With the holidays upon us, you’ll likely find yourself with some downtime in the coming weeks. Whether you’re on a long flight or holed up in your childhood bedroom staring at posters of Jonathan Taylor Thomas, you could probably use some design inspiration to keep you occupied.
To help you through your holiday travel & keep you engaged when you need a break from the family, we’ve rounded up our favorite places to go for design inspiration.
1. Rue Magazine
Rue Magazine brings us all the joy and thrill we experience when flipping the pages of a print magazine, with the convenience of online access (i.e. easy shopping!). What more could we ask for?
2. Becki Owens
From creative how-to’s to sale alerts, Becki Owens always knows how to catch our attention! Her simple style is elegant with just the right amount of boho.
MyDomaine never fails us when it comes to showcasing the latest designs, trends and shops in one curated location. We definitely get lost in the rabbit hole here!
This Instagram account from the Founder of DwellStudio is full of your daily dose of design inspiration. If staring at pretty rooms is your thing, follow this account.
Hot off the press, the new Domino book builds on their widely popular first hardback. We can always count on them as a trusted source for design guidance.
6. Elle Decor
Nothing quite beats the tactile experience of flipping the pages of the latest edition of Elle Decor. This reputable publication will always be one of our go-to’s.
Erin Gates’ classic yet approachable style is on full display on her personal blog. From gift guides to top decor recommendations, Elements of Style has something for every design lover.
This design and lifestyle blog is filled with cozy, California-modern inspiration. We love the minimal, clean feel of the content after an indulgent holiday season.
Kristin Jackson of Hunted Interiors features DIYs, tips and home makeovers through her Instagram account and blog of the same name.
10. House Beautiful
House Beautiful rivals Elle Decor as our favorite print magazine. It never fails to surprise us with completely one-of-a-kind design features.