Emily Henderson Launches Online Platform That’s Essentially Craigslist for Design Lovers

From House Beautiful

Want to connect with others who love design as much as you do? Well you’re in luck: Interior designer Emily Henderson has launched a platform specifically for those who want to get more involved with the design community.

The platform–called EHD Insider Community–is a space where readers, stylists, designers, and anyone else intrigued by design even in the slightest can engage with each other. Joining the membership-based online community gives you access to forums where members can get design advice or share a cool find, like an insane house tour or stunning new paint color. Those who join can also enjoy ad-free daily blog posts on the designer’s website, Style By Emily Henderson, and a behind-the-scenes peek at what the Emily Henderson Design team is up to.

The best part? There’s a “Garage Sale” group where people can trade, sell, or buy items from fellow

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Become Your Own Interior Designer With One of These Online Classes

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You’re spending a lot of time at home these days. Your kitchen table is now your home office and your living room doubles as a yoga studio and third grade classroom.  It’s hard not to closely examine your surroundings and get the itch to rearrange the furniture and spruce things up a bit.

Rethinking your space can provide a welcome distraction and offer a sense of control in these uncertain time. But before you start aimlessly scouring the internet for furniture configurations and paint colors, consider educating yourself in the art of interior design by enrolling in an online course. There are tons of great online classes that are affordable and will give you the tools and insider knowledge to become more confident in making home decor decisions.

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