Where Do I find Inspiration

Where Do I Find Inspiration?

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Today, people are pressed for time to go tostores and look at different products before making a purchase for home decoration. Luckily, there are hundreds of bloggers, designers and websites we can browse for decor inspiration and ideas when it's convenient for us. If you’re ready to find inspiration, that team at Pella Windows and Doors can help.

Pinterest: Whether you’re interested in modern, luxury, log, colonial or farmhouse design – the possibilities are virtually endless. If you are looking for ideas, the king of inspiration boards is a click away. Every possible type of home you are looking for, Pinterest brings you thousands of beautiful home ideas for your Washington DC home. From every room to every window pane, you should find many design trends that will appeal to you that could work for your Washington DC home. You’ll also see links to many bloggers’ home décor sites full of ideas and new tricks. From there, the hardest part will be deciding which ideas are your favorites.

Houzz: When on the hunt for design trends, Houzz is definitely worth perusing. With so many tools on the site, you can find inspiration for the home you’ve always dreamed of in Washington DC with a few clicks. If you are seeking advice about your home, there is a handy open-forum section where you can ask for opinions from other users and see their before and after photos and DIY tips. We also can’t forget to mention that there are over 10 million photos to choose fromand you can actually shop on the site. Visiting Houzz should give you enough inspiration to design multiple homes.

Social Media: Outside of Pinterest and Houzz, there are a million ways to find inspiration for your Washington DC home. Instagram is a social media platform focused on photography – what a perfect way to visually help you decide on things you’d like to do for your home. We even found HGTV’s top list of designers on Instagram. This list included classic vintage designer Benjamin Vandiver and Arizona’s DIY queen Jenny Komenda.

Twitter’s top designers to follow included Design Milk, an account scattered with modern design and over one million followers. Also included was Sous Style, an account geared toward younger generations with an artistic appeal that definitely earns a few retweets.

Pella Showrooms: Whether you drop into our showroom in Washington DC or simply visit the main Pella website, you should see design trends everywhere. On our site you’ll find visual ideas of what our products are capable of and what they look like in a renovated home. To see your inspirations come to life, use the Pella Product Designer to make sure you love the plan before you invest.

No matter where you go for inspiration, our professionals at Pella Windows and Doors are ready to turn it into your home’s reality. Your home goals are our goals. Visit our Washington DC showroom or give us a call at 301-957-7000.



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