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If you’re a big fan of home decorating and interior design, you probably know who interior designer Kristan Cunningham is (from HGTV and the Rachael Ray Show). Her latest project is something that will help you even more with your home DIY decorating and redesign projects. It’s a new home design software from Punch! called Weekend Project.
If you’ve ever played The Sims, the images in the video below might look similar to you. When playing that computer game, it’s fun to get wrapped up in decorating and redecorating your Sim’s house, and you might even wish it was that easy to do your own home upgrades with the click of a button! Check out the video below to see how the Weekend Project program works and see some before and after home makeovers:
The Weekend Project software won’t do the home DIY work for you, but it will let you see the project possibilities so that you can see the options before you spend money buying the project supplies and materials.
Throughout the software you get design tips from Kristan as well, helping with the many decorating dos and don’ts you may have questions about.
My favorite feature in the program is the brand name product library. The wide selection of faux finishes, paints, flooring, blinds, and other materials mean that once you design it and see that you like it, you can go to your local store and buy the exact product in the color you just visualized.
I’d love to try out this software on the new house my husband and I are buying. The master bedroom and nursery are side-by-side, but separated by a wall. We talked about the possibility of putting a door in between the rooms to connect them, but it would be much nicer to put the rooms into the Weekend Project first to see how the end result would look before taking any action.
I haven’t tried this software out yet, but it looks like the wide variety of features would be well worth the small sticker price ($39.99). You can get more info or buy Weekend Project on the Punch website here. If you try it out, let us know what you think about it in the comments below.
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