MUST HAVE | Apps For You Home Décor Inspo

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Thanks to this technically-inclined age, sifting through stacks of design magazines is a thing of the past. The apps in our mini-list have various features to help you make the tough choices to redesign your interior. These décor-focused apps will have you double-tapping and “hearting” all over the place. Before you know it, you’ll have numb thumbs from scrolling and an itch to decorate.

Houzz – From interior design to architecture you’ll fawn over, Houzz has it all. Get ready to lose yourself for hours looking at all of the new trends, functional design layouts, and post after post of pure inspiration. This app can be found in the app store for both Androids and iPhones.

LikeToKnowIt – Coveting your favorite interior designer’s wall art choices? Wondering where your favorite home décor influencer’s couch came from? This app can tell you. It also allows you to track the items you’ve liked and accounts you’ve followed in one place. The app will pull up the places where you can shop to get the looks that pique your interest. You can also save them for later if you’re just window shopping. And oh yes – it has a wish list feature. Love it. This app is free on iOS.

Sherwin Williams ColorSnap Visualizer – As a first-time homebuyer, this app was invaluable for helping make the tough decisions on paint and color schemes. If you see something that inspires you or a color that you fall in love with, snap it and load the image into the app. It’ll find you Sherwin Williams paint choices to match. This app is free on Android and iOS. There’s even a desktop version that will allow you to “paint a scene” to see how the colors will look in your interior before you actually lay paint. Though redoing your interiors can be a little stressful, taking some time to unwind while looking at the beauty in these apps can help ease your mind a bit. They make the tough decision making more enjoyable.

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