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4 Websites to Help You Redecorate Your Home

Anthony Malafronte

TEAM LEADER and HEAD of STUFF @ My Tampa Agent, Anthony has been a resident of Tampa Bay for over 23 years...

TEAM LEADER and HEAD of STUFF @ My Tampa Agent, Anthony has been a resident of Tampa Bay for over 23 years...

Jan 24 3 minutes read

Either way, when it comes to redecorating your Tampa Bay home, if you’re having a hard time coming up with ideas, these four websites can help.


Houzz is a full-service decorating website. They post ideas, trends, and information for every part of your home. Once you’ve settled on an idea or a dozen, you can find local professionals to help you make your vision a reality. Better yet, you’ll see pictures and reviews so you have an idea about the company before you call. See something you like on the website? They even have a shop feature so you don’t have to hunt around for what you see on the website. 


We can’t be the only one glued to HGTV when they’re tearing homes apart, fixing them, and, yes, selling them, are we? From the organization that details everything home and garden, it should come as no surprise that this is the place to find out the best way to use blue in your home, those Pin-worthy projects you should tackle, or how to make your kitchen shine. From simple to luxurious, HGTV is a resource to use for your next home makeover.

My Home Ideas

Sometimes you need ideas for the biggest changes like that new bathroom in the master suite, and sometimes you just need a little inspiration for your front door or a kitchen faucet. My Home Ideas covers all of that, plus offers calculators to help you figure out how much paint you’ll need for your bedroom, how many tiles will cover the floor, and how much carpet will take care of the bedroom. 

House Beautiful

Want unique ideas for every part of your home? You can find it on House Beautiful. Want to know trends and styles from around the world? You’ll find that, too. Add in beautiful photos, the latest trends, plenty of news about beautiful homes, and you may end up with too many ideas for your house. Don’t worry, that just means you’ll be ready when it’s time to buy a second home.

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