I used to be fascinated with “celebrity” until I decided my time was much more valuable than reading about famous people going to the supermarket, or discussing their personal lives….again. But, there are some things that I never get tired of. I’m enthralled with the work of people, and learning about how they see what they do and what motivates them in their work. That I have tolerance for, whether they are known or unknown to the world. I have some interior design interest, as do many of you. Although I don’t have enough interest to actually do it. Anyway you may have heard of KWID or Kelly Wearstler Interior Design, or you may have seen Ms. Wearstler on some Bravo channel design show (at least I think it’s Bravo). In the world of interiors, she is a very well known designer. If you know of her even more than that, she definitively has her own obviously unique style and vibe-which I really like about her. Which might be the reason why her blog is called My Vibe My Life. It’s Ms. Wearstler, her life, style, and work-with big fat glossy pictures. The text is minimal but the pictures are plentiful and say a lot about her world. Take a look! It’s always interesting to feel someone else’s Vibe and peek into their life.
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Style, Style, Style. Did I say, “Style.”
I am always amazed how some bloggers are so in the “know.” They get all the great interviews, read all the great books, have all the great images, get invited to all the great parties and create all the great collaborations. All The Best is the crème de la crème of the above. It is the interior design blog with the most in the “know” blogstress you’ll encounter, Ms. Ronda Carman. The blog itself is visually pleasing. Her images…well, her images… make you want to change your world to live in Ms. Carman’s. One of the most wonderful things about her blog, are the great interviews she posts with taste makers and interior designers who set the standard on some of the best interiors you’ll ever see. While I struggled as to whether I should put one of the many beautiful pictures she posts in this Revue I declined for two reasons. First, I simply love her blog’s header design. Second, it is my hope that my description of this blog will entice you to get your passport and visit All the Best.
The Cerebral Part of Interior design
Over the weekend I had what I call inner pandemonium. It is where I am calm & cool on the outside but inside I’m inpatient, frustrated and overall dissatisfied. What, you may ask ,was causing my inner pandemonium? My house. It’s a 1950’s do that needs some serious interior aesthetic appeal. However, as is my normal course of anything design related be it interior or landscape, I always research the [insert word] out of it before I make a move (which leads me to making no moves at all, unfortunately). So I have found a site that feeds into my need for interior design information (not procrastination…just information), not just in pictures but design concepts and history thus giving me the potential for a Pure Style Home.
This Blog Truly Inspires a Way of Living
I believe everyone dreams about the way they ideally want to live. Those dreams must start somewhere, some from a realtive’s stories about distant travels or through the eyes of a favorite character in a beloved book. In today’s society, very often dreams are conjured up by images of how others live. This gives rise to the possibility of how you too can live. Desire To Inspireprovides that visual imagery be it modern, traditional, deco, or eclectic, that gives rise to your possibility. It does so on almost a daily basis. Jo (an interior designer from Australia) and Kim (a design junkie/Web developer from Canada) have created a site that makes you want to redecorate your home over and over again because no matter how good it looks now, the possibilities are endless. However, if you’re looking for intricate analysis about the decors they provide, you’ll be looking a long time. Furthermore, easy topic selection, such as by design style or interior designer, is not possible despite having an internal Google search prompt of the site. But these missing pieces are not the point of the site (although it would make it even better). Rather, it’s goal is to inspire your creative juices through professional imagery, so you want to finally tackle that bedroom, bathroom, outdoor room, family room…or which ever room it may be. And tackle you must after visiting this site.