Tackle your bathroom renovation with Pinterest
(NC) Are you eager to start the bathroom make-over but not sure where to begin? Consider creating a 'mood board' with Pinterest to organize your Internet research and photos.
Here are some tips for using this popular social media application to find paint colours, faucets, DIY guidance, and for learning how to maximize the space:
Pinterest is a pinboard style website that allows you to create and manage photo collections representing categories of interest such as DIY's or renovation projects. Whether you are looking for paint colours, faucets, DIY tips or how to maximize your space, Pinterest can help with the job. Here are some tips on how to make this great social media application work for your next project:
• Create a new board for your project and choose whether you want to make the board public for others to comment and add feedback, or if you prefer to keep it private (for the big reveal!).
• Use broad search terms when initially researching inspirational images, such as 'traditional bathroom' or 'freestanding tub'.
• If you've found an image of a bathroom you like, be sure to search similar pins for like-minded designs, or DIY tips.
• Consider following personalities that best reflect your style whether it's interior designers, TV celebrities, or even brands that sell products you're looking for such as Delta Faucet.
• Remember to leave notes in your personal pins, such as what you liked about the image for future reference.
• Be sure to add the Pinterest 'Pin It' button to your browser if you happen to come across products that might be a fit for your mood board.
With these simple tips, gathering inspiration for your next bathroom renovation is sure to be a cinch – and be sure to remember to post a picture of your finalized renovation with hopes of motivating others.
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