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Square One: Good Home Design Starts Here

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Fine Homebuilding is On Pinterest

comments (2) February 21st, 2012 in Blogs
RYagid Rob Yagid , senior editor

This is is what the Fine Homebuilding Pinterest page looks like. Here you can view all of our boards. Follow us on Pinterest or check back often, because there are many more boards in the works.
Here is an example of one of our boards. This is our Cabinets & Built-ins board. You can repin photos that you like to your own boards, comment on the photos or like the photos. Clicking on the photo will take you directly to the source of the photo.
Youll recognize some of the houses on our HOUSES board from the magazine. Others youve never seen before.
This is is what the Fine Homebuilding Pinterest page looks like. Here you can view all of our boards. Follow us on Pinterest or check back often, because there are many more boards in the works.Click To Enlarge

This is is what the Fine Homebuilding Pinterest page looks like. Here you can view all of our boards. Follow us on Pinterest or check back often, because there are many more boards in the works.


We're on Pinterest!

 I have had a personal Pinterest page for a while now. I use it to organize design details that I like or that I'd one day like to incorporate into my home. What is Pinterest exactly? Well, this is how they explain it. "Pinterest is a virtual pinboard. Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web." What they don't tell you is that it's incredibly addicting. Spend just a little bit of time browsing the site (you can search key terms, or sort photos by topic) and you'll get an overwhelming dose of inspiration. Rob Wotzak and I created the Fine Homebuilding Pinterest page last week and I've been busy creating boards ever since. Boards are collections of photos based on categories. For example, if you're looking for built-in options, check out our Cabinets & Built-ins board. It's loaded with great photos. Looking for a new flooring material in your kitchen? Check out either our Kitchens & Baths board or our Flooring board. 

 You can check out our boards by clicking here. You don't have to have a Pinterest account to browse.

 
Be sure to follow us and come back often, because I'll be adding more boards, more photos and more design inspiration than you'll be able to handle.



posted in: Blogs, remodeling, architecture, kitchen, additions, contemporary, outdoor spaces, living room, craftsman, cottage, home office, attic, ranch, laundry room, shingle style, cape cod, federal

Comments (2)

RYagid RYagid writes: Hey Geoffrey,
I think there is a way to register without an invite. However, I'll send you an invitation so you can start following along. Have fun pinning...

-Rob
Posted: 7:32 am on March 6th

grid14 grid14 writes: I've been on the waiting list for awhile now, is it possible for you to send me an invitation? geoffrey.conley@gmail.com
Posted: 8:47 am on February 27th

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