Interiors are not just limited to looking for fabrics and selecting paint colours, it goes beyond that and plays an important role in bringing someone’s design vision to fruition. It introduces people to different techniques to bring beauty, symmetry and contemporary hues into interior design.
Interior designers help enhance the functionality and beauty of a space and look at it from different perspectives giving special attention to details. A million interior design blogs that inspire and awe people with their design ideas and only 50 spots up for grabs. It was an ambitious task, but we have managed to short-list 50 top interior design blogs that left us spellbound. These design enthusiasts have that Midas touch when it comes to transforming a space since they are always keeping a tab on latest décor trends, design trends, flooring trends and more. This is an exclusive list of the top interior design blogs that display work that is not only exquisite but also inspiring.
Jill Fehrenbacher, is the founder and editor-in-chief of the future-forward blog Inhabitat. Started in the Spring of 2005, this was her place to inspire people to opt for more sustainable designs for a sustainable future. From cataloguing high-tech and environmentally conscious design to bringing important environmental issues to the forefront, Inhabitat is inspiring in all ways. Sustainable design in the near future is an achievable dream and this blog is a must read for people who are pro-sustainability. We look forward to every post and are glad to feature them in our Top 50 list.
Take a Peek: http://inhabitat.com/jaime
Derringer, the founder and executive editor of the Design Milk, is taking the design world by storm with her brilliant design posts. The creative team at Design Milk consists of a creative bunch of art and design enthusiasts who will satiate your thirst for beauty and design. Feast your eyes on design finds from around the world and let your imagination run wild with what’s trending in art, architecture, interior design, furniture and décor, fashion and technology. Looking for your next design inspiration, spend some time browsing through their blogs, and let loose your creative side.
Take a Peek: http://design-milk.com/
Apartment Therapy was launched in 2004 by Maxwell Ryan and Oliver Ryan. Maxwell Ryan was known as the “apartment therapist,” and had the knack to make spaces beautiful, organised and healthy. From beautiful DIYs to scrumptious recipes, Apartment Therapy is a mixed pot of colours, designs, innovative and creative ideas and heart warming stories. Each contributor for this blog has a personal style and vision that offers a ton of inspiration to the readers. This blog is a sure winner amongst the horde of blogs online.
Take a Peek: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/
Alex Ion’s obsession with fancy interiors and contemporary designs led to the growth of Decoist. Started in early 2009, this web magazine brings you the daily dose of interior design, furniture and architecture. From tips on using interior design elements to uplift the look of a room to fun DIY projects, Decoist offers a little bit of everything for varying tastes. Alex is gaga about architectural wonders and has an eye for contemporary and modern interiors. The Decoist can be your source for wonderful ideas the next time you work on your interiors.
Take a Peek: http://www.decoist.com
Cupcakes and Cashmere
Started as a platform to share and document everything that she loved, this blog was started by Emily Schuman back in 2008. It was started for fun by writing restaurant reviews about the food, decor and the vibe. But she wanted to create an online destination that combined all her favourite things, fashion, food, interior décor and beauty and that is exactly what the blog is all about. She couldn’t find all these options at one place, so he decided to start a creative and visually beautiful blog that uplifts all senses. It’s a dedicated and a proactive blog and has tons of ideas that are out of the box. This one definitely deserves a spot in our Top 50.
Take a Peek: http://cupcakesandcashmere.com/
IKEA is the budget shopper’s haven but also a nightmare for people who are not good at assembling these affordable furniture and décor items. IKEA Hackers is a blog started with the aim to modify and repurpose IKEA products. Started back in 2006 by Jules the blog is a mix of her favourite things -her favourite store, hacking IKEA, writing, eating healthy, DIY tricks, bargain hunting, reading, travelling the globe and more. If you need a good home improvement blog that will inspire you to build and decorate your home or office from scratch, then IKEA Hackers are just right for you.
Take a Peek: http://www.ikeahackers.net/
We love how passionate Jessica Colaluca is about colours and shares her own personal perspective when explaining different hues. Her work is based on the fact that colours possess the ability to uplift the mood of any individual. Her blog is a definite entry in our Top 50 list because of its simplicity and focus on how using the right colours can enhance the interiors. She shares her astounding knowledge about colour in her blog and it’s worth a read.
