apps for interior design

Choosing the right colors, furniture, and tools to decorate your home or office can be time-consuming. Luckily, there are applications that can make the process a lot easier. From home redesigns to gut renovations, there are a plethora of apps that will make the designing process simple, with an end product that you are proud of.

Here are a few great apps to help you go through the to-do-list.


The online interior design agencies pair clients with professional designers based on budget, style, preferences, and more. This app can make the process of redesigning your home as easy as possible. All you have to do us consult with your own interior designer, upload photos of your home or office, and get professional advice – for free.

2. Smith

One of the most popular apps – Smith provides both average and professional home decorators alike with the basic parts of any design project. The app makes connecting with a contractor simple, whether you are looking for a minor change or a full home/office redo. From cleaning to more complicated installments, the app helps you compare different contractors and price shop in your local area.

3. Color Capture

Designed by Benjamin Moore, this color matching application allows you to take a photo of anything you like and inspires you and will match the color to one of their paint options (there are over 3500 options available).

It is just like shazam but for paint. If you want, you can share colors with your friends via Twitter and Facebook to get a second opinion.

4. iHandy Carpenter

This app brings five vital decorating tools to your service. Interior designers usually use ihandy for smaller projects, for example, handing a new picture frame.

5. Mark on Call

Time to draw up a floor plan? Even though it sounds complicated, this app makes it a piece of cake. You can arrange and rearrange pieces in the app using photos of your fabrics and furniture or custom measurements.

If you don’t like how it looks, you can start over.

6. Try on Wall

If you are not sure what your gallery wall will look like, this app is perfect for you. Try on Wall allows you to take a snap of your backdrop and place photos on it virtually. The best part is that you can shop for your favorite pieces within the app.

7. Color911

Color911 has lots of color palettes, all carefully chosen by Amy Wax, a professional color consultant. You can create custom palettes, according to your own taste. If you are not sure which pillow works best with your new couch, upload a photo of the item and the app will suggest complementary colors.

8. View in My Room 3D

WIth this new improved feature on the Houzz application, you can finally take the guesswork out of furniture shopping. The app allows you to try out various products in your home or office before you purchase them.

You can search from thousands of items (there are over 300.000 products available) click “view in my room 3D”. You will notice a 3D version of the product. It is helpful because you won’t have to regret buying a piece of furniture that doesn’t look right in person.


Many of the professional interior designers and home bloggers use RewardStyle to link products in their photos to shoppable websites. This app makes the process even easier. app allows you to screenshot images that use links. The app will pull up the websites of favorite looks. You can also save products for later.

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