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Houzz

Houzz is an American website and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement. It was founded in and is based in Palo Alto, California.

History[edit]

Houzz co-founders Adi Tatarko and Alon Cohen launched the site in February as a result of their own remodeling project.[1] In addition to finding it difficult to communicate their vision for their home, the founders found it difficult to find the right professionals for their project.[2] What started as a side project to help with Tatarko and Cohen's own home remodel soon spread by word-of-mouth and they began to receive emails from homeowners and home professionals outside the San Francisco Bay Area asking them to open more categories on Houzz and expand to other areas.[3] Houzz became a company in the fall of [3]

In November , Houzz released an app for the iPad.[4] The Android version of the app was released in December [5] In January , Houzz announced that it had opened offices and hired local managers in the UK, Germany and Australia to accelerate its global expansion; 35% of the company's site traffic already came from outside the U.S.[6] In December , Houzz announced its expansion to the rest of Europe and into Asia, starting with Japan.[7]

Company[edit]

Product & Technology[edit]

In July , Houzz introduced the Real Cost Finder, an interactive tool that helps users plan home renovations and total costs. The tool is based on data collected from the Houzz community.[8] Houzz offers affordable mass-market furniture along with the luxurious options for those not having budget cuts. In February , Houzz launched Site Designer, a free website building and publishing tool for home professionals. Websites are connected to a pro's Houzz profile, “which allow them to easily pull in their images, reviews and other information from their existing profiles.”[9] This feature allows not only to find furniture on the website but also to find the specialists that will set everything up or work on renovation.[10] In May , Houzz introduced Houzz TV.[citation needed] Houzz introduced Sketch for Android in January [11] Sketch is also available as a web app.[12] In February , Houzz introduced View in My Room within its app for iOS and Android that lets users virtually place products from the Houzz Marketplace in their homes before buying.[13] In March , Houzz announced that it had opened its Commerce API to third party partners, with Shopify as a first point of integration, to make it easier for merchants to sell and manage their inventory on Houzz.[14] In September , Houzz launched Visual Match, a new visual recognition tool that "uses deep learning technology to analyze more than 11 million home photos on Houzz. Furniture and decor that looks similar to the six million products on the Houzz Marketplace is then surfaced for users to browse (and hopefully buy)."[15] In May , Houzz introduced a new tool for its iPhone and iPad app, View in My Room 3D, that allows people to preview over , products in 3D within the context of their own rooms.[16] With the launch of iOS 11 from Apple in September , Houzz introduced an upgraded version of its 3D AR tool within its app for iPhone and iPad, which lets people see and move , products in their rooms.[17] The Houzz App for Android devices was updated with ARCore support in March , enabling users to "place virtual representations of furniture and other home decor items anywhere in their home to see how they would look."[18]

Acquisitions[edit]

Houzz made its first acquisition in , "buying gardening and home advice site GardenWeb from NBCUniversal."[19]

Home design photo database[edit]

As of December , there were millions of images of home interiors and exteriors on Houzz.[20]Homeowners browse photos by room, style and location, and bookmark photos in personal collections the site calls “ideabooks.” Images had been added to ideabooks hundreds of millions of times.[21] Users can click on an image to learn more about the designer, ask a question, and learn about products tagged in the photos.[22]

As of August , there were more than 7 million high-quality photos of interiors, exteriors and gardens.[23] Houzz now has more than 17 million home photos on its platform.[24]

Professional directory[edit]

Houzz has a directory of home improvement professionals who use the site to connect with homeowners. The platform can be used for consumers to search through different types of professionals for hire, view their previous projects, and begin a discussion with them with questions and inquiries, to ultimately hire them.[25][26]

Reception[edit]

The magazine Real Simple called Houzz "the online equivalent of clipping décor images from magazines".[27]Bloomberg Businessweek called Houzz "An online antidote to the housing bust."[26]Architectural Digest wrote, "This app will stoke your imagination."[28]TechCrunch wrote, "Houzz appears to be a decent idea that's been executed well."[29]The Mercury News wrote, "You'll find ideas for your swipe file there that you and your architect can both contribute to and comment on."[30]The Wall Street Journal said “Houzz is a well of inspiration at the tip of your swiping fingers" and asserted that the app is one of the few nongame apps on iOS that have a 5 star rating.[31][failed verification]

