "Other than weekly rentals, the Super Bowl is not big for us," said Miami Real Estate broker and blogger Riley Smith. "But it doesn't matter because this is our biggest time of... Continue Reading »

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