Houzz Offers Much Information for Your Home Renovation
Magazines, blogs, Pinterest, Instagram, and even Facebook provide much inspiration for home renovation projects these days. A favorite source for us is Houzz, which has a database of more than 1.6 million photos from designers to help stoke your renovating projects.
Have you checked it out yet? We highly recommend it for when you want to do a highly customized search or just want to look at a certain kind of room.
Their database of photos allows you to filter your search by room: kitchen, bath, bedroom, living room, dining room, outdoor, kids, home office, storage & closets, exterior, and any other room that doesn’t fall in any of these categories. You can further customize within any of these categories. For example, click on storage & closets and you can search by clothes racks, closet organizers, etc.
Also, you can filter your search by style, including contemporary, eclectic, modern, traditional and more.
Or you can also browse slideshows of photos that have been newly added, most popular today, and all time popular, among others.
The viewing possibilities are endless and contain valuable built-in research capability. Click on most any photo and you can see a lot of useful information about the room, including a description, more photos of the same room and the name of the designer/builder. Best of all, you can ask questions about any photo, such as the size of a room or where certain components of a room are from.
You can also create a scrapbook of sorts by using a feature Houzz calls “Ideabook,” which is a compilation of all your favorite photos. Some of you may also want to participate in Houzz community discussions or simply browse topics as part of your research for your current renovating project.
Whatever project you have in mind, Houzz is bound to have something to inspire you.
Remember that we at Unique Home Properties are happy to look over your Ideabook with you and help you hone in on those elements that would work well in your home so that you can achieve the look and feel you want in your home.
Photo credit: Houzz