Awards[edit]

In May , Houzz won "Best App" at Google's inaugural Play Awards. "User experience and high star ratings" were among the factors considered by Google's panel.[32] In May , Houzz was named the 40th Annual Entrepreneurial Company of the Year by the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California.[33]

Controversy[edit]

In October , Houzz settled a lawsuit "to resolve allegations that the company violated California privacy laws by recording incoming and outgoing telephone calls without notifying all parties on the call that they were being recorded".[34][35]

References[edit]

  1. ^Kurutz, Stevens (March 21, ). "Houzz Proud". New York Times. Retrieved December 28,
  2. ^Ryall, Jenni (August 28, ). "Houzz Launches In Australia, Home Renovators Get Excited". Mashable.
  3. ^ abAng, Sarah (December 11, ). "Houzz Helps You Make Your House a Home". Mashable.
  4. ^Wauters, Robin (November 11, ). "Heads Up, Home Design Freaks: Houzz Launches New iPad App, Raises $2M". TechCrunch. Retrieved December 28,
  5. ^Carney, Michael (August 27, ). "The numbers say Houzz has lit a fire under the home remodeling market". PandoDaily. Retrieved September 16,
  6. ^Carney, Michael (January 15, ). "Houzz and international expansion go together like peas and carrots". PandoDaily.
  7. ^Carney, Michael (December 19, ). "With rabid overseas demand, home design favorite Houzz looks to triple its international reach in ". PandoDaily.
  8. ^Ecker, Shana (July 8, ). "Houzz's Real Cost Finder Helps You Figure Out How Much That Renovation Will Set You Back". Huffington Post.
  9. ^Lardinois, Frederic (February 5, ). "Houzz Launches Site Designer, Offers Free Websites For Home Professionals". TechCrunch.
  10. ^"Houzz Reviews and Complaints: Is it Worth Buying in ?". FurnitureCap. Retrieved
  11. ^Fuller, Daniel (January 13, ). "Houzz Interior Decorating App Gets Sketch Feature". AndroidHeadlines.
  12. ^"Houzz Introduces Sketch for the Web". Kitchen & Bath Business. June 23,
  13. ^Korducki, Kelli. "You Can Now *Virtually* Try Out Furniture Before You Buy". BRIT+CO.
  14. ^Lardinois, Frederic (March 22, ). "Houzz opens its Commerce API to third-party vendors". TechCrunch.
  15. ^Chang, Lulu (September 14, ). "Find furniture that suits your style with Houzz's new visual match tool". Digital Trends.
  16. ^Stein, Megan (May 4, ). "Never Fear Furniture Shopping Again: This 3D Tool Shows You How Things Will Looks in Your House". People.com.
  17. ^Lunden, Ingrid (September 19, ). "A new ARKit app from Houzz brings , objects to moveable life". TechCrunch.
  18. ^Diaz, Justin (March 21, ). "Houzz App Updated With ARCore Support". AndroidHeadlines.
  19. ^Rao, Leena (August 25, ). "Home design company Houzz makes its first acquisition". Fortune.
  20. ^with-rabid-demand-from-overseas-home-design-favorite-houzz-looks-to-triple-its-international-reach-in
  21. ^Carney, Michael (August 27, ). "The numbers say Houzz has lit a fire under the home remodeling market". PandoDaily.
  22. ^Hickey, Shane (December 28, ). "Houzz: the website that speaks the language of home improvement". The Guardian.
  23. ^Rodriguez, Samuel (August 14, ). "Houzz Android app launches in Spain". ecommerce News.
  24. ^Xie, Jenny. "18 renovation apps to know for your next project". Curbed.
  25. ^KATHERINE BOEHRET (4 April ). "Professional Decorating Ideas in the Houzz". The Digital Solution. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 20 April
  26. ^ abNICK LEIBER (14 March ). "An Online Antidote to the Housing Bust". Profiles. Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved 20 April
  27. ^Real Simple: September
  28. ^"Design Apps on Tap". Architectural Digest. Condé Nast Digital. Archived from the original on 30 March Retrieved 30 January
  29. ^Rob Wauters (11 November ). "Heads Up, Home Design Freaks: Houzz Launches New iPad App, Raises $2M". CrunchBase. AOL Inc. Retrieved 30 January
  30. ^Richard Taylor Zillow (28 April ). "How to talk to an architect". San Jose Mercury News. Retrieved 30 January
  31. ^Tedeschi, Bob (January 18, ). "Before Tearing Out a Wall, Check Your Phone". New York Times. Retrieved December 28,
  32. ^D'Onfro, Jillian D'Onfro Senior Reporter Jillian D'Onfro (May 20, ). "The best Android apps in the world, according to Google". Business Insider.
  33. ^"Entrepreneurial Company of the Year". HBS Association of Northern California.
  34. ^"Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Announces Settlement with Houzz, Inc. Over Privacy Violations" (Press release). Office of the Attorney General, State of California Department of Justice. October 2, Retrieved February 2,
  35. ^Dremann, Sue (7 October ). "Houzz Inc. settles privacy-violation case". paloaltoonline.com. Retrieved 5 June

