How to use the NEW HomeByMe stairs

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HomeByMe has recently introduced a major new upgrade which includes some great improvements in Stairs. The new version offers far more functionality and will definitely help you get just the look you want in your home design projects!

 

Stairs are important in any setting that requires movement between two floors. Safety is the number one concern, so be sure that you are aware of the building code standards in your area as you work on your home design projects. The size requirements of the stair components are meant to be safe and functional for both people and for furniture clearance. I know I’ve had more than a few tricky situations during my many moves.

 

I tried to think of an example of stairs being a critical part of the structure and realized that lighthouses usually have plenty of stairs, so I created one in order to be able to show you some of the ins and outs of using HomeByMe stairs.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

You add and modify stairs in your project while you’re in the Build mode (1). Once you’re there, click on Stairs (2) and you’ll find our selection of stairs (3).

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Just click on the one that looks right for your situation and drag it into your floor plan. Here I’ve put all of our stairs into one floor plan so I can show you what they look like in both 2D and 3D. All of them have the default height of 8′ 2 7/16″ to match the default wall heights. If you use a different wall height, be sure to change your stairs too as shown in the next step.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Once the stairs are in your floor plan, they’re easy to change so that you get what you want in each project. Just click on the stairs and the properties will be displayed. The ones shown here are the default settings. Now you can easily match up your stair height with your wall height and change the the overall number of steps (1). It’s also easy to show your Risers (the vertical part of each step) or not, choose which side(s) you want your handrails to appear, and decide whether you want a Landing or not (2).  Changing your Hopper setting (3) determines what happens when you add another floor on top of this one. I’ll give details about Landings and Hoppers right after this.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

The stairs by default wind up the staircase, which results in triangular shaped steps (see image above) as you change direction going up or down the stairs. Another way to change directions is to add a Landing, which is rectangular and somewhat easier to  use. All it takes is a click (1) to change your stairs to have a Landing (2).

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

A Hopper is also called a stairwell. If you leave the Hopper setting at Yes, when you add your next floor it will already have the stairwell cut out for you (1). If you choose No, then the stairwell is not be cut out (2). As Guillemette pointed out to me, this is very handy when your design needs a mezzanine (3) or other features that you can create using Floor holes.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Moving and resizing your stairs is now much easier and has more functionality. To move your entire set of stairs just click on an open space and drag in any direction. The stairs will snap to walls in the same way that furniture and furnishings do.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

To rotate the entire set of stairs just click anywhere on the blue circle and drag it where you want it.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Resize your stairs and keep the stair width the same by clicking and dragging any of the lines in the center of each stair segment.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

To your resize your stairs and change the step sizes, click on any of the three outer lines and drag it. Watch your measurements carefully because this is the only way to change them.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

To move stair segments at an angle, click on the blue dots and drag them. You can make some very interesting stairs!

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

To reverse the stairs, click on the blue dots on either end of the arrow and drag it in the opposite direction. You can reverse one end or both depending on your design.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Now that your stairs are sized and going in the direction you want, you’ll need to leave clear spaces at the top and bottom of the staircases. Usually the minimum required distance (2) is the same as or bigger than the width of an individual step.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Don’t forget, you should add protection around the holes to prevent people from walking over the edges of the stairwells! One way to do this is to draw new walls and make them about the height of the baluster as shown in this example.

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

You can also use Free shapes (Rooms>For all rooms>Free shapes) to create the walls. Here in the lighthouse, I’ve used Free shapes because I wanted them to be bright yellow all over for safety. Walls will always have a white top and edges. That reminds me to mention that you can’t add a color to the floor thickness yet (red arrow).

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

Another functional requirement for stairs is the headroom (1). I’m tall and I’ve whacked my head many times when the clearance wasn’t quite enough. You can add a Free shape to fill in some of the stairway hole if you need to, but check the headroom clearance carefully by putting a Character (Rooms>For all rooms> Characters) on the stair step directly below the edge of the Free shape. The Character I chose is just over 6′ 1″ so there should be plenty of room in this case. If you’re designing space that will be used by tall people, they will thank you!

