7 Fave Home Decoration Apps

Have fun creating the vision of home that you've always wanted with the help of these home decoration apps. Here are seven current favorites to check out. 

- Sophie

 

Homestyler Interior Design

Watch your home design ideas come to life within a photograph of your own space by experimenting with high quality 3D models of real products.

 

Houzz

The mother of all design apps---CNN once called it the "Wikipedia of interior and exterior design." Houzz gently guides people through the process. You begin by looking at bathrooms, graduate to having a scrapbook of dream bathrooms, then read the Houzz tutorials on bathroom renovation and eventually hire someone through its directory or local experts on bathroom renovation. 

 

ColorSnap

Capture color inspiration on the go with ColorSnap Visualizer, only from Sherwin-Williams. The new ColorSnap Visualizer easily matches the images you take with your Android to Sherwin-Williams paint colors. Get ready to make your best color decisions yet with ColorSnap.

 

MagicPlan

Magicplan is the post-PC floor plan creation technology for everyone. Its augmented reality features let you create a floor plan simply by taking pictures. Generate complete work estimates, furnish your home or plan your next DIY project with magicplan.

 

BrightNest

Two major components of interior design are staying organized during the process, then maintaining your vision once it’s complete.  Keep your home in great shape without breaking a sweat! BrightNest will help you tackle important home tasks with easy-to-follow instructions, a personal schedule and helpful reminders. From basic maintenance to cleaning tricks.

 

Zillow Digs

Zillow’s hub for all home design, home improvement, and remodeling ideas. Explore millions of home design ideas and home improvement projects. Browse interior design ideas, exterior design ideas, and project estimates by room

 

Curate

Curate was developed out of necessity by sisters Cari Sacks, MCA trustee, and philanthropist and Patti Bartelstein, an artist and founder of THE PROJECT ROOM. Sacks states, "I wanted a way to see what a painting would look like on my wall before I committed to hanging it. I wanted to be sure it actually fit in the space and that it felt good there. My sister, a photographer would spend hours photoshopping paintings onto my walls, but it was very time consuming. One day after hours of fooling around on photoshop we just sort of looked at each other and said there should be an App for this." Months later, they developed the perfect App which serves as a hybrid in connecting art enthusiasts and collectors to galleries around the world.

J Pander