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houzz

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Houzz is the No. 1 app for improving and designing your home. Whether you’re building, remodeling or decorating, Houzz has you covered.

Get the Best Home Design Ideas
- Browse more than 20 million high-resolution photos of home interiors and exteriors. Choose by style, location or room, such as kitchen or bathroom.
- Save and share home design photos with friends, family and home professionals.
- Use the Sketch feature to annotate and draw directly on photos from Houzz.

Find, View and Buy Products for Your Home
- Shop from more than 5 million products and materials, including vanities, cabinets, lighting, furniture, tile and more.
- Read verified product reviews.
- Save up to 75% off during featured sales.
- Use Visual Match, our visual recognition technology, to discover and buy products and materials directly from photos on Houzz.
- Wondering what that sofa would look like in your living room? Select the View in My Room 3D feature and use the camera on your iPhone or iPad to see 3D products would look in your space.

Find, Hire and Collaborate with the Best Home Professional for Your Project
- Connect with over million home improvement professionals, including architects, general contractors, interior decorators, repair professionals and more.

Read Articles From Our Editorial Staff and Design Experts
- Check out our biweekly Houzz Newsletter for engaging and informative articles, including home tours, full kitchen and bathroom remodeling guides, industry news, decorating tricks, organizing guides, designing for pets, gardening advice, humor and everything in between.
- Watch Houzz TV to see original videos of inspiring homes, how-tos and more.

Get Advice
- Discuss home design and renovation topics in our Advice section and get feedback from the Houzz community on your projects and ideas.

The Houzz app topped The New York Times list of “best apps for home improvement.” The Washington Post called Houzz the “single best source" for finding inspiration. CNN named it the “Wikipedia of interior and exterior design.”

Use of the Houzz iOS App and the services provided through the Apps are subject to Houzz.com's terms of use: http://www.houzz.com/termsOfUse
Please note the Houzz app is compatible with iOS and above only.

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Editors’ Choice

Whether you’re simply looking for a new rug or planning a top-to-bottom room renovation, Houzz should be your first stop. It’s got a huge selection of furnishings, accessories, and lighting you can purchase with Apple Pay, but it's also full of photos to inspire your projects. A helpful community of users can lend a hand with suggestions, or you can connect with a contractor, designer, or landscaper right from the app to help make your home-improvement dream come true.

AMAZING APP!!

I love this app because I am buying a new house and I can decorate it however I want with Houzz. The products are a bit pricey but still the hold together well, they are well designed, and most of all the work, they just work with everything! You can also do a 2D camera thing where you can place your items in the room of your choice and the products of your choice! There is everything you can ask for! Like you can search “black white and gray area rug” or just plain and simple “ area rugs” it will pull up all options, you can also look up pro designers and you can look at pictures from other people to get inspiration and you can also post pictures and a little story for it. You can also have a private account or a worldwide account. The app it self is completely % FREE, which is what everyone wants, AM I RIGHT OR WHAT? THIS APP IS AMAZING! Please consider getting this amazing app and looking into some of these amazing products! Love you all of my brothers and sisters in Christ!! God bless you!

