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    A summer rental, a new beginning…

    Hannah Russell’s carefully crafted plans for her life have been upended without warning. When her best friend died suddenly, Hannah became guardian to a five-year-old named Noah. With no experience at motherhood, she’s terrified she’s not up to the challenge. She and Noah need time to get to know each other, so she decides to rent a country house with stunning views on a lake in rural Colorado.

     

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  • Diana Palmer

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    True love is in store for one gruff cowboy in New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer’s new Wyoming Men romance.

    Cort Grier is no ordinary rancher. Despite his vast wealth, he still works the land with his own bare hands, unlike his troublesome new neighbor, Ophelia Dresden. Fiery, beautiful Ophelia infuriates and entrances Cort, awakening feelings he’d thought long buried. But he knows falling for a city

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    12 of the Best Interior Design Websites From Around the World


    12 of the Best Interior Design Websites From Around the World


    January 21, 2014

    General, Interior Design
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    12 of the Best Interior Design Websites From Around the WorldGreat interior design can transcend geographical boundaries. Whether you’re planning the interior of a New York loft or a beach hut on the UK coastline, good design principles will ensure that your clients get what they want. Trends come and go, but inspiring design projects result when the interior designer and client collaborate and communicate effectively. Here are 12 of the best interior design websites that are guaranteed to inform and inspire.

    Best Blogs

    1. Decor8

    Founded by American journalist, interiors author and stylist Holly Becker, what started as a blog back in 2006 has been a runaway success. The hugely popular site now has two bestselling spin-off books and a third on the way. Holly’s musings can be found at decor8blog.com, which she describes as

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    TOP 10 Best Interior Design & Architecture Websites

    For interior designers and architects, it is crucial to have a website worthy of their talent and skill. A mediocre website creates the impression of service of a similar kind – and this is not what a designer’s business needs.

    In our previous publications, we talked about benefits of having genuine, award-winning websites for interior designers, and the criteria of such sites. Today, let me list my personal top chart of interior design and architecture studios’ digital domains. Perfect examples of how your website should look – right ahead.

    10. CASE 3D

    A nice animated portray of sketches becoming actual interiors. Traditional menus approach is combined with scrolling navigation. The blog features extensive case studies for all completed works.

    Why 10th place: aside from the interesting main page “drawing vs reality” solution, all other sections are quite boring and straightforward.

    9.DOCK

    An interesting concept of image unification – an

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    The 10 Best Interior Design Websites

    Like all ten best lists this one is purely “IMAO” (In My Arrogant Opinion). These are sites that, for me, capture the moment, extract the best from the physical world of interior design, and convert it in inspiration.

    What exactly does being a fashion designer entail?

    So without further ado, in reverse order for greater dramatic effect, here they are:

    10. This Ain’t No Disco (it’s where we work).

    The world’s funkiest workspaces, beautifully photographed.

    http://www.aintnodisco.com

    9. Wallpaper

    The sumptuous magazine converts chicly to the web. The internet format allows the incorporation of rich media. Even their video skin is annoyingly cool.

    http://www.wallpaper.com/interiors

    8. Dezeen

    With a simple mission to “bring you news of great projects before anyone else”, they generally do. The site is cleanly designed and the photographs sagely selected.

    http://www.dezeen.com/category/interiors-news/

    7. Apartment Therapy

    With a tag line like “saving the world, one room at a time”, you can guess that apartment therapy is more oriented

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    56 Top Interior Design Websites and Blogs in 2020

    This is our list of the top 56 interior design and architecture blogs and websites. This is a fantastic resource for anyone looking for home design inspiration.


    Welcome to our list of what we consider the best interior design blogs and websites in 2017.

    We’re proud of Home Stratosphere and love the many emails and messages from readers who love our site, but we know there are many other excellent interior design and architecture websites out there.

    Related: Home Plans Websites | Best Quilting Books | Best Books on Architecture | Best Gardening Books

    Home Stratosphere’s goals are twofold:

    1.  Help people get ideas for interior design and home design; and

    2.  Entertain people who simply love looking at beautiful and unique homes.

    To that end, we want to share our list of what we consider to be the best-of-the-best in interior design, home decor, and residential architecture on the

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    Top 50 interior design websites

    45) @busyhousehold

    This Twitter feed offers money-saving household tips (how to spring- clean with cider vinegar) and interior suggestions, as well as more general family/parenting advice.

    AND FINALLY… HUMOUR

    46) diydisasters.co.uk

    This is where DIY meets SOS. Home improvers share shameful disaster stories and revel in others’ misfortunes. Look out for the new sofa that was too big for the front door, or the nail gun that misfired.

    47) regretsy.com/category/decor

    Ah, misadventures in interiors shopping. The baked-potato bean-bag, unusual wallpapers, the Barry Manilow-shaped day pillow (or, “Manllow”). A dustbin of home decor disasters.

    48) @PaintQualityIns

    A breathless and, one imagines, unintentionally hilarious Twitter feed about the joy of paint. Our American “color expert” reflects on this year’s on-trend shade (“I love yellow!”), but warns that “now is not the time to be matchy-matchy”. Imagine if Alan Partridge worked on an interiors magazine.

    49) pintester.com

    For an antidote to smug

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