The Wedding Registry Site That Lets You Play Dress Up With Your Home
Blueprint Registry uses custom floor plans to help couples outfit their house with the stuff they actually need.
Forget the juice cleanse. Pause the Jay-Z album. It's time to think about OG blueprints for a second—namely, the new online wedding registry site that lets you outfit your house with the stuff you actually need using customized floor plans of your love nest.
Each room in your home is broken down by the types of items that belong there, creating a visually rich interactive wish list that's fun to make and shop—and might just prevent you from going ham on the stuff you don't really need and can't actually store. Gifts for the living room layout below, for example, are sectioned up into seating, electronics, decor, games, tables, and storage.
Couples can sort Blueprint's favorite pieces by style or retailer (CB2, West Elm, Pottery Barn, etc.) or add items of their choosing from anywhere on the web. Think of the experience as a cross between that totally extravagant "Dream House" Pinterest board, and playing paper dolls with your actual interiors. They've also just added an "Experience Room," so guests who want to give honeymoon activities and the like can still partake on one platform.
Check out some of our picks for this space, below.
From top (left to right): Garfield Chair from Thrive Home; The New York Times Archive Photograph from Pottery Barn; Steven Alan Sofa from West Elm; Globe Pendant from West Elm; Chindi Colorblock Pillow from Williams-Sonoma; Design Brooklyn Book from Amazon; Marble Oval Coffee Table from West Elm; Multi Pixel Woven Rug from West Elm; Natural Tree Stump Side Table from west Elm; Fuel Navy Credenza from CB2