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Top 50 Design Blogs for Mom: Read Them and Drool.

Pretty things for parents to look at

For some reason, I find design blogs extra addictive. It starts with a curiosity about how to hang art in my son’s room and all of a sudden it’s two hours later, I’ve been through 25 nursery tours (ogling over wall colors and handmade mobiles), and I’m writing down steps for making my own felt animal bookends.

So I’m so excited that Elina Furman of Babble’s Family Style blog put together a list of the Top 50 Design Blogs for Moms. One of my favs is Projectnursery…If you don’t hear from me again, I’m there.

Who else made the Top 50 list of gorgeousness?

For home design + products we’ve got Oh Dee Doh, Project Nursery, Young House Love (can I move in with you guys by any chance?) and more. If I have another baby, I’m going straight to Pregnant Fashionista (where they say yes to tights, no to maternity overalls).

The categories are: Mom + kids style, handmade, toys + gear, all things beautiful, and home products.

Check out the Top 50 design blogs and Babble’s fun new product section.

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