Design Your Space Online With The Autodesk Homestyler

by Sherry Riter in New Home  

Whether you have purchased new furniture, remodeling a house, rearranging the room or building a new house, the Autodesk Homestyler can help make the task easier. The Autodesk Homestyler is an online site that will make designing your space so much easier. Not only will it be much simpler, it is also a very visual tool.

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The Autodesk Homestyler can help you design a space quickly and with accuracy.

 
It all starts with just a click of a button.

 
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The first thing you do is to design the room or house. You can choose everything from windows or doors to plants and sofas. Everything is set up super easy to use. Just drag and drop each element and *KAPOW* it appears.

 
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You can design it to the exact dimensions and visualize it in 2D or…

 
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3D and…

 
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The room or house can be rotated in…

 
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Any direction.

 
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The Autodesk Homestyler enables you to design one room or a whole house with the landscape.

 
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You can also use products from premium brands such as Kohler, Flor, DuPont, Sherwin-Williams and many more.

 
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Your imagination is the only limitation to the designs that you can create. Even if you just want to know whether the new couch will fit in front of the window or how trees along the back of the property will look, the Autodesk Homestyler can help you!

 
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After you get the rooms constructed with all the different elements, you can have snapshots of the room from all angles.

 
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You can even have a moving panorama view just like a real house! It makes designing your dream home a cinch.

 
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I won’t tell you how many hours I spent playing on this site or what hour of the day it was or you would most definitely roll your eyes at me. In my own defense, it is somewhat addictive! You can browse through other people’s creations and after looking at their mansions, I knew that I wasn’t alone in spending too much time on the site.

The Autodesk Homestyler is fun and useful. When you have more brains than brawn and you want to move the furniture, you get one shot at moving it before you are too pooped out. So using the Autodesk Homestyler helped me know that the couch really would fit catty-corner in front of the big window without expending any energy. It might have taken me a lot of time to get the couch in that position, but at least I knew that it was going to fit when I was finished.

So whether you are moving furniture, designing a house, redoing the landscape or just playing around, the Autodesk Homestyler is a great site!

 

 

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Sherry Riter is also known as The Redhead Riter. Sherry is witty, intelligent and addictive as she writes about cooking, family, marriage, failures, blogging tips, art, humor, inspiration, travel, PTSD and aging. Her goal is to inspire, motivate, educate and to make her audience laugh. Sherry embraces being a redhead and helps others to see the redhead point of view…"In some eras redheads were worshipped while others thought us witches. Personally, I like the former and think every day is 'Love a redhead day!'" She can also be found on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, Linkedin, tweeting as @TheRedheadRiter and you can subscribe to her free blog feed.



{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Skip_D June 20, 2012 at 5:01 am

Wow! What an amazing utility! I think I’ve found a new toy – errr, addiction! 🙂

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2 The Redhead Riter June 20, 2012 at 9:26 am

LOL

Glad you like it.

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3 Kathy Morelli, LPC (@KathyAMorelli) June 20, 2012 at 10:12 am

Hey – nice toy! The plans are fabulous here to look at! LOVE the kitchen with a terrace and LA-DI-DA! pool!

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4 The Redhead Riter June 20, 2012 at 10:55 am

Yeah! Definitely a pool! Right now it is 84F here, but I heard it should be 99F before the end of the day. Ugh! Where is the snow?!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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5 Create With Joy July 9, 2012 at 10:39 am

Awesome article – just pinned this on my Ideas & Inspiration board at:

Create With Joy
http://pinterest.com/createwithjoy1/

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6 The Redhead Riter July 11, 2012 at 7:48 am

Thank you so much! I feel honored that you like it so much!

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7 Steve Terry October 6, 2012 at 10:05 am

Sherry: That is a great tool for launching your ideas. If you are doing a house modification; you have a bit of talent in drawing lines; and want to expand your electronic drawing skills and render a house upfit or design; I suggest SketchUp. Its free; intuitive, and fun. Used it now for years, both professionally, and for home. Email me sometime. I liked your comments about PTSD and its struggles. The list you posted of symptoms is spot on, and might have room for a couple of more critical signs that we have it beyond that. But that is for later. Keep it up. Great site!

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8 Sherry Riter October 6, 2012 at 10:07 am

Thank you Steve! I will definitely check out the other site. I love that kind of stuff.

I would love to discuss PTSD with you and will send you an email. Thanks for your comment.

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9 Steve Terry October 6, 2012 at 10:06 am

Sherry: Just realized I used my work email address. Sorry. Here is my home one. Thanks again!

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10 Steve Terry October 6, 2012 at 10:09 am

Well…I guess it didn’t post anyway. It is slterry@uncc.edu. But…again…thanks for posting the PTSD. Your symptom list is great, but I might offer a couple more that friends and family should be aware of if you are interested. Email me at work and I will explain the explosion I survived, and the life that follows. Cheers!

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11 Sherry Riter October 6, 2012 at 10:13 am

Your email shows up confidentially. Do you want me to remove it from the public post?

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