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    So proud to have @theantiquesdiva Toma Clarke Haines joining us at #blogtourNYC

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      So proud to have @theantiquesdiva Toma Clarke Haines joining us at #blogtourNYC

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    Toma Haines, also known as The Antiques Diva is an American expat living in Europe who has traveled and antique-shopped in over 30 countries and, in her own words, has ‘learned how to live a life without borders’. Toma runs antiques, vintage, home decor and lifestyle shopping tours in five languages and six countries – France, England, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Germany.

    Carmen Natschke is known by many as The Decorating Diva, which is, of course, the name of her on-line luxury home design magazine and lifestyle journal dedicated to the concept of living a stylish and comfortably elegant life at home, as she says, ‘joyfully surrounded by the beautiful things you love’. Carmen blogs about sophisticated, smart, stylish and beautiful decor and shares her decorating and style advice with a substantial and loyal readership who also enjoy posts by contributors on de

    Comrades in Blogging for #BlogTourNYC

    Lisa Goulet of Lisa Goulet Design moved around a lot as a young girl. That’s because her father was in the armed forces. Every time she moved she found herself looking forward to planning and decorating her new room. Her career path progressed through getting and rebuilding her own cottage and building and finishing her family’s new home before becoming a certified interior designer and a member of The Canadian Decorator’s Association. Lisa’s personal style, which involves natural elements and s

    Why hire an interior designer? ...The main reason is simple. And, if you're actually a designer, I bet you already know what that reason is... #interiordesign

    Arne Salvesen, the man behind the Useful Spaces blog, where he shares his views on design, food and whatever else seems important at the time. He tells us that he started designing with Lego at the age 0f 10. He applies the same sense of fun to designing kitchens and bathrooms today. His professional career started in 1994, building and installing the kitchens he would later design.

    Hannah Coleman, blogger, owner of Dreamwall wallcoverings and bubbliest person ever @dreamwallstyle

    Irene Turner of Irene Turner Litle Bits of Beauty has also moved around a lot counting no less than 33 places she has called home. After fifteen years as a trend director and product developer in the international fashion business, she founded her own interior design and renovation firm which she has now been running for 19 years. It was the need to create a feeling of home where ever she found herself that led her to develop the skills which she now shares with her clients. Irene can be found

    Kate Watson-Smyth has been a journalist for more than 20 years, the last ten of them specializing in property, interiors and design. She writes mainly for the Financial Times, often about international style. Prior to that, she spent many years at The Independent, has written for Living Etc and contributes regularly to She set up last year. Follow Kate on Twitter at @katewatsonsmyth

    She'll be lighting up NYC with that smile, @Marilyn_Russell from designmagnifique.... blogger & designer

    Upper West Side studio apartment of Ash Huang Kaposta via Matt Valk Chuah Everygirl

    @david__john from youhavebeenhereso... - a must see blog if you're into great design

    Rosten Furniture {It's Perfectly Natural}

    Rotsen Furniture by Arianna Interiors -- "Truly one of a kind." #blogtourNYC #furniture #design

    Designer, blogger and published author @kitchen_sync Kelly Morrisseau - www.kellyskitchen...

    Just back from Paris and now she's headed to #blogtourNYC - Kate Baxter of @fabricofmylife