Take a Peek: http://design-seeds.com/
Design Sponge is a design blog that was started in 2004 by the talented Grace Bonney. With millions of readers logging on to check out every creative post on the website, this pick was a no-brainer. The plethora of colours and high-end design inspirations will appeal to your creative eye. From delectable recipes to DIY magnificence, this blog has a burst of creativity and design for every taste.
Take a Peek: http://www.designsponge.com/
Contemporist beautifully portrays contemporary culture and designs while focussing on art, travel and architecture. It is a daily source of information for people who want to discover new products and projects that will satisfy a person who is all about clean cuts and crisp designs. From quirky furniture to featuring creative soul and their brilliant designs, Contemporist is your daily dose of fabulous art and mind-boggling architecture and interiors.
Take a Peek: http://www.contemporist.com/
Young Love House
John and Sherry are a dynamic duo with a large fan-following, have witnessed every turnaround in their life. From remodelling 3 homes to creating their own creative design products, Young House Love is a real roller-coaster ride. Their love for DIY and skill to transform a barren space into a true artistic masterpiece got them a spot in our Top 50. From writing two books to bringing up two lovely angels, this couple does everything with flair.
Take a Peek: http://www.younghouselove.com/
It was a small interior design studio in Boston launched in 2004 by Holly Becker, while still in design school. She is now considered as one of the pioneers in the interior design blogging world. Along with her creative team of experts, she creates inspiring designs and dabbles at everything from interiors, book reviews, recipes and more. The blogs offer a little bit of everything and are a real treat to one’s eyes. Decor8 was an obvious choice for this coveted list of design geniuses.
Take a Peek: http://decor8blog.com/
With retro and vintage designs making a comeback, get inspired by the many design tips and titbits that Pam Kueber and her assistant Kate have to offer. Wondering how to remodel your mid-century homes without really loosing its vintage charm? These girls will show you how it’s done. Makeovers are quite common, but Retro Renovation will give ideas to refurbish the old-world charm while still sustaining your modern taste. This dynamic team’s dynamic love for all things retro got them a spot in our Top 50 list.
Take a Peek: http://retrorenovation.com/
Coco is the perfect example of the modern-day women. A multitasker, she juggles her passion and work with poise. Coco began blogging in 2008 on COCOCOZY, her interior design blog and found celebrities like Katy Perry and Jonathan Adler admiring her work. Her interest in making a space beautiful and neat, compelled us to honour this talented beauty. The aim was simple: provide design and style inspiration with a personal and sometimes humorous approach. Feast your eyes on the amazingly beautiful pictures on her website and get ready to be lost in the beautiful world of Coco.
Take a Peek: http://cococozy.com/
A Beautiful Mess
A creative dream started by two sisters and lifestyle bloggers Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman. These two passionate souls work in tandem with their creative team to bring us a beautiful mess we can’t get enough of. They balance and challenge each other to bring out the best ideas. Designing is their greatest passion and the blog has a mix of colours, posts, and a wide variety of creative and inspirational designs. They say that one is a loner but two is a team, and this team of two has some really good taste that landed them on our list.
Take a Peek: http://www.abeautifulmess.com/
If the thought of draping your house in Bohemian style excites you, then this blog is a must read. Victoria, the main voice behind the blog, brings freshness in each post and is a design junkie, photo stylist and a bonafide flea market queen. Her experimentation with new interior design elements is quite inspiring and her supporters include famous personalities like Oprah Winfrey to Martha Stewart. This was an easy pick for us.
Take a Peek: http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/
Desire to Inspire
Kim and Jo created this blog together to inspire the world with their love and passion for design. But what’s striking about this special pick is that the duo have never met each other and live in different countries. They met on Flickr, shared images and their deep love for design, and Desire to Inspire was born. The combined forces of a Canadian design fan and an Australian ex- interior designer makes for a great team and their work is undoubtedly marvellous. They started in 2007 and have only grown ever since. The owners give the blog the best of both worlds with their individual style and taste.
Take a Peek: http://www.desiretoinspire.net/
Kate Riley is a decorator, writer and a home improvement expert. Think budget-friendly décor ideas, think Kate. She is always in the pursuit of luxury on a budget. She shares her ideas, adventures and her extraordinary DIY interior design experiments on her blog. She started in 2009 and hasn’t stopped her love affair with art and creativity ever since. Her designs are perfect for the budget-concious but fashionable design lovers.
