As a designer, I find inspiration comes from all corners of my life. My travels, museums, trade shows, and magazines are just a few sources, but the list is nearly endless. Most of my clients collect inspiration in a similar way, and it’s often helpful for them to keep a visual record of ideas they want to integrate into their homes. This is why I like the relatively new site Houzz.com, which allows you to create inspiration boards related to interior design and architecture.
I’ve had a Houzz account for a while, but recently added a number of S.B. Long Interiors projects to feature. I think the site provides a wonderful tool for people to collect their ideas, as well as become introduced with interior designers and architects in their area. It’s also pure eye candy—sort of a Pinterest for home design.
Following are a just few of the images I recently added:
Bedroom, Washington, CT
Dining room, Washington, CT
Living room, Deer Valley, UT
Office, Deer Valley, UT
Owner’s Suite, Oceania’s Riviera cruise ship
Deck of Owner’s Suite, Oceania’s Riviera cruise ship
Bedroom, Greenwich, CT (home IV)
Kitchen, Greenwich, CT (home IV)
Living room, Greenwich, CT (home I)
Butler’s pantry, New Canaan, CT
Dining area, New Canaan, CT
You can find more information on all of these projects, follow idea books that I create, and receive updates on new projects by following S.B. Long Interiors on Houzz.
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