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If inspiration is what you are looking for to transform your space (meaning your apartment), but like me you are not a full blown interior designer, then look no further than into the arms of the array of blogs and websites that are found online.
Obviously, the internet offers an array of sources that will give you ideas that are both practical, budget friendly, but [most importantly] will give you the home you will want to walk into after a hard day of work or stay-in on Sundays.
Here are the top 5 go-to websites when I am in need of some inspiration of my own:
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HomegoodsBlog: Big stores like Homegoods or Home Depot, have excellent blogs with lots of information that can make you a promising interior designer or home improvement professional.
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Houzz: Take inspiration to the next level, on all levels, with this website that offers a vast amount of home improvement/decorating/updates. When Paul and I are idly watching something on TV or on YouTube or on our way to fishing trips to Montauk, I am definitely on my Houzz App. It answer questions like "What Goes With Dark Wood Floors?" Gives you lots of ideas in the process and you may learn new tricks from professional interior designers and regular people who just have a thing for interior design.
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Ikea: This was my original inspiration source back when I only had a bedroom to decorate. A lot has changed, but never my idea that Ikea knows best. It’s, also, super affordable, super cute, super practical, I love putting the furniture together. Everyone knows that I simply love Ikea.
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Pinterest: Perfect source that leads to a vast amount of other blogs and interior designers that you can’t afford but can definitely copy.
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Joss& Main’s Plume Magazine: The Joss & Main store is a perfect addition to your shop around (if you are looking for furniture or accent pieces for your home) list, but the knockout is their Plume Magazine.
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