I have seen a ton of advertisements for bedroom designer software on the sidebar of my computer lately. This is probably due to the fact that I have been constantly searching for room design ideas to upgrade our master suite as well as the rest of the rooms in the house. I started playing around with the first free download that popped up in the App Store (I know I probably should have done more research) and I am absolutely loving it so far. This virtual home planner allows you to play around with color palettes, furniture style, furnishing and more then produces an image of what your space will look like. These are "photos" of what I am thinking for our new retro style master bedroom.
My son has been playing around with this virtual bedroom designer nonstop since we told him that he could redecorate his space this summer. He is going into middle school this year, so we wanted to upgrade his bedroom design to be something a little bit more "grown up." It has actually been so fun watching him play around with different furniture and color ideas to try to figure out what he likes best. These online room planner programs are actually a lifesaver because you can experiment with different pieces like a red bedspread or striped rug to see how it looks. A lot of things that he thought he wanted in his room, actually turned out to look a lot different than he expected.
An efficient bedroom designer program like this is absolutely essential for amateur or professional interior decorator. They allow you to experiment with bedroom design ideas, no matter how bold or unique, without committing to anything. This saves you so much money in the long run because you don't have to worry if you will like the layout, color palette, or pattern on the textiles because you can see it all laid out first. I have been using a simple virtual room designer to plan out our twin sons room. I wanted to allow enough space for them to play while still giving them both areas to themselves. I am not quite sure with the color palette or bed linens yet, but there is still plenty of time to play around.
As a decorator that has to switch mode between different client projects all day, an online bedroom designer like this is so helpful because it shows me exactly what we are working on envisioning for each space before a new meeting. I think that programs like these would be so beneficial to both professional designers like myself as well as any homeowner simply trying to design your own room before making major purchases like furniture or bedding. The particular space you see here is an awesome contemporary master I am working on for a couple of clients that want bold color and modern styling. I am able to show them different paint options on the virtual room designer free without buying paint samples or spending a lot of time attempting to settle on a color that ultimately they wouldn't even like once they saw the whole room put together.
I have been having so much fun playing around with this online bedroom designer that I just downloaded. We have to redecorate quite a few rooms in our home, but I started off by planning out our teenage son's bed design. I have seen a lot of lofted beds in magazine's lately so I thought it would be fun to see if we could pull of that look in his room. My favorite part about this room design app is that you can play around with trends like this (no matter how big or small) and see if they would work both within the dimensions of your space as well as the architectural style. Because you are able to produce a virtual image of your design, you can see how these different decor concepts work in the space before committing time or money.
I am having so much fun playing around with this online bedroom designer and trying to plan out our daughters bedroom. All she has been telling her father and I lately is I want to design my room myself, so this app on my phone allows us to sit down with her so she can "decorate" on her own (with some help from us). From the very beginning she has said that she wants a pink color palette so we have been playing around with variations in the shade to see what particular look she (and us) like best. The room design software also suggested trying out some wallpaper to create an accent wall, and I am so glad we did because I think it looks awesome as a backdrop to her simple white furniture.