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6 thoughts on “software home design

  1. OMG fantastically easy to learn and use. It has so many add-ins, that it’s so easy to populate. I think the only thing that it can improve the product is having create items requested by users.

  2. Sweet Home 3D is a freeware program that is very easy to learn and use. It is no substitute for a professional CAD program and does not do exteriors, but it does what it is advertised to do and does it quite nicely. I say it is freeware because you can go to their home website and download the exact same program and furniture collections for free, but you have to download each and install the program and import the collections. By buying it through Amazon, you get the program and all available furniture collections packaged into one installation program and you provide the developers with a little cash for their efforts.If you are not sure if this is for you, start at the Sweet Home 3D website and try it as a Java program that runs online in your browser. You can try it out, watch the tutorials linked on the website, and read the how-to’s and decide if it is what you want.What the program allows you to do is draw the walls of a floorplan and add in windows and doors in a very easy drag and drop fashion. You then add in the floor and drop in furniture. Next, select the color of each wall, the floor, and each item of furniture. You can even add in dimensions and print it all out as a floorplan. To see what it looks like as built, switch to the 3D screen and you will see it as if you are actually looking at the completed room. You can walk through each room and see it as you would see it in person. If you can’t find an item of furniture or a door or window you need, you can install the free Sketchup Make program, search the Sketchup 3D Warehouse and import any 3D model, or draw your own in Sketchup (steep learning curve, but worth it). Then you can export the Sketchup model as a Collada file and import that file in Sweet Home 3D and use it in your floorplan.On a final note, I have used Sweet Home 3D for two months now on Windows 7 and have never experienced a crash or error, so I appears to be a solid program.

  3. I used 3D Home Architect ($90) years ago and it has very similar abilities to this $15 program. Before purchasing this though, I played with a few free download program from various vendors ranging in price from $60-$200. This program can do the basics even better than most expensive programs. I am very impressed with the simplicity in drawing walls, adding windows, doors, rooms, furniture, etc. Many of the other systems were complicated and took quite a learning curve just to draw walls. I would not expect to use program to turn plans directly over to a builder, but it will save you thousands in architectural fees by laying out your own floor-plan first. Once you design the interior, just turn it over to the architect for all the blueprint details. I’m using Windows 7 and it runs great. I was a little concerned by the description as to which OS versions it supports, but a 64-bit Win 7 runs great. I have not tried it on Windows 10, but will be soon.

  4. After much searching, I settled in on buying this to design our back yard remodel. Very nice piece of software that I’ve only invested about 6 hours in so far, and have the back yard design pretty much complete. Love the flexibility with everything, very easy to adjust most dimensions, textures, colors. The 3D view is also fabulous. Although I’m still getting proficient at the 3D view, it is really helping me get a feel for how the space is going to work out.Since nothing is perfect, there are a few shortcomings. Perhaps there are ways to overcome them, but I haven’t found them yet:- It has a nice spline curb tool that helps me model the existing curbs in my yard. However, it is very difficult to get the curves just right as they existing in my yard right now. The end points want to jump to preset coordinates which appear to be a foot or more apart, making exact modeling of what already exists in my yard impossible. Again, maybe there is a way to make those preset coordinates closer together, but I haven’t found it.- I built the shell of my home with the tool. SInce I don’t car about the existing interior, I just need to see how the house feels in relation to the yard. To model the house exterior, I would build an exterior wall (easy). What started to become irritating is that the length would adjust itself automatically when I connected the next perpendicular wall segment. This took a bit of work on my part to ensure the dimensions were reset to what I had intended. In addition, end points seemed to jump to preset coordinates. This wasn’t too bad as the coordinates were pretty close together, but they were still a few 16th of an inch apart.- The plant selection is fairly limited. There are enough to give the look and feel to see how plants in general will work, but don’t expect to find the exact plant and flower color combination you have your heart set on. There are additional library packs that can be purchased to expand the selection, but I guess I had expected a wider variety for the couple of hundred bucks I paid already.Other than that, the 6 hours I’ve invested in learning the software and creating the yard design have been well spent. I’d buy the software again if I could turn back time – that tells you I’m happy with it!

  5. Some portions of this software are easy to use such as laying out a floor plan. Once you get that done and add a roof things start getting weird. If you add a simple deck, the roof line changes. Trying to get it to go back to a simple gable roof will cost you tutorial time. Speaking of tutorials they are very good, BUT plan on spending HOURS of your time watching them and then trying to fix the surprises that happen. There may be an exact sequence that must be followed but I haven’t figured it out yet. Getting the stairs to go to the basement hasn’t happened yet. I probably need another couple of tutorials. A lot of this software is NOT intuitive. However that being said, I am seeing glimmers of what it can probably do and I hope to master enough to make the investment worthwhile. I’m giving it 3 stars based on its potential.NOTE: I have been using various Home Design Software since the early 1990’s and have built a beautiful ranch house with much less complicated software 17 years ago so I’m not a rooky at this.

  6. I’m impressed by the training videos, online resources and features available in the program. Most of the program features are easy to find in the toolbar and menu, but a few aren’t very intuitive. HDA 2018 is a powerful program, so it definitely has a learning curve, but take advantage of the training materials and you’ll be creating designs before long. I think you’ll love it.

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