Fun to look through, but

I enjoy looking through Houzz to get ideas from the photos or solutions to problems on the different forums, however
1) The search function is average at best. If you search for something like “basement laundry” you’ll see photos of that plus lots of unrelated pics. It seems the more specific your search, the more “off” the results are.
2) Lately and with increasing frequency, the attached information under “learn more” is for a different property, and probably one you looked at previously. Its like the previously viewed information won’t clear out.
3) Considering there are supposedly millions of photos posted, I keep seeing the same ones over and over.
4) I don’t know that I would ever dare to post a question on a board, as the people answering (pros and lay people alike) can be particularly snarky or unnecessarily harsh. A woman asked about thoughts on paint color for her kitchen, and was told by respondents that she had too much stuff on her counters, her word signs were awful, and her back splash didn’t properly coordinate with her counters. And it kept going even after she very graciously included a little background information about some of her design choices. It was a very nice kitchen by anyone’s standards, but the people replying (which included pros) were just rude. There seems to be no monitoring of the site at all.

The developer, Houzz Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Especially if you aren't very familiar with the world of interior design, putting together a bedroom can start to feel overwhelming. To that end, we've brought you a few bedroom design tips to help make the process a little easier. Read on get more information on everything from the newest master bedroom ideas to what color palette to use in a small room. Armed with this knowledge, you should be able to create a unique bedroom design that works for you.

Start with your goals

Before you get started on any interior design project, it's important to consider your wants and needs for the space. Ideally, most of the items in the room will fit both criteria. After all, not only do you want the room to be functional, but if you're spending the money to design it, you'll want to make sure you're satisfied with the end product.

For example, maybe you've been toying with the idea of getting a canopy bed because you've always wanted one. If you're designing your master bedroom, go ahead and splurge on the purchase. In this case, a canopy bed checks off both boxes on your wants and needs list by providing you with a bed that can be slept in and an aesthetically pleasing statement piece.

Use online resources for bedroom design inspiration

The next step in designing the perfect bedroom is to find some design inspiration. Luckily, you don't have to go to an interior designer for this task, there are plenty of online resources that can help you find your ideal bedroom design inspiration from the comfort of your own home.

Houzz

If you aren't sure of your personal sense of style, Houzz is a great place to start. Houzz allows interior designers to upload photos of their finished projects to provide you with plenty of ideas. Though you're likely looking for master bedroom ideas, Houzz offers inspiration for a multitude of spaces, including dining room, living room, and even laundry room design.

Modsy

Modsy is a service that allows you to work with an interior designer for a fraction of the price you would typically pay. With Modsy, you upload pictures of your existing bedroom and then answer a few questions about your aesthetic preferences. Then, the designer delivers you two mock-ups of a fully designed space, which you can tweak until you're satisfied with the end product.

Choose your color scheme first

Once you're officially ready to start your bedroom interior design project, the first step is to choose your color scheme for the room. In interior design, the colors you choose to use in the space will inform all your other choices, so your best bet is to pick them first.

Here, you'll likely benefit from using what's known as the rule. It states that approximately 60% of the room should be one color, usually a neutral shade. However, in children's rooms, it may be bolder. Whichever color you choose, this is the color that goes on your walls and makes up the majority of your color palette.

Then, 30% of the room should be made up of a supporting shade. It should coordinate well with your main color but add more visual interest. Typically, this would be the color of your bedroom furniture.

The last 10% of the room is made up of an accent color. Whatever your color preference, these hues should be the boldest in your design. Typically, these shades are reserved for an accent wall or your decor items like throw pillows or an area rug.

If you're decorating a small space, keep it light and bright

When you're working with a small room, choosing the right colors becomes even more important. Unfortunately, a color that's too bold may overwhelm a small space like a guest room. With that in mind, you should try to do your best to use light hues as you're working on these spaces.

In this case, neutrals will likely work best for the walls and ceiling. If you're looking for an accent color, you may want to focus on using softer shades like green or a pale blue. As an added bonus, color psychology holds that both those shades offer calming and grounding effects.

