Quick Read: Where We Find Design Inspiration Online
Today’s blog post is a quick one and is meant to help fuel your fire when it comes to home décor inspiration. Whether you’re creating vision boards for an upcoming remodel or just enjoy looking at aesthetically pleasing things, you’re sure to find something you like within the links below.
Houzz – it’s like Pinterest, but just for home design! If you haven’t hit up Houzz yet, be sure to check it out. We browse Houzz frequently when searching for design inspiration for our clients. On top of having a plethora of pretty pictures, they also have a huge database of articles detailing home design advice, perfect for anyone looking for some more concrete guidance.
Architectural Digest – A great magazine with a great website. Check out the link included here for a few drool-worthy before and afters sure to get the creative juices flowing.
Ahalife – This online boutique curates unique, handmade, and just downright cool goods. They have a variety of categories ranging from athleisure to adaptogens, but we’re partial to the home goods. Sometimes, finding the right piece of art/furniture and building a room around it can bring forth creative and unique ideas.
D Home – From articles listing open houses to hit this weekend to calls for entries for the Most Beautiful Homes in Dallas competition, this is a jackpot for all things Dallas-centric design.
Bonus: Nishikawa Architects – because sometimes you just want to pretend you live on Maui in one of these beautiful, beautiful homes. (This website is great for daydreaming at your desk on Friday afternoons – don’t tell my boss!)
Double Bonus: check out The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes on Netflix. Such a cool show!