Sweet Home 3D

Those who are looking to remodel their homes and are on a budget usually end up doing the remodeling plans themselves. The problem is that even if it is done without the help of professionals, it will still incur considerable costs if one ends up purchasing a home designer program.

Fortunately, there are a lot of excellent designer software in the market that are not only effective, but best of all, they're free. One of the best programs one could ever come across is Sweet Home 3D. This impressive piece of software is of the open source variety and non-Windows/Mac users will be glad to know that it also happens to be compatible with the Linux operating system. Sweet Home 3D is a java-based application that is so simple to use that one could actually open it straight from his web browser. However, this takes nothing away from the program's functionality and its ability to deliver excellent results.

Some Particulars

Opening the Sweet Home 3D program will reveal its main window that is divided into four basic quadrants - a table that contains all the current objects in the scene, a comprehensive list of furniture that one could integrate to the scene, a 3D view of the actual scene and the design, and a grid that allows users to rearrange the furniture and the walls inside the scene. All four quadrants work well side by side and is able to pretty much provide users with all their remodeling needs.

What's great about the latest version of Sweet Home 3D is that it includes 75 different furniture objects that can be easily added to one's remodeling design. Furniture include all sorts of windows, doors, stairs, chairs, as well as the kitchen sink. But that's not all. One of the biggest advantages of being an open source application is that users can create their own modifications and additions to the program itself. For Sweet Home 3D, this translates to hundreds of different furniture objects on their company website - all of which were created by users themselves.

The Downside

One disappointment with using Sweet Home 3D is that when it comes to exporting one's completed scene, there is no option to create a 3D model output. Instead, one will need to settle with either the 3D renderings, or printing the actual blueprints of the design. Moreover, folks who are in search of a free home design program that will work for multiple-story buildings will have to look elsewhere. Unfortunately, one of the biggest problems with this particular open-source program is that it can only design one-story houses or buildings.

Click here to download the software ==> Sweet Home 3D
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