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

 

When you’re looking in the HomeByMe Gallery for other examples of how to use stairs, check the number of rooms that are listed. If the project as shown looks fairly simple, but has a high number of rooms (1), it is likely to be a multi-floor project. Click on the Copy button in the lower right (2) to open the project in HomeByMe where you can then review each floor and see how they handled their stairs. This example has two more floors to explore (3 and 4).

 

Using stairs in HomeByMe's home design software

The Town House project was created by 3ddycmendez

 

I hope these explanations and examples help you more easily use stairs in HomeByMe.

 

Now it’s your turn!

 

 

HomeByMe – October Project of the month winner!

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This beautiful home includes two floors and 25 rooms, all detailed to be the very best. Please join us in congratulating rijecemo for winning the HomeByMe October Project of the month with the project Casa Royal!

 

Home created using HomeByMe

 

I’ll start the grand tour on the first floor with a numbered plan view to make it easier to know where the featured rooms are. The interior rooms flow nicely from the entryway (at the bottom) passing by the living room and central stairway. Next up is the beautifully detailed kitchen which branches off to the more formal dining room, a laundry room and even a bedroom (complete with a full bath). The back yard is great too, including a fountain, swing, corner seating, a gazebo, outdoor fireplace, a portable heater and an area for lounging to top it all off.

 

Home created using HomeByMe

 

num 1The kitchen is always my favorite room to visit and practically live in. Casa Royal’s kitchen looks like it’s ready to serve up a banquet whenever it’s needed.

 

Kitchen created using HomeByMe

 

num 2Once the meal is prepared, you can stay in the kitchen and eat at the counter or move easily into the more formal dining room.

 

 

Dining room created using HomeByMe

 

num 3After enjoying a sumptuous meal, it’s time to relax, talk and enjoy the living room. The fireplace is so inviting and a there’s a soft couch just a few steps away. You may have to wake me up later.

 

Living room created using HomeByMe

 

num 4Or I can head out of the kitchen into the backyard where I can enjoy the fresh air while in the shade of the gazebo or warm up in the sun on a lounger. An outdoor fireplace or the portable heater can keep you warm on cool autumn evenings. The sound of the fountain adds tranquility throughout this outdoor space.

 

Backyard created using HomeByMe

 

The more private areas of the home are on the second floor. When it’s time to relax and enjoy some quiet, this is the place to be.

 

Home design project created with HomeByMe

 

The space is used well to include a master bedroom; with a sun porch, a giant master bathroom and even room for a reading/relaxing area. Another bedroom with full bath is next to the nursery. And let’s not forget the large den and home office!

 

Home created using HomeByMe

 

 

 

 

num 1For reading, gaming and taking care of business there is a nice office space with a large shelving unit behind us and space for a visitor’s chair as well.

 

Home office created using HomeByMe

 

num 2After a busy day, it’s a pleasure to enjoy a complete master suite. The muted color palette adds to the feeling of relaxation. Included is a wonderful sun porch to the left and a master bath is to the right. Or you can just rest on the lounge.

 

Master bedroom created using HomeByMe

 

Creating Casa Royal took a large effort. A substantial amount of planning, building and furnishing was required to reach this level of excellence. Hats off again for rijecemo!

 

Now it’s your turn!

 

The Big Bang Theory in 3D, Bazinga!

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Bazinga ! Sheldon and Leonard’s apartment is ready! You can now dive into Apartment 4A and visit each corner of  Dr. Sheldon Cooper and Dr.Leonard Hofstadter’s universe, the 2 main scientists of the well known American TV show “The Big Bang Theory”, created in 2007.

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Their flat is the place where most of their adventures occurs: that’s where they eat Chinese, watch television, play video games, read Comic Books, try new cosplays, and meet with their “nerd” friends Howard and Raj and their pretty neighbor Penny (a waitress who works at the “Cheesecake Factory”).

