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How to Create Your Own Idea Board

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My Idea Board
My Idea Board

Every month, the Lighting & Decor team puts together stylish idea boards for our print issue, but we know you have some great ideas, too. That’s why we want to help our readers create their own idea boards on our website.

Read on to learn more about L&Dmag.com’s My Idea Board and start building your own personal board.

What Is My Idea Board?

Similar to Pinterest, My Idea Board collects all the cool stuff you love from our website in one easily accessible place. It’s a great way to keep track of new products from all your favorite designers and manufacturers.

Every day, we post new products from lighting and home decor manufacturers. Each post has an image, a brief description of the product and a link to the website where you can find the product.

Our website is your one-stop shop for everything new and cool in the lighting and home decor industry. With My Idea Board, you’ll be the first to know when new products drop.

How Do I Get Started?

Ready to start creating your own idea board? Here’s a simple tutorial to get you started.

  1. Go to the top right-hand corner and click Sign In/Login. This will bring you to our login screen.
  2. Create your own account. All you need is your name and an email address.
  3. To save products to your board, hover over the image you want to save and click the heart icon in the corner. This will save the product to your idea board.
  4. To view your idea board, go back up to the top right-hand corner and click My Account. Your account page will show you all the items you’ve saved to your idea board.

New products are posted daily, so make sure you’re checking back to see what’s new.

Nicole Davis
Nicole Davis

Nicole Davis is the Editor-in-Chief of Lighting & Decor and was also the Editor-in-Chief of Lighting & Decor's predecessors, Residential Lighting and Home Fashion Forecast. She's been covering the lighting and home furnishings industries for six years and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. 

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