The Ideas Factory: Pinterest

22 Feb 2022

Considering a home renovation in Perth but need a little inspiration? Let pinterest be your ideas factory, it’s fantastic platform to help you create a styling plan for your dream house extension or renovation in Perth. With Pinterest, you can easily tailor and customise boards to reflect your style.

 

Pinterest allows you to organise your mood board into rooms, colours schemes, appliances, and ultimately help communicate more about you. It’s a fabulous way to visualise and plan your renovation project and provide our designers and architects with invaluable insight that capture your wants and needs aptly. Talk about vibe check.

 

So how do we harness the power of this innovative social media platform to transform your home renovation project in Perth?

 

Step One: join Pinterest

The first thing you’ll need to do is create a Pinterest account. Once you’ve signed up, make the first board for your project.

 

Organisation is the key to effective Pinterest use. Whether you’re planning on a whole-house renovation or s home extension, you can create different boards for different rooms (kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, laundry, etc.). You can choose whether to make these boards public or private. You can also add people to the board to provide extra input. This is very helpful for the Addstyle team as it lets them get a deeper understanding of your preferred aesthetic. 

 

Step Two: follow inspirational boards.

One of the most satisfying aspects of Pinterest is that it lets you follow other users. Simply use the search box (for example, “contemporary home renovation”) to find hundreds of different boards for inspiration.

 

Step Three: curate your dream home renovation

Once you have the hang of it, Pinterest allows you to present your new home renovation specialist with a concise, curated selection of elements you’d like to include in your home. This collection can help inform the whole design of your home transformation, and here at Addstyle, we love looking through boards with our clients. We even have a few of our own.

 

Step Four: share your collection with your home renovation builder

Sharing your boards with us is one of the easiest ways to understand what you want clearly. The key is being specific. Don’t be afraid to show which elements you love and those you want to avoid.

Bring them to out design studio and let your creativity flow. Ready to get started on your home renovation or home extension in Perth? Head over to Pinterest to create an account or call us anytime for more information.

 

Choose Addstyle to bring your home renovation dream to life

Addstyle Master Builders is proud of our reputation as Perth’s home renovation and home extension specialist. For over 30 years we’ve delivered hundreds of home improvements, with extraordinary results.

 

Get in touch today to discuss your home renovation and discover why we are Western Australia’s most awarded home renovation builder and designer.

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