Plan Your Design Project With The Help Of These APPs (Part II) – Since contemporary society lives in a world where (almost) everything is made through an app in your mobile phone or tablet, the interior design world had to adapt to this revolutionary market! Find out the final 5 decor apps of our incredible top 10!
The decoration process in a design project can be a true challenge. Choosing the right colors, style, and furniture isn’t always a piece of cake. Are thinking about a home redo? There’s an app for that! I bet all the worldwide design lovers will love these decor apps!
This is a color matching app from Benjamin Moore allows you to take a picture of anything that inspires you and it will match the color to one of their 3,500 paint options, and send it directly to your interior designer.
The app’s all about a collaborative environment where you can discuss your home decor ideas with professional interior designers. They will help you throughout your decor project, even if is just for a simply adding finishing touches to a room. First, you need to pick your designer to help you must personalize your design project. You can even see a finished space perspective based on floor plans, and also shop for your favorite interior design elements, like incredible furniture, lighting or accessories!
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With this one, you’ll have a fine selection of the finest objects in the world from the palm of your hand! Get inspired by thousands of photos of projects posted by the interior designers and architects. Discover the curated collections of the world’s most prestigious brands and galleries, and purchase swiftly and securely with guaranteed buyer protection for all orders!
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This one is for those design lovers who like to dive in the making process of your home renovation. This decor app brings you step-by-step instructions and visual guides on how to do just about everything you can think of, with a vast library of lessons for you. In here you can learn how to lay down flooring or install kitchen cabinetry and apply wallpaper.
When shopping for furniture you have to paths to choose from. Number 1 is to write down all of your room measurements in a piece of paper or in your phone’s notepad, and then when you arrive in the store try to visualize what goes where. Or, you just download Photo Measures (option number 2) and let the app save all the information that you need (like the dimensions of walls and flooring, directly onto a picture of the room). Which one seems the simplest?