Design blogs – January 8, 2011
Welcome to the January 8, 2011 edition of design blogs.
Caroline Miles presents 20 Essential Web Apps for Urban Planners posted at Masters in Urban Planning, saying, “Using your smart phone is a great way to stay productive whether you’re in the office, at a job site or on the road. Here are 20 web applications we think urban planners will love.”
Lori Kobelan presents Top 24 Mid-Century Furniture Blogs posted at Masters in Teaching, saying, “What’s old is new again when it comes to furniture. With shelving units and tables made of particle board, plus sky high prices for low quality furniture, many are turning to vintage furniture. Among the most popular era is mid-century furniture, which evokes a Mad Men quality in modern homes.”
Brianna Davis presents Top 35 Vintage Clothing Blogs posted at Bachelor of Arts, saying, “Vintage clothing has become a major interest for those who love fashion. Blogs and social networking sites allow vintage clothing lovers to come together and talk about their obsession and the history behind it.”
Sharon Harlan presents Your Home and Your Furniture – What You Must Know posted at Interior Design Degree, saying, “When you buy or rent a home, it’s expected that you’re going to furnish it if you’re going to live in it for a considerable period of time. And for some people, the process of buying furniture is as difficult as the process of buying a home.”
Shoe Sorority presents Shoe Of The Day: Saturday, December 18, 2010 posted at Shoe Of The Day, saying, “This site showcases a new hot shoe each and every day. You can vote and leave comments on the shoe of the day. We post are viewer’s results the next day. So are viewers can see what others are saying about the hottest heels.”
Marcia Green presents 25 Tips for Organizing and Storing Holiday Decorations posted at Organizational Management, saying, “After the ham is served and the presents are opened, there comes a time for all of this merriness to come down. Alas, putting away your holiday decorations is nowhere near as fun putting them up, but it doesn’t have to be as disorganized and scattered as it was last year.”