Take a Peek: http://www.centsationalgirl.com/
Style by Emily Henderson
Emily Henderson is a stylist, author and T.V. host with a strong commitment to create vintage inspired approachable home. She believes that perfection is boring and has a very individualistic style. She believes a room is soulless without something that is vintage or antique. The blog is a fantabulous mix of eclectic styles and vintage allure for every budget. According to her, if a furniture piece is not vintage, functional and sentimental, then it hasn’t reached its true potential. Style by Emily Henderson brings chic styles and design to the masses.
Take a Peek: http://stylebyemilyhenderson.com/
The blog’s founder Will Taylor’s love for hues and all things bright is visible in every blog and picture. Taylor works as a freelance author, creative consultant and lifestyle blogger. He takes us on a journey of design, fashion and travel, engaging an army of colour lovers across the world with his quintessential style. His approach to colour has drawn thousands of admirers from around the world. This one was an easy and unanimous pick!
Take a Peek: http://www.brightbazaarblog.com/
BODIE and FOU
Started in 2007 by Karine Candice Köng, this is one of the best interior design blogs on the internet. Written in both French and English, this blog aims to create inspiring designs. But there’s one catch- white is Karine’s magic pick when it comes to choosing colours. The blog is the ideal choice when you are trying to work with white in your interiors. The blog is about how to keep things simple yet elegant, it’s about passionately designed interiors, food, fashion and more. She beautifully brings out the vibrancy in the colour white and comes up with crisp, clean and luxe spaces.
Take a Peek: http://karinecandicekong.com/
After 17 years as an art director in New York City, Stacey Bewkes moved to Connecticut where she translated her love for design into her blog Quintessence. The blog embodies her belief that life is better with art, architecture, interiors and design. Quintessence has become a trusted source for well-researched, original content in the online world. We are glad we stumbled across this blog. Drop in and join Stacey on her many adventures.
Take a Peek: http://quintessenceblog.com/
The Style Files
Danielle de Lange writes about design and lifestyle and offers her take on everything she believes in and admires. Distinct designs, crisp details and natural materials are some of the elements that define her style and taste. She believes in creating spaces that are warm and inviting and will offer a feeling of comfort, the moment you step into a room. The design should reflect your taste, personality and lifestyle. A dash of art mixed with sentimental personal treasures, and you have the recipe for a beautifully decorated and pleasant home. Her style is classy and that’s showcased in her work and blog.
Take a Peek: http://style-files.com/
Erin Hiemstra ventured into the world of blogging back in 2007, armed with a passion for interior design and décor. It all started with the renovation of her personal condo, and even her blog is named after this adventure. The blog represents her diversified interests, creativity and will. Satiate your need for a healthy dose of fashion, décor, beauty, food and more. She put all her energy into developing her venture and it has turned out to be an opportunity of a lifetime. The blog has only blossomed over time and has made an appearance in our top 50 list.
Take a Peek: http://apartment34.com/
A graphic designer and blogger from Cape Town, Diana Moss pours her passion for design into her blog Miss Moss. She started the blog back in 2006 to share her immense love for visual pleasures and treasures. From fashion, design, art to photography, he dabbles in multiple fields and adds her personal spin to each and every endeavour. Started as a hobby, blogging about her passion became a full-time career for her. Her blog is a true reflection of her taste. We get a glimpse of her fondness for all things vintage and her unique style and taste. A truly deserving candidate for our Top 50 award list.
Take a Peek: http://www.missmoss.co.za/
Justina Blakeney loves the bohemian style and encourages people to embrace their culture and draw inspiration from nature. Her blog is an outlet where she lets her “Justinaness” bursts out in full measure displaying a myriad of hues, vibrant designs and earthy and homey spaces. Her blog shares inspirational ideas, patterns and beautiful designs for beautiful bohemian souls. With millions of followers on every social media platform, Justina is spreading her vibrancy, one post at a time.
Take a Peek: http://www.thejungalow.com/
La Dolce Vita
Paloma Contreras joined the blogging community back in 2007 when creative minds from around the world were testing the blogging waters. An award winning decorator, tastemaker and design expert, Paloma’s taste is an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional styles. A burst of colour, a touch of glamour and classic designs come together to create this beautiful blog. Her blog has an opulent touch to it and we can’t get enough of it.
