Blog Design Showcase: 25 Outstanding Blog Designs

If you’re working on a blog design for yourself or for a client it can be helpful to observe well-designed blogs to get some inspiration. In this post we’ll feature 25 beautifully-designed blogs. The showcase includes blogs of all different styles.

Soh Tanaka

Soh Tanaka

Attack from Planet B

Attack from Planet B

204 Beech Ave

204 Beech Ave

Converse Blog

Converse Blog

decor8

decor8

Comfort Brothers

Comfort Brothers

David Sutoyo

David Sutoyo

Shaken & Stirred

Shaken & Stirred

Design Informer

Design Informer

Chilli Blog

Chilli Blog

We Heart

We Heart

Kilian Muster

Kilian Muster

WeGraphics

WeGraphics

Janko at Warp Speed

Janko at Warp Speed

The Crazy Love Campaign

The Crazy Love Campaign

Stamping for the Stars

Stamping for the Stars

PV.M Garage

PV.M Garage

The Wayward Irregular

The Wayward Irregular

All City Blog

All City Blog

Internet Gentleman

Internet Gentleman

Serious Eats

Serious Eats

Tripping Words

Tripping Words

Cut & Taste

Cut & Taste

Design, Development & the Pursuit of Happiness

Design, Development & the Pursuit of Happiness

Ecosimply

Ecosimply

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Steven Snell

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24 thoughts on “Blog Design Showcase: 25 Outstanding Blog Designs”

  1. I love this showcase! Design Informer is one of my favorite blog designs of all time. The “ruler” separating the content from the sidebar is an awesome detail.

  2. A well curated list of beautifully designed blogs. Did you leave out Jason Santa Maria’s blog because it is the individual articles, rather than the whole blog, which are beautifully designed?

  3. The blog designs above all work really well and are clearly aimed at different audiences and this is reflected in the style and layout, although they have all adapted a grid layout with several columns to help prioritise the content on the site.

  4. These are all very beautiful and exquisite blogs! My favorites are the decor8 and David Sutoyo’s blog. Someday when I have the funds, I’ll be able to build my very own blog with everything on top like plug-ins and my own domain.

  5. Most are gorgeous. They are making me jealous. And most are, designwise, not too stereotypical ‘Web 2.0’. Thank God, because that’s a style I don’t really like.

    A site which is really beautiful, in my opinion, although it isn’t a blog: http://www.novaplanet.com (and no, it’s NOT my own site, but to be honest: it’s a big inspiration for me).

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