5 apps that will help you in re-designing your home, office to latest trends

5 apps that will help you in re-designing your home,
office to latest trendsKiss goodbye to old fashioned sofas and huge dining tables as it is the age of quirky stuff and open spaces. Gone are the days when people used to take pride in velvet sofas, marble floorings, wooden or aluminium chairs.

All these have been replaced by wooden floorings, cushion covers having quirky quotes, lamps, walls bearing photos, etc.

Not only homes, even offices are undergoing plastic surgery and revamping the interiors to match to the current vibe.

It does not matter whether you have a small or a spacious house of office, if you have an idea in mind, you can transform them into beautiful designs.

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But, if you don’t know how to go about it, these are few apps that will help you out in designing your office or home space as per your requirements.

1. Homestyler Interior Design: This Autodesk app is available on both, Android and iOS. This will inspire you to convert your home into a design studio. You can also connect with a professional for tips and tricks

2. Houzz: This is also available on both Android, iOS. It helps you in redecorating your house and unveils a plethora of designs from lights to walls.

3. Living Room Decorating Ideas: Be it your living room or bed room, the ideas on this app will transform the look and feel of it. There are many designs and patterns you can get inspired from.

4. ColorSmart: This app is only for getting painting ideas for your house and interiors. It will suggest you colour schemes, patterns, matching colours, etc. You can also create a workbook and develop your own colour scheme.

5. Home Design 3D: In this app, you can create your own design using different tools and see if it will work out for your house or not. This gives a 3D perspective of your room.

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