Take a Peek: http://www.ladolcevitablog.com/
Little Green Notebook
Jenny Komenda the blog owner, is a brilliant interior designer who has been inspiring people with her ideas since 2007. She and her team of designers have worked with several clients to transform residential and commercial spaces into design masterpieces. In her latest blog, she shares her personal experience of decorating her home with simple interior designing elements like textiles of vibrant colours, carefully woven mats and placement of beautiful rugs on painted concrete. The blog managed a spot in our exclusive Top 50 list because it teaches people how to bring elegance to their home with inexpensive elements that won’t break the bank.
Take a Peek: http://littlegreennotebook.com
Belle Maison means beautiful home in French and Julie Thigpen’s keen eye and talent will offer you exactly that. Founded in 2008 as an outlet for Julie’s passion for design and beautiful elements. The blog highlights high-end design for high-end residential spaces and brings forth beautiful décor ideas. She displays her immense talent by designing and merchandising model homes for new home builders. She owes a lot of her creative flair to growing up in California. She is an expert in designing spaces that exude comfort and sophistication, a space that’s both functional and elegant.
Take a Peek: http://www.bellemaison23.com/
This blog is real special, since it belongs to a special bunch of ladies who offer brilliant tips and advice on interior design and break down latest trends in the industry. With a sprinkling of pop culture to uplift the whole theme of the blog, material girls Emily Johnston Larkin, Lauren Haskett, Julia Buckingham, Jill Seidner, Rebecca Soskin and Nathan Hejl serve up local design info in five different cities: Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles and New York. To stay attuned with the changing trends in interior fashion, check out Material Girls. They won’t disappoint you.
Take a Peek: http://materialgirlsblog.com/
The Hunted Interior
Founded in 2011 by Kristin Jackson, The Hunted Interior was created to inspire and encourage readers to create their own style and accomplish their idea of a beautiful interior in a pocket-friendly budget. Kristin definitely knows the importance of having a beautiful space and making every penny count as well, which makes her blog a proud feature of the Top 50. From mixing patterns, tips to incorporate the trending colour in your space, changing up the look of the space to keep with the changing seasons, to the easiest way of making a bed and organising your spice rack, to effortless DIY tips and setting a holiday table, this blog delves into all these and more.
Take a Peek: http://www.huntedinterior.com/
Kirsten Grove first realised her love for interior designing at a young age of 9 when she went all out to create her rainbow, polka dot, and stripes haven. Today Kirsten uses Simply Grove to display her design prowess and uncover amazing design ideas and work from around the world. Kirsten has styled and designed for clients all over the globe and offers innovative solutions like e-decorating, home styling, new construction design, commercial designing and more. The mesmerising pictures only made it easier for us to declare Simply Grove as one of the top interior design blogs out there.
Take a Peek: http://www.simplygrove.com/
Reading My Tea Leaves
The writer and photographer behind Reading My Tea Leaves, Erin Boyle, believes that life is not always simple but your curtains can be. A believer of beauty lies in simplicity, her ideas that form the blog are full of hand-picked designs that are all stylish and yet beautifully modest. The blog reflects the idea that living small is accessible to all of us and is beneficial too, and how beauty can be added in the smallest possible ways. The beautiful and simple ideas in the blog will change your perception of the way you have been looking at interiors till date. It’s no wonder this blog makes it to our exclusive list.
Take a Peek: http://www.readingmytealeaves.com
LARK & LINEN
An interior designer based in Toronto, this blog was a passion project, albeit a secret one till she was hunted down by Style Me Pretty in 2012. She eventually started her own business to continue with her everlasting love affair with design of all forms. An easy win for this list, on her blog she dives into her passion for interior designing by blogging about season essentials in terms of style, must-have home accessories, beautiful architecture, and even some secret yummylicious goodness from her kitchen. Try some of her yummy recipes and artistic décor ideas in your own kitchens and homes.
Take a Peek: http://jacquelynclark.com/
Confessions Of A Design Geek
Established by Katie Treggiden in 2010, this is an award-winning blog and works toward inspiring, discovering and championing new designers. Her love for design and writing, gave birth to this blog. She is on the constant lookout for new innovation and talents in the design world and animatedly blogs about it. Every feature on her blog invokes a desire to drop everything and transform your space into a true design masterpiece. Confessions Of A Design Geek was a clear winner for us.
