7 BLOG THAT INSPIRE US by charlotte miller
Our designs are inspired by the words, images, people, places, experiences all around us. Bloggers in particular play a key role in our work and are a constant source of inspiration. Here are six bloggers we follow for craft ideas, home decor, food, art, design, lifestyle, style and anything in between.
Our favorite mommy blog, Handmade Charlotte, features simple yet sophisticated Do-It-Yourself projects that are fun for both mom and kids alike. As crafters, we believe in sharing with our kids the love of making and creating and Handmade Charlotte provides ample inspiration for both us and the little ones in our lives!
Coco + Kelley
Founder Cassandra LaValle is a constant source of home decor inspiration, whether we are revamping our own homes or getting ready for a product photo shoot. Coco + Kelley’s color infused interiors with a hint of glamour make for the perfect backdrop for our simple, rustic cards with a splash of color.
Living in one of the biggest food hubs in the country, San Francisco, our day to day life is inspired and infused with delicious culinary adventures. Kelsey and Shaun of Happy Yolks serve up beautifully photographed creations that are not only easy to follow but absolutely delicious.
The Jealous Curator
We love how The Jealous Curator writes about art in an approachable and accessible way void of all the “art speak” those of us in the industry get tired of hearing. Her selection of artists working in various mediums around the world are fresh and insightful.
As graphic designers, we look to other graphic designers for inspiration and motivation. Joy Deangdeelert Cho of Oh Joy! writes about design and the a life designed in a fun and fresh way incorporating fashion, food, and every day moments.
Caitlin Flemming of Sacramento Street is a San Francisco blog staple. From home decor to beauty tips to style notes, Sacramento Street features how to live a life in style in San Francisco.
Sonia Evers of Runway Hippie is our favorite fashion blogger because of the way she combines simple and statement pieces together make a curated and bold ensemble.