I'm a builder, and I like many others in my profession, I employ a house design app to help clients imagine what their finished home will look like when completed. This gorgeous split level home was designed in such an app. The white exterior, natural woods, and black highlights weren't things my clients were interested in when they first talked about a modern house design. Thanks to the app though, they were able to visualize changes as we made them, so they could choose exactly what they wanted and didn't want in real-time. Large windows, an open design, outdoor seating, and an attached pool all became a reality in-app. How great is that? If you want to design your own house, talk to your builder about using an app that brings your new home to life in 3D.
I have been so inspired by all these people online that say to design your own house in order to make it exactly what you want in design style while spending less money than you would hiring professional contractors. I just downloaded a room design app that had the best ratings and quickly started scrolling through it to see what they offer. I absolutely love this particular home that I found in one of their galleries because it has a cross between classic decor and more modern styling. I can definitely see how it would be totally easy to do all of your home design online, even after just playing around with this for a little bit. Now time to turn it up a notch and make this 3D image a reality.
When my husband first introduced the concept that we should design your own house I was, needless to say, very skeptical. Seems so much easier hiring a professional contractor instead of DIY brainstorming. I had no idea how we could come up with house floor plans with no building or architectural design experience. Lo and behold you can find a ton of great resources online that can guide you into how to lay everything out or even provide you with premade plans so that you don't have to spend so much money hiring an architect. I posted our house designs so that you could see what I am talking about and how it covers absolutely every element you could possibly dream of.
So many of our clients have been coming to us lately because their friends have told them that you can design your own house online. Absolutely brilliant concept eliminating the need for an interior designer or architect. While it is true that you can definitely download a floor plan designer to do just that, I definitely recommend having some guidance from a professional before you dive in. If you would prefer not to pay those fees or don't know anybody in the business, look around for some sort of home design software that you can download specific pre-made plans like this. You can tweak them slightly with your builder to customize them to your preferences while having the peace of mind that they have been professionally designed for the most part.
If you have decided that you are going to design your own house without the help of a professional architect or designer, it is definitely important to do your research and purchase the right tools for the job. The number one thing that you need to invest in is definitely a house layout maker or some sort of online design software that will help you to generate blueprints, material lists, etc. A lot of those programs also have idea galleries and design tips that help to inspire you and guide you in the right direction. My friend and I worked together to design your dream house not too long ago and were thrilled with how it turned out. You can scroll through some of these images to see how we did.
I heard that it’s not that hard to design your own house if you get one of those computer programs that will basically do it for you. My brother is really good with computers and technology so I had him download a home design app so that I could play around with it before hiring a professional to do it for me. I was able to pull these 3D remodeling plans all on my own and I think they look good enough to give to a builder. Does anybody on here that has experience with house design, building, architecture or contracting know if this could be recreated by just these images and blueprints that it automatically generates for me?