Take a Peek: http://confessionsofadesigngeek.com/
Cristin Bisbee Priest is the talent and voice behind the Simplified Bee Blog which was launched in 2009. Cristin juxtaposes modern and traditional designs beautifully and believes in creating designs that speak for themselves. She loves mixing styles, layering pattern and incorporating child-friendly products that will stand the test of time. Her organising tips will leave your room impeccable and compel you to get experimental with your space to create astonishing décor. Just looking at some of the pictures of interiors on the website will up your aesthetic taste, giving you innumerable ideas.
Take a Peek: http://www.simplifiedbee.com/
There are a lot of things we tend to overlook in our daily lives. It is only a person who has a keen eye for beauty that can see beauty in the small and big stuff. Jonathan Lo shows how to appreciate the ordinary in an extraordinary way through his blog. Reading his blog will make you appreciate something as mundane as a dish-soap, and also a piece of décor in the living room. If you’re on the hunt for fun, colourful, and innovative items to spruce up your place, or some inspirational read, or maybe even some holiday inspiration, then this blog has got you covered, which finds this blog a happy spot in our list.
Take a Peek: http://www.happymundane.com/
SARAHSARNA.COM was started after Sarah Sarna wanted to dedicate all of her time and energy on her own venture or blog. The blog started as a décor and interior design blog and now it covers amazing lifestyle content that covers everything from fashion and accessories, beauty, travel, food, and more. Her blog is all about living an inspired life. She has collaborated with famous names like Calia by Carrie Underwood, Calvin Klein Home, Fantastik, Glade, HP, INTEL, Neutrogena, Proctor & Gamble, Red Door Spas, Sprint, and Vitamin Water. She is definitely a force to reckon with and a clear winner for us.
Take a Peek: http://www.sarahsarna.com/
Started by Helen Powell, this blog will warm your luxury-craving soul. From interior design, lifestyle products, travel to fashion, Design Hunter covers all this and more. Her motto is buying less but buying good, quality products. The blog started as a beautiful way to put together everything that she loved and creative ideas to improve homes. Her love and passion for interiors is reflected in her work and style.
Take a Peek: http://www.designhunter.co.uk/
The Decorating Diva
Carmen Natschke is a speaker, writer, entrepreneur and the founder of the internationally recognised design website ‘The Decorating Diva’. From interviewing design experts to travelling the globe for the love of art, architecture and design, she is a woman of many talents. The blog is a place full of passion for beautiful design from all over the world. The Decorating Diva brings out all her talents under one roof.
Take a Peek: http://thedecoratingdiva.com/
Sophie Robinson, the creative mind behind the blog, has been lucky enough to eat-sleep-breath all things interior design for more than two decades now. Sophie is head-over-heels about colour and her blog embodies her love. She believes that life should not be black and white and adores her reds, yellows and pinks. Her work is glamorous and so is the blog. She will show you how not to be intimidated by colours and to embrace every colour in the rainbow. Her aim is to inspire confidence in people, to create vibrant, fascinating and original home that reflects their personality and interests.
Take a Peek: http://www.sophierobinson.co.uk/
Pippa Jameson Interiors
Pippa Jameson is multi-talented individual and a talented interior design expert. From being a TV personality to designing spaces that are Instagram ready, her content is a real treat to the senses. The blog highlights the latest interior trends and styling tips for interiors. Every drool-worthy picture on her portal will leave you yearning for the amazing interiors and designs on display.
Take a Peek: http://www.pippajamesoninteriors.co.uk
Love Chic Living
Started by Jen Stanbrook, an interiors writer, blogger and presenter, who has an unquenchable thirst for all things design and home accessories. She has been designing and visualising beautiful spaces since years and does a fabulous job at it. The many awards and accolades are testimony to her immense talent and passion for design. She takes equal pleasure in researching a scheme for a room and decorating it. Looking for exquisite interior décor ideas? Well, make a pit-stop at Love Chic Living, and get ready to be bombarded with beautiful designs and mesmerising pictures that will give you a glimpse of Jen’s colourful world.
