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As homeowners we strive — sometimes struggle — to create our ideal environment. With the myriad of options available for furniture, paint colors, and window treatments, and the dizzying array of kitchen and bath possibilities, navigating the marketplace can be overwhelming.
Fortunately, a multitude of smartphone and iPad apps help make designing and decorating our homes much easier and far more exciting than ever before. The offerings include apps that serve to inspire with endless photo galleries replete with furniture resources; other applications supply detailed how-to guides for every home improvement project imaginable.
These apps are some of our favorites out there: The app is similar to the site in that it features an extensive catalog of photos listed by room.
You can bookmark designs in your own idea book. The app also has lists of products for sale and professionals who can help you realize your design.
The app allows you to explore color combinations and group favorites. Of course, the app also lets you locate the nearest Benjamin Moore retailer in a snap. Start by taking a photo of a room.
Upload it, then drop in furnishings from a catalog of real items updated constantly. Walls can be repainted with swipes of your finger. There are detailed product descriptions with prices and availability, along with lists of trends and a trove of how-to articles.
Users can browse and save images relating to rooms, styles, and specific elements. What truly sets this app apart?
It provides users with remodel estimates on the kitchens and baths that inspire them. Estimates are based on location and are broken down by materials and labor costs. Users simply upload photos and provide a narrative.
Not only does the app serve as a personal scrapbook, you can track — and, again, offer your comments on — projects other weekend warriors and design professionals are tackling.
The catalog of projects changes daily. Users can also search by room, follow their favorite DIY homeowners, and seek out designers and architects. It features five commonly used carpentry tools: Starting in two-dimensional construction mode, users pick a floor plan, draw rooms, and adjust the height or thickness of walls.
When the design is done, a click of a button can turn it into a 3-D version. Users can experiment with all sorts of redesigns and then take a tour of the new look with a 3D walk-through. Free basic version, shown here Devices: When you boot the app, calibrate it; enter your height minus four inches to get to eye level.
Utilizing a 3D-camera-overlay grid, the app makes it possible to calculate the distance between furniture in your living room. Just stand at one piece and aim the camera at the base of the other.× Available on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch running iOS or higher, devices running Android or higher, and Amazon Fire tablets running OS 4 or higher.
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