I’ve lived in my current house for about eight months now, and I’m glad that the buying, moving, and settling process is complete. If you’ve been reading Chris Pirillo’s blog, then I’m sure you’ve noticed that he’s been busy dealing with New House Syndrome. Buying a house is only a portion of the work, because once you move in, you then have to furnish and design it. In my mind (and bank account) less is more, and I’m going to try and stick with that for a decent amount of time. I’m in no hurry to renovate and remodel anything, but I know that for many of you, it’s a year-round process that you love to hate. Before you actually go out to the store and make vital buying decisions, plan and design your space online with MyDesignIn.
If you start searching online, you’re sure to find a variety of products that you’d like to use in your home, and by using MyDesignIn’s visual bookmarking tool, you can save products from any Web site for use in your design. This home improvement service then allows you to easily create an interactive floor plan that matches the actual floor plan that you’re trying to replicate. Once your blueprint is created, you use the products that you’ve saved to fill it up and find the right balance that you’re looking for. When you’ve gone as far as you can go in terms of design, share the blueprint with family, friends, and the professionals that can help make it a reality to get their input. It was only a matter of time before home improvement became an online social network.
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