The Best Links for Small Space Decor Ideas


Buffet in RoomThere are so many resources out in cyberspace that give excellent advice and that tweak your decorating creativity.

Decorating and organizing a small space doesn’t have to be impossible…you just have to know where to look.

Here are links to a few of my favorite online resources:

In my post How to Personalize a Small Space Rental, I’ve included a video from Apartment Therapy showing two apartments with identical layouts but totally different vibes.  Apartment Therapy is probably my favorite decorating site simply because it encompasses such a wide variety of decorating dilemmas…not just small space decor.

Pinterest and Houzz – 2 Favorites

Another fabulous site for decorating ideas is Pinterest.  Seriously, if you need ideas for holiday decor or bathroom vanities or gardening in a small space, Pinterest is a great place to search.

Even if you don’t need decorating ideas, you’ll find all sorts of hints, tips and solutions for healthy recipes or funny quotes, craft ideas, wall art, home based business ideas…you name it and I’ll bet you’ll find just what you’re looking for.

small yardIf you haven’t already, consider joining Pinterest…you can create your own Boards and save your favorite ideas from other Pinterest friends.

Start by visiting my Pinterest Boards…I’ve got 28 boards and more than a thousand pins!  One of my boards is Small Space Solutions.

The first decorating site I joined was Houzz.  That was before I moved to a townhouse.  But Houzz has thousands of decorating and DIY ideas for homes and gardens both large and small.  It’s a wonderful place to present a design dilemma at the Advice tab.  You’ll get answers or suggestions from other members and a few professionals to help you with your problem.

Finding Perfect Furnishings is Fun!

One Kings Lane is another beautiful resource for every possible home decor ideas that you might be searching for…and now you can search for whatever you need for entertaining, gifting and decorating. So much beautiful art objects like this:

8″ Nautilus w/ Sterling Silver, Brown

from: One Kings Lane

They’ve got furniture and decor for every room in your home! Be sure to check out the website.

There’s also up to 70% off  in their warehouse sale…can’t beat that deal!

So check out these links and please let me know your thoughts.

If you have favorite decorating sites, I’d love to include them.

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8 thoughts on “The Best Links for Small Space Decor Ideas

  1. Pinterest is great for decorating ideas. The highly visual way that the pins are laid out makes it really very easy to browse through a lot of different ideas and options quickly and easily. I’ve had some great inspiration from that site.

    And once you find a user who is on the same wavelength as you, you can really benefit.

    Instagram can be quite good as well – but I definitely prefer Pinterest.

    • You are so right, Jim. I love Pinterest, a lot! Another good website it Houzz. You can create your own idea books which are kind of like tearing pages out of magazines! Check it out.

      And thank you for stopping by!

  2. I absolutely love the idea of living in a small space in a minimalistic way. I love decorating as well, more so in a vitorian way, which is rather cluttered and detailed.

    After viewing a recent television show on small small living, my husband and I are really considering the benefits of doing so. Knowing how to decorate and what items are really needed is key, so I am glad to follow a few of your links.

    Many thanks

    • Thank you, Debra, for visiting my site. I’m a fan of all decorating styles…love Victorian decor and believe that it doesn’t have to be cluttered.

      I’ll see if I can find some examples for you and post them but, in the meantime, I think you will just love one of my favorite decorating magazines. It’s Victorian Homes and if you click on that link, you can order it if you don’t already have a subscription.

  3. Ran across your article while doing some simple searches for DIY home decor. Good read. I took this idea from pinterst and wanted to share with you. Took some milk crates, the plastic ones. Was able to melt/cut some of the sides out. Wrapped them in wrapping paper. Then hung them on the wall. Instant Mini Book-Self! Was great and total cost was around $8!!

    • What a great idea! Thank you for sharing it with me…I truly do love learning new decorating ideas and this is pure genius!

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