More Toronto design blogs I love
In January, I shared one of the newest Toronto-based additions to my Google blog reader: KitKa design toronto. Of course, I still check in on them every single day (check out this super cool product to solve the icky dishcloth over the sink dilemma. I'm totally buying one as soon as they get a Canadian distributor), but they're not the only blog on my daily, must-read list.
Of course, being in the media, I follow a lot of websites, blogs and magazines. But, to keep this post at least somewhat short and snappy, here are three more of my favourite Toronto-based bloggers:
Arren Williams, who you've likely seen in the National Post or on CityLine, has a delightful daily blog filled with fab products, projects and photos. He also has been doing some serious home renovations, and is nice enough to share his progress and design inspiration with the blogosphere.
YDF (which means Your Designer Friend), is written by Melissa Davis. She has 13 years experience designing commercial, hospitality, residential and retail interiors, and uses her blog to share resources, inspirations and photos of gorgeous homes. I was recently hooked after reading how she uses Ikea products in projects, sprucing them up with fabulous (and pricier) accessories.
Lisa Canning, who some of you may know from the first season of HGTV's Marriage Under Construction, also maintains a blog sharing finished projects and cool products. While not updated daily (she's getting ready to move and is expecting a baby, so she deserves a break!), it's still definitely worth checking! Yesterday, she featured how to get the look from the interiors in He's Just Not That Into You, even if you're not the type to wait by the phone!
So, that's some of the blogs that I can't start my day without checking. What about you? What blogs can't you do without?
And, if you're looking for further reading on Yourhome today, check out the fabulous custom sinks Vicky Sanderson found, how to stream iPod videos on your TV and learn about the Green Energy Act, which proposes sellers need to do a home energy audit before selling their home or condo.