I Want Feedback from my Readers !!!

I Want Feedback from my Readers !!!

In the begining of this post I would like to say “Thanks” for all of you who read this blog, a really big “Thanks“, you made this blog big. This blog exist because there are people who really come back to check if I’ve posted something new everyday. I want to say that I respect those people, and I care about them. That’s why I would like to know what my loyal readers have to say about Freshome, what should I change, what should I add to Freshome, what kind of posts should I post more, etc. Please post a comment right now on this, and tell me. I really want to read your comments, and together make this a blog a better place. There are 2000+ RSS readers, so I hope most of you will post.



  • SaraD February 3, 2008 at 19:41 PMLogin to Reply →

    I subscribe to Freshome through RSS. I read it for all of the great new products that I otherwise wouldn’t have heard of. Mostly I just love looking at all the pictures. I like getting new ideas and inspiration for decorating my home.

  • AskKat February 3, 2008 at 19:42 PMLogin to Reply →

    Love your blog. My sister has health problems and needs a bed that tiltls. I am going to send her here to look at the pics of the rocking bed. I learned something new today and I will be back.

    I was actually looking at your blog because it shows up as having the most unique visitors. I am looking at blogging again and wanted to find out more about lead generating through blogging. Any advice, etc. would be appreciated.

  • Sam February 3, 2008 at 19:46 PMLogin to Reply →

    I cant believe i’m going to be the 1st to respond to your post. I love your blog. I have to admit, i’m completely computer illiterate, and for my age that’s sad I work an all night job with access to computers, and didn’t even know what a blog was, exactly. I found this randomly, while looking up cool gadgets. I’m definalty an everyday reader, and dissapointed when finding that nothing new has been posted. I’ve made alot of DIY projects out of things i saw here. The fake window worked perfectly, and i used the same technique for my closet. Between my stone bath mat and my dream of living in a real tree house, your blog has inspired my home entirely. I’d love to see more of the weird, off the wall things like the expandable light fixure and that apartment that folded up into a large garbage container. Anything that lives right outside of the everyday bubble, or makes you take an extra second to figure out,is exactly what i look for. I want to thank you as genuinely as you have thanked us. Congrats on the amount of readers you’ve accumulated, you obviously deserve it. Thanks for taking the time to make this what it is. -S

  • spineemike February 3, 2008 at 20:00 PMLogin to Reply →

    I really enjoy the designs that are featured on the blog. From entertainment consoles to treehouses and grass shaped vases, I am delighted, educated, and inspired.

  • thatoldsoul February 3, 2008 at 20:03 PMLogin to Reply →

    Honestly, i think while the conceptual pieces are awesome, how about some cheaper tips?

    I love looking at the high end, but i realize that most of these are out of reach :\

  • Cecil February 3, 2008 at 20:07 PMLogin to Reply →

    I’d like to see more tips and tricks and how to articles. Those are always fun!

  • Michael February 3, 2008 at 20:47 PMLogin to Reply →

    AskKat – I can’t help you with “lead generating through blogging” sorry.

    Sam – I’m glad you find useful and interesting ideas on Freshome. You just game me an idea …to search for DIY projects for my readers.

    thatoldsoul – I try to find cheap stuff, but usually cheap stuff are not so interesting to present, because are usual products.

    Cecil – That’s what I have in plan …you just read my mind. I want to post more articles in the near future.

    Thanks for comments. I wait more .. :)

  • Phil February 3, 2008 at 21:32 PMLogin to Reply →

    This is really horrible but I have it in a folder called ‘pictures’. I look at the pictures and read if it looks very interesting….

    As such I can’t really provide a lot of feedback on your content/what I’d like to see more of. But at least this is one more comment out of your 200 RSS subscriber’s reporting in :)

  • nb3004 February 3, 2008 at 23:05 PMLogin to Reply →

    I love finding a new story on my feed reader from your site. I would like to see more interior pieces as well as some cheap tips for modern or ‘hip’ interior design.

  • kate February 4, 2008 at 03:02 AMLogin to Reply →

    i’m one of the subscribers via an rss feed. i don’t remember how i stumbled across your blog in the beginning, but i have loved following your posts over the last 6+ months.

    i enjoy and take something away from most of your posts. however, i would love to see more posts directed toward living in small spaces – not necessarily apartments, but just smaller living spaces in general.

    keep up the great work!

  • Shari February 4, 2008 at 03:45 AMLogin to Reply →

    I will echo those who say that cheaper or smaller items would be useful. Though you say it’s hard to find such items which are not mundane, I’m sure there have to be things like storage bins, lamps, organizers, etc. which are unique.

    While it’s very interesting to see all the big pieces which are featured because they are unique in style, few people have the need or funds to buy them. I look everyday to see what’s new, but I’d really enjoy seeing tips and smaller items.

  • ibu_sufi February 4, 2008 at 04:20 AMLogin to Reply →


    I am from malaysia…
    Your blog is very interesting…inspiration image and ideas..

    I am looking for new ideas for my new home..
    1. What is the concept of my new home
    2. How can i divide my rooms into study rooms, bedroom, children playroom,guest rooms…only have 4 small rooms..
    3. How to design it with small budget and space..

    Maybe my question is not really what u want..but hope it will help ur future post…

    Believe me…u help me lots…

  • Tamara February 4, 2008 at 07:28 AMLogin to Reply →

    I subscribe via RSS. I love your blog for all the cool design ideas, regardless of whether I can afford them or not! Thanks for all your great work, look forward to seeing even more.

  • Blair Millen February 4, 2008 at 07:45 AMLogin to Reply →

    Just keep posting the kind of stuff you’ve been posting… that’s what most people will have grabbed your feed for in the first place :-)

  • Sam February 4, 2008 at 08:46 AMLogin to Reply →

    Ok…..i’ve got a stupid question…….Whats RSS??

