Every month it’s more fun, but much harder to choose a single project of the month winner. There are so many great new projects every day that we want to recognize five of the projects that were in the running to be the February project of the month until the very end. Please visit them and look around to see how creative and beautiful they are. Use the Immersive Experience to get the whole picture. Or use the larger size 360° view – click on the double arrow. Give them a Like and let them know that they really are great! You can leave a comment in the Question section below Featured Products.
Every home project is a story about family life just waiting to be told. If you haven’t used Homebyme’s characters lately, you may be surprised at how much storytelling potential they add to your projects. A home can be gorgeous and inviting, but it is the people and pets that put life into the project. Just by being there, they start an imaginary story. Questions about who, why, what pop up. Before you know it, the project is alive. People and pets are also great for giving a more accurate sense of scale to the project. Here are ten excellent examples of combining a project with just the right characters to involve the viewer in an interesting family life story!
All characters can be found here: Add Product > Decoration > People.
Throughout 2016 we had the pleasure of seeing your fantastic HQ renders. We showcased a bunch of them to show everyone how much dramatic punch they add to your project development process and presentations. This is an opportunity for us to gather your featured HQ renders into one post and show them off again. If you missed any of the posts during the year, now you’ll have one place to go to see them all. We hope you’re inspired by them and learn something that will help you with your own posts!
Even your best projects can benefit from a touch of wild color or a bit of a strong pattern. They can be the spark that moves your project up a notch. Used sparingly, they can help complement your existing palette. Or, used big and bold, they can define multiple spaces and really jazz up simple elegant features and rooms. Take a good look at these ten examples and imagine how you could add some extra pop too!