Planner 5D is proud to announce a brand new Planner 5D app created exclusively for Mac!
We have awesome news! Check out over 500 new items (including roofs!) that have just been added to the Web Catalog!
The team at Home Stratosphere analyzed over 900,000 kitchen designs to gain insight on kitchen features and styles. This allowed them to determine what is most popular in the world of kitchen interiors - find out the 5 most popular Kitchen Styles!
We’ve made some rendering improvements, so your HD snapshots can look even more realistic! Check out this post to see a comparison between an earlier version of an item/snapshot, and what it looks like now with improvements.
By popular request, we have updated some features for room walls. WALL THICKNESS - now you can change the wall thickness and walls will look better - with proper joints. At this time, the wall improvements are only available on Android (this feature will come to other platforms soon).
Big news – we have new features in Planner 5D for Android to make your projects run smoother! Read below to learn more about incorporating joysticks, gridlines and transparency walls in your design process.
Many of you have no doubt noticed by now that most of Planner 5D’s full catalog must be paid for to be unlocked, and although there are more than 150 items in the free catalog, another 3000+ can be discovered after paying for the full version.
Planner 5D for Android has released a new update, which will now let you be even more precise while creating your interior designs.
How is your renovation going? Have you finished your planning and shopping stages? If you did, let's move on to the next step which is decorating.What is there to learn about arranging pillows and a few nick nacks that you have since when? Nobody can remember. My first and biggest advice to start clean and get rid of everything you don't actually need. Now when you have a fresh canvas to work on let's go room by room and figure out how to make your area special. This week we are going to talk about the heart of any home which is the kitchen.
Last week we figured out how to revive your old walls and make them look clean and fresh again. Now when you have your beautiful new canvas we can start filling it and create a real piece of art.
The next step after figuring out what goes where and having a clear vision laid out on the graph paper is probably painting.
Last time we figured out how to tame your inspiration flow and stay on top of your creative game. This time let's talk about how to transfer your ideas onto paper.