Houzz Pro's 3D Floor Planner expands to kitchens – www.designerstoday.com

Houzz Pro's 3D Floor Planner expands to kitchens – www.designerstoday.com

Houzz Pro's 3D Floor Planner expands to kitchens – www.designerstoday.com

The Houzz Pro 3D Floor Planner tool now includes kitchen features.
Houzz Inc. has unveiled kitchen features for Houzz Pro‘s 3D Floor Planner tool, so design professionals can share their kitchen project plans with clients through 2D floor plans and 3D models.
Building upon the existing 3D Floor Planner tool, the new features of Houzz Pro, a lead and project management software solution, include a wide selection of cabinet and drawer configurations, panel styles and finishes, and sink and faucet styles, as well as surface details such as hardware materials and finishes and countertop styles and edges. The tool also includes appliances in a variety of sizes, including refrigerators, dishwashers, cooktops, microwaves, ranges and hoods. Click here to see a video illustrating the new features.
“Kitchens command the highest spend and are one of the most consistently popular projects among homeowners. We’re seeing even more demand than usual as inquiries for kitchen remodels have doubled on Houzz compared to the same period last year,” says Alon Cohen, Houzz co-founder and president. “As pros manage an increasingly full project load, they shared that they needed an easy and efficient way to help their clients visualize their project and expedite the decision making process. Considering recent supply chain constraints on quartz countertops, cabinetry and other materials, we’re pleased that pros can use the Houzz Pro 3D Floor Planner to align on important project decisions with their clients early in the process and order materials as soon as possible.”
The 3D floor planner already enabled professionals to select from tile and wood flooring options and, through an exclusive alliance with Benjamin Moore, wall colors, as well as create 3D floor plans for bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms and other areas of the home. Pros can use the augmented reality (AR) room measurement tool in the Houzz Pro app to scan any room using their smartphone’s camera and instantly create a 2D floor plan that can be converted to a 3D model and edited from a computer, Houzz said.
“Being able to show our clients a 3D floor plan of their project helps them to envision their life in the space which makes the entire process move forward more smoothly,” says Lindsay Floyd, designer and purchaser at kitchen and bath remodeling firm, Kimber Homes. “The Houzz Pro 3D Floor Planner makes it easy to create multiple versions of a kitchen project with different layouts and details like gray shaker cabinets paired with granite countertops. Clients can see all of the possibilities for their kitchen and the varying costs of each, before making a decision. They feel like they know exactly what they’re getting.”
The 3D Floor Planner is included with any subscription to Houzz Pro.
Andrea is passionate about home design, and has covered the home furnishings industry for most of her journalism career. She is the Managing Editor of Designers Today; in addition, she also serves as the Managing Editor of HFN and Lighting Editor for Home Accents Today. Andrea lives in beautiful Brooklyn, where she could very well be the only person without a tattoo.
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