A New 3D Room Design Tool Based on Photos of Your Actual Room

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Shopping for furniture is nothing like shopping for clothes. Once you get that pair of shoes home and discover that they don’t work with that dress in exactly the way you imagined, returning them is as easy as plopping them in the mail or swinging by the store. But when the sectional that looked great in the store turns out to be a behemoth when it lands in your living room, returning it can be a lot more time consuming and complicated.

While classic overhead room planning tools, such as the one Janel played with recently, are great, it can sometimes be difficult to get a good sense of what a room will really feel like from a tool that only gives you a bird’s eye view. If you’re planning to buy a

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Lisa Elliott Interior Design | Solution based design

Like me, I bet you have a Vision of your business.  You spent all that time imagining, massaging and perfecting your “Unique Value Proposition”.  It consumed you, it fired your Passion.  Now’s the time to dust it off, put all that hard work to good use.  I’ll guide you through some

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The Top Interior Design Styles Based on Age

The scrunchies you adored in middle school probably cause you to shriek in horror today. As we grow, so does our fashion sense (hopefully). Does the same go for decor preferences? Interior design startup Modsy, which helps its users visualize potential new furniture in their real-life rooms, decided to find out. The platform analyzed user data based on its free style quiz, and quickly discovered that just as with the proper bedtime or the appropriate length of shorts, the young and old see interior design styles differently.

Millennials (those ages 18 to 34) are seemingly obsessed with modern, minimal midcentury design, called “mod visionary” in the Modsy quiz. Alessandra Wood, a design history PhD and the director of style at Modsy, isn’t surprised. “Younger generations living in cities are likely living in smaller apartments and condos, so a minimalist aesthetic is more appropriate—perhaps even necessary!—for the size of their spaces,”

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