Houzz is a fabulous social media platform highly regarded in the design industry. It continues to grow as a unique site where interior designers, contractors, builders and architects can connect with each other, share their visions and find inspiration from over half a million photos.
Through Houzz, you can interact with potential clients, provide them with solutions to common design conundrums, share quality images of your work and connect with over 65,000 other design professionals. And in terms of getting a lay of the interior design field, there are few online platforms with as many portfolios and images as Houzz.
Furthermore, Houzz is connected to other social media platforms like Facebook, Tumblr and Pinterest, so users can share their favorite designs on different websites. As an industry user, you can create a profile with key information about your business. Displaying your past projects is a great way to show what you’re capable of as a designer. All in all, Houzz is a crucial tool in fostering a rich, successful career. And if fully used to the best of your abilities, Houzz can serve as a calling card to clients, vendors and interior designers.
At Gabby, we too believe in building a strong presence on social media platforms, including Houzz. We use this website regularly to showcase our custom transitional designs. Take a look below at some of our favorite pieces we’ve highlighted on the site.
This gorgeous living room contains Gabby’s vintage-inspired Reagan Chair. The chair’s pristine nailhead trim and high-backed presidential style make it a worthy addition to any elegant, transitional space.
When it came time to post some of our favorite light fixtures, we made sure to include the lovely Katrina Chandelier. The dappled cream and silver toned finishes appear simple and sophisticated, while the flower shaped accents and curved arms give it an air of whimsical, old-fashioned style.
Hanging mirrors compliment the furniture and walls in this home, bringing an overall design scheme together. Our transitional mirrors are modern in design with a distinctly antique feel. For example, the Maggie Mirror can create a focal point in any room with its quatrefoil shape inspired by 17th century Baroque cathedrals.
Storage doesn’t have to be a nightmare with cabinets by Gabby. Our storage pieces are both functional and fashionable, while bringing organization and beauty to a space. For a touch of French style, our Caroline Chest boasts hand painted, burlap drawer fronts, delicate beadwork and artfully carved legs.
Which of these designs would you like to work with in your next project? Let us know in the comments section below!