Soucie Horner Houzz profile highlights some of our favorite luxury design ideas that are our viewer’s favorites too. Get the look at Soucie Horner, Ltd.

Get The Look: Houzz

We all have our favorites. What we gravitate towards, what moves us, what inspires us is subjective. But some things garner more attention than others and we’re always curious which of our designs catches a viewer’s eye more than others. If you aren’t familiar with Houzz and are an interior design lover, we highly recommend visiting the site. If you’re looking for inspiration or resources for a home design project, Houzz is an efficient and incredibly useful starting point. Whether it’s a micro project and you need to find a custom bookcase for the living room or a complete remodel of your current home, Houzz provides a community of homeowners and industry professional at your fingertips. For homeowners, it’s a useful tool to create mood boards (ideabooks) and connect with designers, architects and contractors.

Get the Look: Library Ladders

There is always that hard to reach place in your home where you have to lug out the very unattractive, yet necessary and functional ladder. It could be a storage space lofted above a room, a home library or built in bookcase showcasing antiquities and relics from your travels, a wine cellar or exposed kitchen shelving. The solution to that Home Depot ladder tucked away in the utility closet? Library ladders, of course.

"Steve Jobs once said 'Design isn’t just design – it’s the way things work.' We couldn’t agree more."

- Shea Soucie
Michigan Avenue home. Glamorous, refined, luxurious, and even kid-friendly. Chicago luxury interior design and architecture by Soucie Horner, Ltd.

Get the Look: Kid’s Rooms

No longer are the days that parents are relegated to the notion that they need to choose either blue or pink when decorating their child’s room. Avoid the cliché of focusing on gender centric colors and themes.

Get the Look: Wallcoverings & Wallpaper

From subtle to bold, intricate to simple and colorful to neutral, it’s no longer a question of whether you should or shouldn’t cover your walls with wallcoverings or wallpaper but rather, what print or style should be used? We’re certainly not saying you should cover...