In 2019, as in 2018, modern furniture styles like Scandinavian and mid-century modern will continue to be popular, along with Art Deco. And, going along with the customization trend, the survey found that no one furniture maker was dominating the industry, with designers instead preferring to source unique pieces.
If you are going to renovate or redecorate this year, you might find some of these apps very convenient. This article was written by 1st dibs editors. No question, I love 1st dibs and love to help our customers to create their unique homes.
From digital mood boarding to virtual consultation, these interior design apps inspire. They source. They even color swatch, walk you through home renovations and allow you preview objects in 3D augmented reality. We’ve picked 17 of the best home decoration apps on the market right now.