Our new home build finally done! I’ve loved documenting the entire journey and involving you all in some of my decision making. So far, I’ve shared everything from our kitchen inspiration, home decor mood boards, outdoor patio ideas, affordable Amazon home decor, and MORE!
I’ll be revealing each room once it’s complete in the actual home (I’m so ready for these mockups to come to life)! But I wanted to go ahead and put them all in one place for you all to see. I also have been getting a ton of questions from my readers on Instagram wanting to know how they too can create room mockups of their own!
If you read this post, you know I’m not an interior designer by trade. I am actually far from it! I would love to be able to afford to hire an interior designer one day because I have a lot of respect for what they do, but until then, I’ll be going off of my own style and instinct.
I am a very visual person, so I have to put my ideas on paper to see them come to life. I started creating these mood boards back in November, and then figured out a better way to place the furniture and accessories together.
Professional interior designers use a program called AutoCAD to construct and design a room, but programs like that are expensive and hard to learn.
For your average home owner like myself, I just want to make sure my choices are going to aesthetically look good together in the room, so this FREE option I’m going to show you today is the perfect way to self design your rooms at home.
- Once you find all the products online you want to see in your room mockup, you’ll need to grab a screenshot of them from your computer
- Go to remove.bg and upload your photos. There isn’t a bulk upload option that I know of, so you have to do it one-by-one but it’s really fast
- Go to Canva.com and sign up for a free account
- Create a design with rectangular dimensions (or whatever shape your room is in)
- Upload the .png file that you downloaded from remove.bg
- Drag and drop your items onto the blank canvas and you can start to resize and move items around to create the layout of your room
LIVING ROOM – Click here to view all items in this room
GUEST BEDROOM #2