  • Francois February 4, 2008 at 09:12 AMLogin to Reply →

    Freshome is inspiring and fresh just as it is. The layout and theme has absolutely no problems, it’s very unique and just makes freshome itself.

    I mail many many posts weekly to friends, your finds are really good and gives us such good ideas!

    I think people (like myself) mostly use RSS and just reads thru the posts. Peeps should get more involved in the comments, like mentioning where certain items would look good at or where they bought something like that for cheaper, etc.

    The DIY sounds like a great idea. Really eccentric posts are always interesting, but sample rooms and furniture gives ideas for our homes and are more practical.

    Thank you for a awesome blog and all the hard work!

  • Patrick February 4, 2008 at 09:25 AMLogin to Reply →

    Love your blog. I get to see designs i don’t usually find anywhere else. Keep it up!

  • Keer February 4, 2008 at 13:59 PMLogin to Reply →

    Love the blog; the posts on DIY, Architecture, Design, interior stuff and furniture rock.

  • Marc February 4, 2008 at 18:08 PMLogin to Reply →

    Hello. I’m a french RSS reader. Don’t change anything. Just thank you. Great job, good photos…

  • Florin February 5, 2008 at 09:27 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hy, i want more tips and tricks to make my own home or products from this blog :D

  • tperakis February 5, 2008 at 13:09 PMLogin to Reply →

    you don’t have to change anything… i love your blog… great job… Thank you

  • volypok February 5, 2008 at 15:33 PMLogin to Reply →

    Greetings from Kiev, Ukraine
    great job, daily source of inspiration. I’m bookmarking 2 out of 3 posts!

  • JoshuaK February 5, 2008 at 17:54 PMLogin to Reply →

    I subscribed a week ago when I saw one of your stories on Digg. I then spent the rest of my day combing the archives. I subscribe to Dwell magazine and I love modern living architecture and interior design. My favorite types of articles are the ones on kitchen and living room/entertainment setups. The more of those, the better.

    One thing I would like to see is a section with fresh and modern living ideas that are affordable for the average, middle class consumer. The majority of the couches and book cases that retail in the thousands of dollars are fun to look at, but in reality, 90% of the people who subscribe to this blog would probably never purchase them. I know the words modern and affordable are ones you never see in the same sentence when talking about design, but i feel finding deals like that, or even “how-to” blog posts for making something on that level, would provide readers with something other blogs of this concept don’t offer.

    All in all…keep up the great work!

  • reds February 5, 2008 at 18:04 PMLogin to Reply →

    Hi Michael,
    i’m from singapore and i must say i really enjoy reading your posts and your finds. keep up the good work! as a suggestion maybe you could start a new category on affordable home solutions?

  • JQuinn February 7, 2008 at 14:37 PMLogin to Reply →

    Hey Michael,

    Man, I love your blog. Your site is on my favs list and I visit it every morning Monday thru Friday at work! Keep up all the good hard work, I really appreciate all your finds!

  • julio_dx February 7, 2008 at 21:19 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great ideas on every post, i´m collect then to creat my own place, for the future… great site, keep the good work.

    I want to see more interior ideas, like furniture and how to creat spaces.


  • Isao February 26, 2008 at 05:03 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hi, I just stumbled upon this website today via Reddit and immediately added to my RSS feed.
    I am a user interface designer and need a source of inspiration. This site offers various points of view, refreshing my right brain. Although I am not a furniture designer and probably cannot afford most of the products introduced, this site nourishes my creativity.
    Thank you.

  • Ines March 13, 2008 at 10:56 AMLogin to Reply →

    I like most of your posts, e.g. special houses or apartments, furniture for bath- and livingrooms. I love this site :)

  • Judy March 18, 2008 at 02:36 AMLogin to Reply →

    I just found your blog an hour ago and will be back many times. I am moving to a very small studio so I was looking for bookshelf ideas and , wow!, I found some great ones here. Thanks!

    I would be very interested in a section for “older” (50 plus) single adults who now find themselves with a family who have left the nest and they are liveing in a small space on a budget.

    Just throwing out the idea for you if you can use it but your site looks like it already meets that need.

    Keep up the good work!

  • deon3366 March 23, 2008 at 00:26 AMLogin to Reply →

    just to let you know that this is what i am looking for. dont touch your format. you could add diy or copythat info, patents are easy to get around. all you have to do is change one tiny item. keep up your blog.i live at the arse-end of s.a. as far as design is concerned. no likeminded humans around.

  • Amy April 3, 2008 at 13:33 PMLogin to Reply →

    Firstly, thank you – I love your blog. I’d like to see more eco gadgets and energy ideas. Also converted buildings, especially inside churches – i’m so nosey and might be buying a church project of my own hopefully! xxx

  • Sam June 16, 2008 at 12:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    I found ur blog as a result of googlin. Amazing stuff. I’m from India. I’m not a designer. Neither can i afford all these expensive pieces. But i do luv the way people xpress their creativity.
    Someday i would b able to utilize this when i build my own pad. Thanx.

  • Kellie August 18, 2008 at 00:00 AMLogin to Reply →

    Stumbled onto your blog this morning. It is more informative, grounded and ‘now’ than any of the industry mags that I subscribe to. I will be checking-in religiously. Fabulous!

  • Qasim Abbas February 18, 2010 at 10:35 AMLogin to Reply →

    I find your site an excellent, i find a very creative and modern products at this excellent site, There is new idea and advise before start building or decrating a new house to have a look at this creative site .

    Thanks & Regards

  • Lenore February 7, 2011 at 15:57 PMLogin to Reply →

    Really like your e-mails. I look at them as soon as I get them. You have some great ideas. Thanks.