March 30, 2017
There are so many reasons to love living in the digital age. Easy access to home decor resources is high on our list! Start ups provide access to interior decorators at the swipe of a finger, indie designers have free platforms with social media, and home decor blogs offer inspiration and tips. Here are some resources you should definitely bookmark.
You've definitely heard of Pinterest but if you don't already have an account, get one set up ASAP. You can save all your ideas and inspiration here and keep separate boards for the different rooms you're working on.
Like Pinterest, without all the recipes and DIY hacks, Houzz is a great platform for saving your design inspiration. Even better, Houzz helps you find local professionals who can execute your project once you've made all the decisions.
Laurel and Wolf is an interior design service that connects you with top designers for an affordable flat fee. You can choose from three designers who suggest concepts for your space and work with them entirely online. They even order all your new furniture for you!
This iOS app developed by the real estate listing company has tons of amazing tools. Aside from being able to discover new ideas, Zillow Digs will help you estimate project cost based on location, virtually paint your walls, and engage with home professionals for help.
Homepolish links you with an interior designer either for a single day session, or long term project depending on your needs. If you're working with the designer for an ongoing project, they'll put together a custom proposal and get you discounts on the items you're adding to your home.
Homestyler uses 3D technology so you can visualize new designs and renovations. It comes loaded with thousands of pieces of furniture that you can render in your space. You can even print 2D floor plans with the click of a button!
Stay tuned for our favorite blogs to follow and check out our list of the most popular interior designers on Instagram for more inspiration.
January 15, 2021
Now that we're living in the 20's, you're probably feeling the need to spruce up your living room in a way that feels updated but still feels like home. We've come up with 15 ways, some simple and some adventurous, to refresh your living room without having to take out a loan.
December 14, 2020
December 14, 2020