40,321 brand Home Design Photos

Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
Ideabooks1,416
Questions0
Feeney CableRail -- brand that Houzz mentions
deferring to the view is to use a cable system. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening
Cable Guardrails: Feeney makes the most recognizable brands - CableRail. Space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.
more common means of deferring to the view is to use a cable system. There are many types and sizes to choose from. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less
more common means of deferring to the view is to use a cable system. There are many types and sizes to choose from. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less
“see thru rail” — Kathryn Hogan
Sett Studio
5 Reviews
92 Square Foot Backyard Office
Ideabooks7,431
Questions1
This photo has my name written all over it! It's innovative, yet so close to nature. This photo represents me as a brand...clean & simple.
you do contributes toward the building of your brand. Your brand precedes you. Recognize this even in simple daily tasks — sending an email, how you word your contract or the About page on your website, and of course posting to social media. Your brand speaks for you when you’re not there. It’s a powerful
development? Think about benefits, not features. If you’re still stuck, try researching the companies you admire with a strong brand and note the characteristics of their brand that you’d most like to emulate. If you’re still struggling, ask those around you about the qualities they most associate with
“slate Ledger on Wall of studio outside” — roshando
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
Formica Counter
Ideabooks610
Questions3
The counter shown here is made from Formica brand laminate, that unfairly maligned material. Formica brand laminate has been been a popular counter material for the hundred or so years since its invention for a very good reason
The counter shown here is made from Formica brand laminate, that unfairly maligned material. Formica brand laminate has been been a popular counter material for the hundred or so years since its invention for a very good reason. It's resilient, heat-resistant, easy to clean and a lot less expensive than
“quarter round” — Colleen Clayton
OKB Architecture
3 Reviews
Avon Avenue
Ideabooks3,148
Questions2
A brand takes time to establish. Remember that even the big brands, the Apples and Coca-Colas of the world, started where you are today. Brands evolve over time. Little steps can divide the larger task into manageable portions. To take action: Begin defining your brand. Develop an ideal
you want it to?Never forget that you’re an architect, and creative problem solving is at the heart of what you do best. Put that to use in crafting a brand that uniquely speaks to what you do well. Then get to work on that logo of yours.Next: The Basics of Marketing Your Design BusinessMore: 10 Things
“new build” — eyon87
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks1,990
Questions5
Please, what paint brand color and finish we're used on both the wall and trim? Thank you!
Hi - the floor is 3/4" thick red oak. It was stained a combination of dark brown and ebony from Duraseal. Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen.
Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen. Cardea Building Co. Hi - the floor is 3/4" thick red oak. It was stained a combination of dark brown and ebony from Duraseal. Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top
3/4" thick red oak. It was stained a combination of dark brown and ebony from Duraseal. Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen.
“Art” — jenshouzz
Cheng Design
2 Reviews
House 6 - Menlo Park
Ideabooks220
Questions0
Branding. This has been a theme throughout this series, because that’s the primary asset that you’re building. Your brand is your business, and everything you do contributes to your brand image. Branding costs can be substantial for established companies, from letterhead and logo design to everything
early branding. Print your own business cards, design your logo and develop your marketing materials in-studio. You’ll have the time early on while you’re pursuing and qualifying leads and laying the groundwork for your firm. Fine-tune your strategy as you take on projects and build your brand, pivoting
It’s important to lay claim to your business’ slice of online real estate for many reasons; chief among them is that it’s an integral part of your brand’s identity and a powerful tool you can leverage to develop and qualify leads. Houzz also offers a no-cost website creator that is an alternative to
“exposed concrete as design statement” — gowrireddy
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
18th
Ideabooks2,337
Questions7
Know your vintage brands. When you are shopping for a vintage appliance, familiarize yourself with some of the most popular brands from the period that interests you. Shown here is a fully restored vintage Magic Chef stove. Other brands to watch for include Wedgewood, Hotpoint
“lights” — retrosteph87
sak designs
1 Review
private residence
Ideabooks3,317
Questions5
client. This is a substantial investment of resources for both parties. You’ll be investing time and building your brand, so make sure it’s a project that meets your design sensibilities and brand’s mission. If it doesn’t, you’ll not only be doing yourself a disservice, but you won’t be meeting the client’s
“book shelves” — ttauheed
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