Habitat celebrates its 50th anniversary!

Yesterday, Habitat, the famous UK  household furnishings brand founded by designer Terence Conran, celebrated its 50th anniversary with the press and we were there!

The event was held in a parisian loft near Place des Vosges and was attended by journalists and bloggers from all over France. Each room in the loft was decorated with the 2014 Fall/Winter collection and journalists were invited to try Habitat’s new furniture and home decor.Lamp

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How get the most out of HomeByMe Ground separations

Ground Separations can be as key to your project as your walls! Used with imagination they can help you add much more realism to your Snapshots and HD Images. Without Ground Separations, you’re missing a great chance to improve your presentations from just structures and objects –

HomeByMe lets you create your own 3D home and decor.

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Discover the new HomeByMe version!

HomeByMe has undergone a major upgrade and the whole team is excited to introduce this much-improved version. You’ll discover an easier way to navigate on HomeByMe as well as major improvements within the 2D and 3D modes.

User Interface

The biggest and probably most visible change is the new user interface.  We have rethought the user interface to facilitate your HomeByMe experience and make it more user-friendlier. The furnish and decorate tabs have been merged to create a more ergonomic interface and include everything you need in the same place to design the perfect project.  We have maximized your workspace so you wouldn’t have to go back and forth on the website.

 User Interface

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Making My First Move: Details

Welcome back everyone! In this blog series I revisit the process of buying my new home and design decisions as I would have done it had I known and used HomebyMe for all the decisions, perspective and planning that is part of making your house a home.  This is the 3rd blog in a series, the first two can be found here and here.

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In this blog we’ll take a look at the final but not least part of the core work before we turn on our inner Interior Designer, The Details.

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