Five Apps That Make House Decorating Easier

October 6, 2018




Out of 7 million apps available on leading platforms including Google Play and the App Store, a considerable portion covers home improvement. Interior design apps of all kinds belong to this category, and they can help take your home decorating game to the next level. Here are five of the most useful for sprucing up your house:


1. COLOR 911



You can mix and match color palettes that fit your room and furniture with Color911. This app even allows you to create your own hues and themes which you can share with other users. The app’s intuitive interface and color choices offer limitless possibilities for your home decor goals. Try it out here.






Having troubles balancing an art piece on a wall? The iHandy Level, one of iHandy Carpenters toolkits, is surprisingly accurate in checking if a surface is flat. Plumb Bomb is another feature on the app, and it allows you to verify the verticality of lines or walls. And for measuring angles and minimal distances, simply pick either the protractor or ruler feature. Download the app here.






Another important aspect of home decorating is your floor plan. Mark on Call makes it easier to arrange your furniture in a fully-customizable 2D house plan. You can input measurements and insert photos as elements in the app's interface. There's also a bunch of other professional decorating and designing tools at your disposal, such as the option to add carpets and ornaments. And if you're not happy with the plan you made, starting over is as easy as a single tap of the screen.






​When you are shopping for furniture, it can be tricky to determine whether a piece will fit your property. Photo Measures Lite allows you to take a photo of your room and determine its dimensions. When you see a piece that you like, you can take its photo and let the app determine whether it will fit or not. 






Houzz is one of the most popular decor apps out there. Its library includes millions of home decor and interior design ideas. It is also a portal for product reviews and design professionals, including contractors, decorators, and architects. It also has a feature which allows you to place pieces in a digital room.


Decorating can be more than just beautifying the house, as it can actually affect your wellbeing. Certain decorating factors such as illuminance and color temperature can impact mood. A study published by Sage revealed that these elements have considerable effects on cognitive performance and alertness. So the next time you might be feeling stressed even at home, it may a good idea to consider redecorating to improve your home's ambience.


Sprucing up your home is also important if you plan to resell the house, as it increases its value. Just be sure to thoroughly plan out the improvements, especially permanent changes like additional wall-mounted racks or shelves, because once you start boring holes in your walls, there's no going back. Be mindful of the overall cost as well, as some people tend to splurge on refurbishing the house. Aside from upfront expenses on items and materials, there are also other fees involved, including transfer tax. Yoreevo specifies that transfer tax should be covered by the seller, and the amount is dependent on the final closing price. The bottomline is that for every home refurbishment project, consider the long-term impact on your home. Using these apps can help you get started, and allow you to incorporate your own style and flair in the process.


To check out other useful apps for everyday living, check out Mad Sounds Magazine's list of apps that make life easier!



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