Yup! There’s an app for everything, and I thought it would be cool to wrap up our series on 2012 interior design trends with a little high-tech help — interior design apps!
It’s five stars for Houzz Interior Design Ideas, called “the Wikipedia: of interior design by CNN. Houzz has the largest database of home design ideas on the net, with more than 200,000 hgh resolution photos. Browse by style, room, and location and save your favorites to your virtual idea book (think old time scrapbook). Ideas will be easy to search, save, and share. Houzz also hook syou up with local designers, architects, and contractors who can help you put your plans into action.
From Drab to Fab!
Another five-star rating makes Fab from Fab.com Design Inspirations & Sales another must have app! Fab delivers daily design inspirations and alerts you to sales at up to 70 percent off retail. Check upcoming sales, view and zoom in on images, and share your favorite designs on Facebook, Twitter, email, and SMS.
Hit the Mark!
Mark on Call Home Design Interior Space Planning Tool turns you into a design pro. This easy-to-use app, helps you design, space plan, and preview your rooms. Create detailed visual plans in minutes. Custom size, place, lock a full set of architectural, living, dining, bed, bath, kitchen and other room elements for virtual planning. use color wheels, measurments tools, and photos too!
Ranging from free to $1.99 these apps don’t even qualify as an investment. They’re a no-brainer and they’ll help turn you into an interior design genius!