Blogger, content creator and interior designer Amber Guyton of Blessed Little Bungalow shares how her social media presence served as a launching pad for her design services, and why no topic is off-limits for her online audience.
Last year, design blogger Chelsey Brown started reuniting personal items found at vintage markets with their original owners. The venture got her thinking—how does an heirloom become lost, and why is it so difficult to get it back?
At the inaugural Meridian Experience in Bellevue, Washington, last week, design-centric social media stars and emerging creators convened for a crash course in converting a web presence into a real income.
Today, Pinterest announced its largest ever AR-enabled shopping feature with the debut of Try On for Home Decor—a partnership allowing users to virtually test out products from Crate & Barrel, CB2, Target, Walmart, West Elm and Wayfair.
After Instagram announced it was rolling out a new Subscriptions feature with a select group of content creators last week, design influencers are weighing in on whether or not the service would be fit for their audience.