With summer winding down and fall right around the corner, new changes are bound to happen. While some may take to organizing their closets (in hopes of refreshing it with fall looks) or cleaning up their social media timelines and friend lists, we can all agree that a little sprucing up of one’s personal space can be quite therapeutic. So whether you are channeling your inner Kelly Hoppen or just looking for a change in your apartment or work space, these five apps are sure to cure your designer blues.
1) Back to the Basics: Looking for general ideas? Houzz Interior Design Ideas
This app boosts over 5,000,000 high resolution images to spark some inner home design ideas. Budding designers can browse images by room, location and style and better yet—save them to your own ideabook!
2) Deals a Dozen: Designer on a budget? No problem with the Joss & Main App
This app allows you to search for the best deals on throws, rugs and lamps all while getting styling tips and inspirational ideas.
3) Overboard for Overstock
Looking for that one item that will complete your look but don’t want to empty your bank account? Overstock is the app for you. We’ve all seen the commercials but Overstock is a designer’s dream. Have a need for a random pillow? Looking for a cashmere throw? Look no further than Overstock and you’ll find what you need at a fraction of the price!
4) One of a King with One King’s Lane
If you’re one to get excited over the launch of news sales, then look no further. One Kings Lane offers sales on vintage and designer items. Looking for that one-of-a-kind lighting or gift? One Kings Lane will give you the royal treatment.
5) From Buying to Browsing with Zillow Digs
Do you use Zillow to look up the prices of houses you can’t have? Well Zillow has created an app called Zillow Digs that literally allows you to calculate how much your design plans with cost.
The best part? All of these apps are free to download on Android or Apple., so what are you waiting for? Zap those deals and start painting those walls!
Featured image via One King’s Lane