The life of a designer, amateur, and professional alike, is filled with perils of finding what you are looking for. Of course, everything looks fabulous in your head and on paper, but sometimes it seems impossible to find a decent shop with the exact colors and designs that would make the space you are working on pop. Don’t even get me started on the finances – you’d think some of those products were made of gold!
However, my darlings, there is no need to panic as I have got you covered. Here are a few of the most amazing and affordable shops online to find your new treasures, and I dare to say that some of them are little diamonds in the rough. Here are top 3 websites to help you get by with your décor.
It truly is fab, as well. The website features an unbelievably large selection of decorative objects, accessories, shelves, dinner sets, and really anything your heart might desire. They are also wizards with lighting and technology in general.
They even have some wonderful games for the little ones and the young at heart. If you want to check out their products, customer satisfaction and the like, just turn to social media. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. They are everywhere and they are
Etsy has a great filter that helps you search through the products that you need. You can search for items on sale, within your price range, or even filter through handmade stuff. What makes this one stand out is the fact that it combines art with pop culture, so you can find pretty much anything you, or your client, might need.
Another feature worth mentioning is that you can sell your own products there. So, if you are a creator, or if there are some items left over from a previous project, you can turn them into cash for your future endeavors. Not only will you get rid of the old junk, but you will also get the means to finance your projects. It’s a win-win.
A perfect website for students and those that want to feel like students. Dormify features décor aimed at walls and beds, but there is a ton of other things as well. It is worth checking out since you can become a part of their team, or simply tell your fellow designers what it is you are looking for that tricky project you’ve been working on tirelessly for a while now. You can reach out to them via social media or, if you like doing this type of business the old fashioned way, you can send them an email, or call them on the phone.