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This Abandoned House featured on Houzz

Posted on 9/23/2013 by Maggie Marystone in inspiration afterphotos planning
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I wish I had known about Houzz when we began planning our renovation. You can create different Idea Books to keep track of ideas you have for your project. You can also browse through other people's Idea Books, save their photos to your own Idea Book, or comment on photos you like.

Like Pinterest, Houzz offers a bookmarklet to help you easily send photos you find on the web straight to your Houzz Idea Book. It's a great site for inspiration.

Take a look at our photos below, or start a new Houzz Idea Book of your own!

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