We love a project. If some corner of our house isn’t undergoing a transformation--from a powder-room spruce-up to a gallery wall overhaul--we feel adrift.

Lucky for us, there are countless like-minded design nuts dispensing inspiration and advice all over the Internet. From blogs to virtual decorating services, here are our favorite sources for feeding the obsession.

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For Entertaining Tips...

Seattle-based Cassandra Lavalle is living the blogger dream. She started her design site, Coco + Kelley, in 2007 and has since grown it into a full-time career. Lavalle doles out décor and entertaining tips and works on interior and event design projects all over the country.

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For House Envy...

Have we really been coveting other people’s homes on Apartment Therapy for a decade? It remains one of our life’s greatest goals to have our own place featured among the treasure trove of cool spaces.

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For Affordable Ideas...

Interior designer Kristin Jackson of The Hunted Interior would usually rather find a deal than splurge--and so would we. We love her tutorials on topics like how to create a bargain showstopper like this stacked-log fireplace.

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For a New Muse...

From dreamers to explorers to intellectuals, the women who make it into Darling magazine--a kind of Elle-meets-Architectural Digest-meets-Kinfolk hybrid with digital and online versions--are seriously cool. Indulge your inner yard-sale junkie on the site’s new “Thrifted Genius” column.

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For Celebrity Encounters...

From a house tour with Joy Bryant to the scoop on Jessica Simpson’s recent real estate deals, Lonny magazine mixes in a healthy dose of Hollywood among its DIY tips, entertaining spreads and trend reports.

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