Correct me if I’m wrong, but you probably wouldn’t buy a property that reads “The roof leaks, the floor creaks, and there’s a terrible draft.” But “literally the worst house on the street” surely would catch your attention. And then you’d start scrolling, only to see… it’s kinda not so bad!
So when the realtor Philippa Main from Tampa Bay, Florida penned this 826sqft listing description in Zephyrhills, FL, it was a question of time until it would go viral. Its brutal honesty, zero wish-wash, and excellent sense of humor made it into somewhat of a best home listing description for the very worst house.
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Is your website working? Is it attracting lots of visitors, lots of “buzz,” and lots of business?
If you are like most interior design professionals, you probably invested a hefty sum for your site. Are you getting a good return on that investment? Is it getting you the kind of projects and clients that you want and need?
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Touch of Modern, the members-only e-commerce site focused on selling lifestyle products for men, may have caught on to a trend nobody else was expecting.
Colored toilet paper.
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Interior design used to be an exclusive luxury only available to the rich and famous. Now, companies like Laurel & Wolf have revolutionized the interior design industry as an easy and affordable online platform. Here are some before and after transformation photos that demonstrate the wonders of online interior design.
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Have you ever tried choosing paint for your room, but not sure how it would look on your wall? The best way is to buy 2-3 samples of the paint, which are really cheap, and wait for it to dry. The paint chips, samples, and the dried paint would have slight color variations. The true color is the dried paint on the wall(s) it goes on!
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Have you ever been stuck in choosing the right color palette for your home? An easy way to come up with a color palette and stick with it is to think of the artist’s color wheel.
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The ASID Chapter Leadership Conference (CLC) at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center provided two days of keynotes, education, training, idea sharing, and networking. Many dedicated ASID chapter leaders engaged with peers, thought leaders, and the Society’s national board and staff making this year’s training the strongest and well-attended Chapter Leadership Conferences. An impressive number of ASID chapters participated in the conference which brought together a diverse group of designers and industry partners from across the country to share their passion and vision for how to make the Society and its chapters even stronger.
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Autodesk, Inc., an American multinational software corporation that makes softwares for various fields such as interior design, architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, etc, became best known for AutoCAD but now creates a vast range of softwares for design, engineering, and entertainment as well as a line of software for consumers, including Maya and 3ds Max.
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Whether you have just started your Interior Design business or have been at it for years, there is always room to grow. The key to success for small business owners is the right marketing, and interior designers are no exception.
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