 

Our team really enjoyed designing it as we discovered in their apartment a lot of geeky accessories and incredible comic books inspired objects. We couldn’t recreate them all because of their specific shapes but we had a lot of fun trying to be as realistic as possible.  We recreated the flat thanks to a 2D floor plan designed by artist Inaki Aliste Lizarralde that we uploaded on HomeByMe.

 

Here is the original 2D plan :

 

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Once the walls were built, we entirely furnished the flat. Here’s the result in 3D:

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So, as Howard would say, step now into the “Nerdvana”:

 

That’s MY spot :

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This is the living-room where you can find the couch and Sheldon’s private spot on the left end of the couch: a particular seat that is his, and no one else is allowed to sit in it.  Sheldon’s explanation: ”in the winter that seat is close enough to the radiator to remain warm and yet not so close as to cause perspiration. In the summer it’s directly in the path of a cross breeze created by opening windows there and there. It faces the television at an angle that is neither direct, thus discouraging conversation, nor so far wide as to create a parallax distortion. “

 

The kitchen, open to the living room:

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Sheldon’s bedroom:

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Leonard’s bedroom:

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The bathroom:

BATHROOM BIGBANG

 

We hope you liked it! The apartment is currently decorated as it was when Leonard and Sheldon lived there in Season 1, but the artwork changes frequently, so feel free to redecorate it by copying the project in HomeByMe. Don’t hesitate to share it with your friends on Facebook , and to follow us on Twitter.

 

“Live long and prosper.” – Spock

 

HomeByMe will be at Foire de Marseille 2014

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For the first time, HomeByMe will be attending Foire de Marseille, one of the biggest trade show in the South of France with its partner MH DECO-a network of interior design and architecture consultants.

 

Foire de Marseille

 

MH Deco, as a partner of Foire de Marseille, will be offering coaching session during the 2 weeks trade show. As for HomeByMe, we will be introducing a 3D demo point where you’ll be able to design your floor plan in 2D and 3D as well as furnish your home prior to your coaching session.

 

Our demo point will be available on September 26th, 27th and 28th and on October 4th and 5th!

Find out more about HomeByMe right here! (Teaser in french)

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How to easily use HomeByMe stairs

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Stairs are important in any setting that requires movement between two floors. Safety is the number one concern, so be sure that you are aware of the building code standards in your area as you work on your home design projects. The size requirements of the stair components are meant to be safe and functional for both people and for furniture clearance. I know I’ve had more than a few tricky situations during my many moves.

 

I tried to think of an example of stairs being a critical part of the structure and realized that lighthouses usually have plenty of stairs, so I made one up in order to be able to show you some of the ins and outs of using HomeByMe stairs.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

You add and modify stairs in your project while you’re in the Build mode (1). Once you’re there, click on Stairs (2) and you’ll find our selection of stairs (3).

 

 

Just click on the one that looks right for your situation and drag it into your floor plan. Here I’ve put all of our stairs into one floor plan so that I can show you what they look like in both 2D and 3D. All of them have the default height of 102.4″ to match the wall heights. If you use a different wall height, be sure to change your stairs too as shown in the next step.

 

 

Once the stairs are in your floor plan, they’re easy to change. Just click on the staircase (1) and the properties will be displayed. You can change all the dimensions by typing in new dimensions or using the “+” and “-” boxes (2). You can also reverse the layout if you need to (3).

 

 

To move your stairs just click on them and then click on the 4 arrows symbol to move in any direction (1) or the green dot to rotate the stairs (2).

 

 

You can also resize your stairs without typing in measurements. Use the blue dots in the corners (3) to change the size in both directions at one time or the blue dots in the middle (4) to change the size in only one direction.

 

 

You’ll need to leave space at the top and bottom of the staircases. Usually the minimum required distance (2) is the same as or bigger than the width of the staircase (1).

 

 

When you add a new floor on top of an existing floor with stairs, HomeByMe automatically adds the proper clearance hole.

