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Houzz added this to Got a Design Dilemma? Talk Amongst Yourselves
The Discussions page is a place where homeowners share their remodeling experience, find professionals to hire, help other homeowners solve problems and brainstorm design ideas. It’s also where pros find clients, network, offer advice and hone their problem-solving skills. And the feedback can be generous and ongoing. (“I need desperate help with decorating” has well over 3,000 comments and counting.)Whether you have a question about a project, want to connect with other design lovers, or just need some support as you renovate, here's how to get the most out of Houzz's Discussions forum.1. Post a Design DilemmaThis is the main allure of the forum. Got a problem that you can’t solve alone? Upload a photo and let the Houzz community weigh in. Users can leave comments, offer suggestions and help you navigate choices for your home remodeling project. How to get more responses on your post: Keep your title brief. Pose a clear question. Include at least one photo (you can post up to four, but you can always leave more in the comments on your own post.) Post a link to your dilemma on your Twitter and Facebook accounts to get more participation.Tips for commenting on posts: If you copy and paste a web link from a Houzz photo into a comment, the photo will automatically appear in your comment. Likewise, if you copy and paste an Ideabook link, a photo from that Ideabook will appear in your comment. It's a great way to share ideas and advice with other Houzz users.