Invest in quality bedroom furniture

Once your color preference is clear, the next step is to start looking into furniture. While you may be able to get away with lower-end furniture in children's rooms or a guest room, when you're designing a master bedroom, your best bet is to invest in quality pieces.

At the end of the day, good-quality furniture has the ability to last for years. While you may change the color of your walls or your accent pillows, if you invest in classic furniture pieces, they will be able to stand the test of time and stay with you through multiple rounds of interior design trends.

As far as what furniture you'll need, at the very minimum, consider investing in a good bed frame and headboard. Beyond that, consider building a set that includes a dresser, a chest, and a couple of nightstands. Then, if you have the square footage, think about creating a seating area with an accent chair and a bookcase.

Don't forget about window treatments

One common bedroom design mistake is allowing curtains and blinds to become an afterthought. However, the truth is that the right window treatments can be the design element that sets an elegant bedroom apart. While you don't have to spring for custom window treatments to complete your bedroom interior design project, it's an area worth considering in your design plan.

To that end, you'll want to ask yourself what kind of aesthetic you're aiming for in your bedroom and choose window treatments that match. For example, some window treatment ideas for a modern bedroom design might include incorporating plantation shutters rather than blinds. On the other hand, a more traditional design might include finishing off your window frame with a decorative curtain rod to add to the room's visual interest.

Let decor items show your personality

Lastly, whether you're decorating your bedroom, dining room, or laundry room, it's important to make sure your personality comes through in the final design. One way to do that is by making sure to include plenty of decor items in the space. In interior design, decor items are more or less accessories. They often have little functional value other than to add visual interest to the space.

In terms of what counts as decor, there are many options, including:

Wall art and wall hangings.

  1. Throw pillows.
  2. An area rug.
  3. Candles.
  4. Mirrors.
  5. Plants.

The bottom line

Designing a bedroom is no small feat. From choosing the color of your headboard to deciding what type of fabric should go around your window frame, it can seem like there's no end to the decision making in sight. However, if you take the time to do your research and gather some bedroom design ideas, you'll be able to come up with a modern bedroom design that suits your needs and your sense of personal style.

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Whether you’re looking to give your living room a quick refresh or want to completely revamp your home, these five apps can help you get started. Create a stunning look without blowing your budget — no professional interior designer needed.

Guest post by Lori Cunningham

With dozens of decorating apps to choose from and inspiration just a finger touch away, redecorating your home has never been easier. Augmented Reality (AR) now lets you use your phone to see how colors, accessories, and furniture will look in your own house. On the horizon, you can expect to see apps using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to learn your style through your interaction with them.

Whether you’re looking to give your living room a quick refresh or want to completely revamp your home, these five apps can help you get started. Create a stunning look without blowing your budget — no professional interior designer needed.

Houzz: Start with online inspiration

Apps like Pinterest and Instagram have plenty of pictures and designs to start your inspiration journey. However, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, and keeping track of design ideas can be cumbersome.  It&#;s not always simple to buy an item featured in a picture, and you might need to search around to find a similar item. A site like Houzz can help you keep everything organized and in one place.

Houzz covers architecture, interior design, decorating, landscape design, and home improvement. It has over 17 million high-resolution photos, all of which can be filtered by room, style, budget, size, color, or a combination.

 

Many of the pictures have purchasing information on the featured items, allowing you to purchase them within the Houzz app.  You can also save pictures to an “Ideabook” to help keep your style ideas all in one place.

The app uses AR to help you see what an item will look like in your home. Click the &#;View in my room&#; button to see the item in 2D using your phone&#;s camera. 

The Houzz app is free on iOS and Android.

MagicPlan: Create a floor plan from your phone

To ensure that the furniture you plan to purchase fits in the room you&#;d like to decorate, it helps to create a floor plan.  The MagicPlan app lets you input the dimensions of a room by measuring, drawing, or using your phone&#;s camera to create the floor plan.

Once you’ve added your room’s dimensions, you can add doors, windows, structural features, plumbing, appliances, electrical, HVAC, furniture, flooring, and more to your floor plan.  Many of these features are free to use, but there is an in-app cost for things like cabinetry, light switches, and outlets.