 

 

This is a big help! Now you know exactly where the stairs are as you plan your rooms and start adding walls. Don’t forget, you should add protection around the holes to prevent people from walking over the edges of the staircases! One way to do this is to draw new walls and make them about the height of the baluster as shown in this example.

 

 

You can also use Free shapes (Rooms>For all rooms>Free shapes) to create the walls. Here in the lighthouse I’ve used Free shapes because I wanted them to be bright yellow all over for safety. Walls will always have a white top and edges. That reminds me to mention that you can’t add a color to the floor thickness yet (red arrow).

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

Another functional requirement for stairs is the headroom (1). I’m tall and I’ve whacked my head many times when the clearance wasn’t quite enough. You can add a Free shape to fill in some of the hole, but check the headroom clearance carefully by putting a Character (Rooms>For all rooms> Characters) on the stair step directly below the edge of the Free shape. If you’re designing space that will be used by tall people, they will thank you!

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

When you’re looking in the HomeByMe Gallery for other examples of how to use stairs, check the number of rooms that are listed. If the project as shown looks fairly simple, but has a high number of rooms (1), it is likely to be a multi-floor project. Click on the Copy button in the lower right (2) to open the project in HomeByMe where you can then review each floor and see how they handled their stairways. This example has two more floors to explore (3 and 4).

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

I hope these explanations and examples help you to more easily use stairs in HomeByMe.

 

Now it’s your turn!

HomeByMe welcomes 3 new partners!

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At HomeByMe, we’ve worked all summer on bringing you new furniture for your home design projects. Thanks to your suggestions on Facebook, Twitter or on our forum, Ben and Manu our 3D graphic designers had plenty of ideas for the next catalog update.

 

We’re happy to announce that 3 new partners have joined us over the summer: Cymax, Due Home and Tectona. Cymax is our first north american brand and Due Home our first spanish brand.

 

Cymax Stores Inc. is a Canadian online retailer. The brand focuses on home and office furniture and primarily services the United States. Due Home is based in Barcelona and offers a variety of home decor products. As for Tectona, a french company, it specializes in outdoor furniture.

 

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>> Check out these new furniture in HomeByMe

 

5 Ways to make a swimming pool using HomeByMe

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Swimming pools are a great source of fun and relaxation! Having a place to cool off, have fun with the kids or lounge with a good book (or e-device) is a wonderful addition. There are many ways to add a swimming pool to your HomeByMe home design project. The methods range from “really, really easy” to “be very patient”. Choose your method (or make up a new one) that suits the importance of the pool and pool area to your overall project. This one is meant to be a center of attention.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

1 – Super easy

Just choose a spot and use Ground separators to draw the outline of pool (shown inside the red outline). Make it as interesting as you want. Then add “water” by changing the material inside the outline. For a better effect add an outline and change the material to a tile pattern. To add the swimmer, just add the character you like and then turn off collision detection so that you move them down to the depth you want. The side view shows the results.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

2 – More realistic

Most pools are at least slightly above ground. If you use walls to draw the outline of your pool you can easily make it look more realistic. Use shorter, thicker walls for steps. Just add water and you’re ready to cool off.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

3 – Even better

Add the HomeByMe pool (Rooms>Outdoor>Outdoor activities), change the height property to about 0.5″and you have a beautiful pool that looks like it’s in the ground. Move the pool slightly above the gray deck surface so that the pool doesn’t touch it. If the surfaces touch, it will cause the visual effect of two materials fighting with each other to be the one we see.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

4 – More work, more 3D

You can draw the pool outline, curves included, if you don’t mind doing the math. Curves are represented in HomeByMe as a series of straight segments which have definite beginning and end points as shown in the upper left inset image. I used CAD (Computer Aided Design) software to locate the dimensions of those points (as shown in the white inset image) and then created them in HomeByMe using Ground separators. There are 12 segments that make up the full half round of the standard HomeByMe pool.  You can now add the pool itself and move it down to where you want it. Then add water.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

