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15 renovation apps for students for their next project


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13/May/2017

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15 renovation apps for students for their next project

Embarking on a home renovation project is no easy feat, but thanks to today's advances in internet technology, there is probably a stellar app out there ready to assist with every part of the process. Below, we rounded up 15 standouts across three categories—plan, design, and expert help—available on iOS and/or Android, many of which are free to download.

Home Design 3D:

For drawing rooms, testing out furniture all in one app (some features like saving designs and 3D-viewing require upgrades.)

Roomscan Pro:

For creating floor plans just by touching your phone to each wall.

MagicPlan:

For creating floor plans from photos of a room.

Photo Measures:

For saving measurements directly on your own photos.

Handymobi:

For organizing home improvement projects, browsing and sharing DIY project ideas; a free toolbox includes a unit converter, level tool, and calculator.

Tap Painter:

For visualizing paint colors (from major brands like Benjamin Moore, Behr, Sherwin Williams, and more) on interior spaces.

Pinterest:

For discovering and organizing design and decor ideas.

Chairish:

For buying and selling pre-loved home decor, vintage furniture, art, and more; a “preview” feature lets you see items in your space.

Zillow Digs:

For even more interior design ideas and project estimates.

Hutch:

For virtually trying out curated decor styles in your space just by taking a photo.

Smith:

Home Remodel, Improvement & Repairs: For getting multiple bids from pre-screened contractors within 24 hours.

Thumbtack:

For recommendations on contractors for all sorts of home-related jobs.

Havenly:

For working with a professional interior designer on your project; chat with a designer for free or book a custom project starting at $79.

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