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7 Best Websites for Interior Design Inspiration

April 28, 2022
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If you’re considering building a new home, the design process can be one of the most rewarding — and overwhelming — tasks you’ve ever undertaken. It’s exciting to know that everything you select for your new home will reflect your own personal style, but there are so many finish choices it can be hard to know which ones go perfectly together. 

 

One of the best ways to approach the new home design process is to browse websites and save the pictures that inspire you the most. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a few of the top websites that our designers turn to for inspiration. Go ahead and create a new folder on your desktop or Pinterest account, because we’re sure you’ll want to save quite a few of the images you’re about to see…

 

Houzz

With 20 million interior design photos, endless design tips, and even a marketplace, this design destination has everything you need to feel inspired, hire professionals, and buy amazing and stylish products for your home. 

 

Apartment Therapy

It may have started as a resource for renters to refresh their small spaces, but Apartment Therapy has turned into a haven of inspiration for anyone who lives in any sized space. Their home tours will give you fresh and modern ideas for days.

 

Architectural Digest

The interior design in AD is la crème de la crème, and though the typical homeowner probably can’t afford to recreate even one room from their pages (let alone an entire home) this site offers a deep well of inspiration to draw from.

 

Decor8

Loaded with simple, modern, and earthy design inspiration, Decor8 helps its readers to find their style and create happier, more beautiful homes. Browsing the large, gorgeous images on the blog is a Zen-like experience. 

 

Studio McGee

As one of social media’s first design influencers, Shea McGee is something of a modern design legend. On her website, you’ll find tons of ideas to achieve her fresh and airy, modern farmhouse aesthetic. (You’ll probably also get lost in her Lifestyle articles, updates on The Studio, and of course, her Netflix show, “Dream Home Makeover.”)

 

Magnolia

Having risen to fame on HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” series, Joanna Gaines has built an incredible empire devoted to all things home and lifestyle. The Magnolia network now consists of products, original shows, brick-and-mortar stores, workshops, and more. But you can see her famous country-chic design style on her “Create” blog. 

 

The Sego Homes Design Checklist

Now that you’ve browsed through these gorgeous websites and (hopefully!) saved or pinned your favorite photos, it’s time to take a virtual tour through Sego Homes’ Design Checklist! Here you’ll find beautiful, on-trend options for cabinets, flooring, appliances, light fixtures, paint colors, fireplaces, and more. Take note of your favorites, then make an appointment to see how our designers can put them all together in your perfect home. 

 

From all of us at Sego Homes, happy designing!

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