Posted in practice on February 28, 2014 11:10 am EST

Adornably Introduces Photorealistic Interior Design Tool

Revolutionary new app combines furniture shopping and photorealistic interior design in one solution


 

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By Church Designer Staff

Adornably of Los Angeles, a new and free home design platform driven by cutting-edge technology, is now available for iPad on iTunes. The Adornably app reportedly allows users to take pictures of a space and then customize it with high quality, 3D photorealistic imagery of furniture that is automatically set to scale. Adornably is designed to take the work out of difficult design decisions involving furniture.

"We're thrilled that our technology is able to showcase virtual furniture in such a true-to-life photorealistic manner," says Marc Lebovitz, CEO of Adornably.

The easy-to-use app takes you from design inspiration to execution within a space, personalizing the design experience in a tool simple enough for regular homeowners to use. Adornably reports that users can take an image from any print material to help automatically scale furniture, simply drop it on the floor, take a picture of a space with the magazine in it, and then add furniture from hundreds of beautiful pieces found in the app from top manufacturers such as Stanley, Vanguard and Theodore Alexander. Designers can also purchase furniture through Adornably, making it one seamless experience from inspiration to execution, the company reports.

The My Design features in Adornably enable consumers to add to, or change and delete various furniture items within their design space whether it be home, office, potential real estate buys, or spaces they are helping others design. The premium visual quality that makes the virtual furniture look real helps consumers determine how the furniture matches to their space or to other furniture items, ultimately helping them make an informed purchase. Not only can users rotate, position and swap out the furniture within various angles of the room, they can also enter "live mode” and walk around the space while viewing the virtual piece of furniture through the app on their iPad screen. Users can also share their designs using Adornably.

New furniture is added regularly, Adornably reports. The expanded product inventory will stream directly into the “product catalog,” giving consumers access to new furniture items without having to update the app. Adornably users can join the Facebook community at (visit link) for the most up-to-date news on new product updates and app features.

Adornably is free to download and available today on the iTunes store at (visit link). Adornably is launching on iPad and will be available soon for other tablets.

 

 

 

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