Take a Peek: http://lovechicliving.co.uk/
If you’re looking for tips on renovating, or looking for some inspiration for cooking, art, gardening, or even a little insight into life in New England, then this blog, an easy choice for our Top 50, will get you up to speed on all that and more. This blog is about being realistic with decorating a space and about how much money can one shell out. If you are stuck in a creative rut with limited budget, this blog is the solution you’ve been looking for. Posting her blogs about three times a week, she arms her readers with some unique decorating inspirations.
Take a Peek: http://www.katyelliott.com/
The Beat That My Heart Skipped
Having worked as a journalist reporting on every new collection and also having worked as a trend forecaster, Rohini Wahi launched The Beat That My Heart Skipped, in keeping with her love for design and lifestyle trends. If you are looking for some period drama when it comes to interior decorating, or looking for beautifully patterned homeware, or poetic garments with creative details, then this blog is meant for you.
Apart from her obvious love for everything styling and designing, she also focuses on home inspirations that include key picks at trade shows to styled weekend soirées, as well as giving the readers a joyful journey through her work and home life, making her an obvious pick for this list.
Take a Peek: http://thebeatthatmyheartskipped.co.uk/
In a world where people are hopping on the minimalist bandwagon, Kimberly Duran is a proud, self-proclaimed maximalist who is bonkers about interiors. She strongly believes that everyone has the right to a beautiful home, no matter what the budget. Kimberly inspires people to get creative with their space without going crazy with the budget. Started back in 2010 to catalogue the design and décor of her own home, Swoon Worthy puts out great content that inspires thousands of people to pursue their passion. We are ecstatic to feature her in our Top 50 list!
Take a Peek: http://www.swoonworthy.co.uk/
The owner of the blog Rachel Newcombe has varied interests and displays her expertise in design at Fresh Design. She has been exploring her writing flair since 2000. Well, this blog has bagged a sweet spot in our list not just for her writing skills but also for the unique and beautiful ideas. From tree-shaped bookshelves, sleek kitchenware, to creating comfy and homely spaces that will make you appreciate the beauty of homes and subtle yet exquisite designs. The blog has made it to our list since it offers a perfect glimpse to the future of interior designing.
Take a Peek: http://www.freshdesignblog.com/
Mad About The House
Kate Watson-Smyth is a journalist who has been writing about property interiors and beautiful homes for the last 20 years. From writing about court battles to reporting on rare exotic flowers, she has dabbled in every niche. The blog was started as a platform for all the beautiful things and the creators that couldn’t fit in her daily news articles. It is also a way of helping people decorate their homes better in an interesting yet inviting manner. Her décor tips will seriously give you motivation to get started on your own design project.
Take a Peek: http://www.madaboutthehouse.com/
The Design Sheppard
Stacey Sheppard is a freelance blogger and an interior design enthusiast who inevitably caught the design bug and now can’t stop gushing about all things interior design. She started this blog to cover every beautiful design that caught her eye and talk about new styles and innovations in the world of design. Her friend and partner Ruth Adams, joined her in this journey to discover surreal and enchanting design idea and bringing their passion alive, one blog at a time. Join these lovely ladies on their expedition and get impressive insight on interior designing.
Take a Peek: http://www.thedesignsheppard.com/
Glamorous lives and stylish designs is what this blog is about. Heather Clawson grew up visiting museums, playing with Barbie’s Dream House and zooming into the fashion world with élan. Her creations look like every Interior Photographer’s dream. With crisp designs and soothing colours that weave a story, Habitually Chic is all things chic and fantastic. One look at the mesmerising details and we knew she was the right pick.
Take a Peek: http://habituallychic.luxury/
Carole King started this blog to share beautiful designs that caught her fancy. From gorgeous houses, beautiful websites and products, everything and anything alluring was ideal for an appearance on her blog. An interior designer, writer and a style-hungry designer, she shares her inspiration and her latest designs, ideas and everything she has on her mind with her avid readers. Admire her hand-picked beautiful and creative designs and get inspired by her lovely ideas at Dear Designer.
Take a Peek: http://deardesigner.co.uk/
The winners are not ranked in any particular order, since we believe that each one of our chosen winners are impressive and extraordinary in their own way. That is why we are truly honoured to present this award to the Top 50 Interior design blogs that inspire us to design our own space and create aesthetic wonders.
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