4 Sources of Home Fashion Ideas on Social Media Today

We often check our Facebook and other social media accounts to be updated on the activities of our family members and friends. Likewise, we often post a status update with pictures to let them know what we are up to. Aside from individual accounts, social media is also being utilized by various interest groups and businesses to let the world know what they’re offering.

Interior designers also use social media to instantly share their work to their friends, likers, and followers and reach out to possible clients. On the other end, home magazines take advantage of the features of social media to give their audience a glimpse of the insides of their latest issue. Here are the most famous social media sites where interesting bits on home fashion are shared.


Home fashion can be shared instantly through a post with or without pictures in FB. You can also share links of related sites and pages that feature interesting home designs. You can share posts that catch your taste in your own timeline and engage with others on a certain trend. One of the Facebook pages you can check is that of Good Housekeeping, which has more than 1,800,000 Likes to date. It gives updates not just on global trends in home improvement but on best practices in family life as well.


Instagram adds flare and soul to your pictures. You may choose from available filters that look lomographic – the output of a lomo camera. There are also brightness and contrast adjustments. Furniture shots can look glamorous or vintage depending on the chosen filter. This is the site where you’ll find a ton of home design and improvement photos. You can also choose to follow interior designers, architects, engineers, and artists to get an idea on what improvement you can do for your home.


Pinterest allows you to create mood boards wherein you can pin pictures. It is basically an online or virtual pin board. This is useful when you’re searching for blinds in DC. You may spot posts with a selection of trendy and up-to-date windows treatments and then “pin” them on your board. After roaming around and pinning, you can go back to your board, compare pins side by side, and choose which ideas you like best. Sharing of pins to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter can also be enabled.


From the word “house”, it is a website and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design, and home improvement. It is a collaborative platform for home remodeling and design that brings homeowners and home professionals together in a uniquely visual community. Ideabook serves as an album of design portfolio while Project as the name suggests collates the projects of the company.

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