When you add MagicPlan&#;s 2D furniture, you can adjust it to the size you want by using your fingers or inputting the dimensions.  You can add your own photos to your floor plan, as well.  

If you are planning to paint or replace the flooring, estimate how much it would cost by clicking “Estimate” for the approximate price. Just remember the estimates do not include the cost of labor.

MagicPlan is free on iOS and Android.

TapPainter: Virtually paint your walls

Swatches from your local home improvement store make it hard to envision the color of the whole room, and buying paint samples can get expensive. The TapPainter app lets you choose paint colors from Benjamin Moore, Behr, Sherwin Williams, and other popular brands.

Use the app to snap pictures of the room you want to paint and try out different colors by entering the code from a paint swatch, choosing a color from one of the brands included, or mixing your own custom color.  You can even add different colors to different walls.

TapPainter is free on iOS.

DécorMatters: Design a room using AR

DecorMatters is an app that lets you virtually add pieces and design elements to a real room.  Take a picture of the room you want to decorate and use AR and the AR ruler to add and measure 3D pieces. This is a simple way to see if a piece you’ve been eyeing will fit. 

The app features items from popular stores like Crate & Barrel, Target, Overstock, West Elm, IKEA, and Ashley, and you can make in-app purchases right from your phone. You can save your ideas to your mood board to share with friends, and the DecorMatters in-app messaging also offers free feedback and suggestions from real DecorMatters interior designers.

DecorMatters is free on iOS.

Art.com: Add some art to your walls

Finally, the Art.com app offers hundreds of frame styles and sizes to help you plan your gallery wall. Use the app to arrange different layouts to see how your gallery wall could look.

Art.com&#;s latest app release also lets you upload your own artwork and family pictures to pair with any style frame, and you can even have them printed on canvas, wood mount, acrylic, and more.

The Art.com app is free on iOS and Android.

It’s easy to create a stunning look that suits your style, all from your phone. These five apps offer the inspiration, confidence, and guidance you need to get started on your redecorating project.

Lori Cunningham is a family tech advocate and contributing writer for Xfinity Mobile. She is a mom to two creative children and started the WellConnectedMom.com to share her passion for technology with others.

Sam is the Content and Multimedia Specialist for Coldwell Banker Real Estate. He is Jersey born and bred, and currently resides in Weehawken, NJ. He is an avid reader, loves Games of Thrones and is a New York Yankees die-hard.

You can follow him on Twitter @World_Shalom

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Jennifer Louise Ebert, Houzz Contributor

Although it can oftentimes seem frustrating and challenging, planning a small bedroom can be fun (honestly). With the right design tips and techniques, you can turn your snug room into a dreamy retreat. From clever storage solutions to multitasking furniture, these great ideas will breathe new life into your compact scheme.

1. Stick to a limited color palette. If all white isn’t for you, bring in your favorite colors, but in a thoughtful way.

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Here, the brights are limited to reds and oranges — which work beautifully with the brick wall and wooden furniture — and are teamed with plenty of white for an airy feel.

2. Let the light in. Keep window treatments to a minimum in a small space to make the most of the natural light and keep the look unfussy. For privacy add plain roller blinds or hang flat panels of lace or voile.

3. Maximize your storage space. A floor-to-ceiling fitted unit makes the most of every inch in this bedroom. It cleverly incorporates room to display treasures, shelves for books, drawers for more personal items, surfaces that act as bedside tables and reading lights. Talk about multitasking!

4. Don’t be afraid to use windows. There’s no rule that says you can’t push furniture up to a window. This bed is tucked neatly at the end of this small loft, rather than blocking the center of the room. Vertical blinds have been made to measure for privacy and to block daylight, and the window offers great reading light in the mornings.

5. Trick the eye with mirrors. Creating the illusion of space with mirrors is a classic trick that works every time. Perfect for smaller bedrooms, a mirrored wall will visually double the space. This one does the job in style, its high position keeping the effect subtle and the antiqued surface looking elegant.

