10 Best Home Decor Sites to Bookmark Now

In case you’re wondering how I’ve been spending my free time lately, I will tell you. The husband and I {finally} decided to redecorate our place. I say “finally” because for the past, oh, I don’t know, forever, we’ve been renting a fully furnished place, and believe me, the idea sounds much nicer than it really is.

But I digress.

Needless to say, {but clearly I’m going to say it anyway} prepare for an influx of interior decor articles as I take on this exciting {and scary} challenge. 

Redecorating, remodeling, redesigning, rearranging – whatever you call this beast, it can get overwhelming, much more so if you work full-time, if you’re a perfectionist, or if you’re on a budget. {And if you get super lucky, then you’re all three, like me.} The great big world of inter webs {otherwise known as the Internet} only complicates the situation with its thousands, if not millions – maybe billions, of seemingly useful websites. As a result, something that should take a maximum of one hour {i.e. choosing a coffee table} now requires a year.

Being the nice person that I am, I’ve compiled a list of 10 best home decor sites to help you and me both to get started. Let me know in the comments below if I missed any of your favorites.

HOUZZ – Never mind the fact that this site offers the largest collection of interior design and decorating ideas on the Internet. The reason I personally spend hour after hour, day after day perusing Houzz articles is because – get this – they’re actually helpful! They offer practical advice on everything from decorating awkward spaces {our entryway} to enjoying the simple pleasures in life {an idea we here at FOXY OXIE SUPERNOVA live and breathe every day}.
APARTMENT THERAPY – If you’re looking to make your home more beautiful, organized and healthy, this resource is for you. The creators of Apartment Therapy believe that simplicity and luxury are not mutually exclusive, and that styling your home doesn’t require large amounts of money or space – it requires inspiration, connection to resources and motivation to do something about it. Find all that and more at Apartment Therapy.
IKEA HACKERS – Calling all DIY-ers! If you’re as obsessed with putting a personal touch on everything as I am, you will love this site, which features professional and reader-submitted step-by-step tutorials and ideas on modifying, repurposing and embellishing IKEA products. 
IKEA – This one’s on the list for obvious reasons. Nowhere else will you find a pair of lace curtains for under $4 and a coffee table for under $20. Seriously, when we first got married, we decorated our entire living room with less than $800
WAYFAIR – Looking to shop for everything, all at once, at an affordable price? Try Wayfair for the largest assortment of brands and products. Also, the free shipping option is quite a bonus.
PINTEREST – Need I say more? Whether you’re looking for inspiration, design solutions or the perfect gold coffee table, Pinterest has all that and more. But proceed with caution. The tendency to wander aimlessly is very, very strong.  
HGTV – Considering my obsession with House Hunters, Property Brothers and Love It or List It, HGTV is an obvious source of inspiration to add to the list. 
TARGET HOME  – On-trend and super affordable? Sign me up! Target is the perfect go-to when shopping for home decor accessories, like these gold elephant bookends or this set of gold sea urchin wall decor or this gold starburst mirror? {Can you tell I’m obsessed with gold?}
URBAN OUTFITTERS – Wondering where that edgy gold side table came from in that photo you saw on Pinterest? Try Urban Outfitters. You’d be surprised at the fun {and surprisingly affordable} home goodies you’ll find! {For the record, similar side tables run anywhere from $300 to over $1,000 on other sites.}
HOMEGOODS – Want to style your home without the designer price tag? Yes, yes, of course you do. The selection at HomeGoods is ever-changing; you never know what sort of treasure you’ll find! And that, of course, is part of the fun. Although you can only purchase the items in-store, the site offers tons of helpful articles on what to do with the said items. It’s no wonder why this resource is a favorite of every maxxinista.  

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  6. Hey girl! So, I took a blogging break for a little while and somehow missed your sweet comment on my “about” page on my blog about being from Chattanooga & planning a local blogger brunch. You wrote that wayyyy back in October and I’m just now seeing it since I had taken a blogging break which makes me SO sad that I missed the local blogger brunch. If you happen to be planning anything like this again anytime soon please let me know! I would LOVE to come. Also, your blog is simply FABULOUS! So so so excited to read more!!!

    XOXO
    Ashley
    ashleyspassionforfashion.blogspot.com

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