6 Free Online Room Design Tools You can use free online room design applications to quickly design your dream room or plan a room remodel. You start by creating your room's dimensions and then you move on to adding paint, flooring, furniture and accessories by simply dragging and dropping them into your online room. Before you know it you'll have created a wonderful room using these free online room design applications! Are you looking for decorating inspiration? Request some free home decor catalogs and free furniture catalogs to get inspiration for your next room design. If you're feeling more ambitious you might want to check out these free home plans. 1. © Floor Planner Floorplanner makes the top of my list for free online room design. It's easy and fun to use and has so many options for flooring, wall coverings, furniture and objects that you'll be able to design houses and rooms either for realistic use or to create your dream home. 2. 3Dream © 3Dream 3. © Better Homes and Gardens 4. © MyDeco 5. © Plan Your Room 6.
CLIP STUDIO PAINT | CLIP STUDIO.NET A piece of software, which has acquired 350,000 users in Japan for 1.5 years after the release, with outstanding drawing performance for manga. Evolve with all the functions of ComicStudio, 1.6 million copies of which have been sold around the world. You can see English subtitles by customizing settings on Youtube. CSP is really remarkable for inking and coloring my works! - Santa Fung (Malaysia) CSP is a fantastic digital painting software with a powerful brush customization system and color palette management. - Monica Galentino (Italy) I absolutely adore the natural feeling while coloring in CSP! - Melanie Schober (Austria) I've stopped using all my other graphics software, CSP has every tool I need. - Linus Remahl (Sweden) Inking in CSP is simply fabulous and smooth, as much as coloring. - MissChroma (Italy) CSP is the perfect tool for the digital painting. - Tommaso Renieri (Italy) CSP presents a comprehensive, deep, and artist-friendly tool set, while keeping the performance silky smooth!
Standard Measurements for Most Common Pieces of Furniture Did you know that most furniture is manufactured to standard measurements? Knowing those standard measurements before you buy or begin to arrange furniture can cut the task down to size. Knowing approximate measurements for a piece can help you start designing your layout for any given room. Although one sofa may look very different from another sofa because of style, color, or upholstery fabric, you may be surprised to know that most sofas share the same approximate measurements. Remember, though that these measurements are meant to be a general guideline only. Learn How to Measure Your Space for Furniture Living Room 3 seat sofa – 35” D x 84” W Loveseat – 35” D x 60” W Armchair – 35” W x 35” D Coffee Table – 30” W x.48” L Square end table – 24” W x 24” L Rectangular end table - 24” W x 28” L Dining Room Dining table w/1 leaf – 36” W x 72” L Side chair – 18” D x 18” W Arm chair - 18” D x 22” W More about dining table measurements here. Bed Room
Astonishing Sketchbook Illustration Drawings by Irina Vinnik Impressive sketchbook illustration drawings by artist Irina Vinnik ( previously here,) from St. Petersburg, Russia… Irina Vinnik Sproost - Furniture and Interior Design Jennelise: About Me "Everybody has a secret world inside of them.All of the people of the world, I mean everybody.No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds.Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe." ~Neil Gaiman I haven't drawn any pictures in a little while - it seems like there just hasn't been a lot of time for it! I made the time recently and decided to do a little "doodle" about myself and all of the things that I love! I am sharing with these blog parties:Tuesdays TreasuresA Return to Loveliness
David Jameson Architect - Project - Jigsaw Residence Recycling a single story suburban house located on a busy corner site, Jigsaw introverts itself in a continuous spatial flow around an open air courtyard carved from the home’s remains. A matrix of spaces is linked by movement through them as storeys merge and spaces relate to each other as they rise and fall in a series of interlocked puzzle-like volumes. Particularity rather than repetition is employed giving a unique three dimensional framework to each space where plan and section respond to program simultaneously. Fundamental to the conception of the house is the notion of reflectivity, rendering unclear the boundaries between inside and outside. Light and space are modulated by meshing ribbons of wall and glass that form a tessellation of solid and void. The conditioning of these internal and external walls is identical.
Jenn Olson Makes: What the what? Catch up...pic intensive (again) & A Giveaway!!! I'm probably a broken record when I say "Wow! these last few weeks have been crazy!" Today is the LAST day of school and then all summer breaks loose...As usual, I saw tons of good ideas for teacher gifts--and as usual, spent so much time browsing I got overwhelmed. A super fun scrap buster and once I got the hang of the 'backwards' binding-super easy! Since completely destashing my scrapbook supplies, I have been doing more collage and art journaling. ***************************GIVEAWAY CLOSED--THANK YOUNOW. Interested? Won anything lately?
Interior House Designs: Pictures, Design Ideas and Articles For Perfect House Murals Composed of Frenetic Linework by DALeast Photo by Spencer Elzey Since we last covered work by DALeast, the artist has painted numerous pieces around the world, particularly a number of bird-themes murals in Poland, Spain, and now New York City where he just completed a towering painting of a bird clutching another bird on the side a Manhattan building. Born in China, the muralist/sculptor/painter is currently based out of Cape Town where his use of frenetic lines to compose animals, people, and other forms is almost instantly recognizable.
Paintings by Michael Kerbow Warn of Dire Consequences for Current Actions Their Refinement of the Decline, oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches Their Refinement of the Decline, detail Diminishing Returns, oil on canvas, 48 × 60 inches Diminishing Returns, detail Witching Hour, acrylic on paper, 34 × 42.5 inches A New Religion, oil on canvas, 40 x 30 inches Hollow Pursuits, acrylic on canvas, 54 × 54 inches Fool’s Gold, oil on canvas, 60 × 48 inches Michael Kerbow is an artist based in San Francisco who works in a variety of mediums including painting, assemblage, drawing and digital photography. My work explores the way in which we engage with our surroundings and the possible consequences our actions have upon the world in which we live. Kerbow will have work at an upcoming group show called “Real Surreal” at Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco.
Beautiful Animated Cinemagraphs of New York by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burghas Digital artists and photographers Jamie Beck and Kevin Burghas created this breathtaking series of cinematic animated gifs featuring locations in New York… Jamie Beck | Kevin Burg