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How to make an attractive interior design website
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If you don't have a website for your interior design business, you could be missing out on clients. Your business may not be seen as credible and professional without one. A website can help you market your business, schedule appointments, and answer questions. Here are a few tips:

— make sure your website is up-to-date and reflects your current style
It's important to keep your website up-to-date so that it reflects your current style. This way, you'll attract new visitors and keep existing ones coming back for more. Keep your content fresh and relevant, and make sure your design is modern and engaging.
— use high-quality images that showcase your work in the best light possible

When it comes to showcasing your work, high-quality images are key. Images that show your work in the best possible light will help you attract attention and boost your credibility.

Investing in quality photography or hiring a professional photographer to take pictures of your work is a great way to make sure that your images are top-notch. In addition to taking great pictures, be sure to edit them well and choose only the best ones to showcase on your website or portfolio.

— keep your website simple and easy to navigate so that visitors can easily find the information they're looking for

A website should be easy to navigate so that visitors can find the information they are looking for quickly and easily. A well-organized website will have a simple design and clear navigation so that users can move around the site without getting lost.

- your portfolio should be a reflection of the work you want to do

I believe it's crucial to only include projects in your portfolio that you want to be known for, not every single one you've done. This will help attract similar types of projects in the future. Keep in mind, this is your portfolio; it's not a magazine article. Only select the best photos from each project to include. If you feel the need to include them all — do so on a blog post instead of your portfolio.

- your website should be focused on your client, not you

Think about what they want to see and what would be most useful for them. Showcase your work in a way that is relevant to them and make it easy for them to find the information they need.