All About Houzz

Whozz on Houzz?

So, you Tweet on Twitter, Hangout on Google+ Hangouts, and Pin on Pinterest. I won't even ask about Facebook, Instagram, Periscope, or Blab. But are you on Houzz? If not, why not? For those engaged in the design community, with over 35 million unique views per month, Houzz could become your #1 source of new business!

Houzz

Here's how Houzz describes its business:

Houzz has built a marketplace for home products and professional services. By integrating content, community and commerce, and by bringing all industry players together (service providers, homeowners, manufacturers, brands, etc.), Houzz has created an ecosystem for home renovation and design.

If you're business is related to architecture, home building, home renovation, improvement, or design, then Houzz could easily become your best social media tool. Houzz has a very holistic approach to the industry and to running a social platform. Here are the fundamental elements of the Houzz business model:

  • Photo Database
  • IdeaBooks
  • Editorial Content
  • Professional Directory

Though Houzz started as a mobile app, and still gets extraordinary wide use in the mobile environment, Houzz has become the overall largest website and online community in the home design, decorating, and improvement industry regardless of platform.

If you're already using Houzz, please leave us a note in the comments section describing your Houzz experience. How long have you been on Houzz? How are you using Houzz? Are you making new connections, getting views, engaging with contemporaries in your field? Share your experiences with us. We'd love to hear from you.


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New Scottsdale Builder Design Studio

Arizona Wholesale Supply Launches NEW Selection Center for Builders

New Builder Design Studio and New Major Appliance Showroom

Two Separate Showrooms – One Great Company

To meet the diverse needs of new home builders for homebuyer selection centers, and to also satisfy various major appliance clients, Arizona Wholesale Supply has created a dual showroom concept at the Scottsdale Design Center.

Appliance Showroom

Appliance Showroom

Builder Design Studio

Builder Design Studio

The existing Arizona Wholesale Supply Scottsdale appliance showroom has been remodeled and updated with a fresh look and new appliances. In addition, an adjacent showroom suite has been converted into a homebuilder selection center. In this all new builder design studio design consultants working by appointment assist homebuyers in selecting their options and upgrades. This new facility has a broad selection of floor covering products – carpet, tile, hardwoods, etc. as well as many other design and decorator options, eg. window treatments, countertops, closet organizers, cabinets, backsplashes, and more.

View the Arizona Wholesale Supply unique “two showrooms in one” approach by clicking on the brief video below:

For more information on the various builder services available call Bill Parks at Arizona Wholesale Supply 602 258-7901. To schedule an appointment at the appliance showroom call your nearest showroom below.


Call or visit the experts today at Arizona Wholesale Supply .

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Phoenix 602 258-7901, Scottsdale 480 596-0092, Tucson 520 795-4663

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Medieval Style

Everyone’s taste is different and every home has its own flavor. This homeowner is enamored of a medieval look, and every element of this room shows it.

Most of us don’t have the architectural elements to create a room this focused on one period, but if you are drawn to this era, there are choices you can make to create a castle feeling in your own home.

What can you borrow from this room to make your own home carry images of another time? One easily captured feature comes from the slate flooring. With slate, every piece is different and the rough texture and rich selection of tones and colors provided by slate supports a castle theme. A floor like this is more than a background – it catches the eye and adds drama.

The gothic arched window may seem like it comes from another time, but several window manufacturers make windows with this classic shape in a variety of sizes. Most window covering companies can provide options for a window this shape, and it definitely adds to the medieval feel of the room. Surrounds in stone and other materials will turn your standard-looking fireplace into a hearth that also supports the look.

Stone-carved art, or resin reproductions, bring the image of another time to the forefront. Finally, tapestry fabric on the furniture combined with tapestry hangings complete the medieval look.

If you dream of the days of yore, why not take advantage of design choices that make your home your castle?