Plan and design your home using Sweet Home 3D Software

Plan and design your home using Sweet Home 3D Software

Open plan living area designed on Sweet Home 3D

Whether you are moving to a new place or redecorating or renovating your current home it sometimes can be hard to imagine how it will all look together when it”s finished. Not only that but when buying furniture it can be hard to decide where something will go in a room or whether it would look nice … at all. Well thanks to the uber cool tool Sweet Home 3D your worries and doubts might just be over.

Sweet Home 3D is a free interior design application that helps you place your furniture on a house 2D plan, with a 3D preview. The software helps you to layout and design you”re interior at the click of a mouse. Not only can you draw the plan of your rooms, apartment, house etc by typing in your property measurements but better still if you have blueprint you can simply scan it in and trace over it! The best part is while you add any changes to your 2D plan all the information is updated in the 3D view, to show you a realistic rendering of your layout!

Sweet Home 3D is an open source piece of software… which means it”s FREE!! It is available on the Sweet Home 3D website and if you get stuck there are guides available to help you out.

Plan and design your home using Sweet Home 3D Software

There are 6 comments for this article
  1. 3d modelling at 6:00 am

    Looks like a very useful piece of software for consumers! 3D modeling used to be the exclusive province of highly skilled and very hard to find contractors … and was therefore expensive. Good to see that it is coming to the masses! The program looks like it has quite a user-friendly interface at first glance, as well.

  2. prabhat at 9:44 am

    This really depends on how good it is. Panoramic work is more time consuming, and more error prone, so it needs both some skill and redundancy. It can pay to take it multiple times (and “it” is many shots) to be sure you have it right. I mean any pro will take many of a regular shot, but this multiplies it.

  3. Nave at 12:41 am

    Wow…Excellent find thanks!!!!. And its free!!Really useful.

  4. Kirsten at 5:13 pm

    That is so cool! Ive just sent the link to my Mum I know she is going to love it and will probably haev the house redesigned by the time I get home!

  5. Dan at 3:52 pm

    it is pretty neat, and works on both PC and Macs… wish there was bit more item models in, but luckily one can import 3rd party 🙂

  6. Anne at 3:10 pm

    Handy tool, although took me a while to get used to the angles! I am amazed that its free though!

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