Design Your Own Home

Design Your Own Home

Create home design projects of various types and difficulty levels Design houses, flats, offices, country-houses, cafes, bars, your dream houses, just anything in 2D or 3D modes. Use the tool online or download the apps for iOS, Android or OS X and start creating your dream house. Get inspiration from our ideas library or users’ home design templates from users gallery and create your own home design.Visualise your home project and publish on social networks or our interior design gallery. Make your home design or interior decor project look photorealistic with just one click Capture professional 3D view without any 3D-modeling skills. Forget all professional tools. Click “photo” button and you will get photorealistic 3D visualisation or the render of your project. You can share these visualisations with your friends, colleagues or patterns, or publish them on social networks. More info Be mobile with Planner 5D mobile versions on iPad and Android Download Planner 5D Home Design app from the App store by Apple for iPad (iOS). From 2015 we also have Android App on Google Play and MAC OS versions on Mac store. Later in 2015 we also will have version for iPhones based on Apple technologies. More info Planner 5D affiliate program and partnership Embedding Planner 5D home design web app to your website is a great business opportunity for interior design bloggers, home plans sites, social networks stars and other internet webmasters. More info
design your own home 1

Design Your Own Home

Create home design projects of various types and difficulty levels Design houses, flats, offices, country-houses, cafes, bars, your dream houses, just anything in 2D or 3D modes. Use the tool online or download the apps for iOS, Android or OS X and start creating your dream house. Get inspiration from our ideas library or users’ home design templates from users gallery and create your own home design.Visualise your home project and publish on social networks or our interior design gallery.
design your own home 2

Design Your Own Home

Get Help with Autodesk® Homestyler® NEW! Talk to the Team & Community Visit the Autodesk Homestyler support forum to ask questions, get tips-and-tricks and exchange ideas. Autodesk Homestyler Video Tutorials Video Playlist Directory Visit our on demand video playlist for the most up to date Homestyler tutorials. Introduction This video provides a quick tour of Homestyler for new users. Exploring the user interface, account creation & login, and providing feedback. Start Designing Drag and drop from the catalog to create a basic layout, add design features, other levels, and landscaping. Work within the designer to modify rooms, walls, and other areas. Furnish your Design Explores the Homestyler catalog areas, adding doors, windows, kitchen cabinetry, kitchen appliances, countertops, flooring and other furnishings. Refine your Design This video demonstrates the addition of a closet or an extra interior room, object placement rules, and modifying room and object properties in the Designer. Share Your Design Share your design out of Homestyler. Post to Facebook, embed it on your own webpage, and export it as a JPEG, DWG, or RVT file. View an itemized product list that includes quantities and estimated square footage for surfaces. Snapshots and 360 Panorama Create basic, high-resolution, and 360 Panorama snapshots of your design to provide a more immersive and complete perspective.
design your own home 3

Design Your Own Home

Autodesk Homestyler Video Tutorials Video Playlist Directory Visit our on demand video playlist for the most up to date Homestyler tutorials. Introduction This video provides a quick tour of Homestyler for new users. Exploring the user interface, account creation & login, and providing feedback. Start Designing Drag and drop from the catalog to create a basic layout, add design features, other levels, and landscaping. Work within the designer to modify rooms, walls, and other areas. Furnish your Design Explores the Homestyler catalog areas, adding doors, windows, kitchen cabinetry, kitchen appliances, countertops, flooring and other furnishings. Refine your Design This video demonstrates the addition of a closet or an extra interior room, object placement rules, and modifying room and object properties in the Designer. Share Your Design Share your design out of Homestyler. Post to Facebook, embed it on your own webpage, and export it as a JPEG, DWG, or RVT file. View an itemized product list that includes quantities and estimated square footage for surfaces. Snapshots and 360 Panorama Create basic, high-resolution, and 360 Panorama snapshots of your design to provide a more immersive and complete perspective.
design your own home 4

Design Your Own Home

Design houses, flats, offices, country-houses, cafes, bars, your dream houses, just anything in 2D or 3D modes. Use the tool online or download the apps for iOS, Android or OS X and start creating your dream house. Get inspiration from our ideas library or users’ home design templates from users gallery and create your own home design.Visualise your home project and publish on social networks or our interior design gallery.
design your own home 5

Design Your Own Home

Tips Another idea is to find a friendly parking lot where you can pace out and chalk the rough dimensions of your house, including all rooms, doors and hallways. This gives you the opportunity to walk through your prospective home and really feel how the spaces relate to one another. Of course, you’ll have to imagine walls and doors, but whatever the limitations, it’s a fun exercise that may lead to new ideas. When you’re starting out, put all your materials in folders and keep them in one cardboard box. When you find something, the cardboard box will be the place to put it and find it later on when you need it. Talk to a professional about helping you out right from the beginning of this process. Most good residential architects will consult with you early on in the process, and will save you a great deal of time and money in the long run. If you are having a difficult time in visualizing a design, consider a 3D visualization studio. In these days, they can create a photo-realistic version of your interior or exterior. For more information, type in “architectural rendering” in a search engine. Currently, you can find some incredible studios in south Florida, New York City, and other major cities. Take your time. Think about how you will use each space, the furnishings in the space, the circulation through and around the spaces, and what is most important about each space. Cut out measured paper shapes for furniture and cabinets and try them out to see how they will work with windows, doors and circulation paths through the space. A pair of scissors, glue stick and a photo copier are your best friend during the process of revising a plan. Cut and paste to your heart’s content and copy! Tools to use are simple pencil and paper and don’t forget a ruler (or scale). Architects use “tissue paper” which can be found at any store that sells drafting supplies. A wooden kitchen cutting board makes an excellent drafting table! A whiteboard and erasable markers provide an excellent means to flesh out a design that is fast changing or incremental in its development. Nothing is better for getting everyone’s input and involvement in a design than a whiteboard! Put your things in files and not in big messes or you’ll have to sort them out and/or start over.
design your own home 6

Design Your Own Home

Another idea is to find a friendly parking lot where you can pace out and chalk the rough dimensions of your house, including all rooms, doors and hallways. This gives you the opportunity to walk through your prospective home and really feel how the spaces relate to one another. Of course, you’ll have to imagine walls and doors, but whatever the limitations, it’s a fun exercise that may lead to new ideas. When you’re starting out, put all your materials in folders and keep them in one cardboard box. When you find something, the cardboard box will be the place to put it and find it later on when you need it. Talk to a professional about helping you out right from the beginning of this process. Most good residential architects will consult with you early on in the process, and will save you a great deal of time and money in the long run. If you are having a difficult time in visualizing a design, consider a 3D visualization studio. In these days, they can create a photo-realistic version of your interior or exterior. For more information, type in “architectural rendering” in a search engine. Currently, you can find some incredible studios in south Florida, New York City, and other major cities. Take your time. Think about how you will use each space, the furnishings in the space, the circulation through and around the spaces, and what is most important about each space. Cut out measured paper shapes for furniture and cabinets and try them out to see how they will work with windows, doors and circulation paths through the space. A pair of scissors, glue stick and a photo copier are your best friend during the process of revising a plan. Cut and paste to your heart’s content and copy! Tools to use are simple pencil and paper and don’t forget a ruler (or scale). Architects use “tissue paper” which can be found at any store that sells drafting supplies. A wooden kitchen cutting board makes an excellent drafting table! A whiteboard and erasable markers provide an excellent means to flesh out a design that is fast changing or incremental in its development. Nothing is better for getting everyone’s input and involvement in a design than a whiteboard! Put your things in files and not in big messes or you’ll have to sort them out and/or start over.

Design Your Own Home