Houzz (house with Z) is a platform for homeowners and home design professionals to connect. Users can shop for furniture and accessories, save ideas they love, and connect with local contractors all in the same spot.
We enjoy Houzz as a platform for inspiration and finding new products. We also recommend it to our clients as a tool for them to use to capture their design goals. View our Houzz profile here.
Started in 1999 as the world’s first digital architectural and design magazine, Design Boom showcases unique and innovative designs that are ahead of its time, rather than currently trending. We like it because it prompts creativity and originality.
The Times call this magazine one of the “50 Top Websites You Can’t Live Without” and we agree. Its mission is to enlighten its audience with accurate and interesting selections of the best architecture and interior design projects.
What’s particularly unique about Dezeen is the opinion page which integrates architecture and design into solutions aimed at poignant issues like environmental and socioeconomic needs.
A popular publication for home design, Elle Decor is a contemporary style guide for all things design, art, culture, and travel. A lot of our residential clients use it as a reference. You can read their articles online, or take the magazine with you to the beach, doctor’s office, airplane, wherever.
“For your daily dose of vitamin D (that’s D for Design!).” Design Milk offers straight-forward insight into modern design, architecture, home decor and furnishings, art, and technology. They post weekly designer interviews and curate original design content from a wide-range of creators. Their blogs are image heavy, so be prepared for some serious design-envy (of course we can help you out with that!).
If you’re a dog lover try their sister site Dog Milk, a website dedicated to modern dog design.