5 – Most ambitious

Resize the pool dimensions slightly so that they’re easy to divide into sections. Then create wall sections with Free shapes and copy and paste them around the straight edges of the pool. Make them the height that you want to have the pool above ground and move the pool down until it snaps to the top of the block. Keep the Free shape blocks length short enough that you don’t notice the rounded end corners. The longer they are, the more pronounced the curve will be. When you have all your main sections in place, you’ll notice small gaps under the corners and certainly around the half round shape. Use more Free shapes to fill in those gaps.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

Use small square Free shapes turned 45° (shown in orange) to fill the corners. It’s easy to position them when in 2D view in the Furnish mode with collision detection unchecked. Use multiple Free shapes (lower image) to fill in under the curved step portion. Just do the pieces for one side and then copy and drag them over to the other side. It looks like the water is pretty low, so add one more Free shape to move the water level up to where you want it. Now you can start adding details like steps and fences and landscaping.

 

Click on the image to go to the 3D project

 

That makes 5 ways to add a swimming pool to your project. Each one is valuable in the right situation. I’m sure that you’ll also create your own methods too. Have fun and take a dip when you’re done!

 

Now it’s your turn!

 

 

 

A slight air of Scandinavia invades winter’s home design collections

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This year again, Scandinavian style is invading our homes. Just flick through a home design catalog, you will find pure white walls, light wooden furniture, steel blue and forest green accessories, geometrical patterns on cushions, inventive storage solutions and even rugs made from goat hair.

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This invasion of Scandinavian style isn’t really surprising in winter since the initial purpose of Scandinavian design was to cheer up interiors during the cold and dark polar night in the Arctic Circle. Scandinavians have thus come up with bold ways of maximizing light into their homes. In this post, we’ll give you a few tips to bring the natural simplicity and coziness of Scandinavian design into your house.

1)     Bring in the light

The key element that will make your place look like a bright Scandinavian interior is the white paint. All over the walls, floor, ceiling and the furniture, pure white will reflect light and give your room this clean and polished aspect we all appreciate in Scandinavian interiors. In order to increase the reflection of light throughout your rooms you can also incorporate mirrors and sheer curtains.

 

 

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2)     Create small organized spaces

In order to make your room appear bigger, fresher and friendlier, get rid of clutter with design and smart storage solutions: bookshelves and little boxes will help you expanding your space and make it feel airy.

 

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3)     Decorate with wooden furniture and geometrical patterns

Scandinavians like minimalist decor: natural and wooden furniture are favored in their interiors and walls are occasionally decorated with contemporary black and white posters. Patterned wall stickers are also commonly applied: they provide pops of color into the room and help breaking up the endless sea of white paint.

 

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4)     Bring in plants and nature

Since winter froze everything outside, Scandinavians incorporated plants into their living rooms in order to purify the air and to provide a bit of life in their house. Dark green leaves also nicely set off the white paint of walls.

 

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5)     Add cozy accessories

To endure the harshest of Scandinavian winters, fur is often draped on chairs and wrapped on sofas. Thick rugs and stoves or fireplaces also soften a room and bring in coziness and warm.

 

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You have now the main tools to turn your interior into a Scandinavian one! If you want to apply those decoration ideas in your own home, try visualizing them first thanks to HomeByMe, our free home design software: http://home.by.me/en/home

Here’s an example of what can be done in 3D on HomeByMe :

 

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From Standard to Spectacular: Doors

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Hello again everyone, today I’m going to show you how to add some character and color to the basic door in HomeByMe.   You’ll be suprised as to how quickly and easily you can do this little modification with the existing tools! In this tutorial I’ll be using the default wall thickness and height, and the default door values unless otherwise specifically stated.   Your own numbers will vary depending on the values you may be using, so I will try to not state too many number values else we will all get confused!
 
The basic door is a smart object in HomeByMe.  By this I mean it has some automatic properties to help you design and show of your project.  It automatically adjusts to the thickness of the wall it is placed on, and can be opened if you place your avatar in front of it, hold down shift and left click on the door.
 
