The endless supply of digital files we come across everyday may seem like an intimidating way to gather design inspiration. However, renovation and remodeling projects – like a full-scale kitchen upgrade – are best organized via social networking sites, such as Pinterest and Houzz. After all, the best way to share your design aesthetic with a potential contractor is through a visual illustration.

Essentially, Pinterest is a visual board that allows users to ‘pin’ images from fellow designers. However, you can also pin pictures from other sites for a more personalized board. Organizing your inspirations by categorizing each board with a specific name based on style or mood is a great way to keep your thoughts clutter-free!

To make things easier for project managers and other kitchen renovators, our own Pinterest account gives users easy access to Kitchen Trader’s luxury kitchen designs. For instance, our pinboards are organized to reflect our most prominent collections and designs – custom kitchen, farmhouse kitchens, Clive Christian Victorian kitchen and luxury kitchen add-ons. In the end, the main purpose of our Pinterest account is to give people a sense of what our luxury kitchens can bring to their homes.

Houzz is another useful resource for those taking on full-scale remodeling projects. In fact, Houzz co-founders Adi Tatarko and Alon Cohen launched the site as a result of their own remodeling project. Consisting of professional architects, interior designers and kitchen remodelers, this site is a great home design database for renovators. Users can click on an image to learn more about the designer and can even ask a question to learn about specific products tagged in a photo.

Anyone looking for full kitchen remodeling inspiration can peruse Kitchen Trader’s Houzz profile for categorized project photos (Clive Christian Edwardian with La Cornue Cornufe Range, Country Estate Kitchen & Butler’s Pantry and Varenna Time Kitchen).

If you’re trying to find inspiration for your full kitchen remodeling project, make sure to browse through our Pinterest and Houzz accounts! For more details about our luxury kitchens, contact us at one of our four locations across the country.