6. Have pieces made to measure. Having custom furniture made for your space can be a very worthwhile investment. This twin bed has been designed to fit under the eaves perfectly, leaving plenty of space in the rest of the room. The built-in drawers and wall-mounted bedside table and light maximize every inch of floor, while a classic transparent chair provides unobtrusive seating.

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7. Detract with a feature wall. In a narrow room, bring the far wall forward with fabulous wallpaper. This pretty design links the pale blue walls and bronze quilt for a room that feels cohesive and has bags of personality.

8. Make your headboard work hard. Using a headboard for storage is a clever way to make the most of your space. This custom solution manages to be a bedside table and bookcase as well as a headboard, and could easily be built to hold a rail and shelves on the opposite side for clothes.

Discover the just-right headboard for your space

9. Go for bold. As the saying goes, “If you can’t fight, wear a big hat.” This attic bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimalist bed and desk area fit in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.

Wow with white. All white is a fail-safe space enhancer, but there are so many ways to do it. Here soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.

Houzz is the leading online platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish - online or…

Houzz is the leading online platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish - online or from a mobile device. From decorating a room to building a custom home, Houzz connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the country and around the world. With the largest residential design database in the world and a vibrant community powered by social tools, Houzz is the easiest way for people to get the design inspiration, project advice, product information and professional reviews they need to help turn ideas into reality.

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The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms on Houzz Right Now

Showstopper ceilings, bold colors and stellar lighting are among the highlights of these trending bedroom photos

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Bryan AnthonyJuly 23,
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This Trending Now story features the most-saved bedroom photos uploaded to Houzz since April 1,

Need inspiration to create a relaxing bedroom oasis at home? Look no farther than this countdown of the 10 most popular bedrooms uploaded to Houzz in the past three months. See how designers have used color, lighting and furniture to elevate these rooms to the next level — but try not to let these envy-inducing rooms keep you up at night.
A Room With a View

The many windows in this Denver master bedroom by Hri Design draw in lots of natural light and provide verdant views, but the inside of the room draws just as much attention. A leather bench, a graphic area rug and custom curtains and shades create a stylish and sophisticated look.

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9. Cool and Colorful

While the light blue carpet and walls of this Los Angles bedroom designed by Alison Kandler are on the cool side of the color spectrum, other accent pieces — such as the coral table lamps, pink pillows and pale yellow four-poster bed — add a little warmth.
8. Rustic Radiance

The scene outside this Salt Lake City bedroom built by Magleby Construction might be chilly, but inside, the vibe is warm and cozy. The ceiling and the wall behind the bed are covered in reclaimed wood planks that add rustic charm. Note that the bed has open shelves at the base to provide storage.

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7. Stunning Ceiling

A vaulted ceiling covered in distressed whitewashed wood creates a dramatic focal point in this Phoenix master bedroom, built by Arcadia Builders. A four-poster bed, pleated linen curtains and a rustic chandelier are among the other stars of the space.
6. White-and-Wood Wonder

This minimalist bedroom in Austin, Texas, was designed by Jameson Interiors. The crisp white walls and simple white bedspread create a modern look, while the wood flooring and midcentury-inspired furniture help warm up the space.
5. Blue Beauty

A custom blue paint from Benjamin Moore sets the tone in this hip Los Angeles master bedroom by designstiles. The white-and-black souk-style rug and white midcentury-inspired dresser provide great contrast against the dark blue walls.
4. Paisley Perfection

This Philadelphia master bedroom designed by Kaminski + Pew features hand-printed paisley grasscloth wallpaper behind the bed. Other highlights include a Turkish area rug and a bench covered in Mongolian sheepskin.
3. Marvelous Millwork

Custom millwork makes this Austin, Texas, bedroom by Christen Ales Interior Design stand out from the pack. The white wainscoting on the walls is accentuated by the navy blue paint above. The ceiling, featuring beadboard and intricate molding, is also a fresh white.
2. Splendid Symmetry

Designer Andrea Lecusay created a symmetrical look in this Hawaii master bedroom by using the same nightstand, table lamp and wall mirror on each side of the bed. A grand crystal chandelier and a framed architectural print above the bed complete the scene.
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