Same old story. You check all your daily websites- Facebook, emails, Twitter, and favorite blogs- and then you go into a slump. Nothing else you need to check out, and so much time on your hand. Well, we’ve got a solution for you. In comes our “Khaleejesque Hot-Clicks” section, in which we scour the Internet for the latest must check out sites and initiatives then introduce them to you. From shopping sites to news sites with everything in between- local, regional and international; all catered and aimed at you, our Khaleejesque Readers. Tune in for our periodic hot-clicks listings, and email us at email@example.com with Hot-Clicks in the subject line if you have links you’d like to propose.
- Contemporist – A daily source for both architects and interior designers, Contemporist is an online publication that continuously showcases the latest products and projects of the design world. Being the first source for design news, it's a must for avid readers who are curious to see what the latest trends are across the globe.
- The Style Files – Based in The Netherlands, The Style Files gives viewers an unconventional design and lifestyle perspective with an emphasis on new ideas and daily design observations. Focused on inspirational finds from all over the world, The Style Files is the place to "absorb new ideas, find new products & designs and to get inspired!"
- Design Sponge – Dedicated to home and product design, this daily website is a must for any design enthusiast. Featuring DIY projects, before and after furniture, home makeovers, home tours, and so much more, it gives readers a chance to enhance their design skills while being a source of inspiration for better homes.
- Material Girls – With a passion for fabrics, prints and any design materials, Material Girls is a unique interior design blog that features the latest trends and fashions for the home. With expert tips and advice from real designers, a.k.a the Material Girls, the blog is an excellent place for design help that's "topped with a sprinkle of pop culture."