Interior Design Websites

 

Debbe Daley Designs - Lowell, MA

Debbe Daley is an interior designer, design educator and author for The Huffington Post. Her home page contains large, compelling photographs that show off her skills and a title that clearly outlines her service offerings. Galleries allow readers to click on images so that they can be viewed in full-screen mode. The copy was written to contain highly searched, low competition keywords, detailed project descriptions and a blog to improve her search engine rank and get her firm found by prospects conducting an online search.


Brad Weesner Interior Design - Baltimore, MD

Brad Weesner has an interior design practice that caters to high net worth residential clients and commercial firms in Baltimore, MD and Washington DC. We created a gallery forward website that contains detailed information on his professional experience, design process, and aesthetic philosophy. The website has photography that illustrates a luxurious and elegant interior design aesthetic. The copywriting shows how daily living is compatible with his high-end approach and style.


Elements of Style Interiors - Greensboro, NC

Jessica Dauray has a multifaceted business that includes an interior design practice, retail operation and consulting services where she provides buying trips to The High Point International Furniture Market. She requested a clean, timeless design with an elegant typeface and the ability to share images on Pinterest. Galleries were structured to allow visitors to view photographs by the project and in a separate gallery, by the type of room. We wrote all of the copy for the website as well as a set of blog articles designed to increase Elements of Style website's search engine rank. We were engaged by Jessica to assist with a name change for the firm. Elements of Style became Jessica Dauray Interiors.  The change entailed implementing content changes on the site, retitling all images and replacing the logo throughout her website and social media channels


Interior Design Marketing School - Webster, NH

IDMS is a collaboration between Means-of-Production and BigThinkery, a design firm based in Concord, NC. We want all interior design business owners to have a working knowledge of online and traditional marketing best practices so that they can attract better clients. We show how to use technology to reduce marketing costs and generate a positive return. The marketing tactics discussed includes, search engine optimization, blogging, website design, Houzz and architectural photography. We're building a set of courses that show you the best tools to use, how to create a repeatable process and the best ways to track daily progress.

 

Builder and Developer Websites

 

HSU Builders - Gaithersburg, MD

HSU Builders is a construction firm known for it's work for the Federal government and the nation's largest private sector companies. HSU has worked on several thousand projects in the United States and internationally. High profile governmental projects include The Pentagon Building, The National Marine Corps Memorial - Iwo Jima and The West Wing Press Room. HSU contacted M-o-P after having run into problems with a squarespace website and requested a consultation to review the design and information architecture. During our conversation with the marketing team, we developed a scope of work and action plan. M-o-P created construction project galleries, a new homepage, and implemented an architecture that helped visitors find what they were looking for fast. As part of the design we implemented code that made images more dynamic and encouraged visitors to click through to the most important projects within the website.


Dube Plus Construction - Hampstead, NH

Dube Plus is a family business that began as a yellow steel construction firm building roads and installing septic systems. Owner Tom Dube has grown his firm and now has six divisions including new home construction, additions and renovations, insurance restoration and land sales. We developed a website architecture that enabled readers to find the division they needed instantly using large image based call-to-actions on the home page. The site has photography portfolios that are divided into two categories, by room type, and by the project. This approach allows prospects seeking a kitchen remodel to just view the kitchen images but also provides the option to see the complete project.


Front Light Building Company - Habersham, SC

Front Light Building Co. is a planned community in coastal South Carolina. We were brought in prior to ground being broken and asked to build a website that helped sell the idea of southern genteel charm. Through a collaboration with architectural rendering firm, Village Features 3D we were able to build a website that through images and copywriting illustrated South Carolina Lowcountry living. To do this we featured architectural details like exposed rafters, tin roofs and porches and we wrote a series of blog articles that described the charm of the location. The website and blog articles were created before the developer broke ground on the project.


Domus Inc. - Hanover, NH

Domus is a residential design-build firm providing new construction, large renovations, additions and remodeling services to homeowners seeking the highest quality. They service the Upper Valley region in New Hampshire and Vermont. Owners Wendy and Bill Williamson requested a portfolio driven website that provided readers access to all of their galleries on every page. This was accomplished using gallery links on a multi-page sidebar and segmenting galleries by project and room type. On page search engine optimization was improved with informational pages that provide details on construction financing, explains the design-build process and highlights location in the community service pages.


Al Tamimi Investments - Dubai, UAE

ATI is an investment firm with real estate, manufacturing, retail, healthcare and fashion industry holdings. They requested a website be built on spec for a luxury villa that would contain both long and short-term rental units. The design called for large bold images that highlighted the sense of place and a third party booking software that integrated with third party software like VRBO, Flipkey, and Booking.com. Though the project did not move forward, and the site is no longer live, we like the work enough to show it here as still images.

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Additional Website Examples

 

Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture -Cambridge, MA

Kimberly Mercurio is a high-end residential landscape architect working on Cape Cod and Eastern Massachusetts. She needed a new website that would appeal to high net worth clients and could track traditional marketing and advertising initiatives on Houzz, Google AdWords, and New England Home Magazine. Landing pages with lead capture forms were built to ensure ad spend generated a return. The website homepage is her primary portfolio on the site. Interior pages contain content designed to increase organic visibility in search engines and Kimberly hired us to take architectural photography of projects completed in Cambridge, MA and on Cape Cod.


Island Lifestyles - Orleans, MA

Sharon and Robert Walther founded their Cape Cod based outdoor comfort and patio furniture retail store in 1989. They requested a website that would capture a sense of the coastal lifestyle and help attract summer residents seeking high-quality upscale outdoor furniture. The website features comfort seating, outdoor dining furniture and Eco Adirondack Chairs made from poly lumber. This website was designed with the goal of making it an e-commerce site in its next iteration. We are currently writing blog articles for the website that will help them attract new clients through search engine optimization. 


Irish Electric - Hopkinton, NH

Darragh Madden emigrated from Dublin, Ireland in 2000. He founded Irish Electric upon his arrival and has grown his business to 25 employees. Darragh's competitors have websites that are mostly unmemorable. An electrical cord as a logo and images of trucks are common. We built on Darragh's existing identity of the Celtic knot and Irish brogue with green clover keeping his firm top-of-mind without resorting to cliche or Irish kitsch.


The Villages of Citrus Hills - Hernando, FL

The Villages of Citrus Hills is a large scale 50+ development located just north of Tampa Fl. They have been a marketing consultation client for years and we have helped them create an inbound marketing process that's driven exponential sales growth. Doug Wornick, their Director of Marketing, asked for a website to convince existing property owners that have never built a home that now the best time to build on the land they owned is now. The result was a website called, "Live the Dream" which was designed to encourage email marketing opt-ins right from the home page. Click here to learn more about the website we built for Citrus Hills.


Pinnacle Rock HVAC - Nashua, NH

Eugene Hennessy had more work than he could keep up with providing build out services to national chain restaurants and retailers. His online presence is less about attracting new work and more about conveying identity to his existing clients. What he needed was a brand forward website that was striking and set him apart from the crowd of typical HVAC providers. Pinnacle Rock asked for a parallax design website that would be remembered by his big brand clients.