Background images make your Homebyme HQ images look even more real. In HQ images what you see in the windows and reflected on your room furnishings is provided by a Background image that you select during the setup process. As you work on your projects keep in mind that windows and patio doors are great for looking out, but they’re also important sources of light and reflections inside.
If you’re doing a renovation or new home, make sure you have plenty of light in each room. If you’re working on an apartment or existing home, do everything you can to use your windows as focal points.
The view out the window and its reflection in the corner of the shower help make this image almost real.
From the inside of the home the light from the large windows makes all the difference. Even the window at the very end of this home draws your eye and gives a greater sense of depth.
From the outside of the same home, reflections of the chosen Background image are the center of attention. You’re probably squinting because the light is so bright and would like to go inside where it is cool.
The background image chosen for this image gives outside views of plants and other structures and provides a real sense of being in a neighborhood
An outside patio can become a grand vista with the right Background image. Try each Background image to understand where they will look the best.
It’s easy to visualize that it’s a nice sunny day. It also shows how the position of the window blinds will control the mood of the room.
Here is a great example of how important outside details and big windows are. The whole room is bright and cheerful. The reflective surfaces of the wall decoration help make the space feel bigger.
The Background image reflections are the main interest in this image. You are drawn into the home by being able to see some of the indoor furnishings too.
Even a small view of the outside helps this room look like a great place to enjoy your cooking. The position of the window and sink match beautifully. It’s almost like having two windows!
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