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Interior Design Inspiration
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 07:22 PM
DH and I plan to buy land and begin to build later this year. I want to start getting interior design inspiration now so I can incorporate any relevant aspects into the build.
My style is hard to pinpoint, but certainly more colourful and creative than project homes. I've decorated my current home bit by bit over 5 years, as we were renovating I had the luxury of taking time with each room.
The new built home will be a medium sized 4bed+study home on acreage overlooking bush/mountains.
Can anyone recommend websites that I could draw inspiration from?
Posted 02 February 2013 - 07:31 PM
I drool on houzz regularly. I have the iphone app and flick through pictures while breastfeeding.
Pintrest is also good. I find it a little overwhelming sometimes and prefer to follow certain people's board rather than searching a generic item.
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