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Be inspired

When it comes to home décor there are a number of places you can go for inspiration. Do you make mood boards before you decorate? You should know exactly what you want to do and how you picture your finished project. Colour, material, texture, furnishing, lightening etc. are all key opponents in creating the perfect space.

But where do you go to look doe inspiration?

Pinterest

Yes, the ultimate moodboard. Pinterest.com launched March 2010, this site has exploded for DIY enthusiasts worldwide. You can find anything from cleaning solutions, to recipes, to fashion and beauty. All you need to do is type in what you are searching for and you are bound to be faced with numerous options.

This is a great resource for décor inspiration, as well as DIY décor, renovation tips and much more. Looking for something to make with your children? It’ll be here. Looking for how to decorate in purple? It’ll be here. Looking for a DIY shelf idea? It’ll be here. Take some time and explore.

DesignSponge.com

If you haven’t ever come across Designsponge.com then check it out. Launched in 2004, this blog updates six to eight times a day. Run by Brooklyn-based writer, Grace Bonney it was declared a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” by the New York Times

There’s DIY, entertaining, products, before and afters, spaces, places and much more. Pour yourself a glass of wine, sit back, open your laptop and enjoy some time navigating this blog.

Magazine websites

What are your favourite homes magazine? Now, see if they have a website. A lot of magazines will update their online content regularly, so click back to see if there is anything new. Here are a few sites:

http://ourhomesmagazine.com/

http://houseandhome.com/

http://www.styleathome.com/

http://www.housebeautiful.com/

Webzines

Look at the site you are looking on right now! MyReno411.ca updates content four times daily so we have lots of inspiration and ideas for you.

By Sarah Hoy

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