Face it: moving into a new home is exciting. You get to decorate it the way you've always imagined, you can paint it various colors, put up wallpaper, border, new carpet...you name it, you can do it. But sometimes trying to figure out where to start is the most daunting task about moving into a new home. Do you paint first and then move? If you have to move should you paint before putting everything away? What if the color of paint you pick doesn't compliment the house or makes the room too small?
You can easily stop worrying about these types of things by checking out the virtual tools on our website. With our virtual tool set you can look over everything from the outside to the inside of your house, from siding to hardwood floors to wall coverings to planning out your perfect kitchen. As soon as sign the closing papers on your new house, you could start laying out how you want it to look with our virtual tools.
Let's show you how this works. You just bought a brand new three bedroom home with a living room, dining room, den, office, full kitchen and two and half baths. The house needs some sprucing up inside and outside. And of course, you two teenagers want their rooms painted different colors that reflect their unique personality. You have plenty of time to spiffy the place up - okay, maybe only in a perfect world - but you don't know where to start. Log on to our virtual tools and start at the top.
The top - and we're not meaning the roof of your home - is the exterior of your house. We offer you a siding tool and an exterior paint visualizer tool so that you can see what your house will look like. You choose the house closest to your own from the styles listed there, the color of siding or paint you want, and then you'll be able to get a good visual of how the exterior will look. This gives you the chance to adjust your colors to something more suitable before you go out and buy the siding or paint only to be disappointed later. Oh, and before you move inside, check out the garage door visualizer tool. If you're looking to update the garage door, this can show how what each style will look like on your home.
Moving inside, you can pretty well start with any room in the house. We would suggest starting with the walls by using our room design tools or interior paint visualizer. The interior paint visualizer gives you an idea of how the room will look in a certain color, sort of like the exterior paint visualizer. The room design tools, however, actually offers you room style where you can layout your furniture, flooring, and walls with their simple tools in order to find the best placement for all of your items that utilize the space in the room properly.
Finally, you can create the kitchen you've always dreamed of with our virtual kitchen designer, choose the right tile for your bathroom and kitchen backsplash with the tile visualizer and counter tops tool, and even pick out the best faucet sets for your bathroom and kitchen with our faucets tool. When used all together, you can design your house from top to bottom, and walk away with a game plan that will size you time, money, and headaches, allowing you to enjoy your home a lot sooner