DecorPad is a community-oriented blog where members upload home decor photos and viewers look through the projects. Members can also create a design library to stash their favorite projects for later inspiration.
The site’s photos are clear and the organization is intuitive. When I searched through DecorPad, I immediately noticed the fine-tuned search engine — a great tool for focused browsing. Searches for faux fur, marble, kitchen islands and hutch all yielded plenty of topic-related goods. DecorPad also has quick tabs that point you to specific rooms of the house, color palettes and forums for users to ask questions or brainstorm.
With the ability to browse and upload design projects, this site is similar to apartment therapy or HGTV’s Rate My Space. However, a feature unique to DecorPad is its “look 4 less” tab, which shows designer products and gives a cheaper version of the same item — it’s addicting!
Here’s a quick pick of my favorite rooms: