Our Houzz photos are viewed almost 4 MILLION times every 365 days. Houzz is a web site and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement. The Houzz platform and mobile apps feature interior and exterior home photos, articles written by architects, interior designers and home design experts, product recommendations, and a user forum. Here are some interesting facts about Houzz: Houzz was founded in 2009. Houzz has about 40 million unique visitors a month 45% of these users come from outside the US We joined Houzz on September 27th, 2013. Our #1 photo has been added to almost 85,000 idea books. In total, we are in over 2 million ideabooks and growing by an estimated 30,000 a month We answer questions daily about our project photos. We get referrals from all over the US.
Before we meet with clients to discuss their project we encourage them to do some homework. We ask them to bring in pictures from magazines and their Houzz ideabooks so we can get an idea of their likes and expectations. But with so much information available, many people go a little overboard on some topics and neglect others. Here is a syllabus for preparing for your renovation project: Renovation Project Syllabus By doing your homework, you can save a lot of time and heartache as you prepare for a renovation project. Happy studying!
When you begin planning a renovation project, you may have no idea how much your vision might cost, especially in the kitchen. These answers depend on important factors: Size of your space. What you will do to your space. Your budget. The price of your renovation should be driven by your goals but there are reasons why renovations add up. Structural problems. Beyond costs controlled by selecting finishes and materials are the costs resulting from structural problems within your home. You might open a wall and find termites or once flooring is removed you find a rotted subfloor. Not all problems can be caught ahead of time. Cabinetry. Cabinet costs range widely, depending on whether they come from big-box factories or specially customized for your needs and space. Stock cabinets cost much less while custom cabinetry is much more costly. Interior components & special features. In addition to external features of cabinets, the insides matter too. Add-ons might include a magic corner, a knife drawer, or spice and wine racks. Countertops. The cost for countertops also range widely. Plastic laminate countertops are at the low end while ever-popular quartz, granite, and marble run much higher. Appliances. Depending on the make, model […]
There is no “one size fits all” approach to our work. If you are ready to explore the possibilities, come by the showroom or send us your information. Let’s figure out together, how we can make the difference in your project.