Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 2, 2008
The fast, interactive "Discover Your Kitchen Style" quiz at HomeOpinion.com uses kitchen photos to help homeowners determine the kitchen design they like best and then find local kitchen remodeling professionals and suppliers. HomeOpinion.com, a community-driven home improvement resource, provides a forum for asking and answering remodeling questions, finding design ideas, and locating professional contractors (http://www.homeopinion.com/kitchen_design/imgquiz_sh).
"A picture really is worth a thousand words," said Aurelie Guerrieri. "Most homeowners haven't studied architecture or design but know immediately, when they look at a picture, what they like and don't like. The 'Discover Your Kitchen Style' quiz makes it easy for homeowners to learn about their preferences and make happy choices in their kitchen remodeling."
HomeOpinion.com's "Discover Your Kitchen Style" quiz leads visitors through six web pages. Each page contains 11 color photos corresponding to 11 different kitchen styles: old world Euro, farmhouse, lodge, French provincial, elegant, urban minimalist, cottage, American country, arts and crafts, eclectic and contemporary. On each page, visitors are asked to choose their favorite photo of kitchen design components: appliances, cabinets, countertops, floors, lighting and windows.
Visitors don't need to know the names of the kitchen styles--they just click on the ones that appeal to them most strongly. Page seven of the quiz provides an immediate analysis of the visitor's kitchen design choices: for example, "You are mostly 'American country,' but also a little bit 'cottage.'" The site explains the style terms to help homeowners translate their preferences into the kitchen of their dreams. For homeowners hesitant to do it all themselves, the site also makes it easy to contact kitchen remodeling professionals and suppliers.
HomeOpinion.com offers homeowners a place to connect with each other, get new ideas, and share home improvement experiences online. Through their common experiences, homeowners can fully explore the renovation process.