SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- nousDECOR®, an interior design and home décor platform combining crowd-sourced ideas, intelligent search and automated recommendations, today unveiled its first mobile app. Available for iOS, the nousDECOR app includes a handful of new comparison shopping features, along with on-the-go access to the site's exclusive content.

 

Ever see a photo of a professionally designed room and wonder how to recreate the look in your own home within your own budget? nousDECOR helps you do just that, offering a start-to-finish interior design solution that mimics the way we decorate in the real world. In the app, users can snap or upload a photo of a décor item and search for similar products across the company's library of more than eight million items from hundreds of popular online retailers such as Crate & Barrel, Cost Plus World Market and Target, boutique retailers such as Serena & Lily, flash sale sites such as One Kings Lane and vintage sources such as 1stDibs and eBay. Users can also browse thousands of inspirational images from renowned professional designers along with corresponding moodboards that translate the look into accessible, shoppable items. Users have access to expert advice, design trends and DIY projects.

 

"By bringing the nousDECOR experience to mobile, we've opened up a whole new world for our rapidly growing user community that invites even more inspiration and collaboration," said nousDECOR founder and CEO, Heather Gillette. "Now, from wherever you are, if you see an item you like, you can simply take a photo, enter a few details and then run a quick search for similar items at various price points that you can buy right there from your phone or tablet."

 

Launched in Spring 2014, nousDECOR offers the world of fine design and home décor to anyone with an interest, regardless of budget or level of expertise. The nousDECOR user community includes both design enthusiasts and novice decorators, as well as acclaimed designers such as Phillip Gorrivan, Gillian Lefkowitz, and Mark Cutler, who serves as Chief Designer for the site.