5 Great Apps for Interior Designers

If you are an interior designer and stylist. Befriending technology is now part of the deal. About two decades ago an interior designer could be picked in a crowd. He would be carrying a heavy portfolio, fabric swatches, and various measurement tools, maybe even paper for sketching floor plans on the go.

Today everything has changed. You can do all of those things from your phones. Provided you have the right apps. If you have a good app, it will not only help you with the creative aspect of the design, it will also give you a sort of mini-office. You can message clients, show your designs, see other designers’ works, and see the latest market trends and it gets better and better.

 
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So, here are the five best apps for interior designers.

1. Adobe Color Capture

A true artist always sees color everywhere he or she goes. Has it ever happened to you that you saw a great picture or artwork and you wanted to capture its color scheme to apply it to one of your works? – Adobe Color Capture would do just fine for you.

All you have to do is open the app and take the picture and get all the color shades. In no time, you will have a beautiful color scheme.

 

2. Houzz

It is commonly called “Wikipedia of interior and exterior design” in the industry, it is probably the biggest and most comprehensive design app out there.

It has a gigantic database with more than 14 million high-resolution images of different house setup. Each image is categorized according to style, room, and location. You can store each image to your dashboard and work on it with a comprehensive set of tools. You can use the ” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>Houzz app’s sketch function to draw directly on the images.

 

3. Home Design 3D Gold

Home Design 3D Gold is a unique app that focuses on creating designs by using a drag and drop editor. You can import floor plans and adjust the spacing. From then on you can visualize everything, including the structural changes such as raising walls or ceilings. Of course, you can add furniture and settings of your choice.
The app supports both 2D and 3D and lets you share your work with your team, friends and even the client.

 

4. Havenly

If you are looking to be a part of a community of expert interior designs, Havenly is the app for you. It provides you with a platform where you can share your ideas with other interior designers.

You can even share your work to get their expert opinions whilst sharing what you have learned in your experience. You select a designer to collaborate with, share your work ideas and seek his option in translating your plans into reality.

 

5. MyPantone

MyPantone is another color app that distinguishes minutely between each color. If you are ever stuck with whether the shade is turquoise or teal, MyPantone is the app to look at. Just think of it as the world’s largest color library turned into a convenient app.

Not only does it classify the colors, but it also suggests new colors and color schemes that it thinks will go well with modern designs.

 

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Nuur Hasan

Nuur Hasan is a software developer, web developer and a technical writer with more than seven years of experience. He believes that sharing knowledge can do wonders and that is why he likes to blog. His other interests include politics and sports.

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Nuur Hasan is a software developer, web developer and a technical writer with more than seven years of experience. He believes that sharing knowledge can do wonders and that is why he likes to blog. His other interests include politics and sports.

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