The Bookmarks of Dwell: 5 More Blogs We Love

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March 7, 2013
This week’s cold weather has us spending more time on the internet than ever. Here are five fresh art and design blogs that make staying inside cozier.

Don't miss our other favorite blogs, or ten Tumblrs every architecture aficionado should follow.

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  H is for Home-The blog counterpart to an online vintage shop specializing in mid-century wares, H is for Home solves everyday problems such as how to find a calendar without baby animals on it, or finding leather beanbags for lounging sans seating.
    H is for Home-The blog counterpart to an online vintage shop specializing in mid-century wares, H is for Home solves everyday problems such as how to find a calendar without baby animals on it, or finding leather beanbags for lounging sans seating.
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  La Tartine Gourmande-The gorgeous food photography from Boston-based Béa has earned thumbs up from everyone to Martha Stewart to the Wall Street Journal (with the Washington Post and the New York times in between).
    La Tartine Gourmande-The gorgeous food photography from Boston-based Béa has earned thumbs up from everyone to Martha Stewart to the Wall Street Journal (with the Washington Post and the New York times in between).
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  The Dieline-One of the rare blogs that shows packaging design without being overly dry, the Dieline covers mainly food, alcohol, and beauty products with a healthy dose of up-and-coming student work.
    The Dieline-One of the rare blogs that shows packaging design without being overly dry, the Dieline covers mainly food, alcohol, and beauty products with a healthy dose of up-and-coming student work.
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  A Daily Dose of Architecture-A no-nonsense pictorial blog updated daily with residential and commercial buildings around the world. Don’t miss the epic architecture booklist from February’s “28 in 28” book series.
    A Daily Dose of Architecture-A no-nonsense pictorial blog updated daily with residential and commercial buildings around the world. Don’t miss the epic architecture booklist from February’s “28 in 28” book series.
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  Anthology-This woman-run magazine and blog is pretty, plain and simple. While those favoring more masculine styles may shy away, the rest of us can indulge in the blog’s array of letterpress art, ceramics, and homes full of flora.
    Anthology-This woman-run magazine and blog is pretty, plain and simple. While those favoring more masculine styles may shy away, the rest of us can indulge in the blog’s array of letterpress art, ceramics, and homes full of flora.

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