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This is fantastic and almost magical!  While most doors in a home are white ( I’m looking at my white door right now), these helpful behaviors are also why the doors and the door frames have no additional color properties just yet.  Lets fix that right now!
 

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The door frames are as important as the door for considering style and color.  They are also the basis of more elaborate modifications, so it’s a good place to start.  There are three key values to remember before you start making free shapes: Wall Thickness and Door Height and Door Width.   You will use the Door Height and Door Width for the height and width values of your free shapes.  The Wall Thickness value you will use as a basis for the depth on the free shape.
 
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In the image above you see the three free shapes I used to create the new door frame.  You’ll be glad to hear that you do NOT have to duplicate your work on the other side!
 
 This is because after we create each object and place it so it snaps to the surface of the door (easy alignment!), we are going to select all pieces, turn off collisions (meaning that objects can now pass through each other) and slide it so that the center of the free shapes aligns with the center of the wall.   This is where knowing the Wall Thickness value comes in handy.  For example, typically the door frame only sticks out of the wall by a half inch or so,  if your wall thickness is 3 inches, then you make your free shapes 3.1 in depth.  When you slide it into place, you will get similar results on both sides.    
 
To help you do this, there is a 2D view button on the right hand side, that will switch your view to a top isometric camera (meaning it is not a perspective camera, so has no depth of field), very useful for alignments and floor decoration arrangements.
 
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In the image above, you can see the alignment process I used after turning collisions off. It doesn’t need to be exact, this is after all, a representation of an idea, your idea, in the most informative medium that exists today: 3D.  All this takes a couple of minutes and I think we can all agree there is a marked improvement in the look and feel of the door.
 

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Taking this exact method I decided to see what I could make in less than 5 minutes.
 
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Pretty huh?   I added some casements on either side and widened the door by 1 foot (representing the front door of a home). I also added just a few more free shapes beside the door frame shapes.  The result is a completely transformed (and if I do say so, classy) door.  
 
Now it’s your turn!  
 
Remember to use the ctrl key to select multiple objects and the alt key to create duplicates of an object.  And don’t forget to turn off collisions before you try to slide one object into another!  But most importantly have fun with it, there are no fees or contractors required.
 
Have a great weekend everyone!

5 Basic quick fixes to improve your projects

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Sometimes we get so wrapped up in the details of our HomeByMe projects that we miss the obvious mistakes that stick out like sore thumbs. Here are some quick things to check to make sure your projects look great and make sense.

 

1 – Make sure you have a way to get in and out of your project – doors for people and garage doors or gates in walls for vehicles. It’s especially easy to forget  those ins and outs when working in 2D. The beauty of 3D is that the fact that these two vehicles don’t have a way to get out of the garage is much more obvious.

 

Click on the image to see the 3D project

 

2 – Make sure your design features are appropriately-sized. Put characters in your project and move them around to check that spaces are realistically big enough. The counter needs to be a good bit wider in this scenario, both to allow comfortable eating and to allow enough room for feet underneath.

 

Click the image to see the 3D project

 

3 – Make sure you don’t have “floating” furniture or other items. In 2D it may look great, but check in 3D to make sure that items are really where you want them. Use the 2D mode to easily arrange your items, but always check in 3D to make sure they’re not ready to float away.

 

Click on the image to see the 3D project

 

4 – Make sure nothing is sticking into or through the walls. Plants, furniture and characters all have a way of poking through walls to the outside, especially when you go back to Build mode and move a wall. In Furnish mode, this most often happens when you change the length of a piece of furniture. The furniture will expand from the center and one end or the other may end up inside the wall or all the way through it.

 

Click on the image to see the 3D project

 

5 – Make sure you have enough room to get in and out of your vehicle(s) in the garage or parking spots and check to make sure that doors can be opened fully without hitting other objects. This garage is just a little too narrow for two cars. It would be difficult to get in or out of the vehicles and that door to the outside might cause a few problems too.

 

Click on the image to see the 3D project

 

As you work on your projects, double-check these basic items every now and then so you can go back to working on the fun parts with confidence!

 

Now it’s your turn!

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