If you have made the decision to remodel your South Bend home, you have some decisions in mind regarding what rooms you’d like to remodel or certain colors. However, there are some tools that you should utilize to make some of the important decisions regarding your new design. Here’s a list of tools that you can find online so you can build a list of things you like or want to stay away from during your remodeling.
- Pinterest: Pinterest has become a very popular website where people can find ideas on nearly everything, include home décor and designs. This makes it very beneficial for homeowners who want to explore various ideas and plans for different rooms in their home. It is a long list of photos so people can get a visual aid of what they like.
- Houzz: Houzz is a website that has over 12 million photos complete with design ideas for homeowners to utilize regarding their remodel. Houzz let’s individuals browse the photos based on colors, size, style, and more.
- ColorSnap: Sherwin-Williams’ ColorSnap® mobile app is perfect for individuals who want to find the perfect color. Adding the right color to your home can be a difference maker, increasing the value of your home and helping to set the overall mood.
Any time you want to remodel different parts of your home, you should take the time to plan accordingly, using resources available to you. You don’t have to go through this alone, trying to plan without help.
At HM Remodeling, we are available to answer your questions and help you design the perfect options for you. We are dedicated to making your home as comfortable as you want it and achieve your dream home. At the end of the day, you can utilize these tools to come up with your ideas and come to us for the help you need.
Call us today to schedule your service with our team.
About the Author: Dave Sipp, HM Remodeling
Dave Sipp owns HM Remodeling with his wife, Janet. He specializes in kitchen and bathroom remodeling services and has recently expanded the business’ offered services into interior design and home furnishing. Dave takes a “whole home” approach to remodeling, striving to create a cohesive appearance and feel for a home.